We are thrilled to welcome a very special exhibit to the Chickasaw Cultural Center!
Open now through Sept. 11, IKBI: Build with Toy Bricks exhibit features art created entirely out of toy bricks as well as several hands-on activities.
The incredible toy brick artwork also depicts Chickasaw culture.
The brick village pictured above is based on the Chikasha Inchokka Traditional Chickasaw Village from the 1750s era.
Did you know we have a real-life depiction of this village on campus?
Several groups and individuals contributed to this...
Chickasaw stickball sticks have a cup, shoulder and handle. They are made from hickory, pecan or ash wood.
To score, players must hit a 30 ft. high pole with a small ball known as a stickball. Traditionally, stickballs are woven with leather; the more modern way to make a stickball...
This month we hosted our annual Easter Celebration. It was a day filled with fun activities including a giant Easter Egg Hunt –with 10,000 eggs!
Of course, the Easter Bunny was on campus to greet every visitor!
The Holisso Research Center was the place to be for making Easter crafts! Children decorated eggs and made darling bunny ears out of paper plates! It was so cute!
Over in the Anoli' Theater, visitors were captivated by the magic show!
My favorite part of the show was when the...
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Chokma! My name is Brittney. Born and raised in Northeastern Oklahoma, I am proud to be Chickasaw and excited about the opportunity to celebrate, experience and share my culture with you.