Photo Gallery: Aambe! (Let’s Go!): A Native American Heritage Month Celebration

The opening celebration for Native American Heritage Month, featured free food, music by Native artists, and screen-printing custom Native art.

The College of Arts & Science and Four Directions Indigenous Peoples and Allies held the opening celebration of Native American Heritage Month at the Shack in the MU Student Center on Oct. 27.

The event featured music by Native artists, assorted appetizers and custom screen-printed Native art.

Melissa Horner, Ph.D candidate in the Department of Sociology and Native American Heritage Month committee chair, provides remarks.
Event participants gather during event.
Event participants enjoy a variety of appetizers.
A Cherokee Nation screen printer creates custom screen-printed Native art.
Participants talk at the event at the Shack.
An event attendee shows her custom screen-print design based on the theme elohi (the Cherokee concept of earth) and the natural world. 
Four Directions Indigenous Peoples and Allies members show their custom Four Direction buttons.