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“First Peace Conference in Tchan-Zâca” unveils that of Jonathan Delachaux in January 2023 in Geneva, Switzerland
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September 10, 2022
INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — The renovated Native American galleries at the Eiteljorg Museum will feature works spanning more than 170 years when they reopen in June. But visitors will not start at the beginning, middle or even end of this period. Instead, they will be greeted by works of art with stories that merge past, present and future.
Hannah Claus’s “Song of Water: peemitanaahkwahki sakaahkweelo,” for example, encapsulates the origin story of Miami residents in a work she created as a 2019 Contemporary Art Fellow at the Eiteljorg. She took photos around their native lands in the Mississinewa and Wabash river regions between Marion, Peru and Wabash.