Center for Native Americans in the Seattle Area
Daybreak Star Indian Cultural Center is Our Home
United Indians MISSION
Provide educational, cultural and social services that reconnect indigenous people in the Puget Sound region to their heritage by strengthening their sense of belonging and significance as Native people.
Internationally renowned Native American artist Terrance Guardipee’s unique Ledger Artwork and Catherine Black Horse’s award winning traditional clothing and regalia will anchor the long awaited re-opening of Daybreak Star’s Sacred Circle Gallery. The Exhibit will also feature works by Guardipee’s daughters, Bree and Victoria. The Guardipee-BlackHorse family, longtime participants
United Indians is Re-opening Sacred Circle Gallery and Gift Shop with a grant from Seattle’s Art Means Business Program United Indians of All Tribes Foundation is excited to announce the hiring of Artist Andrew Morrison as the Gallery and Gift Shop manager for the Sacred Circle Gallery at Daybreak Star
We need your help! Keep our programs going and center open- Double Your Donation thru 12-15 (up to $2000) Every year, United Indians of All Tribes Foundation brings culturally-enriching activities, and programming that changes lives, to thousands of Native Americans. Important Programs for United Indians We help mothers find safety,