"The MHMA collects, preserves, promotes, and facilitates access to items chronicling myaamia language, culture and history for the purpose of advancing knowledge and understanding of these to all tribal members as well as non-member researchers."
kiikinaana – Our Homes
This exhibit explores how myaamiaataweenki ‘the Miami language’ is an adaptive language that continues to live in Myaamia homes today. Learn about Myaamia dwellings while discovering how we describe household objects through an interactive vocabulary game!
keešhtookiki – They Created It: Contemporary Myaamia Art
The Eugene Brown Memorial Art Show
The Myaamia Heritage Museum & Archive will host the third Eugene Brown Memorial Art Show from June 12 – June 24, 2023, in conjunction with the Miami National Gathering Week. This show will be open to all Miami tribal citizens as well as their immediate family members. Divisions and categories have been set to include varied artists, art forms, and styles. Prizes and special awards will be presented.
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