Tomorrow—Saturday, May 16—from 2 to 8 pm EDT, join us at the Digital Abbe Museum Indian Market (AMIM).
This year, our friends at the Abbe Museum in Maine are holding their Indian Market online. Market-goers can meet Native American artists from Maine and throughout the country and learn more about their process and body of work, including work for sale.
In addition to spotlighting artists, Digital AMIM presents performances and educational programming. See the day's schedule and participating artists, performers, and educators at the link.
From 8 to 9 pm, in partnership with the Upstander Project, the Abbe presents a special, online screening of the film "Dear Georgina." Passamaquoddy elder Georgina Sappier-Richardson journeys into an unclear past to better understand herself and her cultural heritage. Learn more and reserve your virtual seat at https://bit.ly/35koFXt
Ways to connect:
Digital AMIM goes live at 2 pm. The event can be viewed through the Zoom platform, on the Abbe’s YouTube channel, or via Facebook Live.
Zoom webinar link: https://bit.ly/2Z3fIAy
Abbe Museum on YouTube: https://bit.ly/3cvxH6z
The Abbe, a museum of Wabanaki art, history, and culture, is a Smithsonian Affiliate. For more on the affiliate program, visit Smithsonian Affiliations.
We are extremely excited about Digital AMIM. The Abbe Museum's mission is ‘Inspiring new learning about the Wabanaki Nations with every visit.’ The health crisis created a situation where the public can't come to visit us, so with Digital AMIM we're bringing our mission into your homes. We invit...