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First American Art Magazine

No. 1, Fall 2013

Published on in “Art, Art”, language — English. 84 pages.
Alaskan and First Nation Artists showing in the Southwest, Colorado River Geoglyphs, Reviving Southeastern Beadwork, "Cultural Heritage, Art, & Living Beings" -- the legal and ethnic framework of the auctions of Hopi Friends; profiles of Nani Chacon (Navajo painter), Shan Goshorn (Eastern Band Cherokee mixed media artist), Dylan Miner (Métis printmaker and installation artist), and Ken Williams (Northern Arapaho-Seneca beadworker); art show reviews, news, and Native graphic design. More
FIRST AMERICAN ART MAGAZINE features art by the Indigenous peoples of the Americas from Indigenous perspectives. The art presented spans every artistic medium, from birch bark biting to conceptual art, from graphics to fashion. The magazine also includes Native art world news, reviews of exhibitions and books, and interviews with artists. The insider's view offered provides art lovers with a fresh look at the finest living, historical, and ancestral Native American art. More
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