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Endangered Art

Endangered Art

A metallic green beetle takes a toll on forests and Native artistry. While Maine’s black ash trees remain untouched for now, renowned basketry artist Jeremy Frey (Passamaquoddy) says he’s counting down the days until the beetle is at his door.

July-August 2015
 ‘Artwork Saved My Family’

‘Artwork Saved My Family’

Monty Claw, artist and winner of Native Peoples’ SFIM Creativity Award, persists despite setbacks.

July-August 2015
Naranjos: Survival, Resistance & Beauty

Naranjos: Survival, Resistance & Beauty

One of the great artist families of North America have a storied past in pottery and a continued dynamic presence in the art world, especially in the Southwest.

July-August 2015
World of Norma Howard

World of Norma Howard

The exacting brush strokes of the Choctaw/Chickasaw artist's paintings mimic the weaves of a traditional Southeastern-style Native American basket. Choctaw people leading ordinary lives are always her theme.

July-August 2015
Ken Williams, Shan Goshorn and Susan Folwell: What Sets These 3 Groundbreaking Artists Apart

Ken Williams, Shan Goshorn and Susan Folwell: What Sets These 3 Groundbreaking Artists Apart

A beadwork artist, potter and basketry mastermind discuss developing their styles and pushing the limits of their work. All three will show March 7 and 8 at the Heard Museum Guild Indian Fair & Market in Phoenix.

January-February 2015
'Beautiful Games': An Interactive Map

'Beautiful Games': An Interactive Map

The Indigenous games of North America + Hawaii mapped.

January-February 2015
Game Changers: 12 Native Athletes Who Made History

Game Changers: 12 Native Athletes Who Made History

Our time line highlights First Americans of the past century who raised the bar in track, football, baseball, basketball and lacrosse.

January-February 2015
Resolution to Read

Resolution to Read

Institute of American Indian Arts hosts Sherman Alexie, Joy Harjo, others for Writers Festival this week in Santa Fe.

January-February 2015
‘Seasoned With Spirit’

‘Seasoned With Spirit’

Chef Loretta Barrett Oden (Citizen Potawatomi Nation) cooks up a frybread alternative

January-February 2015
A Loloma Lost, Then Found

A Loloma Lost, Then Found

A reader asks about the value of a Charles Loloma pendant her parents gifted her years ago. Another learns about Navajo folk art.

January-February 2015