Live Events Back at American Indian Museum

Detail from "Umine Dance," 1958, by Oscar Howe. Garth Greenan Gallery, New York

Beginning in June, free in-person events are back at the National Museum of the American Indian, 1 Bowling Green. There will be a Native Sounds Downtown Concert featuring the jazz ensemble D’DAT, an art talk and panel discussion on the innovative art of Native American painter Oscar Howe, and a screening of the film “Bootlegger,” followed by a conversation with the director. Go here for more information and a full schedule of activities.