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Create a Cabinet Level Dept. for Natives
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6 Reasons to Hit This Year’s Montreal First People’s Festival
The 2016 version of the Montreal First Peoples’ Festival is almost here, and with it come an abundance of film offerings, art exhibits and performances in both music and dance...
Artist Residencies at Sealaska! Apply Right Now!
Art is a major component when it comes to conserving and showcasing heritage...
Young Artists Hit It Out of the Park in Sealaska Heritage Institute’s Celebration Contest
Sealaska Heritage Institute
Sealaska Heritage Institute’s Celebration 2016 included an art contest for the youngest of artists, and their works were easily on a par with those of their adult counterparts...
Photo: IAIA Alumni Win ‘Best of Show’ at Heard Indian Fair & Market
IAIA Alumni Win Big at Heard Indian Fair & Market
Institute of American Indian Arts alumni won a number of prizes at the recent Heard Museum Guild Indian Fair and Market, held March 5 and 6 at the Heard Museum in Phoenix, Arizona,...
IAIA: Bringing Native Art and Higher Education Together
Nearly 4,000 students have graduated from the Institute of American Indian Arts , but no two individuals have had the same experience...
Photo: ‘Little Cheyenne Girl’ Shines in Atlanta
Photo: Kamon Lilly’s Beautiful and Natural Creations
The Gods Among Us: Stunning Hopi Art Exhibit
A new exhibit featuring six types of Hopi katsina figures as depicted in 170 objects, from woodcarving, basketry and painting has just opened at the Fred Jones Jr Museum of Art on ...
Santa Fe Indian Market Week Is Ultimate Summer Vacation Venue
With only two months remaining until the ultimate venue for world-class Native art opens in Santa Fe, New Mexico, you might want to start planning your travel now...
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