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 ‘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
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
Fashion Finds in Alaska Reinvent the Traditional

Fashion Finds in Alaska Reinvent the Traditional

An Athabascan designer's fish skin garments push fashion forward in Alaska. Plus a mask carver designs fashion-statement pieces and another artist creates sealskin, slippers and jackets.

January-February 2015
Inupiaq Culture and Language Come to the Fore in ‘Never Alone’

Inupiaq Culture and Language Come to the Fore in ‘Never Alone’

Review: The breakthrough videogame set in the Arctic serves as an example of what’s possible.

January-February 2015
‘World’s Greatest Athlete' Jim Thorpe

‘World’s Greatest Athlete' Jim Thorpe

Jim Thorpe (Sac and Fox) was the world’s best college football player, professional football player, hurdler, short-distance runner, shot-putter and discus thrower.

January-February 2015
Sweet Memories

Sweet Memories

3 holiday dessert recipes in honor of Native Peoples’ longtime food photographer Martin “Marty” Jacobs

November-December 2014
Wendy Red Star on the Rise

Wendy Red Star on the Rise

The Crow artist takes on heavy topics with humor and cutting commentary.

November-December 2014
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