The third annual TAFFest will showcase independent filmmakers from across the United States, with feature length and short films. Visit Gilcrease Museum October 14 and October 15, as we show independent films that focus on Native American life. Free and open to the public!
Stop by October 16 for our next Funday Sunday. It’s an afternoon of museum fun for the whole family! Visitors will enjoy different art-making stations in the museum, each featuring different materials and themes. Special art activities 12-4:00 p.m., with free admission all day. Sponsored by the Sherman E. Smith Family Charitable Foundation.
Renowned Cherokee beadwork artist Martha Berry will offer an all-day workshop on October 28 that includes instruction in bead edging, looped fringe, tassel making and appliqué, as well as other beading techniques. Class fee includes all materials needed to create a purse. Space is limited and registration is required.
Join us at noon on Friday, November 3, to hear Natalie Panther, PhD., Programs Officer for the Helmerich Center for American Research, discuss the Cherokee Male Seminary as a case study for understanding class tension and ethnic diversity within 19th century Cherokee society. From My Point of View is an informal presentation and audience participation is welcome.