Located on the same campus as the National Institutes of Health, where scientists conduct cutting-edge medical research, this gallery takes a different path to promote the same mission.

Occupying a focal point in the rotunda gallery of the National Library of Medicine in Bethesda, Maryland, this media installation tells the story of Native peoples’ healing traditions.

This gallery of interactives creates a treasury of first-person accounts of Native medicine in action.

This site supports the exhibit, Native Voices: Native Peoples’ Concepts of Health and Illness, with a wealth of image galleries, an interactive timeline, and educational resources.

As visitors enter the Native Voices gallery, they are greeted with a “Welcome Wall” of media, representing a diversity of perspectives on health.

This cinematic media wall creates a captivating environment for visitors to interact through a fun, surprising, full body experience that reveals stories from around the world.