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September-October 2011

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On The Wind: Honoring - September/October 2011

On The Wind: Honoring - September/October 2011

Awards, selection to elite institutions, and news of other personal milestones.

On The Wind: Shards - September/October 2011

On The Wind: Shards - September/October 2011

Short, fragment-like, news stories regarding important developments in Native arts and other realms of contemporary Indian life, including the environment, business, health, politics and social movements.

Storyteller Goes Big!

Storyteller Goes Big!

Sculptor Roxanne Swentzell (Santa Clara Pueblo) creates a monumental scale storyteller figure for permanent display at the Denver Art Museum.

Ledger Art: Looking Between the Lines

Ledger Art: Looking Between the Lines

A brief history of this engaging art medium, profiles of five prominent artists—Dolores Purdy Corcoran, Donald “Yellowbird” Montileaux, Terrance Guardipee, Sheridan MacKnight and Todd Lone Dog Bordeaux—and brief notes on another 16 in the field.

Big Doings in Tennessee

Big Doings in Tennessee

We head to Tennessee for the NAIA Annual Pow Wow and Fall Festival. Plus details on other special events nationwide. By Daniel Gibson.

Priming The Pump For The Common Good

Priming The Pump For The Common Good

Major foundation support for Native art is a minuscule part of overall charitable giving in the U.S.A. A new organization, the Native Arts & Cultures Foundation, tackles this situation.

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