Live Performance with Many Nations
Exhibit Related Program
In conjunction with the Native Voices, join Many Nations Singers in the Art Studio as they share some of the stories and social dances that people would see at many native gatherings and powwows across the US.
Many Nations Singers is a Native American drum group of families representing some of the diverse nations of this land, including Seneca, Cherokee, Aztec, Tuscarora, Lumbee, Kiowa Apache, Ute, and Seminole tribes. They share and celebrate Native American culture through song, stories, and dancing.
- 1:00 - 1:30 pm
- 1:45 - 2:00 pm: Pre-show Touch Tour*
- 2:00 - 2:30 pm**
*A pre-show touch tour is offered for children, adults, or groups who are blind or have low-vision for a better understanding of the performance or presentation. This interactive pre-show tour allows visitors to touch portions of the scenery, props, and costumes as well as listen to the presenters describe their artifacts and appearance.
**Audio Description is available at this performance! RSVP to email@example.com or 412.322.5058 x234.
Future Native Voices Programming:
- January 6, 2019: Storytelling with the Council of Three Rivers American Indian Center
Native Voices is an exhibit that explores the lives of five Native American tribes in New England through hands-on exploration including artifacts, photos, music and many activities as you learn how these resilient cultures carefully balance traditional practice with life in the modern world. Now on view until January 6, 2019.
This exhibit was created by the Boston Children's Museum and underwritten by the Association of Children’s Museums and The Freeman Foundation. All underlying materials, including all artwork and the use of Native Voices characters are used with permission of Boston Children’s Museum. Native Voices: New England Tribal Families is sponsored nationally by the National Endowment for the Humanities™ and Ocean Spray.