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09/08/2022
MU, BCRTA partner to celebrate 50th anniversary of Myaamia relationship
Oxford bus features artwork highlighting Myaamia language.
08/17/2022
A Class Act - Art and Its Markets adds to Art Museum collection
The Spring 2022 section of Art and Its Markets led by Professor Michael Hatch helps the Miami University Art Museum acquire four more works for the collection.
08/09/2022
Myaamia Center Receives Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Grant
Funding will develop an assessment and evaluation protocol regarding health and wellness within the Miami Tribe of Oklahoma.
08/09/2022
Daryl Baldwin NEH Testimony Video
YouTube video of Myaamia Center Executive Director Daryl Baldwin's congressional briefing to the National Endowment for the Humanities.
05/17/2022
One Model of Tribal and University Relations
Diverse Education article about the education model shared by the Miami Tribe of Oklahoma and Miami University.
04/08/2022
Myaamia Center wins grant, celebrates milestone
As it prepares to celebrate a milestone in history, Miami University’s Myaamia Center will tap a grant of more than half a million dollars to support its programming. Babs Dwyer, Oxford Observer, April 8, 2022
03/28/2022
The Two Miamis
A sovereign tribal nation in Oklahoma. A public university in Ohio. And a relationship that has led to the first generation in nearly 100 years learning to speak the Myaamia language. US News and World Report, March 29, 2022
03/17/2022
Myaamiaki Conference to highlight Myaamia language and culture revitalization
The Myaamia Center — the Tribe’s research arm located in Bonham House on the university’s Oxford campus — will hold its ninth biennial conference at the Armstrong Student Center from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Saturday, April 9. https://miamioh.edu/news/2022/03/myaamiaki-conference-to-highlight-myaamia-language-and-culture-revitalization.html Margot Kissell, Miami University Communications, March 17, 2022
01/27/2022
Miami University Art Museum receives grant funding from FotoFocus Biennial
Miami University Art Museum is pleased to announce that it has received awards totalling $10,000 from FotoFocus, the Cincinnati-based nonprofit organization created to celebrate and champion photography as the medium of our time through programming that ignites a dialogue between contemporary lens-based art and the history of photography.