Native Art In the News
VIDEO: Rural Native artist reaches new audiences onlineAlaska DispatchSavoonga is a small village (population 670) on St. Lawrence Island in the Bering Sea, considered the remaining non-submerged portion of the land bridge that once connected Asia and North America in the prehistoric era.
A fresh look at modern Native American artistsThe Daily News“They're Native American artists, done by a Native artist, and it's real people living today in 2014,” she said. “Gwen (Westerman) teaches at a college, Rita (Erdrich) has raised a family and worked as an artist. That's what I ...
Trail of Tears Art Show in 43rd yearMuskogee Daily PhoenixThis is a must-see event for Native art enthusiasts.” Last year's annual exhibition included 79 Native American artists from 14 tribal nations, featuring 144 art pieces.
This week in history: In 1948, a look at an extraordinary collection of First ...Vancouver SunIt was the only museum in Canada devoted to native art when it opened. The Lipsetts were originally from Boston.
Tribune Soap Box: Western Art Week is more than just CharlieGreat Falls TribuneThere is plenty of native art to be seen at Western Art Week this year, with the biggest collection of ledger art at the Paris Gibson Square.
“What do you see?”Orléans StarEuropean, African, and Native art such as Inuit and the west-coast Haida Gwaii influences are present in her work and reach out to people from various origins who tend to relate to each painting differently.
Lucas Ratton relocatesAMAThe Lucas Ratton gallery, dedicated to tribal art, has announced its plans to move in April. Although moving from its current space, opened in 2012, it is to remain on Paris's Rue de Seine.