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Mar 17, 2019
1:00 PM to 2:00 PM
Daniel Ramirez, Painter of Indigenous Women
Celebrating Women’s History Month

Museum of Indian Arts and Culture

Ramirez, the creator of The World’s Longest Native American Painting, has worked for more than a decade to create a discovery and educational website for people to recognize Native American Women’s successes and achievements.

The artist will discuss the themes presented in his painting, discuss the research involved, and share the vast learning potentials of this project methodology.

Ramirez’s major goal of the painting project is the research of North America’s Indigenous Tribal Nations so we can better understand and be more aware of the many nations throughout the United States.   His process has been to use art and culture to help viewers discover how Native American women play a very important role in the lives of Native People throughout history and today. 





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