The Portland Museum of Art is hosting an online conversation based on the recent exhibition “Mythmakers: The Art of Winslow Homer and Frederic Remington.” James Francis, the Penobscot Nation’s director of cultural and historic preservation, and Darren Ranco, associate professor of anthropology and chair of Native American programs at the University of Maine, discuss the depictions of Indigenous people in Homer’s and Remington’s work as well as the layers of meaning and implications behind them. Visit vimeo.com/490795455 to view the conversation.