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Scott Shoemaker (Miami) - Ribbonwork
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Scott Shoemaker (Miami) - Ribbonwork, Pursuing a Miami Heritage - One Stitch at a Time When Scott Shoemaker first saw the beautiful designs made by his ancestors, he was instantly captivated. As he learned more about the colorful geometric panels he saw on Miami artifacts, he discovered that they were made from ribbons. He decided to figure out how
Dani Tippmann (Miami): Knowing the Plants of Indiana: A Miami Heritage
http://www.eiteljorg.org/explore/calendar/event/2017/07/22/default-calendar/dani-tippman-(miami)-knowing-the-plants-of-indiana-a-miami-herritage
Dani Tippmann (Miami): Knowing the Plants of Indiana: A Miami Heritage, The Eiteljorg Museum has teamed up with the Indianapolis Public Library to bring Dani Tippmann, a Miami plant enthusiast and expert to the Eiteljorg's outdoor Kincannon Family Learning Circle. Dani will explore the uses of native plants and traditional Miami gardening practices. Dani knows plants and she is bringing her knowledge about the plants of Indiana to this workshop. As a Miami, it is Dani’s belief that to really know a plant, you must get to know it throughout the year. You’ll enjoy
Experience Miami culture, Sandhill Cranes on Eiteljorg tour Nov. 3
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Experience Miami culture, Sandhill Cranes on Eiteljorg tour Nov. 3, Sandhill Cranes at Jasper-Pulaski Fish and Wildlife Area Join the Eiteljorg Museum staff on Nov. 3 for an all-day coach trip to northern Indiana focusing on the Miami Tribe and the fall migration of the Sandhill Crane. This is an ideal tour for those interested in Native American and Indiana history and for nature lovers. Learn about the Miami during stops at cultural sites important to the tribe’s history, including Seven Pillars near Peru, Indiana. We will arrive at Jasper-Pulaski Fish
Experience Miami Culture, Sandhill Cranes during Eiteljorg Tour
http://www.eiteljorg.org/explore/festivals-and-events/2018/11/03/default-calendar/experience-miami-culture-sandhill-cranes-on-eiteljorg-tour
Experience Miami Culture, Sandhill Cranes during Eiteljorg Tour, Join us for an all-day coach trip to northern Indiana focusing on the Miami Tribe and the fall migration of the Sandhill Crane. This is an ideal tour for those interested in Native American and Indiana history and for nature lovers. Learn about the Miami during stops at cultural sites important to the tribe's history, including Seven Pillars near Peru, Indiana. We will arrive at Jasper-Pulaski Fish and Wildlife Area during a peak time to witness thousands of Sandhill Cranes stopping to rest
Artist In Residence: Katrina Mitten (Miami Tribe of Oklahoma), Beadworker
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Artist In Residence: Katrina Mitten (Miami Tribe of Oklahoma), Beadworker, Katrina is a member of the Miami tribe of Oklahoma, born and raised in Indiana – her tribal homelands. Inspired at the age of 12 to pursue an art traditional to the great lakes people, she began learning the art of embroidery style native beadwork. Katrina has learned the art through study of family heirlooms, museum collections and practice. The imagery she creates is inspired by the world around her-texture, form and color. Many of the forms depicted in her beadwork are representative of her
Artist In Residence: Katrina Mitten (Miami Tribe of Oklahoma), Beadworker
http://www.eiteljorg.org/explore/festivals-and-events/2018/09/15/default-calendar/artist-in-residence-katrina-mitten-(miami-tribe-of-oklahoma)-beadworker
Artist In Residence: Katrina Mitten (Miami Tribe of Oklahoma), Beadworker, Katrina is a member of the Miami tribe of Oklahoma, born and raised in Indiana – her tribal homelands. Inspired at the age of 12 to pursue an art traditional to the great lakes people, she began learning the art of embroidery style native beadwork. Katrina has learned the art through study of family heirlooms, museum collections and practice. The imagery she creates is inspired by the world around her-texture, form and color. Many of the forms depicted in her beadwork are representative of her
Artist In Residence: Katrina Mitten (Miami Tribe of Oklahoma), Beadworker
http://www.eiteljorg.org/explore/festivals-and-events/2018/09/08/default-calendar/artist-in-residence-katrina-mitten-(miami-tribe-of-oklahoma)-beadworker
Artist In Residence: Katrina Mitten (Miami Tribe of Oklahoma), Beadworker, Katrina is a member of the Miami tribe of Oklahoma, born and raised in Indiana – her tribal homelands. Inspired at the age of 12 to pursue an art traditional to the great lakes people, she began learning the art of embroidery style native beadwork. Katrina has learned the art through study of family heirlooms, museum collections and practice. The imagery she creates is inspired by the world around her-texture, form and color. Many of the forms depicted in her beadwork are representative of her
Dani Tippmann (Miami) - Native Plant Expert
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Dani Tippmann (Miami) - Native Plant Expert
American Girl Kaya Day
http://www.eiteljorg.org/explore/calendar/event/2015/01/24/default-calendar/american-girl-kaya-day
stories and songs, accompanied by flute, drum and rattle. Meet Miami artists Katrina Mitten, differences between the Nez Perce and Miami cultures. Play games, make art and enter for a chance to win, plant expert, Dani Tippmann (Miami) will talk about how the Miami People traditionally use plants. 2:30
Eiteljorg Hires New Curator of Native American Art, History and Culture
http://www.eiteljorg.org/interact/blog/eitelblog/2015/01/26/eiteljorg-hires-new-curator-of-native-american-art-history-and-culture
in ethnology at the Science Museum of Minnesota. A member of the Miami Nation of Indiana, Shoemaker is a leading figure in the study and recovery of the Miami language and preservation of the traditional art of Miami ribbon work. He lectures frequently at scholarly meetings and cultural gatherings and serves on boardsfor the Myaamia Foundation, Miami Nation of Indians of Indiana, and as director for the Historic and Cultural Preservation Office of the Miami Nation of Indiana. With this
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