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Inez Suen 6h
Native 🖼 Artwork Installation at the “Watt believes that provide access to social connections, historical traditions, and cross-cultural meanings.” - Rock Hushka, Chief Curator Read our blog:
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Adrian Buckaroogirl 5h
A gift today in my mailbox.. I have the most beautiful and talented people in my life.... So damn thankful! 🥰
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Dr. Alice Toso Apr 17
Replying to @TosoAlice
Among other forms of cultural appropriation, first nations art has been copied and reused with no respect for its creators, meaning or copyright. If you do buy, please buy . 5/6
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Harleen Kaur Hundal Apr 22
Spotted at the UofT Faculty of Law building: ‘A Meeting Place For All’ by Jay Bell Redbird of the Wikwemikong First Nation ❤️ •••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••
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Klatle-bhi 4h
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Chickasaw Visual Voices Apr 22
We’re celebrating with a GIVEAWAY! Chickasaw artists are celebrating the VISUAL VOICES exhibition reception at the Mississippi Museum of Art on Thurs., April 25! Fill out our contact form for a chance to win at .
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Niijkiwendidaa Apr 18
Join Tracks Youth Program on April 27th, 2019, from 9am-4pm, to make your very own Animal Lantern for the Water Walk on Mother’s Day! Register in advance, seating for workshop is limited!
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Anne Marie Walaszek 14h
Listen in to my seestra & her colleague Ben from !! They share details on their current initiatives w/in Anishinaabe & Dakota collections plus the importance to recognize the role colonization has had on
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First American Art Apr 22
Inuk artist Kablusiak Nasogaluak-Carpenter longlisted for the ! ::
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First American Art Apr 22
Dene artist Catherine Blackburn longlisted for the award ::
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Red Earth 10h
Eric Tippeconnic (Booth 309) 33rd RED EARTH FESTIVAL * June 7-9, 2019 Cox Convention Center * Beautiful Downtown OKC All kids 18 & under FREE! *
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MAAIC Apr 19
Just a sampling of the great art created by the WPS Native American Education Program. On exhibit until the end of the month.
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Klatle-bhi Apr 19
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Kelsey Kalaska Mata Apr 18
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First American Art Apr 19
Natives at the Museum: Reflecting on colonial spaces through art Sabena Allen (Tlingit) talks to Jami Hood (Osage) ::
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Native Pathways Apr 15
The Inglewood-born Chemehuevi photographer utilizes the 10 Freeway to shine a light on our nation’s disconnect with our native cultures in this year’s Desert X exhibition .
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Bl🏹ckH🏹wk Warrior Apr 21
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Spirit Gallery Apr 19
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Cedar Hill Long House Art Publishing Apr 18
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Peg Furshong Apr 20
Here are few more photos from our jaunt to Fargo yesterday....
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