Treasured Traditions: A Statement of Place

The exhibit, "Treasured Traditions: A Statement of Place," and its related programming introduces five Iroquois communities and showcases the actively practiced visual art forms that define, express, and reinforce each of the communities distinct cultural identity.

Stone carving at Six Nations Reserve and raised beadwork at Tuscarora demonstrate tremendous endurance. Seneca basket making and traditional Oneida pottery represent expressions that have been lost, rediscovered, and resurrected. Lastly, we celebrate quiltmaking at Akwesasne‚ an artistic tradition that, although non-Native in origin, has come to bear a decidedly Iroquoian signature.
Recurring Daily every Sunday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday
Iroquois Indian Museum
Howes Cave, NY
Ticket Price: $8

324 Caverns Road
Howes Cave, NY 12092
United States

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