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The Bell Museum, Between Earth and Sky: Indigenous Star Lessons from Turtle Island

Weisman Art Museum

Visitors soar through the cosmos in the ExploraDome. Photo courtesy of the Bell Museum of Natural History.

Between Earth and Sky: Indigenous Star Lessons from Turtle Island

Throughout human history, cultures around the world have been applying the latest version of “cutting edge technology” to explain and explore scientific phenomena. Using the technology of the ExploraDome program, Dakota science educator Jim Rock will take us on a comprehensive journey of the night sky as the indigenous people of Minnesota see and understand it.

Located at the Weisman Art Museum in the Shepherd Room

Presented by the Bell Museum of Natural History with support from Gary Smaby. The Bell Museum is part of the University of Minnesota’s College of Food, Agricultural, and Natural Resource Sciences.