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By: Sophia Holt-Wilson, Eiteljorg Marketing and Communications Intern As my internship with the Eiteljorg comes to a close, I am reflecting on all that I have learned and accomplished during this whirlwind of a semester. As a junior in the Media School at Indiana University seeking...

By: Liz Ale, Collections Assistant [video width="480" height="270" mp4="https://eiteljorg.org/wp-content/uploads/2020/05/2020-01-16-15.54.11.mp4"][/video] As a member of the Eiteljorg Museum’s Collections Department, my main responsibility is caring for the items in the collection. The idea of “care” can vary across cultures and contexts. For example, caring for your grandfather’s World War...

[caption id="attachment_6613" align="alignright" width="376"] La Marr Easter with friend Vicky Ko. The two became friends as a result of the purchase of La Marr’s favorite piece at the Eiteljorg, The Golden Mountain, Arriving San Francisco, 1865 by Mian Situ.[/caption] By Sophia Holt-Wilson, Eiteljorg Marketing and Communications...

By: Sophia Holt-Wilson, Eiteljorg Marketing and Communications Intern [caption id="attachment_6611" align="alignright" width="364"] Rebekah Ryan with Okanagan IV by Joe Feddersen (Confederated Tribes of the Colville, born 1953), an installation piece in last year’s Sense of Beauty exhibition.[/caption] Rebekah Ryan is the Collections Manager at the Eiteljorg. She...

Results of assessments of artworks and audiences will guide planning INDIANAPOLIS – The Eiteljorg Museum of American Indians and Western Art received some important recognition recently when it was accepted into two prestigious national programs, the Museum Assessment Program (MAP) and the Collections Assessment for...

By: Sophia Holt-Wilson, Eiteljorg Marketing and Communications Intern [caption id="attachment_6602" align="alignright" width="371"] Charles Hill with friend and past Indian Market and Festival artist Veronica Benally[/caption] Charles Hill is the assistant manager of guest services at the Eiteljorg. He oversees the daily operation of the admissions desk, sells...

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