Cherokee Heritage Center

The Center consists of a living history Cherokee village, a museum, and small township of historical buildings. Dedicated to the perservation of Cherokee culture and history, it is one of the most widely visited Native American sites in Oklahoma.

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Sunday, May 22, 2005

Cherokee Artists Association Meeting

On Thursday night, the Cherokee Artists Association met at the Heritage Center for the first time. This group is dedicated to preserving, learning, teaching, and marketing Cherokee art. They discussed the success of the Chattanooga Public Art Project completed by the Gadugi Cherokee Artists Team. The project allowed Cherokee artists from Tahlequah to display and market their artwork to an urban audience that they would otherwise not have been able to reach. Thursday's discussion laid the groundwork for future marketing projects, and promises to bring Cherokee artists together and enhance their exposure. The next meeting will be held at the Heritage Center on June 9 at the Community Hall behind the Cherokee Restaurant at 6:30.


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