The Death and Renaissance Art Exhibit premiering at the first annual Bentonville Dia De Los Muertos Festival, November 2 and 3, is the perfect opportunity to showcase your artistic talent. Submit up to two 22” x 28” original pieces by October 15 for consideration. For more information, email Sherri Esarte at firstname.lastname@example.org or Lulu Valverde at email@example.com.
Take a piece of MONAH and your day with Our Front Porch home with you! The first 50 people will enjoy a "talking feather" make and take opportunity. A wonderful way to foster listening among a group and a fantastic way to remember to remember your day with us, this fun craft will bring everyone together!
The Museum of Native American History (MONAH) in Bentonville is excited to welcome the 25th Annual Trail of Tears Commemorative Motorcycle Ride. Meet the riders and learn more about the organization.
Join Sam Scinta and Bobby Bridger for an exploration of challenges faced by writers and get tips on how to navigate them.
Join MONAH for a workshop on the spiritual significance of Lakota Bows and Arrow, led by Joseph Marshall III. No Cost. Ticketed Event.
Join MONAH at Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art for their outdoor Forest Concert Series featuring the musical talents of Brooke Simpson, Xiuhtezcatl Martinez, and Digging Roots. The evening will also include Bunky Echo-Hawk creating a live painting during the performance.
An extra special Storytime at the Museum led by Cherokee author Brad Wagnon!
Join us of the first in our new series of hands-on art-making workshops! Learn about Cherokee culture while creating your own traditional double-walled basket to take home. All supplies will be provided.
Led by Matthew Anderson of the Cherokee Arts Center, this casual evening will include hors d'oeuvres, step-by-step instructions at your own pace, and opportunities to dive into Cherokee history and culture.
Space will go quickly; Register today!
MONAH is honored to begin its 2018 Native Conversations series in partnership with the House of Songs as we welcome Torres to both the stage and the podium. A dynamic and multi-talented speaker and blues harmonica player, Torres will punctuate his talk on the significance of water and Native resource management with performance, backed by local band Lost John.