Wóyake: Language in Lakota Art

Aktá Lakota Museum St. Joseph's Indian School, Chamberlain, SD

On Exhibit Now! Curated by David A. Meyer II Aktá Lakota Museum Assistant Curator The "Wóyake: Language in Lakota Art" exhibit features a stunning collection of paintings and artworks that celebrate the act of storytelling through words. From the Winter Count pictograph's silent narrative to pieces that incorporate written words, the exhibit highlights the versatility […]

STORY TIME WITH UŊČÍ & LALÁ
The Cottonwood Sings

Aktá Lakota Museum St. Joseph's Indian School, Chamberlain, SD

Join us for Story Time every Tuesday at 10:30 AM CDT. While the program is designed for elementary-age children, stories read by elders from the Lakota and Dakota communities will be captivating for children of all ages. Today our story is The Cottonwood Sings.  Written and illustrated by Alfreda Beartack-Algeo, Lakota. Published by 7th Generation. (May 2023) […]

STORY TIME WITH UŊČĺ & LALÁ
Tatanka and the Lakota People

Aktá Lakota Museum St. Joseph's Indian School, Chamberlain, SD

Join us for Story Time every Tuesday at 10:30 AM CDT. While the program is designed for elementary-age children, stories read by elders from the Lakota and Dakota communities will be captivating for children of all ages. Today our story is A Creation Story: Tatanka and the Lakota People.  Illustrated by Donald F. Montileaux, Lakota.  Published by […]

STORY TIME WITH UŊČĺ & LALÁ
The Raccoon and the Bee Tree

Aktá Lakota Museum St. Joseph's Indian School, Chamberlain, SD

Join us for Story Time every Tuesday at 10:30 AM CDT. While the program is designed for elementary-age children, stories read by elders from the Lakota and Dakota communities will be captivating for children of all ages. Today our story is The Raccoon and the Bee Tree.  Written by Charles A. Eastman and Elaine Goodale Eastman.  […]

STORY TIME WITH UŊČĺ & LALÁ
How the Oceans Came to Be

Aktá Lakota Museum St. Joseph's Indian School, Chamberlain, SD

Join us for Story Time every Tuesday at 10:30 AM CDT. While the program is designed for elementary-age children, stories read by elders from the Lakota and Dakota communities will be captivating for children of all ages. Today our story is How the Oceans Came to Be. Written by Arvis Boughman. Illustrated by Alfreda Beartrack-Algeo.  Published by 7th […]