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      February 19, 2019

      Tuesday   1:00 PM

      30 North Carroll Street
      Madison, Wisconsin 53703

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      American Indian Engagement For The New Museum: Madison

      Walking Together in a Good Way: American Indian Engagement For The New Museum Please note: The purpose of this event is to seek input from American Indians in the greater Madison area. This event is free. Advanced registration is preferred. Enjoy coffee and refreshments and discuss plans for a new state history museum on Capitol Square in Madison. This opportunity marks the beginning of an ongoing effort to engage Wisconsin's tribal communities in a dialogue regarding American Indian representation in the museum, including content, programming, and partnerships during the development of the museum and beyond. The program includes a short presentation, followed by a discussion with Cybelle Jones, principal and executive director for Gallagher & Associates, an internationally recognized Washington D.C. based museum design firm. Free admission to the current museum is also included.  Miigwech to our partners! The Wisconsin Historical Society acknowledges the Ho-Chunk Nation as the original stewards of Dejope, now known as Madison, and recognizes the Ho-Chunk Nation's continued presence in this space for more than 12,000 years. 

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