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March 11, 2005

Through April 4

  • Exhibit, "Indegenous Continuity In Spite of the Legacy of Lewis and Clark," traditional shields, weapons, horse masks and effigies, and contemporary prints, Wallace "Butch" Thunderhawk, Hunkpapa Nation, Gallery, MU.

Wednesday, March 30

  • 8 p.m., Performance, music and storytelling, Jack Gladstone, Blackfeet Nation, singer/storyteller, signing follows, Gallery, MU.

Thursday, March 31

  • 8 p.m., Lecture, Lewis and Clark: Confluence of Time and Courage, narrator, Jack Gladstone, reception follows, Campanile Room, MU.

Friday April 1

  • 8 p.m., Lecture, "Then and Now," Richard Thompson Memorial Speaker, Darrell Martin, Gros Ventre Nation, National Park Service American Indian liaison for the Lewis and Clark National Historic Trail, reception follows, Great Hall, MU.
  • 3-5 p.m., Exhibit gallery talk, Wallace "Butch" Thunderhawk, reception follows, Gallery, MU.

Saturday April 2

  • 9-11 a.m., Film, The Salish/Pend d'Oreille Meet Lewis and Clark Pageant, commentary and discussion follows, Gallery, MU.
  • 9-11 a.m., Family program, interactive events geared toward a younger audience, storytelling by Jack Gladstone, 244 and 246 MU.
  • 1 and 7 p.m., PowWow, host drum: Iron Bull Singers, Mandan Nation; men's head dancer: Kendall Little Owl, Mandan Nation; women's head dancer: Michaela Saunders, Odawa Nation; Forker gym.

American Indian Symposium

March 30-April 2

"Cultures in Contact/Cultures in Conflict: Native Perspectives"

4-4026 or 4-6338