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Thlatwa Thlatwa: Indigenous Currents - Portland Art Museum

Thlatwa Thlatwa: Indigenous Currents - Portland Art Museum

Greg Archuleta is joined by Greg Robinson to discuss a Wasco mortar (c. 1800) and other art in the Museum's Native American Art collection for the August 201...

Greg Archuleta is joined by Greg Robinson to discuss a Wasco mortar (c. 1800) and other art in the Museum's Native American Art collection for the August 201...

This fall, the Museum opens its new Center for Contemporary Native Art with an exhibition featuring the work of three contemporary Oregon Native artists: Greg Archuleta, Greg A. Robinson, and Sara Siestreem. These three artists bring forward a strong sense … Continued

This fall, the Museum opens its new Center for Contemporary Native Art with an exhibition featuring the work of three contemporary Oregon Native artists: Greg Archuleta, Greg A. Robinson, and Sara Siestreem. These three artists bring forward a strong sense … Continued

Nicholas Galanin's "Things are Looking Native, Native's Look Whiter," combines an Edward S. Curtis image and a photo of Princess Leia.

Nicholas Galanin's "Things are Looking Native, Native's Look Whiter," combines an Edward S. Curtis image and a photo of Princess Leia.

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Boom Chicka Boom is perfect for brain breaks! Boom Chicka Boom is a wonderful "repeat after me" song and can be used not only as a brain break in the classroom, but in physical education classes to get students moving and having fun. Boom Chicka Boom also highlights another educational skill, phonological awareness (reading skill)! Brain Breaks can be enjoyed in the classroom, physical education classes or at home! Watch Boom Chicka Boom again to really get those wiggles out!

Boom Chicka Boom is perfect for brain breaks! Boom Chicka Boom is a wonderful "repeat after me" song and can be used not only as a brain break in the classroom, but in physical education classes to get students moving and having fun. Boom Chicka Boom also highlights another educational skill, phonological awareness (reading skill)! Brain Breaks can be enjoyed in the classroom, physical education classes or at home! Watch Boom Chicka Boom again to really get those wiggles out!

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