Special artist’s reception on Sunday, July 9th at 6 p.m. at Fontenelle Forest meet Matika Wilbur and learn more about her fascinating work.
Fontenelle Forest is proud to present Matika Wilbur’s newest Project 562 collection: Natural...Read More
Pictured above is Taylor Keen as Chief Standing Bear, NCIA Executive Director Judi gaiashkibos and...Read More
Born on the Omaha Reservation, La Flesche Picotte became the first Native woman to become a...Read More
Special Presentation of Susan LaFleshe Picotte, A Warrior of the People, by Author Joe Starita....Read More
LINCOLN — After a 13-year break from competition, Cheri Becerra-Madsen of Union, Nebraska,...Read More
Ponca Cultural Director Randy Teboe recently visited NCIA Executive Director Judi gaiaskibos at...Read More
Susan La Flesche Picotte (1865-1915) was a Doctor from the Omaha Tribe and was the first female Native American physician. Susan was also an advocate for public health and the legal allotment of land to members of the Omaha...Read More