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|Exhibit Show Dates: August 8 - January 31|
This collection of historical photographs, on loan from the West Sacramento Historical Society, honors the first families - Native Americans - who lived, worked and raised their families in what is know known as West Sacramento.
|“Traditional Arts of Jeremy Peconom, Mountain Maidu Artist" |
Exhibit Show Dates: August 6 – January 6
Jeremy Peconom is a local Mountain Maidu artist who has created an amazing collection of tools, weapons and regalia made in the traditional ways he learned from his elders.
|Exhibit Show Dates: July 10 through August 28, 2013 |
Charley Burns is a Yurok Indian artist of the Klamath River area. The exhibit “Ancient Times” is a collection of pen and ink drawings showing his love for nature and curiosity for life.
|Exhibit Show Dates: June 7 - July 27|
This multimedia exhibit includes paintings, poems, songs and photographs about Coyote from 17 different Native American artists.
|Parks, Recreation & Libraries locations will be closing early on Christmas Eve and the majority of the locations will remain closed through January 1, reopening on Thursday, January 2.|
The Roseville Sports Center and Martha Riley Community Library will be open modified hours during the holiday break. The Climbing Wall at the Roseville Sports Center has expanded hours. As always, parks are open sunrise-one hour after sunset.
|Exhibit Show Dates: September 10 - October 26|
L. Frank Manriquez (Tongva/Ajachmem) is a Native California Indian artist, writer and tribal scholar. This collection includes many of her dramatic photographs, large collages of digital prints and colorful paintings.
|"Traditions Learned Through Time” by artist Billy Hawk Enos and “Artwork by Winema Marie Suehead”|
Exhibit Show Dates: May 6, 2013 - June 25, 2013.
|Our Stories: Judith Lowry’s Artistic Reflections on Native California|
Exhibit Show Dates: February 16 - May 31, 2013
The exhibit “Our Stories” is a collection of vibrant, large scale narratives that Judith Lowry painted over the past 20 years. Her themes include family stories, California Native oral traditions, pop culture, women’s roles, and politics. She uses symbols inspired by her California Indian roots, mixing her family histories with important oral histories.
Exhibit Dates: April 8 – April 30
Artwork from young artists ages 5-18 from the United Auburn Indian Community and the Sierra Native Alliance will be on display.
|Exhibit Show Dates: April 20-June 14.|
Artists Patricia Mills and Michael Rowden d'Portola were so moved by the tragedy of the Northern California Modoc War of 1873, they felt compelled to paint this large scale piece.
Artistic Expression of Maidu Legends & History
by Frank Day (Ly-dam-lilly), Maidu Indian Artist, Historian & Storyteller.
Traditional Maidu Primitive Arts
by Jeremy Peconom, Maidu Indian Artist
Exhibits in both the Zents Gallery and the Indigenous Gallery
Show Dates: September 15, 2012 - January 19, 2013
|Through news articles, photography and objects from the museum’s collection, learn about the foundation of the Maidu Museum and the important role Myron Zents played in preserving this historic site. Exhibition May 19-September 8.|
|This traveling exhibit, organized by the Grace Hudson Museum & Sun House in Ukiah explored traditional hunting, collecting, food preparation and food preservation by California Indian cultures from all regions of California. |
View this and other exhibits during open hours.
|Past Exhibit: Showcasing the colorful artwork of Native American Children ages 5-18 from the American Education Program of the Sacramento City Unified School District. Show Dates: September 20, 2010 - March 31, 2011.|
|Past Exhibit: Featuring three generations of weavers, their baskets, their lives and the artistry of their creations. Show dates: September 18, 2010 through July 31, 2011|
|Past Exhibit: This multi-media exhibition was based on work created for the book, The Dirt Is Red Here, showcasing California Indian stories, songs and dances in the form of poetry, paintings, baskets, photographs, and sculpture.|
|Charley Burns, Yurok, art show Designs from Nature was on exhibit at the Maidu Interpretive Center September 2009 through December 2009. Charley is an active dancer and singer in the native community and continues to express his culture through his artwork.|
|Past Exhibit: Native California was perhaps the most densely and diversely populated area of North America, and the varieties of sacred expressions on rock are equally rich. Explore the beauty, mystery, and diversity of California's rock art. Petroglyph rubbings, rock art video and a rock art scavenger hunt create a family friendly visit.|
|Past Exhibit: View the gold rush through Native eyes. The discovery of gold put the Central California foothills on the national map, but what about its Native inhabitants?|
|Past Exhibit: The exhibit explored California geology from the dramatic formation of our mountains, rivers and landscape to the many uses the earliest inhabitants had for the stones they found around them.|