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The Burke Museum is excited to announce grant applications are open for Native artists to visit the museum’s cultural collections.
October 11 is a day of honor for the Indigenous people of this land.
Learn how three Burke Museum staff members celebrate Latinx Heritage Month and how their culture influences their work and home life.
Please join us for an afternoon of fun activities, including information on local and global archaeology, activities such as making your own Roman tablet, flint knapping, and more!
Burke Museum Tribal Liaison and Yakama Nation member Polly Olsen shares the work and relationships involved in creating land acknowledgements.
This talk considers the complexities of the New Deal program and highlights several poles restored by the Civilian Conservation Corps.
A free webinar on the state of contemporary Native art and the issues involved in ethical curation.
Makah artist Alexander Swiftwater McCarty will discuss how the Ozette village artifacts influence his work as a contemporary Native artist and carver.
Join Tony A. (naschio) Johnson (Chinook) as he tells the stories represented in his art installation, Guests from the Great River.
Host your one-of-a-kind gathering at the Burke Museum and give your guests an experience they'll never forget.
Experience even more. A membership pays for itself in 3 visits!
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