March 26, 2014, through June 15, 2014
Native American Art from the Hood Museum of Art’s Collection



Exhibition, Albright


This gallery presents a selection of contemporary and traditional Native American art in conjunction with Vera Palmer’s course Perspectives in Native American Studies. Vera Palmer frequently discusses many of these objects with her students to underscore the multiple forms of expression employed by Native American artists. Many of these works provide an opportunity to explore issues of identity, education, assimilation, and violence.

This exhibition was organized by the Hood Museum of Art, Dartmouth College, and was generously support by the Harrington Gallery Fund.

Exhibition Curator

Amelia Kahl

Additional Information

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Exhibition subject: Native AmericaTeaching Exhibition