Response to article Read 'em and WeepThe Delta DiscoveryI am writing to inform you that I have been reporting the sale of inauthentic Alaska Native Art in Alaska by Caucasian men who have factories in Bali!
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Tribal art is collectors' joyTimes of MaltaA rare and important Maori carved wooden ancestor figure from the 19th century, an unusual carved wood tigercat grave marker from Borneo and a striking Ivory Coast dance mask are amongst the fascinating artworks on display at Tribal Perspectives, the ...
Otis Bronson, former PCC leader, diesArizona Daily StarOtis Bronson, one of the men who helped to create Pima Community College and then taught classes in writing, tribal art, Eastern religions and meditation for more than three decades, died Sunday. He was 84.
Introducing Priere Pillows by Shannon Tate InteriorsDigitalJournal.comInspired by nature and the rich history and symbolism found in tribal art and ancient cultures, Priere Pillows successfully inject an entirely new, refreshing outlook on all that design can do and be in our lives. By creative a meaningful product that ...and more »
Bill Reid Gallery's 'RezErect' Shows Native Erotica (VIDEO, PHOTOS)Huffington Post CanadaNEXT: <a href="http://www.huffingtonpost.ca/2012/11/18/star-wars-native-art-andy-everson-bc-treaty_n_2140079.html" target="_blank">Star Wars, Native Style</a>. Darth Maul. AndyEverson4. AndyEverson5. AndyEverson6. AndyEverson2.
Unearthing the past at the Spirit Within FestivalWhistler QuestionWith over 30 years experience with First Nations art, Harris, the owner of Seahawk Auctions, will make his way to the Squamish Lil'wat Cultural Centre Saturday (Sept.
First Nations art shines at Spirit FestivalCanada First PerspectiveCanada's arts history was celebrated this weekend as traditional First Nations arts and craftspeople were brought together for the Canadian Spirit Festival.
Selling fake Alaska Native art as 'authentic' to unsuspecting tourists is illegalAlaska DispatchCaucasian men in Alaska's touristy enclaves, including Anchorage and Talkeetna, are selling fake Alaska Native art, manufactured in Bali, to unsuspecting visitors to the 49th state.