Increased oil tanker truck traffic would “seriously degrade” the experience of viewing the canyon’s Indigenous rock art, said one advocate of the site.
The artist’s photographs shine a light on the unseen, resisting colonial categorization and institutional biases around art made by Native artists.
Greg A. Hill, a senior curator of Indigenous art, was among the top officials who lost their jobs.
Diné fiber artist and sixth-generation weaver Tyrrell Tapaha expands lived experience and ideas about the future.
In She Who Lives on the Road to War, Rosy Simas combines installation and performance to address the immense losses experienced during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Self-Determined: A Contemporary Survey of Native and Indigenous Artists prompts questions about shared contexts and individual expression.
The conference organizers set out to see what Native practitioners are making, and what they’re needing or wanting in the realm of type.
Dating to circa 1100 AD, the Mayan Codex is said to have been painted by a single artist, recording the movements of planet Venus over the course of 584 days.
Some members of Minneapolis’s Native community did not think Inkpa Mani was the right choice for a $400,000 public art commission meant to honor the Dakota People.
Since the discovery of natural gas reserves near Nine Mile Canyon two decades ago, conservationists have found themselves at odds with regional energy companies.
“Art has a place in helping people begin to understand the layers of this history,” says artist Randy Kemp.
The artist and former SWAIA chief operating officer and executive director has found a stable of dedicated collectors and a close-knit community at Santa Fe Indian Market.