Autry Museum Outreach Event
A Tribal and Native American Outreach Event for the future California Indian Heritage Center
Free Admission with Advance Registration
About the Outreach Event
Join us for a special event to discuss the future California Indian Heritage Center. We’ll provide dinner and have a raffle at the end, including the prized CIHC Acorn Blanket, as a thank you for joining us.
4:00 – 5:00
- Visit the galleries
- Short films viewing: Saging the World, and Cara Romero: Following the Light
5:00 – 7:00
- Outreach workshop
- Welcome, Blessing & Cultural acknowledgement
- Presentation about the future California Indian Heritage Center
- Input from participants
- Raffle of CIHC Acorn Blanket
*Throughout the event the CIHC Acorn Coloring Artbook coloring table will be open for coloring. Click HERE to download the coloring art book pages in advance.
Film Screenings Before the Outreach Event:
Saging the World is a short documentary highlighting the ecological and cultural issues regarding the overharvesting of sacred white sage.
Cara Romero: Following the Light is a half-hour documentary on contemporary fine art photographer and Chemehuevi citizen Cara Romero whose work captures Indigenous and non-Indigenous cultural memory, collective history, and lived experiences from a Native American female perspective.
About the CIHC Project and Outreach Initiative
The California Indian Heritage Center (CIHC) is being developed to represent all California Tribes and Indian people. As part of the design process, the project team is seeking opinions and ideas from Tribal communities and Native American people from across the state. To learn more about the California Indian Heritage Center visit their website.
For questions about the event contact the CIHC Outreach Initiative team via firstname.lastname@example.org or 808.339.5954.
4700 Western Heritage Way
Los Angeles, CA 90027