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Oregon museums showcase Native American art, culture and even running to highlight Indigenous experience

Jordan Marie Brings Three White Horses Daniel is a professional runner who has set her sights on the 2024 Olympic Trials marathon.

But she doesn’t run for the paycheck or international fame.

“Running is an integral part of our culture,” she told The Oregonian/OregonLive. “It’s part of how we express ourselves.”

For Daniel, who describes herself as a “proud Lakota winyan,” it’s also a way to raise visibility of Indigenous people and the issues important to them. At the 2019 Boston Marathon, she dedicated each mile to a missing or murdered Indigenous woman or girl, highlighting a shocking, ongoing “epidemic” in Native communities that rarely gets media attention.

“Having our story and history told is really important — it’s important for non-Indigenous people to hear and see us,” she says. “We need allies.”

Bend’s High Desert Museum is telling some of those stories, including Daniel’s, in a unique exhibit called

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Fossils to Falls: Experience local art and culture at the Yosemite Gateway Art Center

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Madera County is the gateway to one of California’s most beautiful treasures – Yosemite. So many people just drive through Madera County passing the chance to experience true California culture and tradition.

On the Fossils to Falls Road Trip brought to you by Visit Yosemite Madera County, you’ll get to take in Central California tradition from history to agriculture all on one epic road trip.

In this edition of the Fossils to Falls Road Trip on CVT were at the Yosemite Gateway Art Center.

This center has been around for 30 years in various names and forms. Now it’s a collection of five art galleries. The director Jon Bock is preserving and nurturing the art community in the areas surrounding Yosemite.

Their upcoming event, Sierra Art Trails, is a one-of-a-kind

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Miami Beach Invites Art Aficionados to Experience the City’s Bustling Arts & Culture Scene This Spring | News

MIAMI BEACH, Fla., May 10, 2021 /PRNewswire/ — Miami Beach, a city like no other place in the world, is inviting travelers and art enthusiasts to take a step back from day-to-day stresses, headlines, and routines and experience the city’s extensive arts and culture offerings this spring. From Art Deco-themed hotels to world-renowned museums and art installations, Miami Beach is the picture-perfect option for a socially distanced getaway or staycation to celebrate the arts.

Miami Beach’s rich architectural history allows visitors and locals to escape to a bygone era filled with colorful buildings and décor elements of the early 1920s and 1930s. Impressive modern art pieces by living art world legends also populate our public spaces,” says Steve Adkins, Chair, the Miami Beach Visitor and Convention Authority (MBVCA). “We’re inviting travelers and art lovers to see the world through a kaleidoscope of art and culture and

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Immersive Van Gogh Experience Cleveland info

CLEVELAND — Editor’s note: the video in the player above is from a story published by WKYC’s sister station, KHOU. 

Looking for something fun to do this year in Cleveland? We have something you will definitely want to “Van Gogh” to!

The Immersive Van Gogh Exhibit is coming to Northeast Ohio and bringing art and culture with it. 

“From creators of the blockbuster exhibit seen by over 2 million visitors in Paris and after a sold-out run in Toronto, the Immersive Van Gogh Exhibit makes its mark at a historic venue in the heart of Cleveland,” the Van Gogh Exhibit website says.

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The dates for the exhibit have yet to be announced, but the art exhibitions website says that it will arrive in Northeast Ohio sometime soon. 

“Lose yourself in 500,000 cubic feet of monumental projections animating Vincent van Gogh’s

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