HEARTS OF OUR PEOPLE NATIVE WOMEN ARTISTS OCT 7–JAN 3 Freida Diesing (Haida, 1925–2003). Mask, Old Woman with Labret, 1974. Alderwood, paint, hair, cedar bark, abalone, glass beads, moose hide, and bone or plastic, 13 × 9 ½ × 4 ¾”. Courtesy of the Royal BC Museum, RBCM15057. © Canadian Westcoast Art. Photo: Courtesy of the Royal BC Museum and Archives. Jamie Okuma (Luiseño/ShoshoneBannock, b. 1977). Adaption II, 2012. Shoes designed by Christian Louboutin, leather, glass beads, OKL AHOMA HUMANITIES porcupine quills, sterling silver cones, brass sequins, chicken feathers, cloth, deer rawhide, and buckskin, 8 5/8 × Organized by the Minneapolis Institute of Art, with contributions from Philbrook Museum of Art. This exhibition has been made possible in part by Henry Luce Foundation and National Endowment for the Humanities. 9 3/16 × 3 ¼”. Minneapolis Institute of Art. Bequest of Virginia Doneghy, by exchange 2012.68.1A,B. © 2012 Jamie Okuma