The first weekend in November is going to be AMAZING at Angel Mounds!

On November 2nd, the site will host “Cultural Beadwork of Indiana’s Native Peoples”, a hands-on workshop about the history, culture, and art of Native American beadwork. Led by award-winning artist Katrina Mitten, the workshop will guide participants through the history and process of traditional beadwork and how Katrina’s heritage and experiences as a member of the Miami Tribe of Oklahoma influences her artwork. All supplies will be provided.
 
Cost: $30/non-ISMHS member; $25/ISMHS member
 
Registration is REQUIRED. Space is limited! To register, call or email Elizabeth Bostelman at 812-853-3956 or ebostelman@indianamuseum.org. Payment must be made at time of registration.
 

On November 3rd and 4th, continuing the tradition from the last 9 years, the site will be hosting award winning Native American artists from around the United States. The art ranges from fine silver-smithed Navajo and Santo Domingo jewelry to Miami bead work to Cherokee flutes to Potawatomi paintings.
 
There will be an opening night reception held on Friday November 2 from 6:00-8:00.
 

Also on Saturday November 3rd, Angel Mounds will be the hosting Evansville Dia de los Muertos’s Day of the Dead Celebration!
 
Honor the memory of the departed and experience our community’s cultural diversity as we celebrate this uniquely Mexican holiday. Enjoy dance performances, lectures, authentic food and hands-on activities. Admire our beautiful ofrenda room, where candles illuminate highly decorative, temporary altars to those we remember. This year we are proud to present the Chicago-based traditional Mexican folk music and dance ensemble, Sones de México, who, as part of their main performance at 3:30pm, will be working with local songwriters to create and perform a corrido, or tragic ballad.
 
The celebration will run from 10am-6pm.