Through more than 100 interviews and colorful, informative banners, the Native Voices traveling exhibition presents a unique collection of perspectives that both educate and inspire visitors.
The Spirit Lake Dakota Nation welcomed the Native Voices traveling exhibition to Cankdeska Cikana Community College in Fort Totten, North Dakota (October 2013).
The opening of the Native Voices traveling exhibition in Anchorage, Alaska (June 2014) was co-hosted by the Southcentral Foundation, Alaska Native Heritage Center, and National Congress of American Indians.
The traveling exhibition opening at The Queen’s Medical Center in Honolulu, Hawaii coincided with the Center’s 155th Heritage Day celebration honoring its founders (July 2014).
The Chickasaw Nation hosted the Native Voices traveling exhibition at a working art studio and gallery in Sulphur, Oklahoma, where Native artists paint, sculpt, and weave (August 2014).
The Native Voices traveling exhibition examines the concepts of health and wellness among contemporary American Indians, Alaskan Natives and Native Hawaiians. Honoring the native tradition of oral history, the exhibition features personal stories from native people across the country.