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Photo: Celebrating Kiowa-Comanche Fashion Icon Jeri Ah-be-hill
Kiowa-Comanche Fashion Icon Jeri Ah-be-hill Walks On
There is a vision people have of a Native Woman, impeccably dressed for ceremony, making those swishing, jingling sounds at pow-wow or just standing in line for fry bread at Indian...
SWAIA’s Chief Development Officer Resigns
The Southwestern Association for Indian Arts (SWAIA) is sad to announce the resignation of Charlene Porsild, Chief Development Officer...
Art, Decolonized, in 2014: 4 Shows, a Photo Project, a Film and the Battle for Santa Fe
Colonization takes many forms and so does de-colonization, this has been a major talking point in all areas Native and has moved from conference breakouts to national TV debates ab...
Christmas Trees Meet Native Art in Santa Fe
This Saturday, when the turkey-induced post-Thanksgiving stupor has fully worn off, visitors to the Santa Fe Winter Indian Market will get a jumpstart on the Christmas season with ...
Trickster Art Photo: Romero’s Ceramic Coyotes
Artist as Trickster, Trickster as Art: Santiago Romero's Ceramic Coyotes [13 Photos]
At the 2014 Santa Fe Indian Market, I sat on the curb behind Santiago Romero’s booth for the better part of an afternoon, interviewing him and not at all minding the interruptions ...
Photo: Stunning Basket By Weaver Jeremy Frey
Pocahontas Beaded Jewelry Collab Wins Special Award at Santa Fe
Eclectic wearable metals artist Keri Ataumbi (Kiowa/Italian) came to Santa Fe Indian Market 2014 partnered with another think-outside-the-box fashion artist, Jamie Okuma (Luiseno/S...
Top Rug: Weaver Lola Cody Wins Best of Show at Santa Fe Indian Market
Weaver Lola Cody, Navajo, has won the Best of Show award at the 2014 Santa Fe Indian Market for a massive rug that interim COO Dallin Maybee calls "incredibly impressive." The proc...
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