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  • Title: Tamástslikt Cultural Institute
    Descriptive info: .. Visit Us.. Hours Admissions.. Contact Us.. Contact List.. Helpful Links.. Exhibits Events.. Press Releases.. Get Involved.. Membership.. Donations.. Shop Dine.. Online Store.. View Cart.. Kinship Cafe.. Your Meetings.. Unique Spaces.. Catering.. Education.. Tamastslikt Celebrates 15th Anniversary.. AUG 1-31.. Immerse yourself in the history, culture and hospitality of the people who have lived on this land for more than 10,000 years.. Come to Tamástslikt Cultural Institute and experience the storied past,  ...   a Living Culture Village.. More than just a museum, Tamástslikt celebrates the traditions of Cayuse, Umatilla and Walla Walla Tribes.. With dramatic exhibits, renowned artwork and interesting and yes, fun events year-round.. Tamástslikt Cultural Institute offers a 10,000-year voyage in a single afternoon.. New! Blog.. TamÁstslikt cultural institute.. 47106 WILDHORSE BLVD.. , PENDLETON, OR 97801.. TEL: Main - (541) 966-9748.. Store - (541) 429-7703.. CAFE - (541) 429-7702.. FAX - (541) 429-7716..

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  • Title: Tamástslikt Cultural Institute
    Descriptive info: 47106 WILDHORSE BOULEVARD (Note new address!).. PENDLETON, OREGON 97801.. Tamástslikt Cultural Institute is located on the grounds of the Wildhorse Resort Casino, 10 minutes east of Pendleton.. From Interstate 84 take exit 216 and follow the signs five minutes to Wldhorse Resort Casino and the museum.. Coming from the north, take the Mission Highway exit from Highway 11, just northeast of Pendleton  ...   and the museum.. Click Here for a printable Vicinity Map.. Beautiful location and building, friendly staff, very inviting.. Wonderful blankets and photos in changing exhibit By far the best museum experience I have ever had, very alive and flowing.. Takes you to a different world and emotions.. I like how there is a direction to follow circular patterns.. Powerful Stuff!.. - Guest..

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  • Title: Tamástslikt Cultural Institute
    Descriptive info: MUSEUM STORE.. OPEN DAILY 9 AM-5 PM APRILthrough SEPTEMBER.. OPEN MON-SAT 9 AM-5 PM OCTOBER through MARCH.. KINSHIP CAFE.. OPEN DAILY 11 AM-2 PM APRILthrough SEPTEMBER.. OPEN MON-SAT 11 AM-2 PM OCTOBER through MARCH.. LIVING CULTURE VILLAGE.. Naami Nishaycht Our Village is open for visitation, free with museum admission;.. open every Saturday, 10am-4pm, from MEMORIAL DAY weekend through the LABOR DAY weekend.. ADMISSION to the Museum:.. Adults: $8.. 00.. Senior Citizens (Age 55+), Children, and Students: $6.. Family of 4: $17.. Age 5 and under: Free.. Group rates and interpreters available.. FIRST FRIDAYS ARE FREE! On the first Friday of every month, admission is free  ...   members of our partner institutions: Oregon Historical Society, Washington State Historical Society, and the Fort Walla Walla Museum.. AVAILABLE AT LOCAL LIBRARIES.. : FAMILY PASS PROGRAM - Thanks to Libraries of Eastern Oregon, free passes are available at local eastern Oregon libraries for families to visit Tamastslikt Cultural Institute.. This special initiative was made possible by funding from the Institute of Museum and Library Services.. Ask about it at your local eastern Oregon library.. Tamastslikt Cultural Institute is a.. BLUE STAR MUSEUM.. admitting families of active military free of charge all year long.. To find out about our Inwai Circle of Friends membership program,.. click here!..

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  • Title: Tamástslikt Cultural Institute
    Descriptive info: * Required Fields.. * First Name:.. * Last Name:.. Company:.. Address:.. City:.. State:.. Zip:.. * Email:.. Telephone:.. Fax:.. Comments:.. Please contact me as soon as possible regarding this matter..

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  • Title: Tamástslikt Cultural Institute
    Descriptive info: Department.. Phone.. Email.. Advertising & Marketing.. (509)540-0931.. liberty@getattitude.. net.. (541)429-7715.. eat@tamastslikt.. org.. Collections, Exhibits.. (541)429-7720.. randall.. melton@tamastslikt.. org.. Education, School groups.. (541)429-7723.. learn@tamastslikt.. Facilities Maintenance.. (541)429-7710.. mike.. cooper@tamastslikt.. Inwai Circle of Friends.. (541)429-7716.. alice.. johnson@tamastslikt.. Kinship Café.. (541)429-7702.. Living Cultural Village.. (541)429-7727.. marjorie.. wahneka@tamastslikt.. Museum Store.. (541)429-7703.. shop@tamastslikt.. Photography Collections.. (541)429-7712.. dallas.. dick@tamastslikt.. Press Relations.. Research Library, Archives.. (541)429-7721.. malissa.. minthorn@tamastslikt.. Room rentals, Guided tours.. info@tamastslikt.. Vendors.. (541)429-7705.. hilda.. alexander@tamastslikt.. Visitor Services.. (541)966-9748, (541)429-7700..

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  • Title: Tamástslikt Cultural Institute
    Descriptive info: Regional Chambers of Commerce.. Hermiston Chamber of Commerce.. Pendleton Chamber of Commerce.. Walla Walla Valley Chamber of Commerce.. Local and regional museums.. Children s Museum of Eastern Oregon.. Heritage Station, Umatilla County Historical Society.. Pendleton Round-Up Association and Happy Canyon Hall of Fame.. Pendleton Woolen Mills.. Pendleton Center for the Arts.. Fort Walla Walla Museum.. The Museum at Warm Springs.. Yakama Nation Museum.. Maryhill Museum of Art, Maryhill, WA.. National Park Service, Whitman Mission Historic Site, Walla Walla, WA.. National Oregon Trail Interpretive Center, Baker City, OR.. Discovery Center and Museum, The Dalles, OR..

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  • Title: Tamástslikt Cultural Institute
    Descriptive info: Click here for a printable schedule.. June 14 - August 11.. RIC GENDRON: RATTLE BONE.. Ric Gendron of the Colville Confederated Tribes has been a professional artist since the late 1970s creating a rich imaginative body of paintings and monoprints.. His paintings and mixed-media works express a contemporary and diverse visual vocabulary of traditional Upper Columbia Plateau Indian culture and iconography featuring images of traditional Upper Plateau dance and dance clothing, traditions still vibrantly alive in powwow and cultural celebrations; the interior Northwest s severe landscapes and abundant wildlife; American rock-and-roll, soul and blues music; and American popular culture including the comics, television and ethnic humor.. Gendron has shown and won awards at the Santa Fe Indian Market; the Heard Museum Indian Market; and Indian Art Northwest in Portland, Oregon.. He has exhibited at the Eiteljorg Museum in Indianapolis, IN, and many other galleries.. August 1 - 31.. Tamastslikt Celebrates 15th Anniversary.. Fifteen years ago, Tamástslikt Cultural Institute opened its doors with the intention of sharing the culture, traditions, history, and vision of the Cayuse, Umatilla, and Walla Walla Tribes.. Utilizing state-of-the-art exhibits and interactive displays, local, regional, and national history is interpreted through the voices, collective memories, objects, and images of their people.. When Tamástslikt opened in 1998 it was the only tribally-owned interpretive center on the National Historic Oregon Trail and it still is.. Today, it is also a nationally-certified Lewis Clark National Historic Trail interpretive site.. More than a half million guests have visited the Institute which is wholly owned and operated by the Confederated Tribes of the Umatilla Indian Reservation.. Over the years, Tamástslikt has expanded the range and caliber of exhibits in the changing gallery, increased the public programming and outreach activities, continued to enhance and build upon the permanent exhibits, and constructed a unique cultural experience in Naami Nisháycht, the Living Cultural Village.. This August, a full slate of activities is planned for the entire month and the public is invited to join the celebration.. Every Friday features free admission for everyone, special souvenir items are available in the Museum Store and all Pendleton Wool merchandise is marked down 30%, there is a raffle for a handcrafted wooden rocking horse, and daily Pepsi beverage giveaways.. Family Day on August 3, 10am-4pm, includes kids crafts, face painting, new kids stations in the exhibits, storytelling, and a PBJ sandwich Milk special.. On August 10, 10am-4pm, Culture Day showcases drumming and singing, Village demonstrations, kids stick games, and Tribal members in the permanent exhibits to share their personal perspective.. All 15-year-olds receive a free bison sloppy joe special at Kinship Café on August 15 from 11am-2pm.. They should bring identification.. As part of the opening festivities for the Andy Warhol: Cowboys Indians exhibit on August 23, the public is invited to a birthday party from 6pm-8pm dressed as a cowboy or Indian or they can suit-up and enter the Andy Warhol Lookalike Contest!.. Salmon Walk, an event hosted by the Confederated Tribes' Department of Natural Resources, culminates at Tamástslikt on August 24, with food and activities all day.. And on the final Saturday, August 31, the Annual Kidz Powwow, open to all kids up to age 12, kicks off at 1pm.. For a full calendar of dates and times,.. click here.. August 10 - 31.. Naamí Nisháycht: Living Culture Village Open Every Saturday.. With the price of admission, Tamastslikt visitors can experience the Naami Nishaycht outdoor living culture village at Tamastslikt Cultural Institute.. The village is open every Saturday, May 25-August 31, from 10am-4pm.. View replicas of traditional and prehistoric structures of Plateau Indian people and every weekend you can participate in such activities as storytelling, game playing, arts, or other  ...   to remove any trace of the artist from the art.. It can't be said that Warhol was sympathetic to either cowboy or Indian polity.. Notable in 'Cowboys and Indians' is that the more eclectic artifacts represent the American Indian than faces of personages.. The exquisite native art pieces may communicate more about tribal aesthetic values than cowboy icons convey about Americana.. Warhol was an avid collector of the kinds of American Indian artifacts pictured in the exhibit.. Warhol used color in alarming, seemingly random manipulation of images.. For example, the portrait of Teddy Roosevelt colors the president's face slate gray with red outlines.. Warhol was known for using candy-colored hues to create garish pop images.. The familiarity of the image was altered beyond reality.. James Peck, Curator, Rockwell Museum, wrote, Warhol with 'Cowboys and Indians' has deftly tapped into that vast reservoir of powerful images that somehow relate to reality, but also mystify it.. http://www.. rockwellmuseum.. org/Andy-Warhol-Cowboys-and-Indians.. html.. November 8 - January 4.. HEAD TO TOE: LANGUAGE OF PLATEAU INDIAN CLOTHING.. The 'Head to Toe' exhibit features clothing worn by the tribal peoples of the inland Columbia River Plateau, before and after incursions of newcomers began transforming the landscape.. Artifacts include such items as moccasins, headdresses, an elk tooth dress, and a seashell bridal veil.. The chronology of regalia tells a story of change among tribal society at various stages in northwest history.. The Cultural Trust gave a grant to the High Desert museum to develop the exhibit with objects from regional collections.. 'Head to Toe' features portions of the Doris Swayze Bounds collection, a 7,000-item collection of artifacts inherited by the High Desert museum.. WE WERE.. Watch and listen for Spilyáy, the magical Coyote of Legend-Time.. Find Spilyáy in Tamástslikt s major galleries: We Were, We Are and We Will Be.. Tamástslikt is a storyline museum and therefore does not merely document artifacts.. In the SEASONAL ROUND, the Natítayt (the people) follow the pre-contact lifestyle of subsistence in the abundant natural world, reflecting its balance and order.. Ambient sounds take the visitor to another time.. Visitors will hear horses rumbling across the grassy plateau, storytellers in the winter lodge, the bell and worshipers in the church.. They will hear a recreation of the 1855 Treaty Council of Walla Walla in the tribal language.. Audio, artistry and historic images, rare and beautiful artifacts create a broad sensory experience depicting our Tribal world.. WE ARE.. WELCOME--We're glad you are here.. American Indians didn't live only in the past.. Tribal people have survived and thrive in the contemporary world.. Cháwna mun na ámta--We will never fade.. WE ARE features our resilient people as soldiers and warriors, players in tribal government and the economy, leaders in salmon recovery success, balancing the modern with tradition, and still abiding by the Law of the Salmon.. WE WILL BE.. Dreams, visions, hopes and concerns of the tribal community are voiced in WE WILL BE.. COYOTE THEATER.. The 10-minute introductory Coyote Theater is open for visitors to enjoy.. Spilyáy, the magical coyote dominates the story, expressing wisdom and foolishness in a comic exposition of how the world came to be as it is today.. Witness Spilyay as he vanquishes the forces of destruction and saves the traditional foods for the Natítyayt.. On days other than First Friday, the Coyote Theater is accessible with admission.. SEASONAL HOURS.. From October through March, Tamástslikt Cultural Institute museum, store, and cafe are closed on Sundays.. From April through September, Tamástslikt welcomes you 7 days a week, 9am-5pm.. The architecture of each cultural center says, We are.. Proud.. Unique.. Permanent Tamastslikt seems to grow out of the surrounding plateau, regal and serene.. - Columbia Gorge Magazine 2006..

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    Descriptive info: Tamástslikt Media Kit.. Posted: Jul 23, 2013.. Tamastslikt Anniversary Calendar for August.. First Ever TEEN NIGHT at Tamastslikt July 19, 2013.. Posted: Jul 17, 2013.. Reservation Roadshow Returns July 13, 2013.. Posted: Jun 19, 2013.. Ric Gendron: Rattlebone Art Exhibit June 14, 2013.. Posted: May 16, 2013.. Local Trackers Share Their Tales May 18, 2013.. Living Culture Village Opens May 25, 2013.. Posted: May 1, 2013.. Living Culture Village Calendar 2013 May 25, 2013.. Mammoth Cup Entry Form May 3, 2013.. Posted: Apr 18, 2013.. Mammoth Cup Golf Tournament May 3, 2013.. Posted: Apr 16, 2013.. Firemaking May 4, 2013.. Fun with Tracks & Tracking April 20, 2013.. Wildlife Tracker to Speak at Pepsi Primetime March 28, 2013.. Posted: Mar 8, 2013.. Tamastslikt to Harness Wind Power March 5, 2013.. Posted: Mar 5, 2013.. Education Coordinator Resigns February 28, 2013.. Posted: Feb 28, 2013.. MAKE HEMP CORDAGE MARCH 2nd March 2, 2013.. Posted: Feb 11, 2013.. ARTWORKZ AWARDS ANNOUNCED  ...   AT TAMASTSLIKT January 14, 2013.. Posted: Jan 21, 2013.. KIDS BIKE DECORATING ACTIVITY December 15, 2012.. Posted: Dec 11, 2012.. CALL FOR ART, ARTWORKz Student Art Show December 17, 2012.. Posted: Nov 14, 2012.. RULES, ARTWORKz 2nd Annual Art Show December 17, 2012.. Posted: Nov 1, 2012.. ENTRY FORMS, LOAN AGREEMENT, Artworkz December 17, 2012.. ARTWORKz Poster 2013 Student Art Show December 17, 2012.. Posted: Oct 31, 2012.. TWO-UP-FLIERS, ARTWORKZ 2013 STUDENT ART SHOW December 27, 2012.. ATLATL MAKING AT COMMUNITY ACADEMY November 3, 2012.. Posted: Oct 22, 2012.. ARTIST GALLERY TALK OPENS NATIVE BIKES EXHIBIT November 10, 2012.. Posted: Oct 16, 2012.. RESERVATION ROUND-UPS ORAL HISTORY PANEL September 29, 2012.. Posted: Sep 17, 2012.. MUSIC AND WISDOM OF THE OPEN RANGE October 13, 2012.. Posted: Sep 5, 2012.. TRIBAL ELDERS TALK ABOUT RESERVATION ROUND-UPS September 29, 2012.. Posted: Aug 21, 2012.. AUGUST CALENDAR OF VILLAGE ACTIVITY August 11, 2012.. Posted: Aug 7, 2012.. Click Here.. for Press Release Archive..

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    Descriptive info: JOIN THE ÍNWAI CIRCLE.. When you visit Tamástslikt Cultural Institute, you enter a world that's centuries old.. And definitely new.. Through unique galleries, interactive displays and 15,000 square feet of exhibit space, visitors experience the life of the Cayuse, Umatilla and Walla Walla Tribes.. From artifacts dating back thousands of years  ...   Village, the focus is on both the past and the future.. Tamástslikt Cultural Institute is the very physical manifestation of the dreams and prayers of our ancestors.. -Tribal Elder.. Donation.. The native Tamástslikt Cultural Institute near Pendleton is not only an architectural masterpiece, but its didactive program also is very innovative..

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    Descriptive info: WHAT YOU CAN DO TO SUPPORT TAMÁSTSLIKT CULTURAL INSTITUTE.. Tamástslikt Cultural Institute offers a rich and compelling experience.. That s no more evident than when you join the Ínwai Circle of Friends.. It is your opportunity to be an integral part of everything we do.. Select the level of membership that fits your needs, enjoy the benefits, and accept our deepest gratitude for playing a vital role in ensuring the traditions, life ways, and histories of our Tribes endure and thrive.. YOU CAN BECOME A MEMBER AND ENJOY THESE SPECIAL BENEFITS:.. Free regular admission to all exhibits.. Advance notice of events, store and café specials (email only).. 20% discount at Museum Store.. 10% discount at Kinship Café.. Free regular admissions to our cultural partners: Oregon Historical Society, Washington State Historical Society, and Fort Walla Walla.. FRIEND - INDIVIDUAL MEMBERSHIP.. Receives special benefits for one person; one-time complimentary admission.. Price: $60.. SENIORS (55+) AND STUDENT MEMBERSHIP.. Receives special benefits for one person.. Price: $35.. ADVOCATE - FAMILY/GRANDPARENT MEMBERSHIP.. Receives special benefits; free admission for 2 listed adults and member children/grandchildren under 18 years of age; 4 complimentary admissions; one year subscription to Confederated Umatilla Journal.. Price: $85.. PATRON.. Receives special benefits; free admission for 2 listed adults; 4 one-time guest passes; one year subscription to Confederated Umatilla Journal; invitation to exclusive supporter events; recognition as Patron on supporter plaque; signed photo of CTUIR chiefs.. Price: $150.. SPONSOR.. Receives special benefits; free admission for 2 listed adults; 8 one-time guest passes; one year subscription to Confederated Umatilla Journal; invitation to exclusive supporter events; recognition as Sponsor on supporter plaque; free, guided tour for up to 15 guests ($150 value) OR 4-hour use of conference room or classroom ($100 value); signed photo of CTUIR chiefs.. Price: $250.. BUSINESS/CORPORATE.. Receives special  ...   at 541-429-7708 to discuss.. Price: $1,000.. YOU CAN DONATE TO YOUR FAVORITE ACTIVITY!.. In addition to the many needs that a non-profit museum faces, there are Tamástslikt activities that could be enjoyed by more families, children, and youth groups with your support.. Whatever your interest, your donation will go a long way toward supporting our mission and safeguarding the tangible icons of our culture.. We greatly appreciate anything you can do and look forward to welcoming you to our facility for many years to come!.. DRIVE THE BUS.. Your $200 will allow busses full of school children to visit Tamástslikt.. School budgets are tight but with your support, the children will not miss out on important cultural experiences.. Price: $200.. REACH OUT TO THE COMMUNITY.. Your gift of $150 will help cover the costs of outreach programs, classroom caches, and exhibits designed specifically for school and youth groups.. These programs sometimes have to take the place of a visit.. Hbut when young people are able to make the trip to Tamástslikt.. your donation can enhance their experience with activities like storytellers, cultural demonstrations, and elder visits.. CARE FOR THE COLLECTIONS.. A gift of $100 will go towards supplies, storage, conservation, and maintenance of the priceless items we have in our exhibits and archives so they can be enjoyed by generations to come.. Price: $100.. OPEN YOUR HEART.. As a non-profit entity, Tamástslikt Cultural Institute relies on fundraising, grants, donations, and memberships.. Your unrestricted gift of $100 or more will help us take care of the many, varied expenses and needs of our facility - such things as energy efficient lighting, increased handicap accessibility, new high quality exhibits, added seating for the elderly, improvement of our grounds, and additions to the Living Culture Village, to name a few..

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    Descriptive info: Add to the enjoyment of your visit to Tamástslikt Cultural Institute by having lunch or a snack at Kinship Café.. Open from 11am-2pm, Kinship Café offers a variety of American Indian-inspired foods, hot and cold beverages, and tempting pastries.. Kinship Café also caters on and off-site.. CHECK OUT OUR MENU..

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