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IFAM Looks East

IFAM Looks East

The Indigenous Fine Art Market expands beyond the Santa Fe art mecca to create awareness of and opportunity for Native artists and their work.

Stitching to Heal the Past

Stitching to Heal the Past

Susan Hudson (Navajo) sews together fabrics and history in her award-winning ledger-like quilts. Hudson, the 2015 Eiteljorg Museum Indian Market and Festival Best of Show winner, continues to take top prizes for her beautiful and haunting work.

Making Space for Indigenerds

Making Space for Indigenerds

The first Indigenous Comic Con will be held in November in Albuquerque.

Creative Rezilience

Creative Rezilience

New event celebrates artists and their works while promising less competition and more Indigenous resilience.

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IFAM Looks East

IFAM Looks East

The Indigenous Fine Art Market expands beyond the Santa Fe art mecca to create awareness of and opportunity for Native artists and their work.

Stitching to Heal the Past

Stitching to Heal the Past

Susan Hudson (Navajo) sews together fabrics and history in her award-winning ledger-like quilts. Hudson, the 2015 Eiteljorg Museum Indian Market and Festival Best of Show winner, continues to take top prizes for her beautiful and haunting work.

Making Space for Indigenerds

Making Space for Indigenerds

The first Indigenous Comic Con will be held in November in Albuquerque.

Creative Rezilience

Creative Rezilience

New event celebrates artists and their works while promising less competition and more Indigenous resilience.

Introducing Arizona's first Native American Youth Summit 

Introducing Arizona's first Native American Youth Summit 

Beyond Curtis

Beyond Curtis

Three Native artists—Zig Jackson (Mandan/Hidatsa/Arikara), Wendy Red Star (Apsa’alooke) and Will Wilson (Diné)—take on the images of iconic and controversial photographer Edward Curtis to show Native life through a Native lens and narrative.

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.

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.

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