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Photo courtesty of ᎺᎵ ᏔᎻᏏᏂ Mary W. Thompson, Hoot Eye, 2019. Photograph by Alyssa Ruberto.
Established in 1948, the Museum of the Cherokee Indian is one of the longest operating tribal museums in the country. Recognized for its innovative storytelling, the Museum features exhibits, artwork, and hands-on technology that brings Cherokee history and culture to life.
The nation’s oldest and foremost Native American cooperative featuring Cherokee handicrafts using techniques passed down from generation to generation.
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Featuring classic and contemporary work from all Native American artists.
Explore a network of craft studios and galleries in Cherokee along the Blue Ridge Craft Trails, including "ᏔᎷᏣ The Basket" consulting artist Mary Thompson's Studio Cherokee Baskets and Vessels.
Learn more about Blue Ridge Craft Trails.
Believe it or not, the Cherokee Indian Hospital showcases a top notch collection of Eastern Band of Cherokee Indian artworks. See for yourself!
Learn more about Cherokee Indian Hospital.