History, Art & Culture

Indigenous Peoples’ Day

Joining communities across the state to celebrate the history and culture of Indigenous Peoples.

October 11 is Indigenous Peoples’ Day, and November is Native American Heritage Month, and we are proud to join communities across the state to celebrate the history, cultures and contributions of Indigenous PeopleJoin us for events that highlight the beauty, and traditions of the many Indigenous cultures and people living in Massachusetts.

Jeffrey Gibson: Because Once You Enter My House, It Becomes Our House Located: deCordova Sculpture Park and Museum
Lincoln, MA Ongoing Exhibit

Self Guided First People Walk Located: Francis William Bird Park, Walpole, MA Daily

Echoes in Time: New Interpretations of the Fruitlands Museum Collection Located: Fruitlands Museum
Harvard, MAOngoing Exhibit

Indigenous Plant Walk with Silvermoon LaRoseLocated: Eleanor Cabot Bradley Estate
Canton, MASaturday, October 9

Salt Marsh Science and Indigenous KnowledgeLocated: Crane Wildlife Refuge, Ipswich MA Monday, October 11

Indigenous Artists in Conversation: Gregg Deal and George Longfish Located: Fruitlands Museum
Harvard, MA Sunday, October 17

Jeffrey Gibson: INFINITE INDIGENOUS QUEER LOVE Located: deCordova Sculpture Park and Museum
Lincoln, MA Opens October 17

Guided Tour of Jeffrey Gibson: INFINITE INDIGENOUS QUEER LOVE Located: deCordova Sculpture Park and Museum
Lincoln, MA Thursday, October 21

 

More on Indigenous Peoples' History at Trustees Properties