Museum, Tribes, Lonewolf
Saturday, September 18, 2004
Kurt Andersen talks with writer Sherman Alexie about being a Native American artist. We’ll explore the National Museum of the American Indian, just days before its grand opening on the National Mall. A traditional potter from New Mexico works with civil engineers to design native symbols on a grand scale. And we hear Native photographers on the legacy of Edward Curtis, whose nostalgic portraits of Indians still stir controversy.