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Omazartcollective Oct 27
Looking at Bethany’s stunning painting based on the Ojibwe teaching of respect and listening to the powerful music of Darryl Buck!
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Nandita Saikia Oct 26
How Bidriware came to India & made its way into the lives of the rich: "Bidri, a traditional art, is locally known as koftgari. It is a kind of Damascene work that is achieved as a result of inlaying with gold or silver." v
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Omazartcollective Oct 21
Check out our selection of greeting cards featuring original artwork of the OMAZINIBII’IGEG!
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Imagination Station Oct 22
Awesome new Indigenous Art puzzles and coloring books are in stock. Love these!
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Nanooq Inuit Art Oct 22
A busy week carefully packaging for shipping to lucky lovers around the world. Hurry to select your 2020 Cape Dorset Print before it’s gone - still these lovely ones available!
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Natalja Che 15h
thank you for your hospitality & virtual cocktails 🍸 |  tour of  & performance by
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sums Oct 21
a few more panels to go before phase one is complete 😦 . . . .
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Cultural Survival Oct 27
We have finalized the times for our upcoming Bazaar events! We are bringing the festivities and online to you. Shop online or schedule your own personal shopping sessions with our staff.
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Natalja Che 11h
Presented conference today! Great Q&A 🔥🌿My talk focused on redefining Archives: From 's Dismaland to Takumã Kuikuro's Topographic Projections of Indigenous Cultural Heritage  
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⚖️ Justice is on the ballot 💜 #BidenHarris2020 Oct 28
Thank goodness the animals and star people are on it.
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Ulrich Museum of Art Oct 22
Don't forget to register and join us later TODAY AT 6 P.M. CST for what promises to be an exciting Ulrich Virtual program with Indigenous artist Jaune Quick-to-See Smith. You won't want to miss it! Register:
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First American Art Oct 21
Congratulations to 3 Native American artists who received the 2020 Joan Mitchell Foundation Sculptor & Painter Awards: Natalie Ball (Klamath/Modoc), Melissa Melero-Moose (No. Paiute/Modoc) & Linda Infante Lyons (Alutiiq)! :
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Young Stars Oct 28
Spotted this bad boy! Do you know where this piece of awesome artwork is?
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Collins Rex Oct 22
There's still time (but not much!) to register for this singular art experience! Join a virtual walkthrough of the MAGNT - today, 3pm Darwin Australia time. Register here:
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First American Art Oct 26
Ben Aleck: Northern Paiute Painter and Draftsman An interview from FAAM archives ::
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First American Art Oct 21
Congratulations to the 2020 BC Achievement Fulmer Award in First Nations Art winners: Cole Speck, Jaalen Edenshaw, Lou-ann Neel, Kelly Robinson, Nathan Wilson, andEvelyn Vanderhoop! ::
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ConsulMexMon Oct 28
Have you registered for yet? Remember that all events are online and FREE. Head to to RSVP ¡REGISTRATE!
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Lokosh (Joshua D. Hinson, PhD) Oct 24
Set of five serigraphs by the amazingly talented @terranlastgun, a Piikani artist currently based in Santa Fe, New Mexico.
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SFU Faculty of Communication, Art and Technology Oct 22
's chancellor and president will wear newly designed regalia for Convocation. Created by Chief Janice George—Chepximiya Siyam’––and Willard ‘Buddy’ Joseph—Skwetsimeltxw. Learn more at .
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Vancouver Biennale Oct 23
This powerful exhibition of Kent Monkman’s art is a must-see at . If you can’t visit in person, tune in online. His artworks activate important reflection and dialogue, reinserting Indigenous voices into the collective memory of Canada.
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