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Oklahoma Humanities Grant

Oklahoma Humanities Grant

We are happy to announce that the Seminole Nation Museum has been chosen as one of thirteen cultural and educational organizations…

Seminole Signatures Ending Soon

Seminole Signatures Ending Soon

The Seminole Nation Museum would like to invite everyone to view its latest art exhibition, “Seminole Signatures,” before it closes.

Commission by Jake Tiger and the Holiday Bazaar

Commission by Jake Tiger and the Holiday Bazaar

Through the generosity of a Historic Preservation Grant from the Oklahoma Historical Society, the Seminole Nation Museum was able to commission a piece by Seminole textile artist Jake Tiger, who is creating a traditional men’s Seminole regalia to showcase in the...

Education Endowment Established

Education Endowment Established

  Fund will create new programs and strengthen educational outreach. A long-sought-after dream was realized this summer with the establishment of a permanent endowment fund dedicated to supporting the museum’s educational programming for youth. The Shermaine...

“Life at Mikasuki – Story of a Sovereign Seminole School”

“Life at Mikasuki – Story of a Sovereign Seminole School”

    The Seminole Nation Museum, in concert with the Historic Preservation Office of the Seminole Nation of Oklahoma has developed a new exhibition about the famed Mikasuki Academy. The show contains an array of never-before-seen photographs and artifacts...

Museum Announces 2023 Ligon Collections Purchase

Museum Announces 2023 Ligon Collections Purchase

In honor of what would have been her 107th birthday on July 28, the Seminole Nation Museum is honored to announce its 2023 Joan Roberts Ligon Collection Endowment purchase. Two paintings by renowned Muscogee (Creek) artist Fred Beaver, “Seminole Medicine Man” (1971)...

Museum Fundraiser to Benefit Sorghum Grounds

Museum Fundraiser to Benefit Sorghum Grounds

It was nearly fifty years ago that the Seminole Nation Museum and the Wewoka Rotary Club conspired to make a little sorghum syrup on a fall day in 1976. The whole affair was undertaken, more than anything, to draw local attention to the newly opened museum and to show...

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