The Indian University of North America®, a unique partnership between the Crazy Horse Memorial Foundation and the University of South Dakota, began in 2010 and is designed to validate, empower, and inspire Native American students from around the nation, while helping them foster the skills, knowledge, and habits required for success at the college level […]
The Pine Ridge Christmas adventure started in 1990 and always brings smiles to workers and visitors as they witness the veritable sea of Christmas presents, bags, bicycles and other fun toys…start to take over the Laughing Water Restaurant at Crazy Horse Memorial. In past years the smiling face of Ruth Ziolkowski could also be seen as she made […]
Visitors at Crazy Horse Memorial December 11, 2014, were able to witness progress as a blast removed 324 tons of granite from the Mountain at the 340 bench. Please visit our gallery for photos from previous blasts and events at the Memorial http://crazyhorsememorial.org/photo-gallery/.
By: Hillary L. Presecan -Administrative and Collections Assistant for INDIAN MUSEUM OF NORTH AMERICA® at Crazy Horse Memorial. If you were to ask folks around Pine Ridge Reservation, at local art and cultural centers, or at any community event about Nellie Two Bulls, many would smile and share a heartwarming story on how “Grandma Nellie” […]
In celebration of Christmas and the New Year, Crazy Horse Memorial Foundation is pleased to announce it will waive admission to the Memorial with 3 cans of food per person for the KOTA Care and Share Food Drive every weekend (Friday, Saturday, and Sunday) beginning Friday December 5, 2014 and extending through Sunday January 4th. […]
Visitors at Crazy Horse Memorial December 3, 2014, were able to witness progress as a blast removed 23 tons of granite from the Mountain at the 340 bench. Please visit our gallery for photos from previous blasts and events at the Memorial http://crazyhorsememorial.org/photo-gallery/.
Visitors at Crazy Horse Memorial November 19, 2014, were able to witness progress as a blast removed 125 tons of granite from the Mountain at the 340 bench. Please visit our gallery for photos from previous blasts and events at the Memorial http://crazyhorsememorial.org/photo-gallery/.
The Brunk Collection of Western Apache Bi-chrome Basketry The rich and vibrate culture of the Western Apache people is one that can be told through the delicate detail of every woven basket created by hand from an Indigenous culture which passed down the tradition of weaving from one generation to the next. Basket weaving […]
CRAZY HORSE MEMORIAL WILL HOST A SUNDANCE FESTIVAL FILM IN A SPECIAL FREE SHOWING NOVEMBER 20th IN THE MEMORIAL’S DIGITAL THEATERS
Crazy Horse, SD – Crazy Horse Memorial has been selected as the site of one of the special showings of a special new film. The film from Executive Producer Robert Redford follows three young Native Americans, an adopted girl, a rebellious father-to-be, and a promiscuous teen, as they strive to escape the hardships of life […]
Crazy Horse Memorial has progressed through a great many changes and stages of transformation since the June 3rd, 1948, dedication of the one-of-a-kind educational and humanitarian project. What began as a dream, turned into a friendship sealed with promise, and continues to unfold as a story unlike any other, has now entered its fourth era […]