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The Seminole Nation Museum is hosting this traveling exhibition of Native American art that features 44 pieces, including reknowned local artist, Norma Howard (Choctaw).

Seminole Nation Museum, 524 S. Wewoka Ave., Wewoka, is open Monday - Saturday, 10 a.m. - 5 p.m. For information call 405-257-5580 or visit www.SeminoleNationMuseum.org

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PARK HILL – The 46th annual Trail of Tears Art Show is set to run from April 8 through May 6 at the Cherokee Heritage Center with categories including painting, sculpture, pottery, basketry, graphics, jewelry and miniatures.

Artists will compete for more than $15,000.

Artists must be a citizen of a federally recognized tribe to enter the show. A submission fee of $10 is charged per entry and entries must be submitted to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. by 5 p.m. on March 15.

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TAHLEQUAH – Northeastern State University associate professor of English Dr. Bradley Montgomery-Anderson was awarded with the Linguistic Society of America’s Leonard Bloomfield Book Award for 2017 for his work “Cherokee Reference Grammar.” The award was presented during a ceremony at the LSA Annual Meeting in Austin, Texas on Jan. 7.

First presented in 1992, this award recognizes a volume that makes an outstanding contribution of enduring value to our understanding of language and linguistics.

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TULSA – She is up for auction. She is the first of potentially many more to be sold. She is Standing with Standing Rock.

She is a representation of the strength, beauty and courage of the people, says Comanche artist Timothy Nevaquaya. She represents the people of the Nations gathered at the Standing Rock Reservation to protect the waters of the Missouri River from the “Black Snake” of the Dakota Access oil pipeline.

Nevaquaya is auctioning the original 9”x12” oil painting online via his Facebook page to raise funds to support the Water Protectors camped near Cannon Ball, South Dakota.

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