Seminole Art Scene from the Frontlines at History Fort Lauderdale
Seminole Art Scene from the Frontlines at History Fort Lauderdale

NOV 15 thru JAN 28

History Fort Lauderdale presents a full spectrum of contemporary works by multi-generational Native American artists. Honoring the history of the land we now call Fort Lauderdale and the legacy of Seminole Tribe ancestors, “Seminole Art Scene from the Frontlines” fine art exhibit will be the centerpiece of the history museum’s Native America Heritage Month celebration featuring works from Elgin Jumper, Jimmy Osceola, Jessica Osceola, Gordon Oliver Wareham, Brian Zepeda, Erica Deitz, Samuel Tommie and Stephanie Hall. The exhibit runs through January 28, 2019.

Free with Museum Admission. Admission is always free for members, military and children ages six and under.

“Seminole Art Scene from the Frontlines,” is part of History Fort Lauderdale’s “Fall in Love” Florida resident discount program. “Fall in Love” will offer residents a chance to experience history in the heart of Downtown Fort Lauderdale, participate in activities and view new exhibits at a discount. Visit through November 30 (some exclusions apply) and receive a discount for an annual membership which includes admission to hundreds of museums around the US through the Southeast Museums Reciprocal Program.*

For more information about History Fort Lauderdale, call (954) 463-4431 or visit us online at and follow us on Facebook at on Instagram @ftlhistory and on Twitter @FLLhistory.

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