Culture

Osage Nation Museum roundtable discussion announced for Nov. 16

Untitled by Anita Fields. Clay, stains, gold luster glaze, commercial metal chain, ca. 2000. Courtesy Photo/ONMCollectionT1938.20.

The Osage Nation Museum is hosting a virtual roundtable titled, “Osage Women Creatives in Conversation: Navigating Osage Stories.”

The free event will be hosted via Zoom webinar on Tuesday, Nov. 16, from 7-8:30 p.m. According to an ONM press release, the roundtable will feature “Osage women creatives” Anita Fields; Jean Dennison, Ph.D.; Jessica Moore Harjo, Ph.D.; and Chelsea Tayrien with moderator, Alex Ponca Stock.

“Creative works often tell stories. The discussion will look at the approaches these Osage Women Creatives are utilizing in their practices as they navigate the telling of Osage stories in this historic time,” according to the release.

Registering in advance is required for the webinar:

https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_CAp4eaTCR2GSy9zH1pDAEQ

Founded in 1938, the ONM is the oldest tribally-owned museum in the United States. Admission and parking are free.