Here's What's Going on in Indian Country, Jan. 5 - 11


January 6, 2023

Cellicion Traditional Dance Group (Zuni) will be dancing at the Indian Pueblo Cultural Center on Jan. 7. (photo:

This week and next in Indian Country, an art exhibit exploring the MMIP crisis opens, a Los Angeles Indigenous wellness group welcomes the LA Native community, a Zuni dance group performs a weekly ceremonial dance, and much more.

Here is Native News Online's weekly round-up of arts, culture and entertainment offerings around Indian Country.

Exhibit Opening – No Rest: The Epidemic of Stolen Indigenous Women, Girls, and 2Spirits

Thursday, Jan. 12, 6:00 - 8:00 p.m. CST

Evanston, IL

The Mitchell Museum of American Indian will debut a thought-provoking traveling exhibit, No Rest: The Epidemic of Stolen Indigenous Women, Girls, and 2Spirits, to remember, honor, and illuminate the plight of countless Native individuals who go missing or are murdered each year through art and activism. Opening in January 2023, the exhibition features 35 original works from 12 collaborating Indigenous artists whose work draws attention to the crimes perpetrated against Native women and 2spirit individuals in the United States. 

Tales from the Archives – Chief Waukazoo's Band of Odawa Indians with Eric Hemenway


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