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Artist in Residence, Patria Smith (Miami)
http://www.eiteljorg.org/explore/calendar/event/2016/03/29/default-calendar/artist-in-residence-patria-smith-(miami)
Artist in Residence, Patria Smith (Miami), Meet gourd artist, Patria Smith; watch a demonstration and learn about her art and Miami culture
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) - 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, and 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
Thanksgiving Weekend
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Celebrate Thanksgiving weekend at the Eiteljorg. Meet local artists Katrina Mitten (Miami) and Teresa Webb (Anishinaabe) and hear about Native American cultures through stories and songs, create art, watch demonstrations and see the museum’s annual holiday display, Jingle Rails: The Great Western Adventure
Eiteljorg Hires New Curator of Native American Art, History and Culture
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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
Kaya Day
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Bring your doll and join us for storytelling, games and activities inspired by Kaya. Meet Teresa Webb (Potawatomi) and hear about Native American culture through stories and songs, accompanied by flute, drum and rattle. Meet Miami artists Katrina Mitten (beadwork) and Patria Smith (gourd art) and learn about similarities and differences between the Nez Perce and Miami cultures. Play games, make art and enter for a chance to win your very own Kaya, American Girl doll. All
Families explore Nez Perce culture at Eiteljorg Museum’s Kaya Day on Jan. 24
http://www.eiteljorg.org/interact/blog/eitelblog/2015/01/09/families-explore-nez-perce-culture-at-eiteljorg-museum-s-kaya-day-on-jan.-24
through stories and songs, accompanied by flute, drum and rattle. Joining the celebration will be Miami, will discuss the similarities and differences between the Nez Perce and Miami cultures. It all
Eiteljorg Museum Hires Curator of Native American Art, History and Culture
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on the curatorial staff 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 board for 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
Native American Continuing Exhibitions
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to understanding the Native people who originally and still call Indiana home—the Miami, Potawatomi, Delaware, map. Website visitors can use the changing map of the Indiana Region to see where Miami and other Native peoples lived from the 1600s to where they live today. Hear Miami speakers say, “Mihtohseenionki, into the region; see and listen to contemporary Miami and Potawatomi people as they discuss treaties
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