Tribal tradition flowsThe News-PressThe “Long, Long River: Tradition and Expansion in Native Art” features 40 pieces in a range of genres by six artists: painters Noah Billie, James “Jimmy John” Osceola and Elgin Jumper, who's also a poet; pop artist Daniel McCoy; ceramicist and sculptor ...
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Native American arts, crafts sale opensThe Lawton ConstitutionA Native American arts and crafts sale and indoor flea market will be open from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. today and Sunday at the Tribal Art Center and Bad Eagle Gallery, 423 W. C in downtown Cache.
Orissadiary.comOdisha: National Film Festival on Art and Artist to be organized at ...Orissadiary.comBhubaneswar: The 8th National Film Festival on Art and Artist will be organised here from Saturday to Monday under the auspices of the JD Centre of Art (JDCA).
Menil magic: Exclusive photos from the opening of Houston's magnificent ...CultureMap HoustonAnd the roof gives light in the gentlest possible way.'' -----------. De Menil, on hands and knees, examines the large tribal art painting, "Dance Curtain" (Nuu-chah-nulth (Nootka), Canada, West Vancouver Island, Nitinat Lake, ca.
Native American painter embraces modernist styleABQ JournalI couldn't imagine that someone that important in the Native Art world” was so unrecognized. So Kastner wrote a paper about Smith for a conference. She quickly realized it was the fulcrum of a book.
Why Indigenous Arts -- and Hawaii Artists -- MatterHuffington PostThis support seeds the ground for ongoing collaborations and exchanges, such as residencies, arts conferences and dialogue across native art disciplines.
Saltsburg native's art seeks inner beauty, message of animal subjectsTribune-ReviewThe award-winning artist who specializes in portraits of dogs and cats has forged a successful career in bringing the animals to life on paper by first looking into their eyes.
Saltsburg native's art seekss inner beauty, message of animal subjectsTribune-ReviewThe award-winning artist who specializes in portraits of dogs and cats has forged a successful career in bringing the animals to life on paper by first looking into their eyes.
The New Year brings change and business growthNew Pittsburgh CourierTIE DYE ANYONE—Nigerian native, artist and entrepreneur Jemiriye Adeniji (right) demonstrates her skills at the International Fashion House. (Photos by Diane I. Daniels). Finally it is here. After 365 days, 2014, a new year is upon us.