The Library of Virginia’s Indigenous Perspectives exhibit highlights the commonwealth’s Indigenous history and how the tribes remain a vital part of Virginia’s culture today.
Join Historic Germanna in honoring Native American Heritage Month this November with a special Lunch & Learn Lecture with guest speaker Victoria Ferguson. Ferguson will highlight the emergence of Eastern …
The 7th Annual Pocahontas Reframed Film Festival, sponsored by Virginia Humanities, features an impressive lineup of films by and about Native people, alongside a number of special events to share the perspectives and stories of Indigenous life.
Our Virginia Indian Program is offering a selection of workshops available upon request between November and January. Learn more and request a workshop for your classroom or organization.
A powwow is a time for tribes to gather with one another and the public, providing a vibrant display of Native cultures. The public is always welcome to attend and enjoy the unique cultural foods, dances, and arts of each tribe.