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Lisa Telford: Celebrating the Beauty of Nature
The ancestors would recognize the materials, patterns and tight weave of Lisa Telford’s baskets and hats, the softness and warmth of her cedar capes...
PBS Art:21 Episode “Spirituality” Featuring Navajo Artist John Feodorov
Watch the full episode . See more ART:21...
Alienation and Native Culture in John Feodorov’s Art
Forget the Information Age—ours is the Age of Alienation. At least that's how multimedia artist John Feodorov, Navajo, feels...
Emily Johnson: Dancing Her Way Back to Alaska
Sixteen years ago, Emily Johnson moved from her home in rural Alaska to Minneapolis intending to become a physical therapist. Then dance happened...
Filmmaker Christen Marquez Unravels Her Woven Name
What's in a name? For Christen Marquez, quite a bit. The story of her film “Haku Inoa: To Weave A Name” began before she was born...
William R. Wilson: Navajo Artist of the Post-Apocalypse
Lisa Gale Garrigues
A Navajo man in a gas mask stares into the camera, the land sprawling behind him in a luminous haze of post-apocalyptic beauty...
Saved by Art: Muralist Ricardo Mendoza
Los Angeles-based artist and designer Ricardo Mendoza remembers the life-changing eye injury he suffered while playing in a Little League baseball game when he was 15 years old...
Sonya Kelliher-Combs’ Art of Lines and Shadows
When an art teacher told a class of students that only one of them would be a practicing artist in 20 years, Sonya Kelliher-Combs accepted his statement as a challenge...