The Smithsonian American Women’s History Initiative, Because of Her Story, seeks to deepen our knowledge and appreciation of women’s contributions to American society. Drawing on the Smithsonian’s unique and vast resources, the initiative strives share complete and compelling story of women in America.
In this video Mandy Van Heuvelen, a cultural interpreter coordinator at the National Museum of the American Indian, shares the story of contemporary Native artist Nora Naranjo Morse. Morse, whose artwork draws on traditional Native culture, created the sculptures that sit outside of the museum in Washington, D.C.
Posted: 16 January 2019