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Living Clay

Living Clay

For many Native artists, clay is shaped not only by their hands, but by generations of shared knowledge and culture and the life inside the Earth’s material itself. In this story, four potters discuss the origins of their earthenware as they prepare to show at the Heard Museum Guild Indian Fair & Market.

January-February 2016
Hoops at the Heard

Hoops at the Heard

See champion hoop dancers blend traditional styles with exciting, contemporary moves at the 26th annual Heard Museum World Championship Hoop Dance Contest.

January-February 2016
Lacrosse Comes Home

Lacrosse Comes Home

The World Indoor Lacrosse Championships becomes the first international sporting competition held on the Indigenous lands, the sovereign territory of the Onondaga Nation.

November-December 2015
Joy Harjo Lands Major Poetry Award

Joy Harjo Lands Major Poetry Award

Harjo (Mvskoke) is the recipient of the 2015 Wallace Stevens Award from the Academy of American Poets. Plus, Harjo gives fans a preview of what to expect in 2016.

November-December 2015
'Native Haute Couture'

'Native Haute Couture'

Patricia Michaels (Taos Pueblo) plans to unveil new pieces at a fashion show hosted by the Mitchell Museum of the American Indian in Chicago.

September-October 2015
Sneak Peek: SFIM Native Haute Couture Fashion

Sneak Peek: SFIM Native Haute Couture Fashion

July-August 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
At the Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art, a ‘Culture of Radical and Dynamic Change’

At the Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art, a ‘Culture of Radical and Dynamic Change’

One of the most ambitious exhibits to date focused on the tribal cultures of the Plains will be at at the Kansas City museum through early January.

November-December 2014
'You Will Never Be Forgotten': 4 artist reflections from 'Walking With Our Sisters'

'You Will Never Be Forgotten': 4 artist reflections from 'Walking With Our Sisters'

The exhibit featuring hundreds of unfinished moccasins commemorates the lives of the missing and murdered Indigenous women of the United States and Canada.

September-October 2014
Walking With Our Sisters: A Healing Journey in Unfinished Moccasins

Walking With Our Sisters: A Healing Journey in Unfinished Moccasins

The exhibit touring Canada and the U.S. brings attention to the lives and stories of hundreds of missing and murdered Indigenous women.

September-October 2014