This exhibition catalog provides an in-depth understanding of the signature exhibition, OKLA HOMMA. Notable First American scholars and advisors contribute essays that reflect the diversity of cultural perspectives and motivations evident in the exhibition, including our survival and perseverance as Indigenous people. OKLA HOMMA is one of the inaugural exhibitions presented by First Americans Museum.
About the Editors
heather ahtone (Choctaw/Chickasaw) is Senior Curator for First Americans Museum. She has worked in the Indigenous arts community since 1993 and regularly publishes and speaks on topics related to Indigenous arts and culture. She is dedicated to serving the global Indigenous arts community, with a focus on her beloved Oklahoma tribal community.
James Pepper Henry (Kaw/Muscogee [Creek]) is Director and Chief Executive Officer for First Americans Museum. In previous leadership positions, he has served at the National Museum of the American Indian, Anchorage Museum, Heard Museum, and Gilcrease Museum. He is currently also versing as Vice-Chairman for the Kaw Nation.