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January-February 2016

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In This Issue

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.

Topping Charts and Hearts

Topping Charts and Hearts

Nashville teen Gareth Laffely (Mi’kmaq/Cree) wields his flute to entertain and heal.

Confluence: Inter-Generational Collaborations

Confluence: Inter-Generational Collaborations

The Heard Museum launches a new exhibit featuring projects produced by professional artists and the youth they mentor.

A Renaissance of Indigenous Foods

A Renaissance of Indigenous Foods

Spurred by the tasty efforts of Native chefs like Sean Sherman (Oglala Lakota), a.k.a. The Sioux Chef, Indigenous dishes are experiencing a resurgence in popularity.

Experience Native Peoples, 2016-Style

Experience Native Peoples, 2016-Style

A new year means new beginnings at Native Peoples magazine, where we’re launching a new logo, a new mission and a new way for you to interact with our media on our digital app.

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