The All American Indian Center in Wichita is a great cultural resource for all Americans. The large building is used for indoor events, dances, etc and houses a museum and gift shop. Tuesdays mark lunches of Indian Tacos for Wichitans. During several occasions, the grounds of the Indian Center are full of Native Americans at the Pow-wows. Great culture, not just for the tourists and a proud people show the world their lifestyles both past and present. In the rear of the property, at the confluence of the Big Arkansas and Little Arkansas Rivers stands a wonderful monument to the Native American people designed by Blackbear Bosin--who was a favorite local artist. It is particularly beautiful at sunset and this was captured by my wife, Linda.
This is another picture of our 'Keeper of the Plains' artwork at the confluence of the Big and Little Arkansas rivers.