Michael Naranjo, a blind Native American sculptor and Vietnam War veteran, is visiting the museum to touch The End of the Trail. Naranjo will use his sense of touch to experience the larger-than-life plaster sculpture James Earle Fraser created in 1915 depicting a Native American warrior slumped over his weary horse. The experience will be filmed as part of a documentary being produced on Naranjo's life and career titled Dream Touch Believe. Event schedule: 10 - 11:30 a.m. - The End of the Trail and Michael Naranjo Visitors are invited to watch Michael Naranjo experience The End of the Trail through touch. 1 p.m. - Panel Discussion Visitors are invited to a panel discussion with Michael and Laurie Naranjo (Michael's wife), as well Jenna Winters (Michael's daughter) and Bill Stengel, who are producing the documentary. The panel discussion will cover Michael's career, his experiences touching The End of the Trail and other major art pieces and the Dream Touch Believe documentary. 10 a.m. - 2 p.m. - Touchable Art Experience A sampling of Naranjo sculptures, as well as other touchable pieces from the Museum's collection, will be on display throughout the day for visitors to experience through touch. Visitors can also view a trailer for Dream Touch Believe in the museum theater.