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First American Art
Quarterly magazine covering art of the indigenous peoples of the Americas
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First American Art 5h
Medford, MA -- Following concerns raised about an auction of Native American artifacts at the Medford Public Library, Mayor Stephanie M. Burke has withdrawn the items from the sale.
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First American Art 6h
Update on the work from the Medford Public Library in Massachusetts.
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First American Art 15h
Biskakone Greg Johnson made diagrams for creating your own Ojibwe-style moccasins.
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First American Art 16h
Mark Trahant (Shoshone-Bannock), editor of Indian Country Today, and photographer Daniella Zalcman, whose work focuses on the modern legacies of Western colonialism, write and illustrate this Dec. 2018 National Geographic piece.
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First American Art Nov 19
This waltz once attributed to Strauss is actually by indigenous Mexican...
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First American Art Nov 18
Medford, MA — Native American groups are protesting the Medford Public Library’s decision to...
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First American Art Nov 18
Royal Ontario Museum to return human remains and artifacts removed from burial mounds ::
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First American Art Nov 17
Mount Pleasant, MI—The Native American cultures of the Midwest were brought together for the "Circle of Indigenous Arts" show on Nov. 16-17 at the Ziibiwing Center of Anishinabe Culture...
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First American Art Nov 16
Cognitive neurological scientist Maryanne Wolfe discusses the profound importance of reading hard copy print ::
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First American Art Nov 16
New York, NY—The American Museum of Natural History is updating its American Indian hall, particularly an outdated diarama that misrepresented Delaware people.
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First American Art Nov 15
A showcase of moccasins from the Oklahoma Historical Society
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First American Art Nov 15
Introducing :: a series of brief interviews with Indigenous artists across nations and disciplines. Dante Biss-Grayson (Osage Nation) ::
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First American Art Nov 14
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First American Art Nov 14
The prestigious National Book Awards will be announced tonight. One the five finalists is Cherokee Nation author Brandon Hobson. We have our fingers crossed!
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First American Art Nov 14
Native American massacre from colonial Pa. history to be retold in comic book
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First American Art Nov 13
Sitka woman makes dress from 20,000 salmon bones “Salmon connect us all. They are in our waters, on the beach, in our...
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First American Art Nov 13
Exposição Bancos Indígenas do Brasil no MAI EXPOSIÇÃO BANCOS INDIGENAS DO BRASIL 13 de novembro a 11 de fevereiro Horário Visitação: Segunda à Sexta, das 10h às 17:30h. Entrada Gratuita. Local: Museu de Arte...
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First American Art Nov 13
Stolen ceramics recovered!
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First American Art Nov 13
Duluth, MN—The Tweed Museum of Art is hosting a reception for "Intersections" and "Manifest'O" on Thursday, Nov. 15, from 6:00 to 8:00 pm Exhibitions featuring contemporary art by exceptional Minnesota-based...
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First American Art Nov 11
Cherokee, OK—Matthew Anderson (Cherokee Nation) will present about Cherokee Symbolism and conduct a clay medallion workshop this Tuesday, Nov. 13, 6:00pm!
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