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Witness the power of the natural world within 14 featured landscape paintings in TAM’s recent exhibition opening, On Native Land: Landscapes from the Haub Family Collection.

The interactive exhibit explores the topic of land acknowledgement while recognizing the homelands of over 75 Native American communities represented within the paintings. 

Accompanying literature, videos, and QR codes connect guests to information about the works, allowing a better understanding of both the land and its cultural history. In many cases, through the eyes and spoken words of Native Americans whose lands are shown in the compositions. 

“We invite visitors to learn and share with us about land ownership, treaty rights, reservations, and Indigenous place names while considering the history of the land,” Faith Brower, Haub curator of Western Art, said in a release. “By connecting with members of the tribes who homelands are depicted in On Native Land, my hope is to learn more about how these places remain vital and meaningful to Native American communities today.”

The exhibition will be on display through 2023.

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