Abbe Museum Online Event - Digital AMIM

22 Apr 2020 11:53 AM | Anonymous

Join us for Digital AMIM on Saturday, May 16 from 2 to 8 pm (EST)! 

The Abbe is bringing it's annual Abbe Museum Indian Market to a virtual stage. Digital AMIM will be a one-day online event scheduled from 2-8 pm on Saturday, May 16, 2020. Event-goers will have the chance to meet some of the 2020 Abbe Museum Indian Market artists, learning more about them, their process, and their body of work. Allowing artists to connect directly with the community to educate and also sell their wares. In addition to spotlighting artists, Digital AMIM will include performances (ranging from dancers to singers, and everything in between) and educational programming. At the end of the evening, there will also be a film screening and panel discussion.

“We are extremely excited about Digital AMIM. The Abbe Museum's mission is ‘Inspiring new learning about the Wabanaki Nations with every visit.’ The health crisis created a situation where the public can't come to visit us, so with Digital AMIM we're bringing our mission into your homes. We invite you to join us throughout the event both to support the AMIM artists and engage in the opportunity to learn about Native arts from the artists themselves.” - Chris Newell, Executive Director & Senior Partner to Wabanaki Nations

Learn more about Digital AMIM and meet the artists here > 

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