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Indigenous Art Showcase in Portland

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Four figures in a boat over the image of a large round, white face, over a background of black and blue shapes.
November is Native American Heritage Month
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To celebrate Native American Heritage Month this November, the City of Portland Tribal Relations Program is partnering with Indigenous storytelling collective INDÍGENA to showcase Indigenous portraits around the city. The Tribal Relations Program has worked with the City Arts Program, Regional Arts and Culture Council, and Multnomah County to create visibility for Native American people by showcasing portraits of local community members.

The portraits can be found at the following locations, with more locations coming soon. A map of all the locations will soon be available here.

  • RACC Building - 411 NW Park Ave, Portland
  • Metro Regional Center - 600 NE Grand Avenue, Portland
  • County Elections Office - 1040 SE Morrison St, Portland, OR 97214
  • Central Courthouse - 1200 SW 1st Ave, Portland, OR 97204 (1st Ave. next to entrance)
  • NE Health Center/Walnut Park - 5329 NE Martin Luther King Jr Blvd (Martin Luther King Jr. St. side)

Explore more than 100 Indigenous artworks in the City of Portland and Multnomah County public art collections, all created by Native artists and managed by the Regional Arts & Culture Council.