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Post date: 2016-11-24T13:49:00-08:00
Navajo photographer Pamela J. Peters re-imagines Hollywood silver screen heartthrobs as Native American, and examines how the film and TV industries have portrayed indigenous people in the past.
Post date: 2016-11-22T18:42:00-08:00
Artist Votan Henriquez's politically minded street art and apparel honors indigenous heritage and speaks out against social issues faced by Native American communities.
With Project 562, photographer Matika Wilbur aims to document all 567 federally recognized tribes in the United States.Post date: 2016-11-15T08:27:00-08:00
By documenting every federally recognized tribe in the United States, photographer Matika Wilbur wants to change the way the world views Native Americans.
Post date: 2016-10-18T21:28:00-07:00
Four California artists — Gerald Clarke Jr., Mercedes Dorame, Votan Henriquez and Pamela J. Peters — confront the issue of indigenous identity through painting, photography, sculpture and film.
Post date: 2016-09-27T05:37:00-07:00
Fashion designer Bethany Yellowtail draws inspiration from her Crow and Northern Cheyenne roots to create her B.Yellowtail line.
Post date: 2016-08-12T13:19:00-07:00
By introducing prison inmates to everything from drama to dance, the California Arts Council and the California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation hope to aid rehabilitation, combat recidivism and foster safer conditions behind bars.