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Native American Art Magazine

October/November 2019/ No.23

Divided into four major categories, each bimonthly issue has its own easy-to-find color-coded section. Quickly turn to the section that interests you the most. Each section lists dates and addresses for upcoming events and activities so you don't miss any important shows or sales.

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here come the neighborhoods

Creating Native American Art Magazine has been such a wonderful and rewarding journey. One of the reasons for this is that, until we launched over three years ago, no one had ever attempted to publish a magazine that included both historic and contemporary art in each issue. One of the ways we decided to connect these two separate yet related worlds is through our special sections devoted to a variety of different art forms. Obviously, these sections merely scratch the surface of the knowledge and artistic output that exists out there today, be it katsina carvers, textiles, beadwork or jewelry. But we feel that they have provided useful and relevant information of both the artists working today and those who have come before them. The beauty of Native art is…

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native american art magazine

OCTOBER/NOVEMBER 2019(BIMONTHLY) VINCENT W. MILLER (Publisher) EDITORIAL JOSHUA ROSE (Editor) joshuarose@nativeamericanartmagazine.com ROCHELLE BELSITO (Managing Editor) rbelsito@nativeamericanartmagazine.com MICHAEL CLAWSON (Deputy Editor) ALYSSA M. TIDWELL (Assistant Editor) atidwell@nativeamericanartmagazine.com TAYLOR TRANSTRUM (Associate Editor) JOHN O’HERN (Santa Fe Editor) MAIA GELVIN (Intern) ADVERTISING (866) 619-0841 LISA REDWINE (Senior Account Executive) lredwine@nativeamericanartmagazine.com CHRISTIE CAVALIER (Senior Account Executive) ccavalier@nativeamericanartmagazine.com ANITA WELDON (Senior Account Executive) aweldon@nativeamericanartmagazine.com HEATHER K. RASKIN (Senior Account Executive) hraskin@nativeamericanartmagazine.com CAMI BEAUGUREAU (Account Executive) camib@nativeamericanartmagazine.com Traffic BRITTON COURTNEY (Traffic Manager) traffic@nativeamericanartmagazine.com PRODUCTION ADOLFO CASTILLO (Multi Media Manager) TONY NOLAN (Art Director) AUDREY WELCH (Graphic Designer) DANA LONG (Production Artist) JUSTIN KESSLER (Production/Email Artist) SUBSCRIPTIONS (877) 947-0792 EMILY YEE (Subscriptions Manager) service@nativeamericanartmagazine.com APRIL STEWART (Accounts Receivable) astewart@nativeamericanartmagazine KIMBERLY VICKERS (Administrative Coordinator) admin@nativeamericanartmagazine.com…

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ALEXANDER DAWKINS Alexander Dawkins is a co-owner of Vancouver’s Lattimer Gallery, which specializes in contemporary Northwest Coast art and promotes the work of emerging artists. He holds a bachelor’s degree in art history with a focus on Indigenous art; a master’s degree in art history; and a master’s degree in library and archival science. JOHN O'HERN John O’Hern retired to Santa Fe after 30 years in the museum business, specifically as the executive director and curator of the Arnot Art Museum, Elmira, New York. John was chair of the Artists Panel of the New York State Council on the Arts. He writes for gallery publications around the world, including regular monthly features on Art Market Insights in American Art Collector and Western Art Collector magazines. FRANCIS SMITH The combination of art history studies done at…

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special introductory offer for a limited time only!

SUBSCRIBE TODAY AND GET ALL 18 MAGAZINES EVERY YEAR 6 Issues of (Bimonthly) Native American Art PLUS 12 Issues (Monthly) Western Art Collector Discover New Art Available For Sale The art of major historic and contemporary Native artists is in demand, and if you’re serious about acquiring new works, you need to know when they become available. When you subscribe to Native American Art magazine you’ll be the first to know about new works because each month we’ll email you the link to the latest issue online. You’ll have instant access to the latest issue when it is published. You’ll see art coming available for sale before the shows even open. Coast-To-Coast Coverage See new art being created by major Native artists coast to coast. Many readers travel across the country to acquire pieces from galleries showing new…

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MUSEUM OF INDIAN ARTS AND CULTURE Here, Now and Always, an exhibit at the Museum of Indian Arts and Culture running through January 2020, tells the story of the oldest communities of the Southwest. The exhibit is based on eight years of collaboration among Native American elders, artists, scholars, teachers, writers and museum professionals. One of those creators is Jemez artist Alvina Yepa, known for her sgraffito technique, in which designs are created on the surface of the pot by gradually etching away the top layers. Commissioned by MIAC and purchased from the artist for inclusion in the exhibit, Prayer and Meditation Jar is a perfectly symmetrical clay jar with feather, dragonfly, turtle and corn iconography, as well as the Tewa deity Avanyu. “This exhibit has eight thematic sections. The pottery that…

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first native american poet laureate

Poet and author Joy Harjo, a member of the Muscogee Creek Nation, has been named the United States’ 23rd Poet Laureate, marking the first time a Native American has ever received the honor. Harjo has produced a prolific collection of poetry, having published seven books, including well-known titles like How We Became Human—New and Selected Poems and The Woman Who Fell From the Sky. Her creative practices also reach into the world of children and young adult fiction as well as music (Harjo is a saxophone player). Harjo was also a guest speaker at this year’s Santa Fe Indian Market Gala. Native Cultures of the Northwest Coast JUNEAU, AK Sealaska Heritage Institute will be hosting the biennial Juried Art Show in celebration of Alaska’s Native cultures beginning in 2020. The Tlingit, Haida and…