Seminole Spaces: Chickees
This week, join us to learn about a different kind of Seminole space; chickees! Prolific across South Florida, chickees are traditional Seminole houses. Chickees are a fascinating look into Seminole architecture, how it has shifted over time, and how it is reflected in Seminole tourism and history.
Seminole Pride: The Artwork of Jimmy Osceola
This week, join us to explore the newest exhibit of the Ah-Tah-Thi-Ki Museum, Seminole Pride: The Art of Jimmy Osceola.
Inaugural Indigenous Arts and Music Festival
Festival season continues! March 4th-5th, 2023 will mark the inaugural Indigenous Arts and Music Festival on the Big Cypress Reservation. Join us to learn all about the exciting events, and background info on the performers!
Seminole Economic Resilience in the 1960s
This week, we look at Seminole tourism in the 1960s. Coming directly on the heels of federal recognition, this decade was marked by struggle and innovation, as the Seminole Tribe of Florida cemented its agency as a sovereign entity.