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Great Native Films such as 'Mankiller,' 'Dolores' and 'Moana' screening free at the NMAI's Native Cinema Showcase in Santa Fe
On the Trail: Hiking Among Legends
North Carolina’s Blue Ridge Mountains let you walk back a few centuries
Hikers of all skill levels can find a trail to accommodate their abilities in Cherokee, North Carolina. There are more than 800 miles of lush, wooded trails that lead to stunning landscapes, of...
Santa Fe’s cultural map isn’t as inclusive of the Native American population in the city as it could have been.
Changes at SWAIA: Ann-erika White Bird hired as Artist Services Manager for Southwestern Association for Indian Arts and new office location
Nearly 4,000 students have graduated from the Institute of American Indian Arts (IAIA), but no two individuals have had the same experience.
From his base at Wahleah's Taos Pueblo Gallery, Sean Flanagan handcrafts one of a kind drums that marry form and function.
Tlingit brother-and-sister artists Rico and Crystal Worl aim to promote their heritage via their store, Trickster Company, in Juneau, Alaska.
Tanya H. Lee
New Mexico abounds in riches and diversity—19 pueblos and parts of the Navajo Nation occupy this land—here are just 9 suggestions for stops along the way.
Institute of American Indian Arts Resident Fritz Casuse is a well-known and respected artist in the Santa Fe Native art community
These artists listed by ICTMN are among the best in their fields and have the awards and honors to show for it in 2016.
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