Friday, November 11, 2022

Launching NIRMV Legendary Legacies Collection

Curated by NIRMV Director Hassan El-Amin

During Native American Heritage Month, NIRMV acknowledges a legend whose legacy inspired many others.  We salute Edmonia Lewis who was the first sculptor of African American and Native American descent to achieve international recognition. Enjoy these highlights reflecting an amazing life celebrated with a U.S.Postal Service Commemorative Forever Stamp. #NIRMV #CelebratingLegendsAndLegacies #EdmoniaLewis

NIRMV Inspiration for Celebration #2

Curated by NIRMV Director Hassan El-Amin 

Native American Heritage Month Salute

R. Carlos Nakai (of Navajo-Ute heritage) is the world's premier Native American flute performer. Credited as the first ever Native American artist performing traditional solo flute music, Nakai recorded more than 50 albums since his early 1980's debut. "I like this collaborative piece for its ability to fuse ancient instrumentation and melodies with 'contemporary' music, " stated Hassan El-Amin. Enjoy and relax! #NIRMV #CelebratingLegendsAndLegacies

Launching NIRMV Inspiration for Celebration Collection

 Curated by NIRMV Director Hassan El-Amin #CelebratingLegendsAndLegacies


Thursday, November 10, 2022

Check Out This 1-2-3 Inspirational Book Club Selection

Just in time for the holidays, our Enlightening Reads Series is recommending The Santa Claus Girl by Patricia P. Goodin. Read the book, tell us what was memorable about it and celebrate on Zoom with us at a holiday event.