The Holland Museum is rolling out a new exhibit.
The exhibit “Contemporary Portraits of Native Americans by James Cook” will be on view beginning Friday, February 4 at the museum at 31 W. 10th St.
The exhibit features a collection of 25 color photographs by Cook that depict modern histories of Native American families and traditions.
“We are thrilled to present this important work by Saugatuck photographer James Cook,” said Ricki Levine, the museum’s executive director.
The exhibition will be visible until Monday, June 20.
There will also be virtual programs such as:
Artist Talk: Contemporary Portraits of Native Americans by James Cook – Part 1 of 2
- Cook will discuss his work featuring Native Americans from across the country from 7-8:30 p.m. on Thursday, February 10.
Artist Talk: Contemporary Portraits of Native Americans by James Cook – Part 2 of 2
- Cook will talk about his photographic career focusing on his photo documentary at Wounded Knee and other works from 7-8:30 p.m. on Thursday, February 24.
Anishinaabe Family Traditions Connect Us to Our Environment: Sugarbush Season
- Elizabeth Chivis (Whitepigeon), Eagle Clan of the Potawatomi and Chippewa Nations, and a citizen of the Saginaw Chippewa Indian Tribe, will discuss Anishinaabe history from 7-8:30 p.m. Thursday, March 31.
More information is available here.