Cultural Demonstration Classes

  • Classes start at 3 p.m.
    Anoli' Theater Lobby
    See schedule below for dates

  • 💲Free & open to the public

The Chickasaw Cultural Center is pleased to offer a variety of hour-long cultural demonstration classes to include diverse areas of beading, weaving, painting and more!
Held daily at 3 p.m. in the Anoliꞌ Theater Lobby, each class is free and open to the public.

Cultural Demonstration Class Schedule:
Feb. 1 - Fish Nets
Feb. 4 - Child's Collar
Feb. 5 - Leather Bags
Feb. 6 - Pinch Pots
Feb. 7 - Cornhusk Dolls
Feb. 8 - Reed Baskets
Feb. 11 - Fish Nets
Feb. 12 - Child's Collar
Feb. 13 - Leather Bags
Feb. 14 - Pinch Pots
Feb. 15 - Cornhusk Dolls
Feb. 18 - Fingerwoven Keychains
Feb. 19 - Fish Nets
Feb. 20 - Child's Collar
Feb. 21 - Leather Bags
Feb. 22 - Pinch Pots
Feb. 25 - Cornhusk Dolls
Feb. 26 - Earrings
Feb. 27 - Fish Nets
Feb. 28 - Painted Gourds

*Class topics are subject to change due to instructor availability

Upcoming Events

  • 10:00AM

    See original portraits painted by world-renowned, Chickasaw artist Mike Larsen. This exhibition features 20 of the 48 original elder portraits.

    Noted by the award-winning Larsen as one of his...

    Dec. 1 2018 - Dec. 31 Portraits of Elders
  • 10:00AM

    The Chickasaw Cultural Center is excited to exhibit original artwork from the children’s book "Through the Eyes of the Eagle."

    This is the first book in a four-part series developed by the...

    Jan. 9 - Mar. 31 Through the Eyes of the Eagle
  • 10:00AM

    The Chickasaw Cultural Center’s newest exhibit honors Native American art, family and creative traditions that are shared between generations through an art show celebrating family bonds and...

    Feb. 1 - Apr. 28 Lines of Lineage: The Influence of Ancestry on Contemporary Native Artists