Gordon Yellowman Sr., of El Reno, OK, wears many hats. He is a father, husband, tribal chief, administrator, artist, educator, historian and community leader. Yellowman will be recognized as the 2010 Red Earth Festival Honored One during the 24th annual Red Earth Native American Cultural Festival scheduled June 18-20 at the Cox Convention Center in downtown Oklahoma City.
Nearly 500 runners are expected to participate in the 2010 Red Earth Festival Run scheduled June 19, at Regatta Park and River Trails along the Oklahoma River in downtown Oklahoma City.
The AT&T Red Earth Parade, which opens the annual Native American Cultural Festival on June 18th, features hundreds of participants in authentic tribal regalia, drum groups, tribal princesses, floats, bands and other participants.
When the 24th annual Red Earth Native American Cultural Festival opens at the Cox Convention Center Friday June 18, 2010 in downtown Oklahoma City, OK, more than 1200 American Indian artists and dancers from throughout North America will gather to celebrate the richness and diversity of their heritage with the world.
The Red Earth Festival is the largest event of its kind in the world.
Red Earth, Inc., which operates the Red Earth Museum and produces the award-winning Red Earth Native American Cultural Festival, has relocated its museum and office to 6 Santa Fe Plaza in downtown Oklahoma City.
The Red Earth Native American Cultural Festival, recognized as one of the largest performing arts event of its type, is the 2009 recipient of the “Outstanding Cultural Tourism” award presented by Frontier Country Marketing Association, a non-profit membership-based organization that promotes tourism in central Oklahoma.
Jereldine Redcorn is passionate about preserving the heritage and art of Caddo potters. Until recently she was one of the few living Caddo potters practicing the age old art. To acknowledge her body of work and her diligent efforts to revive the almost lost art form Red Earth, Inc will recognize Redcorn as the 2009 “Red Earth Honored One” during the 23rd Annual Red Earth Native American Cultural Festival scheduled June 5-7 in downtown Oklahoma City.
Red Earth, Inc. is the recipient of the 2008 Community Spirit Award for outstanding achievement in business excellence and leadership from the American Indian Chamber of Commerce Oklahoma City Chapter.
OKLAHOMA CITY, OK – State arts leader Betty Price, former executive director of the Oklahoma Arts Council, has been appointed to the newly created position of Chairman of the Red Earth Advisory Board. Members of the Red Earth Advisory Board provide advice and counsel to the Red Earth, Inc. Board of Directors.
Kathleen O’Meara Marks was named recipient of the 2008 Red Earth Spirit Award during the annual Buffalo Bash held recently at the home of Oklahoma Supreme Court Justice Yvonne Kauger.
Red Earth, Inc. has been named winner in the Best Website category of the 2008 Annual Awards presented by the Oklahoma Museums Association.
When the 22nd Annual Red Earth Native American Cultural opens at the Cox Convention Center Friday June 6, 2008 in downtown Oklahoma City, OK, nearly 2,000 American Indian artists and dancers from throughout North America will gather to celebrate the richness and diversity of their heritage with the world. For three exciting days Oklahoma City will be at the center of Native American art and culture in America.
The Board of Directors for Red Earth, Inc has elected a new slate of officers for FY 2008 who will oversee the operations of the Red Earth Museum at Omniplex and the additional programs of the organization, including the 22nd Annual Red Earth Native American Cultural Festival scheduled June 6-8, 2008 in downtown Oklahoma City.
Bronze bust of baseball legend to be unveiled 12th annual golf tournament for benefit of Red Earth Recognizes accomplish
The Oklahoma City Golf & Country Club is the setting for the 12th Annual Allie Reynolds Memorial Red Earth Golf Tournament to benefit year-round educational programming at the Red Earth Museum and Festival in Oklahoma City. The golf tournament, scheduled Monday, August 27, is a fitting tribute to Oklahoma native and Muscogee (Creek) Indian Allie Pierce Reynolds, one of the founding fathers of the Red Earth Museum and Festival.
Oklahoma City’s Red Earth Museum features an exhibition of visually stunning and culturally significant Cherokee pottery on view through August 31 at the museum located inside Omniplex in northeast Oklahoma City’s Adventure District. “Cherokee Pottery: People of One Fire” is currently on a nationwide exhibition tour organized and circulated by the Cherokee National Museum in Tahlequah, OK.
When the 21st Annual Red Earth Native American Cultural opens at the Cox Convention Center Friday June 1, 2007 in downtown Oklahoma City, OK, more than 1200 American Indian artists and dancers from throughout North America will gather to celebrate the richness and diversity of their heritage with the world.
Red Earth is a non-profit organization that was founded in 1978 and is dedicated to preserving the Native American cultural history and diversity. Red Earth needs your generous support to keep the Native American arts alive and flourishing. Red Earth membership packages offer many valuable benefits and opportunities. It also provides us with financial support to offer art and cultural programs to schools and the communities throughout the state.
Red Earth Museum focuses on importance of Eagle in new exhibition of paintings, sculpture, pottery and cultural artifact
A new exhibition entitled “The Eagle in American Indian Art & Custom” has opened at Oklahoma City’s Red Earth Museum with paintings, sculpture and pottery by some of the state’s most recognized contemporary and traditional American Indian artists. The exhibition is accompanied by numerous cultural artifacts culled from the archives of the Red Earth Museum.
Fridaylander Doug Cummings was named recipient of the 2006 Red Earth Spirit Award during a benefit auction & dinner held recently on the Fourth Floor Rotunda of the State Capitol. The evening featured a keynote address by Bill Anaotubby, Governor of the Chickasaw Nation, and a silent and live auction for the benefit of the Red Earth Museum and Red Earth Festival.