Cherokee National Treasure Anna Sixkiller has worked with the Cherokee language for decades.
“Eddie Morrison: Carved From Strength” opened March 2 and will run until May 1.
Cherokee Nation Treasure Anna Belle Sixkiller Mitchell is a self-taught potter who revitalized traditional Southeastern-style pottery.
Narcissa Chisholm Owen loved her people, the arts and music.
Each artist receives a $25,000 unrestricted grant, and the museum expects to purchase more than $100,000 of their artworks to add to its colle…
Monica Buckle’s family helped instill a love for Cherokee tradition.
Over time, the name has proven to be fitting as the Cherokee Phoenix has been reborn numerous times.
Vision Maker Media’s mission has been about empowering and engaging Native people to share their stories.
Cherokee National Treasure Vivian Garner Cottrell will demonstrate how Cherokee people gather and process river cane to make baskets on Feb. 2…
Emma Washee-Gutierrez started her business “Beadwork by Emma” in 2018.
Ownership of the Cherokee Heritage Center was transferred to the tribe in 2020.
The Doris Duke Charitable Foundation�says it has awarded more than $1.6 million to help with the translation, transcription and indexing of th…
The Cherokee Nation's film department launched in January 2019.
Illustrator Michaela Goade is the first Native American to win the Randolph Caldecott Medal for best children's picture story.
The Sundance Film Festival runs from Jan. 28 to Feb. 2.
A live virtual lecture at 2 p.m., Friday, Feb.12 will explore both Union and Confederate strategies, logistical hurdles and key engagements of…
Cherokee National Treasure Jane Osti will host the online production at 11 a.m. on Facebook Live via the Gilcrease Museum.
Ann Hooper, who makes custom shirts and decals, is the latest Cherokee Phoenix quarterly artist.
The grand prize winner will get a $100 gift card and his or her design on a youth T-shirt available for purchase at the 2021 Cherokee National…
The government is planning to sell the vast warehouse under a law aimed at unloading excess federal property.
The book, for ages 7-11, traces Mary Golda Ross's journey from being the only girl in her high school math class to becoming an accomplished e…
The virtual market is open to the public until Dec. 21.
Native American tribes and advocates condemn the ABC drama for ignoring the violence inflicted on Indigenous women.
The office is honored with the Hamilton Community Leadership Award.
Its inaugural members are Victoria Vazquez, Jane Osti, Jack Baker, Catherine Foreman Gray, Dawni Squirrel and Tommy Wildcat.
The project is part of the Cherokee language revitalization and preservation efforts.
The exhibit is open until Jan. 2 at the Cherokee National History Museum in Tahlequah.
The Cherokee language-based show is also nominated for the "Achievement in Animation Award" at LA Skins Fest.