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Choctaw Days Cultural Festival at National Museum of the American Indian
Choctaw Days is returning to the Smithsonian’s National Museum of the American Indian in Washington, D.C., for its third straight year...
Art's Schimmel Sisters: Contemporary Native Artwork From Umatilla
Crow’s Shadow Institute of the Arts is housed within the historic St...
Southwestern Association for Indian Arts Honors Three Native Artists
The Southwestern Association for Indian Arts will honor three Native arists with the Lifetime Achievement and the Pov’ika Award on June 27 at the Historic Hilton of Santa Fe, New M...
Renowned Artist Donald Vann, Two Other Veterans Honored by Cherokees
The Cherokee Nation honored three veterans, including renowned Indian artist Donald Vann and two Iraq War veterans, with the Cherokee Medal of Patriotism at its June Tribal Council...
Photos: Native Hawaiians Honor and Celebrate King Kamehameha
Lei draping ceremonies, parades and other festivities June 7-9 honored the legacy of King Kamehameha, who in 1795 was responsible for unifying the Hawaiian Islands...
There's Something for Everyone at Annual Muscogee (Creek) Festival
“Everyone is invited to celebrate at the 39th Annual Muscogee (Creek) Nation Festival,” welcomes Muscogee (Creek) Principal Chief George Tiger...
Five Videos to Make You Feel Like You're at Red Earth Festival
Oklahoma City will again be pulsing with the vibrant sights and sounds of the Red Earth Native American Cultural Festival , the grand celebration of Indigenous Peoples cultures, to...
Sharing Traditions Exhibit in Yosemite Showcases Native American Basketry
This summer, go to Yosemite National Park for the spectacular natural beauty, but stick around for a splendid new exhibition of Native American basket-making, Sharing Traditions...
Celebrate Indian Country at Red Earth Native American Cultural Festival
When the 27th Annual Red Earth Native American Cultural Festival is held at the Cox Convention Center June 7-9 in downtown Oklahoma City, more than 1,200 American Indian artists an...
Native American Crafts for Kids at Mitchell Museum During Summer Break
The Mitchell Museum of the American Indian in Evanston, Illinois will offer special activities for youngsters June 11-14 during the first week of summer break for students in Evans...
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