Sturgis native's art on display at cowgirl museumRapid City JournalSmith, an Emmy-Award winning costume designer, artist and cultural historian, was born in Deadwood. She grew up on a cattle ranch in western South Dakota owned and operated by her grandparents and her parents, Milo and Norm Beug.
Native Art In the News
No $2 PBRs At Bushwick's New Welcome To The Johnson'sGothamistNot that there's anything particularly wrong with The Johnson's; it's a pretty space, boasting the aforementioned wood-paneling, scattered tribal art, cozy booths, couches and tables and an expansive front porch complete with benches and two dangling ...
Trains, the solstice, art | Weekend PreviewThe Seattle TimesNative Art Mart: Native American vendors featuring handmade arts, crafts, jewelry and other items, Native dancing and singing performances, salmon lunch and Indian tacos available, portion of proceeds benefit United Indians of All Tribes Foundation ...
SHI's first art auction attracts big names in Northwest Coast artJuneau Empire (subscription)Native artists who have committed pieces to Sealaska Heritage Institute's first-ever Native art auction rank among the top Northwest Coast artists in the world.
Kill the Art, Save the People: Why the 'Stereotypes' Had to DieIndian Country Today Media NetworkThe Museum of Contemporary Native Arts in Santa Fe made an offer he couldn't refuse, bring them to Santa Fe, center of the Native Art World and Marketplace, exhibit them and then destroy them, probably, maybe.
Shopping indigenous this holiday seasonCBC.caThis hip online shop is the brainchild of Vancouver-based Lattimer Gallery, which is dedicated to selling museum-quality Northwest Coast First Nations art to support local artists. Northwest Coast Gifts offers everyone the opportunity to acquire their ...and more »