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Stunning photos by Amy Morris from the 25th Native American Festival at Moundville Archaeological Park
The 25th Native American Festival at the Moundville Archaeological Park in Alabama took place this past weekend and Amy Moris was there to capture the dancing, celebrating, artists...
Warm Springs Traditional Powwow and Historic Celebration
On September 29, 2012 the Warm Springs Tribes will complete a three-day horse trail ride connecting to the footprints of their ancestors while marking the trail from the Warm Sprin...
Baskets Tell the Story at Santa Fe Museum
An ongoing major cultural exhibit at the Museum of Indian Arts & Culture , New Mexico, delves deeper into basket making and how it plays a significant role in the lives of Amer...
First Nations Artists Sell Work at Victoria Waterfront
Strolling along the waterfront in Victoria, British Columbia, one's glance is arrested by artists' wares: wood carvings, Cowichan woolen items and other First Nations art...
Weaver Crane Day Gets Medieval on Pueblo Gothic
Crane Day , Osage, says the loom is his mistress. The award-winning hand weaver knew it from the time he first sat at the loom, 50 years ago...
A Wealth of Indian Crafts in Tucson, at the Fringe of Mineral Madness
Weaver Takes Traditional Craft Into World of Contemporary Art
Since 2008, the prestigious annual Architectural Digest Home Design Show has incorporated a special section—MADE—for artists and designers of limited-edition or one-off art objects...
Well-Woven: Four Generations of Basketweavers
Debra Utacia Krol
On a perfect summer day in the Sierra Nevada foothills, basketweavers from across California gather in the Gold Rush–era town of Ione for fellowship, friendly displays of their ski...