SCHOOL PHOTOS ON LOAN

SCHOOL PHOTOS ON LOAN

On loan from Seminole Nation Historic Preservation Department are over 2 dozen amazing photos of the Mekesukey Academy for Boys (more commonly known as the Mekesukey Mission), which was a boarding school for Native American children established in 1891 in present-day...
ODL GRANT PROVIDING PANDEMIC AID

ODL GRANT PROVIDING PANDEMIC AID

The Seminole Nation Museum is greatly appreciative of the Oklahoma Department of Libraries for awarding the Seminole Nation Museum a grant through the American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA). The funds are bringing new technologies, furniture, and equipment to our facility...
FORM AND FUNCTION EXHIBITION

FORM AND FUNCTION EXHIBITION

LATEST EXHIBITION “FORM AND FUNCTION” OPEN! We are very excited to invite everyone to see our latest show “Form and Function: Southeastern Art and Utility Among the Five Tribes”. This exhibition features Native art and artifacts that serves a...
ODL GRANT HELPS WITH NEW ADDITIONS

ODL GRANT HELPS WITH NEW ADDITIONS

If you’ve walked through the Museum lately and noticed something new, you have our friends at ODL to thank! A grant from the Oklahoma Department of Libraries has helped the Museum add improvements to the building. Funded through ARPA, this grant made it possible...
SPEAK: SPEAK WHILE YOU CAN

SPEAK: SPEAK WHILE YOU CAN

Speak: Speak While You Can is an art exhibition scheduled to be shown at the Seminole Nation Museum from September 1st to December 31st. To see Indigenous language expressed in the arts is a powerful synthesis of reclamation and creative expression. In this...