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Our Mission: Enlightening Through Contemporary Arts on Idigenous Culture

The organization will be dedicated to educating the general public about Native American heritage through song, dance, theater, works of art and other cultural forms of expression. The alliance plans to represent Indigenous / Native American / BIPOC and Two-Spirit artists from all tribal nations in and around Oklahoma. Through various artistic mediums, artists can share their stories and tribal histories, fostering understanding and knowledge of Indigenous peoples.

The arts alliance also will host festivals, workshops, theater presentations and educational programs, addressing stereotypes and fostering an awareness of Native cultures from a historical standpoint, with a focus on contemporary cultural practices.


Our Goal

We aim to educate and delve into the rich tapestry of Indigenous Culture, heritage, and history, using contemporary artistic expressions.  While our focus remains on the historical tribal nations of Turtle Island, we also strive to offer a broader perspective on Indigenous viewpoints.

What We’ve Accomplished:

  • Facilitated community gatherings to share insights into all Indigenous nation’s music, art, and history.
  • Received award submission to participate in the Western Design Conference with multiple artist under the IAA umbrella.
  • Hosted podcasts and radio show on KOSU and KGOU, addressing Indigenous tribal issues related to the arts, and showcasing Indigenous musicians and pow-wow music.
  • Contributed to books such as “We the Interwoven, v2” as contributing author.
  • Organized fundraisers for the 2 Spirt Fest and art exhibit “Dual Harmony” in partnership with Twisted Arts, Oklahoma Humanities and TU.
  • Spoke at various community events.