Red Earth Festival adds sculpture exhibit; helps Oklahoma City become epicenter of American Indian culture this weekend
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Andrew Whiteshirt, 19, dances during the 2011 Red Earth Festival. Photo by Ashley R. West, The Oklahoman Archives.
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From Friday’s Weekend Look section of The Oklahoman.
Red Earth Festival adds sculpture exhibit at Myriad Gardens Along with Red Earth, the Jim Thorpe Native American Games, deadCenter Film Festival and Native American New Play Festival are celebrating American Indian culture this weekend.
From sculptures and stickball to new plays and restored film, an array of American Indian traditions, stories and festivities will enliven Oklahoma City this weekend.
“This weekend, Oklahoma City is going to be epicenter of Native art and culture and sports in the country,” said Eric Oesch, deputy director of the Red Earth Native American Cultural Festival.
“It is THE destination.”
The 26th annual Red Earth Festival will bring its famed parade, dance competition, art market, youth activities, cultural cuisine and more F
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