NIMI OFFICE
Cherokee Artist Bill Glass, Jr. - Sculpture
"Black Elk Speaks" - a production of the American Indian Theatre Company of Oklahoma - 1984, starring Will Sampson, David Carradine, and Wes Studi. Performing Arts Center, Tulsa, Oklahoma
Council Oak Tree in Tulsa

OUR MISSION


The National Indian Monument and Institute (NIMI) is the parent company of the Greater Tulsa Indian Art Festival, the American Indian Theatre Company of Oklahoma, and the American Indian Arts Association.

NIMI is an national non-profit organization actively promoting and creating Native related programs and preserving those cultures through the arts and education. Our mission is to honor, preserve, sustain, and celebrate American Indian cultures. To do so, we have plans to build an intertribal cultural center in Tulsa.
To further this, we are currently raising money to build an American Indian Cultural Center and Museum Complex. The intention of the Center is to provide a facility of cultural exchange--languages, theatre, arts, cuisine, history, and most importantly, friendship. 


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To further this, we are currently raising money to build an American Indian Cultural Center and Museum Complex. The intention of the Center is to provide a facility of cultural exchange--languages, theatre, arts, cuisine, history, and most importantly, friendship. 

GREATER TULSA INDIAN ART FESTIVAL
FEBRUARY 10-11-12, 2017
Glenpool Conference Center
Hwy 75 & 121st, Glenpool, OK


2017 FESTIVAL THEME: "HONORING NATIVE AMERICAN ATHLETES"



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