Oklahoma City held as an example at creativity forum
A theatrical production presented by the Chickasaw Nation will close the 2010 Creativity World Forum. Three renowned Chickasaw artists, composer Jerod Tate, author/environmentalists and Pulitzer finalist Linda Hogan and award winning fiber artist Margaret Roach Wheeler bring Chickasaw culture to life in a scene from "Lowak Shoppala' -Fire and Light. Native Americans perform during the closing ceremony of the Creativity World Forum at the Cox Convention Center in downtown Oklahoma City Wednesday, Nov. 17, 2010. Photo by Doug Hoke, The Oklahoman
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