The voices of six Native speakers welcome people into the gallery in a composed audioscape of indigenous languages. Within the gallery, experiences like Hannah Claus Water Song and What it Means to be Native explore the unique studios, processes, and approaches of contemporary Native artists. At Map of Native America, a large-scale projection overlays the outline of North America with animations and art about the changes in land claims over the past 500 years, celebrating a culture that has survived and continues to flourish.
Interactive digital hubs are placed throughout the galleries. The hubs pair objects and art on display with multiple perspectives from Native scholars, artists, and innovators. The media works thoughtfully and quietly to support the storytelling of a diverse tableau of voices, allowing visitors to connect directly with the stories, culture, and art of Native peoples.