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Arts and Entertainment

ICTMN Staff
8/14/12
The Native Cinema Showcase runs from August 13-19 in Santa Fe, NM, concurrent with the flurry of arts activity known as Santa Fe Indian Market week, which culminates in the massive...
Vincent Schilling
8/14/12
In November 2009, Santa Fe Preparatory School in Santa Fe, New Mexico sent out a newsletter announcing a self-study curriculum in which Native teenagers would study the Tewa langua...
ICTMN Staff
8/13/12
Recently PBS Newshour profiled the issue of private gas drilling on public lands as part of a series the network is doing to study changes in U.S. energy production...
ICTMN Staff
8/13/12
The Native Cinema Showcase runs from August 13-19 in Santa Fe, NM, concurrent with the flurry of arts activity known as Santa Fe Indian Market week, which culminates in the massive...
ICTMN Staff
8/13/12
Steven Paul Judd, Kiowa/Choctaw, is known primarily as a filmmaker; with writing partner Tvli Jacob he penned and/or directed American Indian Graffiti: This Thing Life (2003), Sear...
Gale Courey Toensing
8/13/12
If this were The Onion , the headline would be something funny like MIDDLE-AGED WHITE WOMAN FINDS GOD IN LAKOTA SWEAT LODGE...
Wilhelm Murg
8/12/12
Robby McMurtry, who was of Comanche descent, was a pillar of the community in the small town of Morris, Oklahoma...
ICTMN Staff
8/12/12
Imitation may be the highest form of flattery, but when it comes to Native jewelry, that can breed contempt...
Dominique Godreche
8/11/12
Maori sculptor George Nuku makes art; he will tell you, though, that the art is what made him. “The stone, the wood, carved me,” he says...
Lee Allen
8/11/12
Like fallen trees in the forest, many hand-carved historical totem poles lay for years in abandoned Alaskan villages. They fell victim to decay, vandalism and souvenir hunters...

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