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Animal images tell visual story of boys in trouble

Animal images tell visual story of boys in trouble

Rick Bartow’s sculpture “From the Mad River to the Little Salmon River, or The Responsibility of Raising a Child” is a precariously balanced series of images. The work, part of an exhibition of contemporary Native art called “Vantage Point” now showing at the Smithsonian’s National Museum of the American grew...

Five Native artists get coveted Eiteljorg grants

NEW YORK - Five Native artists working in media from sculpture to prints to multi-textured installations will receive $20,000 cash grants and feature billing in a November exhibit at the Eiteljorg Museum of American Indians and Western Arts in Indianapolis.The museum announced the recipients at a recent round-table here...

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