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The Northeastern State University Center for Tribal Studies has partnered with the Oklahoma Arts Council to celebrate Cherokee art during American Indian Heritage month.
“Betty Christie Frogg: Carrying Her Culture” is on display at Cherokee Nation’s Saline Courthouse Museum.
The Will Rogers Memorial Museum will host “Halloween Night” from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. on Oct 30.
The Indian Women’s Pocahontas Club is inviting the public to its annual “Hats off to Will” Will Rogers birthday tribute and wreath laying ceremony at 10 a.m. on Nov. 6 at the Will Rogers Memorial Museum.
Skilled in gathering and weaving natural materials and dyes, Cherokee National Treasure Bessie Russell is known for creating authentic handcrafted Cherokee baskets.
Admirers of art inspired by the American West will converge on the Eiteljorg Museum in September for the 16th annual Quest for the West Art Show and Sale to purchase Western artworks and interact with the artists.
Faith Phillips visited the Chicago Field Museum in August to see the upcoming display that will feature her former Creative Writing students from Stilwell High School. Before her visit, Phillips hadn’t realized the museum is the third-largest natural science museum in the world.