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  • Humanities workshop features Chickasaw Cultural Center

    May

    24

    Field trips to the Chickasaw Cultural Center, Chickasaw White House, Chickasaw National Capitol and Council House Museum are on the agenda for the Chickasaw Humanities Youth Workshop.

  • Chickasaw artist looks to past for futuristic “twist”

    May

    23

    Chickasaw women perfected a particularly difficult hand-woven textile design centuries ago.

  • Chickasaw Nation Tribal Election Filing Period

    May

    23

    The Chickasaw Nation Election Commission announces filing period opens June 5 and continues through June 7, 2017 for the 2017 General Elections.

  • Chickasaw artist to be at Artesian Arts Festival

    May

    23

    B.L. Hensley, a Chickasaw artist from Sulphur, Oklahoma, brings a modern twist to Chickasaw culture and art.

  • Navajo artist to demonstrate jewelry making at Artesian Arts Fest

    May

    23

    A live jewelry demonstration by well-known Navajo jeweler Jimmie Harrison will take place 1 to 1:30 p.m. Saturday, May 27, at the Artesian Arts Festival, located at the Artesian Plaza adjacent to the Artesian Hotel and Spa, 1001 W. First Street, Sulphur, Oklahoma.

  • Native artist Tom Farris channels eclectic life experiences into a collage of creations

    May

    23

    It is no easy task to categorize Tom Farris or his art.

  • Chickasaw Nation Ada Early Childhood Center graduates 50 students

    May

    23

    Fifty students graduated from the Chickasaw Nation Early Childhood Center Monday, May 15, in Ada.

  • The ARTesian Galley & Studios to host art classes

    May

    19

    The Chickasaw Nation will host art classes at the ARTesian Gallery & Studios, 100 W. Muskogee St. Sulphur, Oklahoma.

  • Writers conference to showcase diverse writing styles June 1

    May

    19

    Writers looking to enhance their skills should plan to attend the annual Imanoli Writers Conference scheduled for 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., Thursday, June 1, at the Chickasaw Arts & Humanities building, 201 N. Broadway.

  • 2017 Conference Empowers Chickasaw Women

    May

    18

    Chickasaw women from across the nation learned the “Chickasaw experience” is a powerful tool in their quiver as they embark upon careers, tackle life and soar to reach personal goals.