Women-led, the Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls Movement (MMIWG) increases awareness for staggering violence, disappearances, and exploitation against Indigenous peoples, especially women.
Sacred landscapes are the foundation of cultural resilience. Stories of sacred environments are weaved into the cosmologies, world views, and cultural practices of Indigenous peoples. For Indigenous groups, their religious, […]
In the fifteenth fall, the Plains Indian Museum hosted high school students, tribal elders, and instructors from St. Labre Indian School in Ashland, Montana. The student’s fall visit is part […]
Artists-in-Residence Robert Martinez, John Hitchcock, and John Pepion demonstrate award-winning artistic styles
In the months of July and August visitors to the Buffalo Bill Center of the West’s Plains Indian Museum have the opportunity to interact with award-winning artists Robert Martinez, John […]
In our 38th year, the first Center Powwow was held on the top of a flatbed trailer as a dancer demonstration. Today, we are the premier powwow hosted by a […]
“Looking at old pictures had also opened my mind up to do more research about my ancestors. Bringing back new ideas and new thoughts from the museum helped me want […]