Upcoming Events and News
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.
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.
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
- 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