Today, TAG delivers unique services to other-American and American Indian visitors. It provides cultural sessions by Native artists who come to the Gallery to present and explain their paintings, sculptures, and “hands-on” regalia, clothing, tools and pipes. Also for other-American artists, TAG offers space for art exhibits, visual arts, poetry slams, and the “spoken word” workshops.
For the American Indians themselves, TAG affords not only professional exhibit space but a gift-shop where they can sell their art. Also, TAG has become a place for American Indian music, with the drums, the flute, the guitar played today as in the past. The American Indian musicians also freely use non-Native musical genres like Blues, Rock, Country, and Hip-Hop. Lastly, they hold shows blending together their music with the American-Indian dance.
For school children, TAG offers many items: hands-on exhibits, native games, age-appropriate art activities, a library, native music and dance, a tee-pee, the large map on the floor with Indian nations and tribes depicted as they were in the early 1800s, and white board walls for drawing on.
Finally TAG makes speaking presentations at schools, parents groups, business clubs, the Schaumburg Garden Club, and other places.