Visitors to the Ballenger Room can find information that can be used to prove their Cherokee ancestry as well as seek their European roots.
The exhibit featuring the Cherokee National Treasure’s work will run from May 4 to June 26.
Art submissions will be accepted through May 14.
After taking a year off because of the pandemic, the annual trek is implementing safety precautions for the 950-mile journey.
Cherokee artist Danny McCarter of Tahlequah is a blowgun and blowgun dart maker.
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Around 83,000 remains in the U.S. have been returned to descendants as of this fall, according to data provided to The Associated Press by the…
The Cherokee Nation partners with Rogers State University to offer beginner Cherokee classes via public television.
The images document how the home and the grounds looked when Jennie Ross Cobb lived there more than a century ago.
For Tribal Councilor Canaan Duncan, wild onions have been a long-standing tradition in his family.
The gun battle between Cherokee Nation citizens and a U.S. Marshal Service posse underscored jurisdictional issues between the tribe and feder…
Danielle Campbell is donating a traditional Cherokee double-wall basket, earrings that honor the Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women movemen…
The special exhibit opens April 6 at John Ross Museum in Park Hill.
The special exhibit is on display at the Cherokee National History Museum in Tahlequah.
The Association of American Indian Affairs says it has investigated 66 auctions selling stolen cultural objects in 2021.
The project is slated for completion in late summer.
Cherokee Nation citizen Nathalie Standingcloud works at Inkjunkys Tattoo studio in Tulsa.
The former historical society is dissolving and transferred assets, including the Cherokee Heritage Center to the Cherokee Nation.
The deadline for nominations is June 11.
Jessie Walton wants the public to understand that Native communities are alive and relevant.
The program is a rigorous, five-week long classical ballet intensive for serious dancers.
Sequoyah’s syllabary will be on view in “Weaving History Into Art: The Enduring Legacy of Shan Goshorn” through March 28 at Gilcrease Museum.
Applications are available and must be submitted by June 15.
The Cherokee National Research Center is slated to open later this summer.
Cherokee National Treasure Vivian Garner Cottrell will demonstrate how Cherokee people gather and process river cane to make baskets on March …
Cherokee Nation citizen Tommy Wildcat is in a documentary featuring Oklahoma flute makers and artists.
Entries will be accepted March 12-26 for the second annual contest.
After receiving a kidney transplant, Cherokee artist Pam Turtle was unable to work, and she needed to find something to do with her time.