Category: Osage

American Indian Style Show – Part I

By Roseanne McKee Republished with permission of the Bartlesville Examiner-Enterprise “There’s no museum in the world that has all the Indian clothes. I have 50. The collection is stored in Tulsa and is insured,” said Osage elder Margaret Bird as she prepared her models…

Childhood Memories

By Roseanne McKee Republished with permission of the Bartlesville Examiner-Enterprise One evening when I was in Tulsa with my friends Mark and Linda Simms, they took me to Coney Island — a family-owned restaurant established in 1926. They said the restaurant had special significance…

Osage Murders — Author David Grann speaks at Grayhorse Village

By Roseanne McKee Republished with permission of the Bartlesville Examiner-Enterprise Osage member, Joe Conner, gave a slide presentation at a book signing held in Fairfax, Okla., at the Tallchief Theatre by author David Grann, who was promoting his new book “Killers of the Flower…

Ribbonwork a dying art

Republished by permission of the Examiner-Enterprise By: Roseanne McKee In June, while visiting the Water Bird Gallery, I ran into Kathryn Red Corn, who served as director of the Osage Museum for many years, was a member of the Osage Minerals Council and who…

Museum Field Trip Announced

Based on Press Release by: Osage Nation Communications Prog. Coord., Geneva HorseChief-Hamilton Pawhuska, Okla. (2/28/2018) – The Osage Office of the Chiefs, Osage Nation Museum (ONM), Osage Nation Prevention Program, Wahzhazhe Cultural Center and Osage Nation Child Care Department have organized a field trip…

Angel Tree Seeks Angels

By Geneva HorseChief-Hamilton, Osage Nation Communications Pawhuska, Okla., (Wednesday, November 22, 2017) — The goal is for every child to receive a Christmas gift. Every year, the Osage Nation Financial Assistance Department (ONFAD) hosts the Annual Tree of Gifts to support the spirit of…

Nutcracker Comes to the Osage

By: Roseanne McKee Dance Maker Performing Arts Academy will bring “The Nutcracker” ballet to the historic Constantine Theatre at 110 W. Main St. in Pawhuska on Dec. 9 at 7 p.m. Tickets are available in advance at Dance Maker’s Boutique at the Ole’ #1…

Osage Nation Language Dept. Announces new Mobile App!

Shown in Photo on Left: Master Osage Language Instructor, Mongrain Lookout. By Geneva HorseChief-Hamilton, Osage Nation Communications & Melissa Cole, Office of the Director of Operations of the Osage Nation​ Pawhuska, Oklahoma (November 2, 2017) Social Media is stirring with excitement regarding the Osage…

Nutcracker Ballet coming to Pawhuska this Christmas Season

By: Roseanne McKee The Dance Maker Performing Arts Academy will host an elegant evening of hor d’oeuvres and dessert at 7 p.m. on Oct. 21, at the Elks Lodge in Pawhuska to preview plans to produce the Nutcracker Ballet at Pawhuska’s Constantine Theatre on…

Osage Ballet Performs and Osage Family Sculpture Unveiled

By: Roseanne McKee The Osage Ballet will hold a special, one-evening performance of Wahzhazhe, an Osage Ballet, on Sept. 8 at the Leach Theatre in Rolla, Mo., at 7:30 p.m. The Leach Theatre, where the Osage Ballet will perform on the evening of Sept….

Osage Nation Museum to hold Holiday Ornament Craft Workshop

By: Hallie Winter, Osage Nation Museum Curator Pawhuska, OK—The Osage Nation Museum is happy to announce the award of a Charitable Grant from the Osage Nation Foundation. This grant will be used to fund the 1st Annual Creative Community Holiday Ornament Craft Workshop. The…

A Guided Tour of the Osage Nation Museum with Curator, Hallie Winter

By: Roseanne McKee Curator Hallie Winter, who became the museum’s curator in May 2016, spoke to Pawhuska People about the updates she and Collections Manager, Callie Martin, are making at the Osage Nation Museum. Describing her vision, Curator Hallie Winter said: “What we wanted…