Murkowski, Young seek looser restrictions on bird parts in Alaska Native artAnchorage Daily NewsAfter a respected Tlingit artist was fined for the way he was selling artwork adorned with bird feathers, Sen. Lisa Murkowski and Rep. Don Young have introduced bills to make such sales legal for Alaska Natives. Last September, U.S.
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Marina Sacht: Annual Christmas tour celebrates 25 yearsNanaimo Daily NewsYou will find locally produced edibles, native art, jewelry, original paintings, woodwork, pottery, fiber arts and more. Take this scenic tour, experience stunning country roads dotted with farms, studios, restaurants, shops and wildlife.
SLIDESHOW | Johnstown native artist breaks silly lawsThe Tribune-DemocratThe series, called "I Fought the Law", has been getting passed around the Internet all week. FeatureShoot.com reported that Locher is working on new snapshots of ridiculous legislation from all 50 states, so there's plenty more to come.
James Albertson's tribal-mask collection connects the ancient and modern artsSacramento News & ReviewNow, Albertson, who currently teaches art at Sierra College and American River College, has collected masks from around the world, and he views tribal art not just as objects, but as pieces that create dialogues with other pieces of art.
Prince Rupert's Dale Campbell honoured with provincial awardPrince Rupert Northern ViewPremier Clark said First Nations art is a source of pride for all British Columbians. "These ... artists are carrying on a legacy that stretches back thousands of years, preserving a rich tradition for generations to come," she said.
New York Today: SkywardNew York Times (blog)Behold an Iatmul pigment dish from Papua New Guinea at a show of tribal art opening at Arader Gallery on the Upper East Side. [Free]. • Learn about the headstone that led to the unearthing of America's first Yiddish cookbook, with Sam Roberts, a Times ...
Prospects look dim in Daybreak Star's recoveryQueen Anne NewsSmith was also hoping to plan a Native art show for the end of November or December, where local Native people could donate art to be sold to the public, with proceeds going to help Daybreak Star.
Relaxing... Hula StyleHuffington Post(by the way, do NOT wiggle your shaka hand sign while flashing it -- easy tip off you're a Howlie. Flash and hold, local style.) Perhaps the best way to relax island style is by immersing yourself in one of the most pervasive, yet misunderstood, native ...
SLCC bridge would create cultural loopWhistler QuestionThe bridge concept would include a First Nations art component, some trail loops around the SLCC and additional outdoor features that are being built for the SLCC, including a sweat lodge, trapper's cabin, archery range and other amenities.