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...
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...
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...
BORDERS AND BOUNDARIES

BORDERS AND BOUNDARIES

Borders and Boundaries art exhibition is open to the public! Assimilation and appropriation have been and continue to be important and often fractious concepts for Native peoples. Native artists confront and respond to these ideas in their work all the time. The...
SAVAGES AND PRINCESSES OPEN

SAVAGES AND PRINCESSES OPEN

SAVAGES AND PRINCESSES EXHIBIT OPEN! September 8, 2020 – October 28, 2020 The Seminole Nation Museum is currently displaying Savages and Princesses: The Persistence of Native American Stereotypes. The show is scheduled to be exhibited from September 8th to...
ALTARS OF RECONCILIATION

ALTARS OF RECONCILIATION

Following a successful Exhibit Reception on August 3rd, 2019, the Altars of Reconciliation Exhibit was opened to the public. The exhibit is a reflection of Christian faith in Native American culture and serves to eliminate conventionalized views that Native Americans...