The Institute of Museum and Library Services announced the award of 21 grants in its Native American/Native Hawaiian support program.

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The Institute of Museum and Library Services announced the award of 21 grants in its Native American/Native Hawaiian support program. The Crow Tribe of Montana was awarded one, and WOLF Consulting will facilitate the strategic planning for the project. Here is the project description:

The Crow Tribe will launch a strategic planning initiative to guide the development of a cultural center on the campus of Little Big Horn College in Crow Agency, MT. A master planner and an architect will lead the process, and each stage¬†will involve students, faculty and staff, Crow community members, and other interested parties through surveys and community meetings. Beyond stakeholders’ input, rotating members of the planning committee will visit four cultural centers to see first-hand how other indigenous communities have developed their cultural centers. The work team will use the accumulated data to guide the production of a strategic plan and the final concept plan. The cultural center will serve as an access point along with the tribal library and archives to perpetuate Crow culture and history through rotating displays and cultural activities on a regular basis. http://lib.lbhc.edu/index.php?

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Arthur H. Wolf dedicated his first career to curatorial and institutional leadership at important regional museums in the Western U.S. including the Museum of the Rockies and The High Desert Museum. He was deeply involved in all aspects of planning, collecting, interpreting, fund raising and building high quality facilities, exhibits and programs, and many of his institutions have been recognized for their excellence and accessibility to audiences of all cultures and ages. In 2004 he created WOLF Consulting based on his 25+ years of experience and service as a respected and trusted museum leader.