Article Date: August 30th, 2011
Category: Exhibits, September 2011
Northwest African American Museum
Now through 10/16/2011
From the Smithsonian comes an important and enlightening exhibition about the intersection of American Indian and African American people and cultures. “IndiVisible: African-Native American Lives” in the Americas explores historical and contemporary stories of peoples and communities whose shared histories are woven into the fabric of American identity, but whose presence has long been invisible to many in the United States. The exhibition sheds light on the dynamics of race and community.
Opening festivities will be held September 4, 11 AM â€“ 6 PM. The Museum is located at 2300 S Massachusetts Street in Seattle. For more information visit www.naamnw.org.