Tuesday, June 19, 2007

More Native American Arts & Culture

Here are more events scheduled for the coming months.

Through August 25, 2007 – “Native American Women’s Creations” in exhibition at the Edward-Dean Museum & Gardens, 9401 Oak Glen Road, Cherry Valley, CA.

Through September 16, 2007 – “Voices in the Tall Grass: Native Women Artists of Oklahoma. This exhibit is being presented at the Pioneer Woman Museum, Ponca City OK. The art work, in an exhibition curated by Rebecca Brave, includes contemporary and traditional media such as pottery, beadwork, basketry, ribbon work, sculpture, paintings and illustration.

July 11-12, 2007 - Mashantucket Pequot Museum Pow Wow and Festival. Admission to the Pow Wow is free with admission to the museum and for museum members. The museum is located at 110 pequot Lane, Mashantucket. For more information, call 800-411-9671

July 14-15, 200714th Howard County Pow Wow at the Howard County Fairgrounds, Baltimore, MD

July 20-22, 2007Redbird’s Children of Many Colors Native American Intertribal Pow Wow, Moorpark, College, 7075 Campus Road, Moorpark, CA. Admission is $2.00

August 4-5, 2007 - Bull Run All Nations Pow Wow, Riverfront Park & Candfield Island, Loyalsock Township, PA at the intersection of Bull Run Trail and Seshequin Trail.

August 24-26, 2007 - 33rd Annual Pow Wow by the Baltimore American Indian Center at Patterson Park, Eastern and Linwood Avenues. Admission $5.00 Information: 410-675-3535.

This list is brought to you by William & Susanne Waites of Aboriginals: Art of the First Person and allied web sites, Native-JewelryLink.com, Native-PotteryLink.com, TribalWorks.com and ZuniLInk.com