• Gerald Stone, Crossroads. 2020
    Multiple Horizons
    Native Perspectives at the Crossroads & Tribal Perspectives From the Confluence
    November 05, 2020 — May 02, 2021

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Maureen Self (Mountain Maidu), Coming Home, 2017. Pen-n-ink.

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Multiple Horizons: Native Perspectives at the Crossroads creates space for the local Cultural Arts community to share their perspectives on the cultural landscape of the Sacramento region, inviting the viewer to reflect on their own relationship to the ancestral Nisenan territory the Museum was built on. In collaboration with concept: art + movement, an incubator of Arts and Culture El Dorado, the exhibit features California Indian, Native American, and Indigenous artists, community, and youth. Click here to learn more about the show from some of the participating artists.

Multiple Horizons: Tribal Perspectives From the Confluence is presented by the Shingle Springs Band of Miwok Indians’ (SSBMI) Exhibits and Collections Center in collaboration with the Traditional Ecological Knowledge (TEK) department. Featuring contemporary and cultural arts created by SSBMI Tribal Members and regional Native and Indigenous artists, this exhibition highlights the role of TEK and the relationship of the Nissim Pawenan to the Sacramento and American River watersheds.

Multiple Horizons artists include Shonna Alexander, Gemma Benton, Noixium Berrios, Sarah Biscarra-Dilley, Angel Bryant, Cherish Bryant, Destiny Bryant, Daniel Burnett, Jordan Burkart, River Burkart, Andrew Cabrera, Alexander Calanchini, Jacky Calanchini, Olyvia Calanchini, Sonia Camp, Sharon Campbell, Joe Cervantes, Denise Davis, Malaki DuMarce, Nathan DuMarce, Riley Fonseca, Serenity Fonseca, Elvira Gonzales, Matthew Hayward, Xavior Jimenez, Siranika Johnson, Mahilani Kalihiokalani, Grace Lanouette, Jaime Lanouette, Raymond LeBeau, Viola LeBeau, Lorraine Luna, Meyo Marrufo, Adrian Marruffo, Melissa Melero-Moose, Lozen Miranda-Brightman, Krystal Moreno, Pete Olvera, Sophia Olvera, Stan Padilla, Shanti Parks, Jeremy Peconom, Tahli Pettis, Tomas Pettis, Weh-ay- nic Peyron, Richard Ragudo, Devaney Rain Royalty, Evelyn Romo, Ilima Romo, Daniel M. Sandoval, Maureen Self, Alicia Siu, Kat Solares, Monique Sonoquie, Gerald Stone, Malissa Tayaba, Liz Torres, Alan Wallace, Aliah Williams and Jaden Xiao.


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