The 2008 Expressions traveling displays present the perspectives of Apsaalooke Crow and Northern Cheyenne tribal members who are striving to retain their tribal heritage.  These exhibits, entitled Tsistsistas and Suhtaio: Expressions of Northern Cheyenne People and The Apsaalooke: Expressions of Crow People, expand upon the historical perspectives and include beautiful portraits and written excerpts from tribal member essays.

In these two engaging exhibits, 12 members from each tribe were asked in 2008 to comment upon what it means to be a Crow or Northern Cheyenne in today’s world and the futures they envision for their respective tribes.  They were asked to discuss challenges they face as American Indians and how they have overcome those challenges.