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Native American Projects

Join us in celebrating the artistic heritage and vibrant creativity of Native American peoples. Whether you're here to learn, explore, or be inspired, our Native American Contemporary Art and Craft Projects offers a gateway to a deeper connection with the rich tapestry of modern Native American artistry. Our curated exhibits that showcase significant works from contemporary Native American artists and craftsmen. Each exhibit provides a unique perspective on the techniques, stories, and cultural contexts that shape the modern expressions of Native American art.
    Native American Art Projects    
  Sustained Resilience   Native American Artists   Indigenous  
      Art from the Collection      

Land Acknowledgement

  We take this time to recognize and respect the Indigenous peoples who have existed on this land since time immemorial. We honor the generations that have gone before as well as the present-day Gabrielino-Tongva people as the traditional caretakers of Tovaangar which includes the area we now call Pomona. With humility, we recognize and respect all Indigenous peoples, their histories, and their ties to the land. All of California is Indian land. Unfortunately, the legacy of genocide has contributed to the erasure of California Indian people throughout the state. We also recognize the Chumash, Tataviam, Serrano, Cahuilla, Juaneño, Luiseño, Kuupangaxwichem/Cupeño, Kumeyaay and Ipai people for the land that occupies Southern California. Non-Tribal land throughout the state of California is unceded territory. By acknowledging the Indigenous people who have survived, despite extreme adversity, we respect and honor their strength.  


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