E. India Sq
Salem, Massachusetts 01970

'Intersections: Native American Art in a New Light' is drawn primarily from the museum's extensive Native American collections and features more than 70 works, including never-before-seen objects, such as a 17th century bejeweled Incan dance crown and a David Bradley monoprint (2000). In addition to beadwork, textiles, ceramics, and drawings, the exhibition includes paintings and an installation by Nora Naranjo-Morse (Santa Clara Pueblo). Diverse cultures--from the Penobscot in the Northeast and Haida of British Columbia, to the Pueblos of the American Southwest and Incas of Peru--are represented.

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