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The History of chickasaw art

Chickasaw people have created ceramics, jewelry, carvings and woven crafts for centuries. The art created by Chickasaw people served a utilitarian or practical purpose. Today, Chickasaw artists create work to express individual identity, reference traditional cultural cosmology or as an instrument for transmission of cultural knowledge. Individual expression in contemporary art reinforces the Chickasaw artist’s identification and pride in our culture.

Fine Art Galleries

Chickasaw people have created ceramics, jewelry, carvings and woven crafts for centuries. The art created by Chickasaw people served a utilitarian or practical purpose. Today, Chickasaw artists create work to express individual identity, reference traditional cultural cosmology or as an instrument for transmission of cultural knowledge. Individual expression in contemporary art reinforces the Chickasaw artist’s identification and pride in our culture.

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Aaittafama' Room

Aaittafama' Room

The Aaittafama' Room is a beautiful space that houses rotating art collections expressive of our people’s history and culture.

Aapisa' Art Gallery

Aapisa' Art Gallery

Aapisa', meaning “a place to see” in our Chickasaw language, is home to fine art and rotating exhibits for our visitors to enjoy. The Aapisa' Art Gallery is a beautifully designed area with more than 1,200 square feet of exhibit space adorned with architectural details such as wood, copper and stone that is integrated throughout the campus. Located adjacent to the Welcome Center and Gift Shop, the Art Gallery is a convenient early stop on campus.

Upcoming Exhibits

  • 10:00AM

    In the spirit of Christmas, departments from across the Chickasaw Nation decorate a tree in accordance with the selected theme and votes are cast for the best tree.

    This year's Festival of...

    Nov. 24 - Dec. 31 Festival of Trees