Snow snake is a game of strength and skill that has been played across many Indigenous communities for centuries.
A print of a sleigh being pulled by a reindeer created by Iñupiaq artist Carl Hank captures a
complicated convergence of histories.
Plains Cree jeweler Erik Lee gains international recognition for his pieces that reflect his culture in silver.
Home to Mi’kma’ki: More than 500 Mi’kmaw Items in the NMAI Collection are Destined for a New Museum in Nova Scotia
More than 500 Mi’kmaw items in the NMAI collection are destined for a new museum in Nova Scotia.
In the Fading Tracks of Caribou: Numbers of an Animal Central to Inuit Culture are Declining Drastically in Parts of Canada
A tribal historic preservation officer talks about his critical but challenging role.
Hunter Karl Michelin holds a caribou antler in his community of Nunatsiavut in Labrador, Canada. He is among the Indigenous people who speak about how the loss of the caribou hunt in his province has impacted his culture in the 2022 film “HERD: Inuit Voices on Caribou.”