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SFIM Spotlight: Vincent Kaydahzinne, Into the Apache Past with Cochise and Chato
Vincent Kaydahzinne ( www.kaydahzinnestudios.com ) is one of the hundreds of Native artists whose work will be on display at the Santa Fe Indian Market this weekend (August 18-19)...
SFIM Spotlight: Mark Fischer Sculpts Stories Left Behind
Mark Fischer ( turtleclanart.com ) is one of the hundreds of Native artists whose work will be on display at the Santa Fe Indian Market this weekend (August 18-19)...
Hubbub Over 12-Foot 'Vagina' in Front of Wasilla High School
A sculpture installed in front of Wasilla High School in Wasilla, Alaska has raised eyebrows and hackles because some who've seen it feel it resembles a vagina...
The Future, Set in Clay
Mention "prophecy" in the year 2012 and many people will think of the ending of the Mayan long-count calendar, a generally misunderstood event that will occur on December 21...
Shunned Columbus Statue May Be Erected in Puerto Rico
A controversial statue of Christopher Columbus, built 20 years ago and intended commemorate the 500th anniversary of his arrival in 1492, might finally be erected—somewhere in Puer...
Cherokee Heritage Center’s Resurgence Pays Tribute to Jerome Tiger
The Cherokee Heritage Center in Park Hill, Oklahoma recently welcomed a new resident: a bronze stickball player, engaged in this early version of lacrosse, standing nearly 12 feet ...
Sculpture by Allan Houser on Display in Denver
Allan Houser, Chiricahua Apache Tribe, Warm Springs Band, was a prominent Native sculptor born to parents who had been held as prisoners of war by the U.S. for 27 years...
Sculptor Allan Houser
Internationally renowned modernist sculptor Allan Houser (1914-1994) is being honored with an exhibition at the Denver Botanic Gardens that runs from May 1 through November 13, 201...
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