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Chokma'si Gallery


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Physical Address

201 N. Broadway
Ada, Oklahoma 74820

Phone Numbers

Main Line: (580) 272-5520

Additional Info

Located in downtown Ada, art enthusiasts will find the Chokma'si gallery, the focal point of Chickasaw Nation Arts & Humanities building. Design and function meet in the 1,554 sq. ft. gallery with a serpentine detailed ceiling, self-healing sisal walls and directional track lighting adding to the creative environment, while accommodating diverse art exhibits. The gallery is destination for tourism, promoting the cultural and artistic expression of Native American artists.

The gallery features rotating the Chickasaw Nation permanent art collection, new exhibits highlighting Chickasaw and other Southeastern tribes. Chokma'si has become a community venue for local art organizations, groups, and hosts a regular calendar of events and exhibits.

Chokma’si gallery is also home to a fine gift shop filled with Native Art from local artists, handmade artistic gifts including:  jewelry, wood turned pens, pottery, sculpture, photography, original paintings, prints, textiles and official Pendleton products.

Other information

The Chickasaw Nation Arts & Humanities building offers wide range of classes and workshops to Chickasaw citizens and the surrounding community.

Hours of Operation:

Monday - Friday (8 a.m. to 5 p.m.)