The Museum is pleased to continue a partnership with the Indigenous Film and Arts Festival for this evening of selected short films. Experience indigenous cultures from around the world, including Ethiopia, New Zealand and closer to home. Following the film screenings, join a Q&A discussion with Crow architect Daniel Glenn, then enjoy a cookies & coffee reception.
- Framing the Other (Mursi, Ethiopia)
- Utility Baskets by Henry Arquette Atsienhanonne (Akwesasne from Mohawk)
- To Feel the Earth: Moccasins in the Southwest
- Hawaikii (Aotearoa)
- Architectural Shorts featuring Crow architect Daniel Glenn: Good Earth Lodges (Puyallup Tribe of Indians) and Place of Hidden Waters (Apsaalooke (Crow) Tribe)
This is the first event of the festival, which is presented by the International Institute for Indigenous Resource Management (www.iiirm.org).