Clotilda: The Exhibition at the Africatown Heritage House is not just a story of a ship
Jessica Fairley, “Clotilda: The Exhibition at the Africatown Heritage House is not just a story of a ship,” Africatown Heritage House Manager.
Whispers From the Waters: Connecting Ancestral Memory Through the History and Archaeology of the São José Paquete de Africa and the Clotilda Shipwrecks
By: Kamau B. A. Sadiki, Board Member and Lead Instructor, Diving With a Purpose
Out of the Earth: Revitalising Choctaw Traditional Art
Dr. Ian Thompson, Tribal Historic Preservation Officer & Senior Director of Choctaw Nation's Historic Preservation Department. Free public talk with the Alabama Archaeological Society, Southwest Chapter.
Marx Library Auditorium
Choctaw Foodways: Cooking Demonstration
Join members of Choctaw Nation of Oklahoma as they recreate Choctaw dishes using traditional cooking methods. All are welcome!
USA Archeology Museum Native Plants Garden
10:30 a.m. - 1:30 p.m.
Choctaw Traditional Arts: Open-Pit Firing
Join members of Choctaw Nation of Oklahoma as they demonstrate the traditional Choctaw art of open-pit firing. All are welcome!
Alabama Archaeology Day
Featuring Atlatl Throwing, Flintknapping, and Living History Demonstrations!
1-10 Mobile River Bridge Archaeology Project Open House!
FREE Admission! FUN Activities!
10 a.m. - 7 p.m.
Creepy Crawley Halloween at the Museum
Featuring a show and tell at NOON by Dr. Jason Strickland with the USA Biology Department about our own Gulf Coast "creepy crawlies," an all day pumpkin painting with the Center for Archaeological Studies, and a walk through the trick or treat trail.
Admission is free and open to the public.
10 a.m. - 2 p.m.
We are the Land, and the Land is Mother to Us All
Native Feminisms and Environmental Justice in the Work of Four Contemporary Din Artists by Dr. Betsy Hawley, USA Art History Faculty.