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Native American Art Magazine

Native American Art Magazine

December - January 2020 / No.24

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.

United States
International Artist Publishing, Inc.
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6 Issues


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the reveal

I spoke about this last month but I want to discuss it again now because, frankly, it’s quite exciting for us here at Native American Art magazine to finally bring our new product to market. What I’m talking about, of course, is our new Online Exhibition Space, and it is just one more way that we intend to get the best art from the best galleries in front of the best collectors across the country. And that is you. And, that is where you come into this. This December/January issue you are reading right now is our first issue to include the online exhibition spaces. So here is what I would like you do on. Go to our website, www.nativeamericanartmagazine.com. Now, scroll down and look on the right-hand side and you…

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native american art magazine

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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DR. MARK SUBLETTE Dr. Mark Sublette, a former physician, is the founder of Medicine Man Gallery. He is the author of numerous catalogs on Navajo textiles, and published authority of the lifeworks of Maynard Dixon. Sublette’s involvement in the arts is all encompassing. He buys, sells and researches. A constant student of the many areas he delves into, he is happy to pass along his knowledge through his YouTube channel MedicineManGallery. The delight in sharing his passion and his deep love of art and admiration of artists is evident as he speaks. SUSAN L. SORG Susan L. Sorg grew up in Arizona with roots stretching back several generations in Arizona, New Mexico and Texas. She is an Arizona State University graduate, and after college spent 20 years in TV news. She’s produced/written several…

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EITELJORG MUSEUM Part of the Eiteljorg Museum’s recent major acquisition of works from the Richard Pohrt Jr. Collection—which includes more than 400 items from Native nations of the Great Lakes—is a particularly noteworthy 1875 Ojibwe bandolier bag. The historic loom-woven beadwork bag is clad in colorful and engaging designs, made up of glass seed beads, glass basket beads, wool cloth, wool fox braid, wool yarn and cotton cloth. The Eiteljorg Museum was able to purchase the massive collection of works as a result of a $2.83 million grant from Lilly Endowment Inc. A future exhibition at the museum will feature artwork from the Richard Pohrt Jr. Collection. “While the collection will be integral to the reinstallation of Native American galleries and other future exhibitions, it will also be accessible to the communities…

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indigenous voices

NEW HAVEN, CT On view through June 21, Place, Nations, Generations, Beings: 200 Years of Indigenous North American Art at Yale University Art Gallery represents a wide range of Indigenous voices with more than 75 artworks dating from the early 19th century to the present. A student-curated exhibition, the show features works in basketry, beadwork, drawings, photography, pottery, textiles, and wood carving by prominent artists like Maria Martinez (San Ildefonso), Marie Watt (Seneca) and Will Wilson (Navajo), among others.…

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george r.r. martin scholarships

SANTA FE, NM The first-ever recipients of the George R.R. Martin Scholarship were announced at the Institute of American Indian Arts during its annual IAIA Scholarship Dinner and Auction held in August. The landmark award seeks to support the Santa Fe film community and encourage students working in the field of cinematic arts. All recipients were IAIA students. The $15,000 “Master Storyteller” scholarship was awarded to Jordana Bass (Winnebago Tribe of Nebraska), the $5,000 “Proven Storyteller” scholarship to Carrie Dada (Cherokee Nation of Oklahoma), and the $5,000 “Newcomer” scholarship to Adensunset Levy.…