The Tacoma Art Museum has selected The Seed Keeper as our January read to further explore the idea of identity and collective healing in indigenous communities. TAM’s new exhibition, On Native Land: Landscapes from the Haub Family Collection, explores land acknowledgments which are used to recognize Indigenous communities and their homelands. The Seed Keeper deepens readers’ understanding of the importance of homecoming, as the generational trauma experienced within the Dakota family of the protagonist presents a microcosm for the larger issues of land and place within Native communities in the Americas and beyond.
Please note that this program will take place virtually via Zoom.
For questions, please contact Kyley Butler, Public Programs Coordinator.