Seminole Spaces: Trading Posts
This week, we are exploring a unique type of Seminole space; trading posts. In the late 1800s and early 1900s, Seminoles utilized trading posts as points of contact with non-Seminole traders.
Seminoles Influence Art: Guy LaBree
Welcome to Seminoles Influence Art: Guy LaBree! Throughout his long career, LaBree depicted numerous scenes of Seminole legends, life, culture, and history.
71st Annual Florida Folk Festival
The 71st Annual Florida Folk Festival is next weekend, May 26th-28th, 2023 at the Stephen Foster Folk Culture Center State Park in White Springs, FL. This Friday, join us on the blog to learn about Seminole presence at the festival, its history, and how you can attend!
Spotlight on The Boehmer Photos
This week, join us to highlight a special part of the Ah-Tah-Thi-Ki Museum Online Collections, the Boehmer photos.
Celebrate Earth Day 2023!
Learn how to give back in your community, make small changes with big impacts, and what events are available around you to get involved in.
Day-trip Drive from Fort Myers
Join us for a road trip from Fort Myers, FL to the Ah-Tah-Thi-Ki Museum! Get everything you need to know for your day trip to the Big Cypress Reservation.
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.
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.
84th Annual Brighton Field Day Festival February 17th-19th
This week, join us to learn everything you need about the 84th Annual Brighton Field Day Festival, February 17-19th, 2023.
Seminole Spaces: Lake Okeechobee
This week, we are exploring the Seminole relationship with Lake Okeechobee, and how it has shifted and changed over time.