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First American Art
Quarterly magazine covering art of the indigenous peoples of the Americas
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Call For Papers: 19th & 20th Indigenous Visual and Material Culture, Arts journal Papers are currently being accepted for...
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First American Art Feb 15
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First American Art Feb 15
Oneida, WI—Applications at open for the Woodland Indian Art Show & Market. Deadline is March 1, 2019 ::
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First American Art Feb 14
How to say “I love you” in seven of the Indigenous languages of Mexico.
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First American Art Feb 13
Ojibwe puckered-toe moccasin information by Biskakone Greg Johnson (Lac du Flambeau Chippewa)
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First American Art Feb 13
Monclair, NJ—"Native American Art Now: Crossing Boundaries" A dialogue at the Montclair Art Museum, Thursday March 21st, 7:30 pm Montclair Art Museum Featuring: Michael Namingha (Hopi-Tewa) Mario Martinez (Pascua Yaqui) Elizabeth Hutchinson
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First American Art Feb 13
Montclair, NJ—"Native American Art Now: Crossing Boundaries" A dialogue at the Montclair Art Museum on Thursday March 21, 7:30 p.m.
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First American Art Feb 13
Norman, OK—Department of Native American Studies Seeks Applicants for Assistant/Associate Professor in Indigenous Media and Arts, The University of Oklahoma The Department of Native American Studies at the University of Oklahoma invites...
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First American Art Feb 13
New York, NY—Resisting, Reclaiming, Reframing: Indigenous Communities and Art Museum...
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First American Art Feb 12
Rapid City, SD -- "Tatanka Nunpa Owe Okele," a group exhibition, features the artwork of 21 members of the Two Bulls Family. It remains on exhibit at the Dahl Arts Center until March 9, 2019.
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First American Art Feb 12
Call for Native muralists!
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First American Art Feb 12
Collinsville, IL—Cahokia Mounds ArtMarket is issuing its call for artists
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First American Art Feb 11
Call for writers!
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First American Art Feb 10
Tigua, Ecuador—The man who made Ecuador’s wooden Tigua masks famous, Julio Toaquiza Tigasi ::
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First American Art Feb 10
Pucallpa, Peru—Usko-Ayar Amazonian School of Painting ::
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First American Art Feb 9
Enjoy a live feed of the 2019 Heard Museum World Championship Hoop Dance Contest at Heard Museum:
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First American Art Feb 9
Apply for the 20/20 Artist Fellowship!
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First American Art Feb 8
Hyperallergic reports that "History’s largest Native American art fraud case will come through the courts this year after multiple family businesses manufactured, imported, and falsely distributed Native American-style jewelry as genuine between 2010...
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First American Art Feb 8
Olympia, WA—Yəhaw̓ Indigenous Project Comes to SPSCC Art Gallery ::
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First American Art Feb 7
Through a generous grant from The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation for $650,000, the Minnesota Historical Society will pilot a new Native American Undergraduate Museum Fellowship for Native American students interested in pursuing careers in cultural...
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