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Native Olympians
to the Miami, Potawatomi, Delaware and others. Objects in these cases represent both the historical
the Downtown Canal; and a welcome new addition to the museum's curatorial team: Scott Shoemaker (Miami Nation
Insider tips for Indian Market and Festival
Eiteljorg festivals and markets intern Claire Quimby blogs some insider tips about indian market.
Buchannan, Chief of the Miami Indians of Indiana offering an official welcome and prayer
and out) June 16, 17 & 18 and July 14, 15 & 16 Art classes for kids featuring Miami and Anishinaabe
Eiteljorg Museum Breaks All-Time Attendance Record
(Miami Nation of Indiana). The Eiteljorg Museum’s 2015 calendar includes the following major exhibits
New endowment supports long-term care of outdoor art at the Eiteljorg
in the Native Miami language, along the Cultural Trail, West Street and in its public Christel DeHaan Family
Indian Market and Festival 2015 |Traditional Hopi Piki Bread
As Indian Market and Festival draws near, we’d like to tell you about some of the things we’re extra excited about. Number 1: The 1491s Number 2: Twin Rivers Number 3: Down Feathers and Masks! Number 4: Stories! Number 5: Buck! and... Number 6: Traditional Hopi Piki Bread! We are thrilled that Iva Honyestewa (Hopi) will be doing Piki Bread making demonstrations throughout the weekend of Indian Market and Festival, June 27-28. You can also catch Navajo Frybread and Miami Acorn
Exceptional Native art recognized at Eiteljorg Indian Market and Festival
Potawatomi/Menominee), of Cherokee, N.C., for Family Traditions Beadwork Katrina Mitten (Miami Tribe
Contemporary Art Exhibit, A Tribe Called Red and Jingle Rails make it a November to Remember
at the Eiteljorg. Meet Native beadwork artist Katrina Mitten (Miami) and learn about her art
The Eiteljorg offers free live music under The Sails, teams up with Indiana State Museum for discounted admission Wed. nights, and Indian Market and Festival comes home
and Dana Duffy, Librarian, will lead a discussion about The Miami Indians: A Persistent People, 1654
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