Cherokee Day

September 24, 2017
10:00 am - 5:00 pm
Gilcrease Museum
1400 North Gilcrease Museum Road, Tulsa, Oklahoma 74127-2100
Free with museum admission; free for Cherokee Nation citizens.

Enjoy a day filled with storytelling, dance, music, art demonstrations and arts and crafts activities as visitors learn more about the Cherokee culture. Cherokee Day is offered in conjunction with the new exhibition, After Removal: Rebuilding the Cherokee Nation.

Schedule of Events

Meet & Greet Ambassadors
10 am/Overlook

Storytelling
10:30 am/Helmerich Hall

Cherokee Adult Choir
11 am/Helmerich Hall

Garden Rocks
11 am/Creative Learning Center

Flute
11:30 am/Helmerich Hall

Meet & Greet Ambassadors
11:30 am/Overlook

Storytelling
Noon/Helmerich Hall

Cherokee Adult Choir
12:30 pm/Helmerich Hall

Flute
1 pm/Helmerich Hall

Meet & Greet Principal Chief & Secretary of State
1-3 pm/Overlook

Clay Beads
1 pm/Creative Learning Center

Storytelling
1:30 pm/Helmerich Hall

Cherokee Adult Choir
2 pm/Helmerich Hall

Cherokee Youth Choir
2:30 pm/Helmerich Hall

Flute
3 pm/Helmerich Hall

Meet & Greet Ambassadors
3 pm/Overlook

Clay Medallions
3 pm/Creative Learning Center

Storytelling
3:30 pm/Helmerich Hall

Cherokee Youth Choir
4 pm/Helmerich Hall

Meet & Greet Ambassadors
4 pm/Overlook

Cherokee Youth Choir
4:30 pm/Helmerich Hall

 

Cherokee Artists Booths
10 am-4 pm/Vista Room

Painting – Ron Mitchell
Basketry – Mike Dart
Pottery – Karin Walkingstick
Clay Sculptures – Tama Roberts
Flintknapping – Tim Grayson
Stickball Sticks – Victor Wildcat
Twining Feather Capes – Lisa Rutherford
Beadwork – Sally Williams
Stone Carving – Matt Girty

For more information, please contact:

Natalie Panther
918-631-6414