- About Us
- By Issue
- Web Content
- Reference Material
Issue No. 6, Spring 2015
- Grupo Sotz'il, Maya Theater, Guatemala
- Storming Canada: Carl Ray
- Art of the Tarahumara
- The History of Hoop Dancing
- Judith Lowry, Maidu-Pit River-Washoe painter
- Nadia Myre, Algonquininterdisciplinary artist
- Alex J. Pena, Comanche-Pawnee-San Ildefonso printmaker
- Troy Sice, Zuni carver
- Recent Developments (news)
- Seven Directions with Gloria Bell (Metis)
- Literature + Art: interview with Cedar Sigo (Suquamish) with art by Topaz Jones (Shoshone-Paiute Tribes of the Duck Valley Reservation)
- Exploring Native Graphic Design: The Byting Willows Project, by Katja Lehmann
- Memorials to Gina Gray (Osage), Bob Hicks (Muscogee Creek), and Josephine Wapp (Comanche)
- ... and Reviews
First American Art Magazine's
Top 10 Native Art Events of 2014
For Native American art, 2014 has been a bustling, productive year, with groundbreaking art shows, tribes encouraging and promoting their artists, publications heralding new art research, and prehistoric artworks being celebrated. Indigenous artists won major mainstream awards and exhibited in international art fairs.
While challenges remain in educating the public about Native art, 2014 saw exhibits of Indigenous art receive critical acclaim from the mainstream media and public sentiment shifting towards the tribes in the issue of repatriating sacred cultural patrimony. First American Art Magazine chose our top ten events that marked this exciting year in Native art. Click to read more....
First American Art Magazine chosen by Library Journal as one of the Best Magazines Launched in 2013!
Library Journal, based in New York and founded in 1876, selects ten of the best magazines launched each year. We were chosen in the top ten, alongside magazines from Sweden and Italy. Read more...
Give the Gift of First American Art Magazine!
For art lovers and supporters of Native American arts and cultures, a subscription to First American Art Magazine is the perfect gift. Order here.
Thanks to everyone who contributed to our Kickstarter fundraiser!
FAAM is distributed by Disticor Distributor to retail outlets throughout Canada and the United States. If you are interested in carrying FAAM, please contact our account executive at Disticor. Additionally FAAM is available through these retail outlets:
- Heard Museum Book Store, 2301 N. Central Ave., Phoenix, AZ | (602) 252-8840 | link
- Case Trading Post, at the Wheelwright Museum, 704 Camino Lejo, Santa Fe, NM | (505) 982-4636 | link
- IAIA Campus Book Store, 83 Avan Nu Po Road, Santa Fe, NM
- Museum of Contemporary Native Arts Museum Store, 108 Cathedral Pl, Santa Fe, NM | (888) 922-4242 | link
- Two Red Brothers Apothecary, 2400 Rio Grande Blvd NW #E, Albuquerque, NM | (505) 242-2032 | link
- Cherokee Arts Center, 212 S. Water Ave, Tahlequah, OK | (918) 453-5728 | link
- Cherokee Nation Gift Shops, various locations throughout OK | link
- Full Circle Bookstore, 50 Penn Place Shopping Mall, 1900 Northwest Expy Oklahoma City, OK 73118 | (405) 842-2900
- The Heritage Center at Red Cloud, 100 Mission Dr., Pine Ridge, SD | (605) 867-1105 | link
- Native American Trading Post, 3971 S. Redwood Rd., Salt Lake City, UT | (801) 952-0184 | link
Read how FAAM was selected as one of the Best Magazines of 2013 by Library Journal: "Magazine Recovery: Best Magazines 2013" by Steve Black
"FIRST AMERICAN ART Celebrates Indigenous Art and Artists" by Dr. Dawn Karima at Powwows.com
Great article, "First American Art Magazine" by Gail Snyder, in Local Flavor, check out page 17
"Joining the Collective Conversation" by Ungelbah Davila (Diné), in SWAIA Official Indian Market Guide, check out page 85 (116)
First American Art Magazine, LLC (FAAM) is a new magazine dedicated solely to the arts of Indigenous peoples of the Americas. Order a print copy today! Issue No. 0 and 1 are out now, and Issue No. 2 will be out in mid-January 2013.
"FAAM fills a gaping void by promoting critical writing on aboriginal art of the Americas directed at the public and driven by artists. It synthesizes the academic and the public perspectives and promotes artists with little to no support infrastructure outside of their own communities. Without a doubt it is on track to be one of the strongest, highest quality publications of its kind." —David Winfield Norman, art writer, Norway
First American Art Magazine, LLC (FAAM) promotes and contextualizes visual, media, literary, and performing arts of Indigenous Americas from a hemispheric Indigenous perspective. Our goal is to foster critical dialogue about Native art. We provide a forum to bridge the academy and the general public. FAAM examines current and historical issues through the lens of Native art.
First American Art Magazine, LLC envisions a world with Indigenous cultural sovereignty. We achieve this by articulating and popularizing Indigenous critical theory in ways accessible to Native communities as well as the non-Native art world.
Tradition isn’t a stagnant pond; it’s a flowing stream.
–Diego Romero (Cochiti Pueblo)
First American Art Magazine
1000 Cordova Place #843
Santa Fe, NM 87505
- Ph (505) 473-0149