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April 6th and 7th at the Student Center Courtyard: "You, Me, and the Devil Makes Three" An Interactive Public Art Project and Lecture by Christopher Olszewski. Christopher Olszewski's Automotive Skin, an interactive and collaborative site-specific art project is dedicated to the impact of aggressive American Expansion/Manifest Destiny on Native American peoples and Nations and the American collective. 

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Automotive Skins- Interactive Public Art Project
April 6th: 10:00am-12:00pm, 1:00pm-4:00pm
April 7th: 10:00am-12:00pm, 1:00pm-4:00pm

Automotive Skins- Lecture
April 7th: 6:00pm at Humanities Room 170

 

Upcoming Events (Spring 2016: Southeastern Indian Festival April 7-9, 2016 at Poarch Band of Creek Indians-5811 Jack Springs Road, Atmore AL 36502

Learn about Southeastern Indian Culture through Song & Dance,  Storytelling, Living History, Arts/Crafts Demos, Authentic Indian Foods, and a stickball game. There will also be hands on activities for children.

Dates are as follows:

Thursday, April 7th: 9am-2pm (School Day)

Friday, April 8th: 9am-2pm (School Day)

Friday, April 8th: 6pm-8pm (Open to the Public)

Saturday, April 9th: 10am-8pm (Open to the Public)

ADMISSION IS FREE 

Upcoming Events (Fall 2015):

Preservation Through Revitalization: Revising the Traditional Arts of the Poarch Band of Creek Indians.

A presentation will be given by Mr. Robert Thrower on the current exhibit on the third floor of the Marx Library at the University of South Alabama on Tuesday, Nov. 10th 4-5pm. Refreshments will be served. For more information please click here.

 

 

News:

Poarch Band of Creek Indians Office of Archives and Records Management has been awarded the 2015 International Guardians of Culture and Lifeways' Archives Institutional Award.

 

Past Events:

April 9, 2015: Dances with Cosmology: Native American Spiritual Philosophy from a Northern Cree Tribal Perspective by Art Napoleon at 7PM in Humanities Room 170. www.southalabama.edu/departments/publicrelations/pressreleases/2015/041415artnapoleon.html

April 16, 2015: Dr. Pat Cesarini will give a presentation on the importance of reading Native American Literature. The presentation will be in the Library Auditorium at 7PM.

 March 26-27, 2015: Poarch Southeastern Festival. Volunteers needed for Friday the 27th.

March 25, 2015: Food for Thought: A Discussion on Native American Identity lead by Barbara Filion at the Archaeology Museum at 12:30PM. Lunch will be provided.

March 17, 2015: Evening with the Elders in Poarch at 6PM

January 27, 2015: "I am not Your Mascot" A presentation by Ph.D. candidate of UF, Marcus Briggs-Cloud. Held in Marx Library Auditorium at 7:00PM

 

Fall 2014:

  • Annual Thanksgiving POW WOW in Atmore, AL
  • Project 562- Changing the Way We See Native America
  • The MOWA Choctaw Band of Indians (Sponsored by the Office of Multicultural Student Affairs and Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity)
  • Celebrating of Native American Heritage Month
  • Presentation by Robert Thrower on Creek Medicine and Ethnobotany
  • Class trip to the museum on PBCI reservation in Atmore, AL
  • Evening with the Elders on PBCI reservation in Atmore, AL
  • Election of the Officers