2019 Exhibit & Events Schedule
February 7 – April 6
26th Annual Warm Springs Tribal Youth Art Exhibit
Each year, the Museum celebrates the creativity and talent of our local young artists. Discover masterpieces created by the youth of Warm Springs, and see firsthand how art can positively affect young minds. This exhibit is a celebration of vibrant creativity unlocked by tribal youth, from preschool to high school. Art through the eyes of our young artists is such a refreshing exhibit!
Edward Heath Photography
10:00 – 4:00 Museum Lobby
Warm Springs Photographer, Edward Heath will display and speak about a selection of his photographs. Edward is an award winning photographer, with the best timing for the perfect picture. Read More Here.
April 18 – June 8
Babies First Home Exhibit
Cradle Boards from The Confederated Tribes of Warm Springs. Cradle Boards are important to a baby, providing warmth and security. During a baby’s first few years, they may have up to three or four baby boards going up in size as needed. From fully beaded buckskin cradle boards, to Pendleton fabric or cloth, each cradle board is made with love and good thoughts for the baby. This exhibit will feature cradle boards from our collections and from the Warm Springs community. Read More here.
Birding Without Borders
Traveling to 41 Countries in 2015 with a backback and binoculars, Noah Stryker became the first person to see more than half the world’s 10,000 species in one year. As part of The Jefferson County Community Read Program, “Birding Without Borders,” Noah Stryker will be presenting at several places here in Central Oregon. On Friday, May 17, Mr. Stryker will be here at our Museum. Beginning at 10:30 am, he will have a Birding session on our Nature Trail, then at noon, he will have a presentation in the Museum lobby. For Poster- Click Here.
June 27 – September 28
RESILIENCE: The Boarding School Experience of Warm Springs and beyond
Boarding Schools have had lasting impacts good and not so good for many Native American children. You will see and hear first hand observations from some that have lived the boarding school experience. Some memories will be heartfelt, poignant, sad, bitter, but most important, it will be the truth, as remembered by the students, now parents and grand parents.
In the decades past, families were not given the choice for their children to attend boarding schools. Over time, it became a choice, tribal high school students are now opting to attend boarding schools, finding positive learning experiences. You will see and hear their memories as well.
You do not want to miss this meaningful, candid account of Boarding Schools, then and now.
October 24, 2019 – January 11, 2020
26th Annual Warm Springs Tribal Member Art Exhibit
From Bead work, to painting, weaving, ceramics, drawing and more, there are numerous mediums used in creating art. This exhibit focuses on art work from our Tribal member adult artists in two categories, Traditional art and Contemporary art. This is a juried art exhibit featuring top awards in the two categories for the “Judges Choice Award.” Join us as we celebrate our creative artists! Some of the artwork will be for sale.