COMMUNITY EVENT. Now at Aurora History Museum is Scenes from “The North American Indian Project.” Containing over 30 photographic prints (from the Curtis Collection at the Library of Congress), the exhibit lets visitors immerse themselves in the work of American photographer Edward Curtis, who devoted over 30 years to capturing Native American culture in the western United States.
Scenes from “The North American Indian Project” will be shown at Aurora History Museum through September 13. The museum is open Tuesday through Friday from 9am-4pm, and Saturday and Sunday from 11am-4pm.
Aurora History Museum is free and open to the public.