Throughout the year, the Indian Center offers various arts and crafts classes which allow the community to engage in a hands-on learning experience. These classes provide an opportunity for people to learn first-hand, from knowledgeable teachers, the customs and traditions of certain American Indian tribes​.

Some of the classes featured are clay sculpture, dream catchers, loom making and jewelry design and are taught by local American Indians.

Unless otherwise noted, classes are open to Indian Center members (at a discount) and the general public. Class size is limited to 12 students. School-aged children are welcome, but must be accompanied by an adult.

Please contact ​our Education Coordinator, Michelle Conine, for prices and additional information at (316) ​350-3345 or MConine@wichita.gov.​​​​
  • Saturday, March 10 & 24
    Beaded Baby Moccasins

    ​2-part class on beaded baby moccasins, taught by elder Sandra Hulsey. The first class will be beading the moccasin tops. You'll go home to complete your beadwork, then two weeks later return to construct the moccasins. All supplies provided - $50 fee ($45 for members).

  • Friday, March 30
    Keeper Loves ICT on Canvas

    ​Time: 7-9pm

    Show off your artistic flair and Wichita pride in this painting class. The fee is $20 for a 11" x 14" canvas and all supplies. Doors open at 6:30. Guest can bring wine, beer, spirits or non-alcoholic beverages and snacks. Space is limited to guests 21 and older.