When did the Potawatomi Cultural Heritage Center reopen?

When did the Potawatomi Cultural Heritage Center reopen?

The Citizen Potawatomi Nation Cultural Heritage Center re-opened in January 2018 after undergoing a 4-year renovation.

What is the Shawnee tribe Cultural Center store?

The STCC Store is a publicly accessible retail store dedicated to our mission and designed to extend the educational experience of our visitors. We provide opportunities for artists to market their work and create our own merchandise to raise awareness and encourage appreciation for our cultural center.

Who is the artist at the Shawnee tribe cultural center?

Featuring the art of Shawnee artist Gibson Byrd, who was a lifelong artist and educator. To honor his passion for art and teaching, interactive art exploration activities accompany the display. Featuring the art of Shawnee artist Gibson Byrd, who was a lifelong artist and educator.

Who are the citizens of the Shawnee tribe?

The Shawnee Tribe is a federally recognized sovereign nation with about 3,200 tribal citizens as of 2020. Shawnee citizens reside not only in Oklahoma, but also live and work throughout the world.

The Citizen Potawatomi Nation Cultural Heritage Center re-opened in January 2018 after undergoing a 4-year renovation.

What are the collections of the CPN Cultural Heritage Center?

The materials in our collections, most of which are one-of-a-kind, include cultural artifacts, historical manuscripts, Tribal administrative and governmental archives, photographs, genealogical research and various forms of multimedia.

What can you do at the Chickasaw Cultural Center?

The Chickasaw Cultural Center offers a world of opportunity to learn and connect with Native American history. Watch the story of the Chickasaw people unfold before your eyes through powerful performances, reenactments, demonstrations, collections and exhibits at one of the largest and most extensive tribal cultural centers in the United States.