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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.
Visitors are returning to Cherokee-owned museums and other culturally significant sites as COVID-19 restrictions have been “somewhat lifted,” said Molly Jarvis, senior vice president of marketing and cultural tourism for Cherokee Nation Businesses.
The artwork of Cherokee National Treasure Dorothy Sullivan is being featured in a Saline Courthouse Museum that will run until Aug. 28.
On June 4, a nearly 13-foot-tall bronze Lighthorse statue embodying the combined features and designs of the Five Tribes arrived at the U.S. Marshals Museum. The statue was created by Cherokee artist Daniel HorseChief.
A Native American lawyer wants Harvard University to return a tomahawk once owned by his pioneering ancestor, Chief Standing Bear of the Ponca Tribe.
The museum gives a glimpse into what the life and hardships Sequoyah might have experienced as he created the Cherokee syllabary.
One part introduces the syllabary and the publication of the Cherokee Phoenix while the other highlights the adaption to changing technology.