TESTAMENT vocalist and Native American activist Chuck Billy is featured in the Smithsonian's National Museum of the American Indian's new exhibition, "Up Where We Belong: Native Musicians in Popular Culture". The exhibition is located on the National Mall on the second-floor level of the Sealaska Gallery in Washington, D.C. and is open until January 2, 2011.According to a Smithsonian press release, "Up Where We Belong" "tells [Native artists'] stories and histories and provides visitors the opportunity to hear music and discover artists with whom these exceptional musicians collaborated. Visitors will also learn of the musical greats who inspired these artists, as well as the growing number of contemporary performers who follow in their path." Chuck Billy is featured in the "Encore" segment of the exhibition, which includes artists who represent the span of Native achievement in mainstream music over the past half century, according to the Smithsonian. Other musicians featured in this segment are saxophonist Jim Pepper and singer Debora Iyall. Commented Billy, "I'm humbled and proud to be recognized as a Native American contributing to the arts and music." For more information about the "Up Where We Belong: Native Musicians in Popular Culture" exhibition, go to this location.