Tag: Smithsonian American Art Museum

<i>Hearts of Our People</i> Represents the Artistic Power of Native Women From Past to Present

Hearts of Our People Represents the Artistic Power of Native Women From Past to Present


Content warning: This article references sexual assault and suicide. On the wall of the Renwick Gallery there is “Sunshine on a Cannibal.” Rectangular canvases placed closely together create a jarring visual of distorted culture. In this piece, Andrea Carlson reexamines the definition of “exotic,” creating one image from the art of various civilizations. In this…

<I>Sights Unseen</I> Exposes the Cracks in the Surveillance State

Sights Unseen Exposes the Cracks in the Surveillance State


The information age has revolutionized the ways humans connect with each other. Most Georgetown students do not remember a time before the emergence of cell phones or the Internet and are accustomed to having access to seemingly limitless information in the palms of their hands at all times. While the technological revolution has certainly had…

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