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  • Fellowship provides opportunity to conduct research at Holisso Center

    May

    17

    The Chickasaw Foundation is accepting applications for the 2018 Holisso: The Center for Study of Chickasaw History and Culture Fellowship.

  • Noted Comanche portrait artist plans festival demonstration

    May

    17

    J. NiCole Hatfield, who has helped bring Native American art to prominent public spaces in Oklahoma City will perform a live demonstration of her technique Saturday, May 27, at the Artesian Arts Festival.

  • Osage artist brings “art therapy” to Artesian Arts Festival

    May

    16

    Wendy Ponca believes all art is therapy.

  • Choctaw Dylan Cavin combines creativity with practicality to share his heritage

    May

    15

    Chickasha-born Choctaw tribal member Dylan Cavin has the heart of an artist tempered by the methodical mind of a blue collar nine-to-fiver.

  • Famed Locust Grove artist to showcase talents at Artesian Arts Festival

    May

    12

    After 40 years of honing his talent, celebrated Cherokee ceramic artist Bill Glass Jr., has distilled the secret to his success down to its finest components.

  • "Picasso of Indian Art" plans Artesian Arts Festival encore

    May

    12

    Acclaimed as the "Picasso of Indian Art," Benjamin Harjo, Jr. will mark his second appearance at the Artesian Arts Festival May 27 in Sulphur, Oklahoma.

  • Art of Dallas area mother and daughter featured at Artesian Arts Festival

    May

    12

    Mother and daughter duo Martha and Karen Berry are determined to ensure Cherokee art and culture continues for generations to come.

  • Chickasaw Nation Early Childhood Center (Head Start) accepting enrollment applications

    May

    11

    The Chickasaw Nation Early Childhood Center (Head Start) is accepting spring enrollment applications for the 2017-2018 school year at the Ardmore, Sulphur and Tishomingo, Oklahoma locations.

  • Chickasaw Artist Weaves Passion for Cultural Preservation into Works of Art

    May

    11

    Chickasaw artist Sue Fish combines her passion for preserving tribal culture and language during her many demonstrations of basket weaving throughout Oklahoma.

  • California-based Chickasaw jeweler to unveil new collection at Artesian Arts Festival

    May

    11

    Chickasaw jeweler Kristen Dorsey will unveil her new “Hatchet Women” collection Memorial Day weekend at the Artesian Arts Festival May 27.