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Join Jistu (rabbit) as he takes you through Cherokee life in the 1890′s while teaching you the Cherokee language. Color your way through Cherokee schools, gardening, music, family, friends and so much more. Enjoy original art by Cherokee artist Robert Lewis and learn over 20 Cherokee words while bringing color to Cherokee history. Also enjoy a word search and matching game.
Special thanks to Karen Cooper for organizing the book and Noksi Press for their sponsorship
This exhibit catalog from our 2009 exhibit, can be used as a learning tool for anyone interested in Cherokee language or art. Over 90 Cherokee created one of a kind artwork using one of the 84 Cherokee characters. Each piece was 7″x7″ using every media imaginable. Every piece has its own page with full color photo, artists name, statement and Cherokee words that start with that character. Additional material will include a history of Sequoyah and how he created the Cherokee syllabary.
This exhibit catalog from our 2007 traveling exhibit, has essays on the history of Cherokee pottery from Dr. Barbara Duncan R. Duncan, Dr. Brett H. Riggs, Christopher B. Rodning and Mickel Yantz. Cherokee Pottery: People of One Fire features a collection of visually stunning and culturally significant pottery made by the Cherokee people spanning centuries of dramatic culture change. From its utilitarian, ceremonial, and decorative uses in prehistoric times to its contemporary appeal as fine art, the pottery of the Cherokees has continued as a vibrant and distinct part of their culture.
This exhibit catalog from our 2008 exhibit, has essays on the history of Cherokee pottery from Dr. Barbara Duncan R. Duncan, Sr. Susan C.Powers, and Master Cherokee Beadworker Martha Berry. Cherokee people have created designs with beads and other materials for millennia. The catalog explains the rich history of Cherokee beadwork that reaches hundreds of years through today.