FAAM Index

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516 Arts, Albuquerque:

  • Asenap, Jason. “As We See It. Albuquerque: 516 Arts [Review].” 13 (Winter 2016): 76–77.
  • Evans, Lara M. “Octopus Dreams: Works on Paper by Contemporary Native American Artists. Albuquerque: 516 Arts [Review].” 1 (Fall 2013): 62–63.

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A’aninin:

  • Horse Capture, Joe, and heather ahtone. “The Continuum of Plains Pictorial Tradition.” 8 (Fall 2015): 34–39.
  • Harjo, Suzan Shown. “George Horse Capture [Memorial].” 1 (Fall 2013): 77.

Ace, Barry.

  • Smith, Matthew Ryan. “The Archive in Contemporary Indigenous Art.” 12 (Fall 2016): 26–33.

Achomawi:

  • Melero, Melissa. “Judith Lowry: Mountain Maidu-Pit River-Washoe Painter.” 6 (Spring 2015): 50–55.

Advice:

  • Corinne, Cain. “Everything You Wanted to Know about Pricing and Appraising Artwork, but Were Afraid to Ask.” 1 (Fall 2013): 74–75.
  • Melero-Moose, Melissa. “How Not to Write an Article on Native Artists: Advice to Journalist X.” 1 (Fall 2013): 14.

Agoyo, Pilar:

  • Diaz, RoseMary. “Pilar Agoyo: Ohkay Owingeh-Cochiti-Kewa Pueblo Fashion Designer.” 4 (Fall 2014): 26–31.

Ah-Be-Hill, Jeri:

  • Greeves, Teri. “Jeri Ah-Be-Hill [Memorial].” 7 (Summer 2015): 88.

ahtone, heather:

  • ahtone, heather. “Marie Watt: Seneca Installation Artist.” 13 (Winter 2016): 64–69.
  • ahtone, heather. “Re-Riding History: From the Southern Plains to the Matanzas Bay. St. Augustine, FL: Crisp-Ellert Art Museum [Review].” 7 (Summer 2015): 70–72.
  • Horse Capture, Joe, and heather ahtone. “The Continuum of Plains Pictorial Tradition.” 8 (Fall 2015): 34–39.

Ahtoneharjo Growingthunder, Tahnee:

  • Ahtoneharjo Growingthunder, Tahnee. “Seven Directions.” 16 (Fall 2017): 16–17.

Akers, Norman:

  • Merz-Edwards, Jean. “Norman Akers: Osage Painter and Printmaker.” 13 (Winter 2016): 52–57.

Alaska:

  • Quinn, Steve. “Reaching for New Heights: Totem Poles from Southeastern Alaska.” 3 (Summer 2014): 59–63.
  • Bunn-Marcuse, Kathryn. “Celebrations 2016 [Report].” 13 (Winter 2016): 92–93.
  • Diaz, RoseMary. “Top of the World Bound: Seven Pacific Northwest Coast, Alaska, and Canadian First Nations Artists Reflect on Challenge, Opportunity, and San Fe Indian Market.” 1 (Fall 2013): 40–45.
  • Hoover, Anna. “Rolled and Reliefed. Anchorage: Anchorage Community Works [Review].” 6 (Spring 2015): 74–75.
  • Jackinsky, Nadia. “Decolonizing Alaska.” 14 (Spring 2017): 70–71.

Aleck, Ben:

  • Melero-Moose, Melissa. “Ben Aleck: Northern Paiute Painter and Draftsman.” 2 (Spring 2014): 14–17.

Alfred, Marcus:

  • Meredith, America. “Marcus Alfred [Memorial].” 13 (Winter 2013): 105.

Algonquin.

  • Smith, Matthew Ryan. “Nadia Myre: Algonquin Interdisciplinary Artist.” 6 (Spring 2015): 56–61

All My Relations Arts, Minneapolis:

  • Riddle, Mason. “On Fertile Ground: Native Artists in the Upper Midwest. Minneapolis: All My Relations Arts” 6 (Spring 2015): 75–76.

Allen, Joe:

  • Melero, Melissa. “Tule Duck Decoys. Reno: Sheppard Galleries, University of Nevada, Reno [Review].” 10 (Spring 2016): 77.

American Indian Art Magazine:

  • Bell, Gloria. “An Indisputable Source.” 10 (Spring 2016): 30–31.

Amerman, Marcus:

  • Amerman, Marcus. “Rollie Grandbois [Memorial].” 13 (Winter 2016): 103.
  • Diaz, RoseMary. “Marcus Amerman: Choctaw Beadwork Artist.” 15 (Summer 2017): 46–51.

Anchorage Community Works:

  • Hoover, Anna. “Rolled and Reliefed. Anchorage: Anchorage Community Works [Review].” 6 (Spring 2015): 74–75.

Anchorage Museum:

  • Dawley, Martina and Biddison, Dawn. “Neoglyphix Travels North: Anchorage Museum’s Urban Interventions.” 13 (Winter 2016): 44–48.
  • Jackinsky-Sethi, Nadia. “Dena’inaq Huch’ulyeshi: The Dena’inaWay of Living.” 2 (Spring 2014): 60–62.

Anderson, Jeffrey D.:

  • Meredith, America. “Arapaho Women’s Quillwork: Motion, Life, and Creativity [Review of book by Jeffrey D. Anderson].” 2 (Spring 2014).

Apache:

  • Haozous, Emily. “Allan Houser: Reflections on My Grandfather.” 2 (Spring 2014): 36–39.
  • Tiger, Yvonne N. “Beyond Geronimo: The Apache Experience [Review of book by Janet Cantley].” 1 (Fall 2013): 70–71.

Appraising:

  • Corinne, Cain. “Everything You Wanted to Know about Pricing and Appraising Artwork, but Were Afraid to Ask.” 1 (Fall 2013): 74–75.

Apsáalooke: see Crow.

Aquinnah Wampanoag: see Wampanoag.

Arapaho:

  • Greeves, Teri. “Ken Williams: Arapaho-Seneca Beadwork Artist.” 1 (Fall 2013): 34–39.
  • Meredith, America. “Arapaho Women’s Quillwork: Motion, Life, and Creativity [Review of book by Jeffrey D. Anderson].” 2 (Spring 2014).

Archambeau, Jacquie:

  • Archambeau, Jacquie. “Native Haute Couture [Review].” 8 (Fall 2015): 86.

Archival Art:

  • Smith, Matthew Ryan. “The Archive in Contemporary Indigenous Art.” 12 (Fall 2016): 26–33.

Archuleta, Bryon:

  • Gómez, Reid. “Pueblo Revolt [Fiction].” 0 (Spring 2013): 68–75.

Argentina:

  • Cays, Rosa. “Luis Gonzalez Palma: Mestizo Photographer.” 10 (Spring 2016): 60–65.

Armstrong, Leatrice A.:

  • Berlo, Janet Catherine. “Mary Wheelwright: Her Book [Review of book by Leatrice A. Armstrong].” 14 (Spring 2017): 78–79

Art Markets:

  • Diaz, RoseMary. “Top of the World Bound: Seven Pacific Northwest Coast, Alaska, and Canadian First Nations Artists Reflect on Challenge, Opportunity, and San Fe Indian Market.” 1 (Fall 2013): 40–45.
  • Meredith, America. “Santa Fe Indian Market: A History of Native Arts and the Marketplace [Review of book by Bruce Bernstein].” 0 (Spring 2013): 65–66.

Art Mûr, Montreal:

  • Meier, Rhonda. “Storytelling Through Art: The Contemporary Native Art Biennial, 2nd Edition. Montreal: Art Mûr [Review].” 4 (Fall 2014): 75–76.

Aronson, Geoffrey E.:

  • Aronson, Geoffrey E. “Hatsutsil Uchben.” 11 (Summer 2016): 40–45

Art Therapy:

  • Diaz, RoseMary. “Healing Through the Creative Process: Art Therapy in Indian Country.” 2 (Spring 2014): 44–51.

Arthur, Emily:

  • Melero, Melissa. “Endangered. Reno: Sheppard Galleries, University of Nevada, Reno [Review].” 10 (Spring 2016): 77.
  • Pearlstone, Zena. “Emily Arthur: Endangered.” 12 (Fall 2016): 91–92.

Asenap, Jason:

  • Asenap, Jason. “As We See It. Albuquerque: 516 Arts.” 13 (Winter 2016): 76–77.

Ash-Milby, Kathleen:

  • Logan Jr., Doyle. “Kay WalkingStick: An American Artist [Edited Kathleen Ash-Milby and David W. Penney].” 10 (Spring 2016): 82

Ashevak, Kenojuak:

  • Meredith, America. “Kenojuak Ashevak: Pioneering Inuk Artist Inspired Generations with Her Bold Style [Memorial].” 0 (Spring 2013): 77.
  • Smith, Matthew Ryan. “Kenojuak Ashevak: In Memoriam. [Review].” 3 (Summer 2014): 66–67

Assu, Sonny:

  • Meredith, America. “Sonny Assu: Ligwilda’xw Interdisciplinary Artist.” 2 (Summer 2014): 16–21.

Ataumbi, Keri:

  • Cook, Michele. “Keri Ataumbi: Kiowa-Comanche Jeweler and Painter.” 7 (Summer 2015): 44–49.

Athabascan:

  • Norman, David Winfield. “Sonya Kelliher-Combs: Inupiaq-Athabascan Interdisciplinary Artist.” 14 (Spring 2017): 58–63

Augaitis, Dana:

  • Wright, Robin K, Augaitis, Dana, and Jim Harts, Eds. “Charles Edenshaw.” 2 (Spring 2014): 72.

Australia:

  • Hanley, Andrea R. “Biennale of Sydney: All Our Relations [Review].” 0 (Spring 2013): 56–58.

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Babby, Angela:

  • Bordeaux, Mary V. “Angela Babby: Oglala Lakota Glass Artist.” 10 (Spring 2016): 48–53.

Baca, Kim:

  • Baca, Kim. “Sharing His Legacy: James Luna Donates His Archives to IAIA.” 4 (Fall 2014): 70–73.
  • Baca, Kim. “Christine Nofchissey McHorse: Navajo Ceramic Artist and Sculptor.” 8 (Fall 2015): 80–85.

Bacone College:

  • Tiger, Tony A. “Native Soul: The Bacone College Native Art Program 1932–2014.” 3 (Summer 2014): 56–58.

Bagshaw, Margarete:

  • Diaz, RoseMary. “Margarete Bagshaw [Memorial].” 7 (Summer 2015): 89.

Bartow, Rick:

  • Meredith, America. “Rick Bartow [Memorial].” 11 (Summer 2016): 89.

Basketry:

  • Eldred, Michole. “Indian Baskets of Northern California and Oregon [Review of book by Ralph Shanks].” 11 (Summer 2016): 80.
  • Lehmann, Katja. “Byting Willows: Showcasing Excellence in Dine Basket Designs.” 6 (Spring 2015): 14–15.
  • Meredith, America. “Joe Feddersen: Okanagan-Sinixt Printmaker, Glass Artist, and Basket Weaver.” 5 (Winter 2014): 22–27.
  • Potter, Bryn Barabas. “Cahuilla Basketry: An Enduring Legacy.” 4 (Fall 2014): 50–59
  • Potter, Bryn Barabas. “Clint McKay: Dry Creek Pomo-Wappo-Wintun Basket Weaver and Jeweler.” 14 (Spring 2017): 64–69.
  • Skenandore, Hoka. “Wounaan Baskets from the Rainforests of Panama.” 12 (Fall 2016): 95–96.

Beadwork:

  • Diaz, RoseMary. “Marcus Amerman: Choctaw Beadwork Artist.” 15 (Summer 2017): 46–51
  • Greeves, Teri. “Ken Williams: Arapaho-Seneca Beadwork Artist.” 1 (Fall 2013): 34–39.
  • Greeves, Teri. “Orlando Dugi: Diné Beadwork Artist and Fashion Designer.” 0 (Spring 2013): 12–17.
  • Meredith, America. “Ascending New Heights: Four Artists to Watch.” 8 (Fall 2015): 52–57.
  • Meredith, America. “Stitches in Time: The Rebirth of Southeastern Woodlands Beadwork.” 1 (Fall 2013): 46–51.
  • Merz-Edwards, Jean. “Jackie Larson Bread: Blackfeet Beadwork Artist.” 8 (Fall 2015): 62–67.
  • Neil-Binion, Denise. “Walking With Our Sisters: A Commemorative Art Installation.” 7 (Summer 2015): 39–43.

Beardsley, Amanda:

  • Meredith, America. “Fresh Perspectives: Three Artists You Should Know.” 12 (Fall 2016): 56–59.

Begaye, Marwin:

  • Fricke, Suzanne Newman. “Marwin Begaye: Navajo Printmaker.” 11 (Summer 2016): 46–51

Belarde-Lewis, Miranda:

  • Belarde-Lewis, Miranda. “Colin Coonsis: Zuni Jeweler and Lapidarian.” 12 (Fall 2016): 62–67.
  • Belarde-Lewis, Miranda. “Here & Now: Native Artists Inspired [Review].” 8 (Fall 2015): 90–91.

Belin, Esther G.:

  • Diaz, RoseMary. “Esther G. Belin: Diné Poet.” 13 (Winter 2016): 98–101.

Belgodere, Jeanine:

  • Belgodere, Jeanine. “The Theme of Dance in Allan Houser’s Sculptures.” 2 (Spring 2014): 40–43

Bell, Gloria:

  • Bell, Gloria. “Air, Land, Seed. Venice: University of Venice Ca’ Foscari, Palazzo Cosulich [Review].” 1 (Fall 2013): 68–69.
  • Bell, Gloria. An Indisputable Source: American Indian Art Magazine.” 10 (Spring 2016): 30–31.
  • Bell, Gloria. “Baby Blue: Work by Chandra Melting Tallow [Review].” 2 (Spring 2014):65–66.
  • Bell, Gloria. “Dana Claxton: Indian Candy. Vancouver: Winsor Gallery [Review].” 2 (Spring 2014): 67–68.
  • Bell, Gloria. “Robert Davidson: Abstract Impulse [Review].” 4 (Fall 2014): 78–79.

Benavides, Annick:

  • Benavides, Annick. “Guaman Poma and the First New Chronicle and Good Government.” 15 (Summer 2017): 28–34.
  • Meredith, America. “The Cuzco School: Andean Visions in Oil and Gold.” 2 (Spring 2014): 52–59.

Berkemeyer, Eric:

  • Logan Jr., Doyle. “Super Indian: Fritz Scholder 1967–1980 [Review of book edited by John P. Lukavic].” 9 (Winter 2015): 82–83.

Berlo, Janet Catherine:

  • Berlo, Janet Cathrine. “Mary Wheelwright: Her Book [Review of book by Leatrice A. Armstrong].” 14 (Spring 2017): 78–79.
  • Merz-Edwards, Jean. “Native North American Art, 2nd Edition [Written Janet Cathrine Berlo and Ruth B. Phillips].” 6 (Spring 2015): 83.

Bernstein, Bruce:

  • Meredith, America. “Santa Fe Indian Market: A History of Native Arts and the Marketplace [Review of book by Bruce Bernstein].” 0 (Spring 2013): 65–66

Berry, Martha:

  • Berry, Martha. “Indigenous Beauty: Masterworks of American Indian Art from the Diker Collection.” 9 (Winter 2015): 77.
  • Meredith, America. “Stitches in Time: The Rebirth of Southeastern Woodlands Beadwork.” 1 (Fall 2013): 46–51.

Biddison, Dawn:

  • Dawley, Martina and Biddison, Dawn. “Neoglyphix Travels North: Anchorage Museum’s Urban Interventions.” 13 (Winter 2016): 44–48

Biennale of Sydney:

  • Hanley, Andrea R. “Biennale of Sydney: All Our Relations.” 0 (Spring 2013): 56–58.

Bigfeather, Joanna:

  • Fricke, Suzanne Newman. “Perspectives and Parallels; Expanding Interpretive Foundations with American Indian Curators and Writers [Review of book edited by Joanna Bigfeather and Amy Lonetree].” 7 (Summer 2015): 79–80

Blackfeet:

  • Merz-Edwards, Jean. “Jackie Larson Bread: Blackfeet Beadwork Artist.” 8 (Fall 2015): 62–67

Boney Jr., Roy:

  • Boney Jr., Roy. “Papyrus: The Power of Bad Fonts.” 1 (Fall 2013): 15.
  • Boney Jr., Roy. “Something Imperialistic Happened on the Way to the Louvre: Delegation Amerindienne An Artist’s Perspective.” 0 (Spring 2013): 40–45.
  • Boney Jr., Roy. “Graphic Natives: The Indigenous Narratives Collective.” 3 (Summer 2014): 42–47
  • Boney Jr., Roy. “Troy Jackon: Cherokee Ceramic Sculptor.” 4 (Fall 2014): 32–37
  • Boney Jr., Roy. “Bobby C. Martin: Muscogee Creek Printmaker.” 8 (Fall 2015): 74–79
  • Boney Jr., Roy. “Lloyd Kiva New: His Cherokee Roots and Legacy in Oklahoma.” 12 (Fall 2016): 40–45.
  • Fricke, Suzanne Newman. “The Force Will Be With You… Always: Science Fiction Imagery in Native American Art.” 12 (Fall 2016): 34–39.

Bordeaux, Mary:

  • Bordeaux, Mary. “Kevin Pourier: Oglala Lakota Buffalo Horn Carver and Jeweler.” 4 (Fall 2014): 44–49
  • Bordeaux, Mary V. “Angela Babby: Oglala Lakota Glass Artist.” 10 (Spring 2016): 48–53.

Bridges, David Moses:

  • Schulz, David. “David Moses Bridges [Memorial].” 14 (Spring 2017): 86

Butler-Palmer, Carolyn:

  • Butler-Palmer, Carolyn. “Yakuglas’ Legacy: The Art and Times of Charlie James [Review of book by Ronald W. Hawker].” 15 (Summer 2017): 83–84

Bunn-Marcuse, Kathryn:

  • Southall, Neebinnaukzhik. “In the Spirit of the Ancestors: Contemporary Northwest Coast Art at the Burke Museum [Review of book edited by Robin K. Wright and Kathryn Bunn-Marcuse].” 2 (Spring 2014): 73.
  • Bunn-Marcuse, Kathryn. “Celebration 2016 [Report].” 13 (Winter 2016): 92–93

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Caddo:

  • Southall, Neebinnaukzhik. “Chad Earles: Caddo Visual Communicator.” 7 (Summer 2015): 14–15
  • Meredith, America. “The Artistic Legacy of Spiro Mounds.” 15 (Summer 2017): 18–27.
  • Pahdopony, Juanita. “Chase Kahwinhut Earles: Ancestral Caddo Pottery.” 11 (Summer 2016): 73–74

Cahuilla:

  • Potter, Bryn Barabas. “Cahuilla Basketry: An Enduring Legacy.” 4 (Fall 2014): 50–59

Cain, Corinne:

  • Corinne, Cain. “Everything You Wanted to Know about Pricing and Appraising Artwork, but Were Afraid to Ask.” 1 (Fall 2013): 74–75.

Calderin, Jay:

  • Meredith, America. “Native Fashion Now: North American Indian Style [Review of book edited by Karen Kramer].” 10 (Spring 2015): 83–84

California:

  • Long, Zelma. “Listening to the Stone: Original Inuit Art.” 7 (Summer 2015): 68–69
  • Pearlstone, Zena. “Emily Arthur: Endangered.” 12 (Fall 2016): 91–92
  • Potter, Bryn Barabas. “California Continued.” 14 (Spring 2017): 71–72

California State Capitol Museum:

  • Melero-Moose, Melissa. “Contemporary Native American Art. Sacramento: California State Capitol Museum.” 1 (Fall 2013): 65–66.

Callañaupa Alverez, Nilda:

  • Golar, Staci. “Nilda Callañaupa Alverez: Quecha Textile Artist.” 7 (Summer 2015): 50–55

Cantley, Janet:

  • Tiger, Yvonne N. “Beyond Geronimo: The Apache Experience [Review of book by Janet Cantley].” 1 (Fall 2013): 70–71.

Carving:

  • Bordeaux, Mary. “Kevin Pourier: Oglala Lakota Buffalo Horn Carver and Jeweler.” 4 (Fall 2014): 44–49.

Catawba:

  • Eldred, Michole. “The Talent and Traditions of Catawba Potters.” 7 (Summer 2015): 22–28.

Cays, Rosa:

  • Cays, Rosa. “Luis Gonzalez Palma: Mestizo Photographer.” 10 (Spring 2016): 60–65.

Ceramics:

  • Baca Smith, Kim. “Christine Nofchissey McHorse: Navajo Ceramic Artist and Sculptor.” 8 (Fall 2015): 80–85
  • Boney Jr., Roy. “Troy Jackon: Cherokee Ceramic Sculptor.” 4 (Fall 2014): 32–37
  • Diaz, RoseMary. “Diego Romero: Cochiti Potter.” 9 (Winter 2015): 68–73
  • Diaz, RoseMary. “Jennifer Moquino: Santa Clara Ceramic Artist.” 12 (Fall 2016): 68–73
  • Eldred, Michole. “The Talent and Traditions of Catawba Potters.” 7 (Summer 2015): 22–28.
  • Meredith, America. “Jane Osti: Cherokee Ceramic Artist.” 11 (Summer 2016): 66–71
  • Meredith, America. “Ascending New Heights: Four Artists to Watch.” 8 (Fall 2015): 52–57
  • Meredith, America. “Ascending New Heights: Four Artists to Watch.” 8 (Fall 2015): 52–57.
  • Meredith, America. “Fresh Perspectives: Three Artists You Should Know.” 12 (Fall 2016): 56–59.
  • Neil-Binion, Denise. “Anita Fields: Osage-Muscogee Ceramic Artist.” 0 (Spring 2013): 18–23.
  • Pahdopony, Juanita. “Chase Kahwinhut Earles: Ancestral Caddo Pottery.” 11 (Summer 2016): 73–74.
  • Short, Cathy. “Mata Ortiz Pottery.” 11 (Summer 2016): 28–33.

Chacon, Nani:

      • Fricke, Suzanne Newman. “Nanibah ‘Nani’ Chacon: Diné-Xicana Painter.” 1 (Fall 2013): 16–21.

Chandler, Deborah:

  • Merz-Edwards, Jean. “Traditional Weavers of Guatemala: Their Stories, Their Lives [Review of book by Deborah Chandler and Teresa Cordon].” 10 (Spring 2015): 84–85.

Chaddlesone, Sherman:

  • Mikkanen, Arvo. “Sherman Chaddlesone [Memorial].” 2 (Spring 2014): 78

Cherokee:

  • Boney Jr., Roy. “Troy Jackon: Cherokee Ceramic Sculptor.” 4 (Fall 2014): 32–37.
  • Boney Jr., Roy. “Lloyd Kiva New: His Cherokee Roots and Legacy in Oklahoma.” 12 (Fall 2016): 40–45.
  • Dowell, JoKay. “Shan Goshorn: Eastern Band Cherokee Interdisciplinary Artist.” 1 (Fall 2013): 22–27.
  • McCoy Jr., Daniel. “Joan Hill: Muscogee-Cherokee Painter.” 9 (Winter 2015): 50–55.
  • Meredith, America. “Jane Osti: Cherokee Ceramic Artist.” 11 (Summer 2016): 66–71.
  • Meredith, Mary Ellen. “Honor and Revival: Cherokee National Treasures.” 15 (Summer 2017): 36–39.
  • Smith, Matthew Ryan. “Santee Frazier: Cherokee Writer, Poet, and Educator.” 11 (Summer 2016): 86–88.
  • Meredith, America. “Fresh Perspectives: Three Artists You Should Know.” 12 (Fall 2016): 56–59.

Cheyenne:

  • Greeves, Teri. “Frank Pipe Woman Sheridan [Memorial].” 4 (Fall 2014): 91.

Chicana/Chicano:

  • Fricke, Suzanne Newman. “Nanibah ‘Nani’ Chacon: Diné-Xicana Painter.” 1 (Fall 2013): 16–21.

Chickasaw:

  • Meredith, America. “Erin Shaw: Chickasaw-Choctaw Painter.” 0 (Spring 2013): 30–35.
  • Meredith, America. “Brent Greenwood: Chickasaw-Ponca Painter.” 8 (Fall 2015): 68–73.
  • Monks, Vicki. “Margaret Roach Wheeler: Chickasaw Textile Artist.” 13 (Winter 2016): 70–75

Chile:

  • McKinnon, Heidi. “Mapuche Silver: Dreams, Tears, and the Work of a ” 5 (Winter 2014): 48–55.
  • Meredith, America. “The Cuzco School: Andean Visions in Oil and Gold.” 2 (Spring 2014): 52–59.

Choctaw:

  • Meredith, America. “Erin Shaw: Chickasaw-Choctaw Painter.” 0 (Spring 2013): 30–35.
  • Diaz, RoseMary. “Marcus Amerman: Choctaw Beadwork Artist.” 15 (Summer 2017): 46–51
  • Meredith, America. “Fresh Perspectives: Three Artists You Should Know.” 12 (Fall 2016): 56–59

Church, Kelly:

  • Church, Kelly. “Before and After the Horizon: Anishinaabe of the Great Lakes. New York: National Museum of the American Indian George Gustav Heye Center” 4 (Fall 2014): 77–78.

Clark, Jessica:

  • Fields, Nancy Strickland. “Jessica Clark: Lumbee Painter.” 5 (Winter 2014): 16–21

Cochiti Pueblo:

  • Diaz, RoseMary. “Pilar Agoyo: Ohkay Owingeh-Cochiti-Kewa Pueblo Fashion Designer.” 4 (Fall 2014): 26–31
  • Meredith, America. “Ascending New Heights: Four Artists to Watch.” 8 (Fall 2015): 52–57

Cody, Radmilla:

  • Gómez, Reid. “Radmilla Cody: Navajo Singer and Activist.” 2 (Spring 2014): 18–23

Coffin, Barry:

  • Meredith, America. “Barry Coffin (Memorial).” 14 (Spring 2017): 87

Colorado River:

  • Meredith, America. “Colorado River Geoglyphs: Guardians of a Sacred Landscape.” 1 (Fall 2013): 56–61.

Comanche:

  • Cook, Michele. “Keri Ataumbi: Kiowa-Comanche Jeweler and Painter.” 7 (Summer 2015): 44–49
  • Fricke, Suzanne Newman. “Alex J. Pena: Comanche-Pawnee-San Ildefonso Printmaker.” 6 (Spring 2015): 62–67

Comics:

  • McCoy Jr., Daniel. “Inner-City Southwestern Disenchantment [Comic].” 1 (Fall 2013): 78–79.
  • Boney Jr., Roy. “Graphic Natives: The Indigenous Narratives Collective.” 3 (Summer 2014): 42–47

Canoes:

  • Ellingburg, Misty. “Opening the Water Highway: Tribal Canoe Journeys as an Honor Song for American Indian People.” 7 (Summer 2015): 16–21

Caruso, Laura:

  • Merz-Edwards, Jean. “Art in Motion: Native American Explorations of Time, Place, and Thought [Review of book edited by John Lukavic and Laura Caruso].” 13 (Winter 2016): 88.

Cooper, Karen Coody:

      • Fricke, Suzanne Newman. “Oklahoma Cherokee Baskets [Review of book by Karen Coody Cooper].” 13 (Winter 2016): 90–91

Cook, Michele:

  • Cook, Michele. “Keri Ataumbi: Kiowa-Comanche Jeweler and Painter.” 7 (Summer 2015): 44–49.

Coonsis, Colin:

      • Belarde-Lewis, Miranda. “Colin Coonsis: Zuni Jeweler and Lapidarian.” 12 (Fall 2016): 62–67

Copyright:

      • Kemper, Kevin. “Everything You Create is Protected by Copyright Law.” 8 (Fall 2015): 108–109
      • Kemper, Kevin R. “Fair Use: Content, Copyright, and Culture.” 9 (Winter 2015): 88–89
      • Kemper, Kevin R. “Is it a Copy, Or Is It a Copy?: The Claim of Copyright in Copies of Copies.” 10 (Spring 2016): 90–91
      • Kemper, Kevin. “Copyright Protection and the Arts.” 11 (Summer 2016): 84–85

Corbett, Tom:

      • Logan Jr., Doyle. “Laguna Pueblo: A Photographic History [Review of book by Lee Marmon and Tom Corbett].” 8 (Fall 2015): 96–97.

Cordon, Teresa:

      • Merz-Edwards, Jean. “Traditional Weavers of Guatemala: Their Stories, Their Lives [Written by Deborah Chandler and Teresa Cordon].” 10 (Spring 2015): 84–85.

Cree:

      • Smith, Matthew Ryan, “Art+Lit: Quinn Smallboy.” 12 (Fall 2016): 100–103.
      • Smith, Matthew Ryan. “Storming Canada: Carl Ray, Indigenous Representation, and Sacred Legends.” 6 (Spring 2015): 24–29.

Crow [Apsáalooke]:

      • Watson, Mary Jo. “Wendy Red Star: Crow Interdisciplinary Artist.” 5 (Winter 2014): 34–39

Cutropia, Rose Marie:

  • Cutropia, Rose Marie. “Frame, Mat, Glass? How Do You Decide?.” 15 (Summer 2017): 40–42

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Dance:

  • Neil-Binion, Denise. “Maria Tallchief [Memorial].” 1 (Fall 2013): 76.

Davis, Sage:

  • Diaz, RoseMary. “I Am Anishinaabe.” 16 (Fall 2017): 18–20.

Dawley, Martina:

  • Dawley, Martina and Biddison, Dawn. “Neoglyphix Travels North: Anchorage Museum’s Urban Interventions.” 13 (Winter 2016): 44–48

De Cora, Angel:

  • Southall, Neebinnaukzhik. “Exploring Native Graphic Design.” 0 (Spring 2013): 10.

Denver Art Museum:

  • Hale, Scott W. “Revolt 1680/2180: Virgil Ortiz. Denver: Denver Art Museum [Review].” 9 (Winter 2015): 75–76.
  • Hale, Scott W. “Super Indian: Fritz Scholder 1967–1980. Denver: Denver Art Museum [Review].” 10 (Spring 2016): 73–74.
  • Merz-Edwards, Jean. “Art in Motion: Native American Explorations of Time, Place, and Thought [Review of book edited by John Lukavic and Laura Caruso].” 13 (Winter 2016): 88.

Diaz, Natalie:

  • Gómez, Reid. “Natalie Diaz: Mojave-Pima Poet.” 5 (Winter 2014): 76–79.

Diaz, RoseMary:

  • Diaz, RoseMary. “Healing Through the Creative Process: Art Therapy in Indian Country.” 2 (Spring 2014): 44–51.
  • Diaz, RoseMary. “I Am Anishinaabe.” 16 (Fall 2017): 18–20.
  • Diaz, RoseMary. “Jicarilla: Home Near the Heart of the World.” 13 (Winter 2016): 78–79
  • Diaz, RoseMary. “La Verna (Laverne): Goldtooth (Memorial).” 2 (Spring 2014): 79.
  • Diaz, RoseMary. “Pilar Agoyo: OhKay Owingeh-Cochiti-Kewa Pueblo Fashion Designer.” 4 (Fall 2014): 26–31
  • Diaz, RoseMary. “Through the Sacred Circle: A Brief History of the Hoop Dance in North America.” 6 (Spring 2015): 40–45
  • Diaz, RoseMary. “Near the Water’s Edge.” 7 (Summer 2015): 86–87.
  • Diaz, RoseMary. “Margarete Bagshaw (Memorial).” 7 (Summer 2015): 89.
  • Diaz, RoseMary. “Diego Romero: Cochiti Potter.” 9 (Winter 2015): 68–73.
  • Diaz, RoseMary. “Jennifer Moquino: Santa Clara Ceramic Artist.” 12 (Fall 2016): 68–73.
  • Diaz, RoseMary. “Esther G. Belin: Diné Poet.” 13 (Winter 2016): 98–101.
  • Diaz, RoseMary. “Rollie Grandbois (Memorial).” 13 (Winter 2016): 103.
  • Diaz, RoseMary. “Decontie and Brown: Penobscot Jewelry and Fashion Designers.” 14 (Spring 2017): 16–18.
  • Diaz, RoseMary. “Marcus Amerman: Choctaw Beadwork Artist.” 15 (Summer 2017): 46–51.
  • Diaz, RoseMary. “The Thunderbird Poems [Review of book by Armand Garnet Ruffo].” 9 (Winter 2015): 84–85.
  • Diaz, RoseMary. “Top of the World Bound: Seven Pacific Northwest Coast, Alaska, and Canadian First Nations Artists Reflect on Challenge, Opportunity, and Sante Fe Indian Market.” 1 (Fall 2013): 40–45.
  • Meredith, America. “RoseMary Diaz: Santa Clara Pueblo Tewa Writer.” 7 (Summer 2015): 84–85.

Dick, Beau:

  • Meredith, America. “Beau Dick (Memorial).” 15 (Summer 2017): 90–91

Digital Media:

  • Lapensee, Elizabeth. “The Artistry of Indigenous Games.” 8 (Fall 2015): 22–23
  • Smith, Matthew Ryan. “Visual Artist and Designer: Jodi Webster.” 12 (Fall 2016): 22–23

Dowell, JoKay:

  • Dowell, JoKay. “Shan Goshorn: Eastern Band Cherokee Interdisciplinary Artist.” 1 (Fall 2013): 22–27.

Drawing:

  • Melero-Moose, Melissa “Ben Aleck: Northern Paiute Painter and Draftsman.” 2 (Spring 2014): 14–17

Dry Creek Pomo: see Pomo.

Dubin, Lois S.:

  • Meredith, America. “Floral Journey: Native North American Beadwork [Review of book by Lois S. Dubin].” 4 (Fall 2014): 84–85.

Dugi, Orlando:

  • Greeves, Teri. “Orlando Dugi: Diné Beadwork Artist and Fashion Designer.” 0 (Spring 2013): 12–17.
  • Perala-Hunt, Linda. “One Bead at a Time: Artistry of Orlando Dugi and Kenneth Williams [Review].” 5 (Winter 2014): 64

Dzawada’enuxw: See Kwakwaka’wakw.

  • Smith, Matthew Ryan. “Marianne Nicolson, PhD: Dzawada’enuxw Interdisciplinary Artist and Educator.” 11 (Summer 2016): 58–65.

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Earles, Chad:

  • Southall, Neebinnaukzhik. “Chad Earles: Caddo Visual Communicator.” 7 (Summer 2015): 14–15.

Earthworks:

  • Meredith, America. “Ohio’s Ancient Earthworks.” 5 (Winter 2014): 56–59.
  • Meredith, America. “Those Who are Above, Those Who are on Earth: Effigy Mounds of Southern Wisconsin.” 10 (Spring 2016): 22–29.

Eastern Band Cherokee: see Cherokee.

Ebelacker, Jamelyn:

  • Ebelacker, Jamelyn. “David Lee Pecos [Memorial].” 5 (Winter 2014): 71.

Echo-Hawk, Bunky:

  • Eldred, Michole. “Bunky Echo-Hawk: Modern Warrior. Chicago: Field Museum [Review].” 5 (Winter 2014): 63.

Ecuador:

  • Meredith, America. “Indigenous Intercontinental Biennial Art V. Quito. [Report].” 5 (Winter 2014): 69.

Eiteljorg Museum of American Indians and Western Art:

  • Fricke, Suzanne Newman. “Conversations: Eiteljorg Contemporary Art Fellowship 2015 [Review of book edited by Ashley Holland and Jennifer Complo McNutt].” 10 (Spring 2015): 81.

Eldred, Michole:

  • Eldred, Michole. “The Talent and Traditions of Catawba Potters.” 7 (Summer 2015): 22–28
  • Eldred, Michole. “The Tom and Mary James/Raymond James Finanical Art Collection.” 13 (Winter 2016): 38–43
  • Eldred, Michole. “Indian Baskets of Northern California and Oregon [Review of book by Ralph Shanks].” 11 (Summer 2016): 80.
  • Eldred, Michole. “The Far North: Inuit Prints and Sculpture.” 14 (Spring 2017): 74–75
  • Eldred, Michole. “Bunky Echo-Hawk: Modern Warrior. Chicago: Field Museum [Review].” 5 (Winter 2014): 63.

Elizondo Jr., Michael:

  • Meredith, America. “Fresh Perspectives: Three Artists You Should Know.” 12 (Fall 2016): 56–59

Ellingburg, Misty:

  • Ellingburg, Misty. “Opening the Water Highway: Tribal Canoe Journeys as an Honor Song for American Indian People.” 7 (Summer 2015): 16–21.

Elmore, Steve:

  • Merz-Edwards, Jean. “In Search of Nampeyo: The Early Years 1875–1892 [Review of book by Steve Elmore].” 8 (Fall 2015): 94.

Elmore, Vanessa:

  • Elmore, Vanessa. “Let It Sink In: The Art of Jagua.” 4 (Fall 2014): 64–69.

Erb, Joseph:

  • Erb, Joseph. “Bobby Kenneth Hicks [Memorial].” 6 (Spring 2015): 87.

Erdich, Louise:

  • Harjo, Suzan Shown. “The Round House [Review of book by Louise Erdich].” 0 (Spring 2013): 64.

Estrada-Goeman, Wandeyu:

  • Estrada-Goeman, Wandeyu. “Iroquois Whimsies.” 11 (Summer 2016): 22–27.

Evans, Lara M.:

  • Evans, Lara M. “Octopus Dreams: Works on Paper by Contemporary Native American Artists. Albuquerque: 516 Arts.” 1 (Fall 2013): 62–63.
  • Evans, Lara M., “Larry McNeil: Tlingt-Nisga’a Photographer and Printmaker.” 5 (Winter 2014): 28–33

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Fashion:

  • Greeves, Teri. “Orlando Dugi: Diné Beadwork Artist and Fashion Designer.” 0 (Spring 2013): 12–17.
  • Metcalfe, Jessica R., “More Than Just A Trend: Rethinking The Native in Native Fashion.” 0 (Spring 2013): 36–39.
  • Diaz, RoseMary. “Decontie and Brown: Penobscot Jewelry and Fashion Designers.” 14 (Spring 2017): 16–18.
  • Diaz, RoseMary. “I Am Anishinaabe.” 16 (Fall 2017): 18–20.
  • Stock, Alexandra Ponca. “Wendy Ponca: Osage Fashion Designer and Textile Artist.” 9 (Winter 2015): 62–67
  • Southall, Neebinnaukzhik. “Eunique Yazzie: Design in the Community.” 11 (Summer 2016): 20–21
  • Southall, Neebinnaukzhik. “The Making of a Designer: Mark Rutledge.” 4 (Fall 2014): 24–25
  • Diaz, RoseMary. “Pilar Agoyo: OhKay Owingeh-Cochiti-Kewa Pueblo Fashion Designer.” 4 (Fall 2014): 26–31
  • Meredith, America. “Ascending New Heights: Four Artists to Watch.” 8 (Fall 2015): 52–57.

Favell, Rosalie:

  • Smith, Matthew Ryan. “The Archive in Contemporary Indigenous Art.” 12 (Fall 2016): 26–33.

Feddersen, Joe:

      • Meredith, America. “Joe Feddersen: Okanagan-Sinixt Printmaker, Glass Artist, and Basket Weaver.” 5 (Winter 2014): 22–27.

Feminism:

      • Meredith, America. “Stands with a Fist. Santa Fe: Museum of Contemporary Native Arts.” 1 (Fall 2013): 67–68.
      • Merz-Edwards, Jean. “Intersections Between Feminism and Indigenous Art.” 14 (Spring 2016): 26–31

Fendenheim, James:

      • Fendenheim, James and Magdalena Velasco. “Bill Soza Warsoldier [Memorial].” 3 (Summer 2014): 78.

Field Museum:

      • Eldred, Michole. “Bunky Echo-Hawk: Modern Warrior. Chicago: Field Museum [Review].” 5 (Winter 2014): 63.

Fields, Anita:

      • Neil-Binion, Denise. “Anita Fields: Osage-Muscogee Ceramic Artist.” 0 (Spring 2013): 18–23.

Fields, Nancy Strickland:

      • Fields, Nancy Strickland. “Jessica Clark: Lumbee Painter.” 5 (Winter 2014): 16–21
      • Fields, Nancy Strickland. “Threads of Identity: Contemporary Maya Textiles Charlotte, NC: Mint Museum [Review].” 12 (Fall 2016): 88.

Film/Video:

  • Norman, David Winfield. “Inuk Silis Hoegh: Kalaaleq Filmmaker and Interdisciplinary Artist.” 7 (Summer 2015): 62–67
  • Smith, Matthew Ryan. “Asleep and Awake Contemporary Indigenous Video Art and the Politics of Presence.” 8 (Fall 2015): 40–45

Flett, George:

  • Meredith, America. “George Flett: Love and Camas—Renowned Ledger Artist Was Dedicated to His People [Memorial].” 0 (Spring 2013): 78.

Fragua, Cliff:

  • Smith, Matthew Ryan. “Cliff Fragua: Jemez Pueblo Sculptor.” 10 (Spring 2016): 54–59

France:

  • Boney Jr., Roy, “Something Imperialistic Happened on the Way to the Louvre: Delegation Amerindienne An Artist’s Perspective.” 0 (Spring 2013): 40–45.
  • Harjo, Suzan Shown. “Cultural Heritage, Art, & Living Beings: Justice Lost in Translation.” 1 (Fall 2013): 52–55.

Frazier, Santee.

  • Smith, Matthew Ryan. “Santee Frazier: Cherokee Writer, Poet, and Educator.” 11 (Summer 2016): 86–88

Fred Jones Jr. Museum of Art:

      • Neil-Binion, Denise. “Hopituy: Hopi Art from the Permanent Collections. Norman, OK: Fred Jones Jr. Museum of Art.” 1 (Fall 2013): 64–65.

Fricke, Suzanne Newman:

  • Fricke, Suzanne Newman. “Nanibah ‘Nani’ Chacon: Diné-Xicana Painter.” 1 (Fall 2013): 16–21.
  • Fricke, Suzanne Newman. “Matika Wilbur: Swinomish-Tulalip Photographer.” 3 (Summer 2014): 34–41
  • Fricke, Suzanne Newman. “Alex J. Pena: Comanche-Pawnee- San Ildefonso Printmaker.” 6 (Spring 2015): 62–67
  • Fricke, Suzanne Newman. “Marwin Begaye: Navajo Printmaker.” 11 (Summer 2016): 46–51
  • Fricke, Suzanne Newman. “The Force Will Be With You… Always: Science Fiction Imagery in Native American Art.” 12 (Fall 2016): 34–39.
  • Fricke, Suzanne Newman. “Nora Naranjo Morse: Tewa Sculptor.” 15 (Summer 2017): 58–63
  • Fricke, Suzanne Newman. “As We See It: Photography by Contemporary Native American Artists.” 5 (Winter 2014): 69–70
  • Fricke, Suzanne Newman. “Perspectives and Parallels; Expanding Interpretive Foundations with American Indian Curators and Writers [Review of book edited by Joanna Bigfeather and Amy Lonetree].” 7 (Summer 2015): 79–80
  • Fricke, Suzanne Newman. “Conversations: Eiteljorg Contemporary Art Fellowship 2015 [Edited Ashley Holland and Jennifer Complo McNutt].” 10 (Spring 2015): 81
  • Fricke, Suzanne Newman. “Oklahoma Cherokee Baskets [Written by Karen Coody Cooper].” 13 (Winter 2016): 90–91
  • Fricke, Suzanne Newman “Gashka’oode (Tangled): [Edited by Dolleen Manning].” 4 (Fall 2014): 85–86
  • Fricke, Suzanne Newman. “Melanie Yazzie: Geographies of Memory.” 3 (Summer 2014): 64–65
  • Fricke, Suzanne Newman. “War Department: Selections from MoCNA’s Permanent Collection.” 8 (Fall 2015): 89–90
  • Fricke, Suzanne Newman. “Acting OUT: A Symposium on Indigenous Performance Art.” 10 (Spring 2016): 86–87
  • Fricke, Suzanne Newman. “Patrick Dean Hubbell Earth: Untitled.” 13 (Winter 2016): 82–83
  • Fricke, Suzanne Newman. “Plunder Me Baby: Paintings and Sculpture.” 15 (Summer 2017): 76–77
  • Fricke, Suzanne Newman. “Migration.” 9 (Winter 2015): 85–86
  • Fricke, Suzanne Newman. “Hemispheres: Visual Cultures of the Americas, Volume VI [Edited by India Young].” 2 (Spring 2014): 71

Frida Kahlo:

  • Short, Cathy. “Frida Kahlo: Her Photos. Phoenix: Heard Museum.” 10 (Spring 2016): 74–76.

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Galanin, Nicholas:

      • Smith, Matthew Ryan. “Nicholas Galanin: Tlingit-Unangax Interdisciplinary Artist.” 7 (Summer 2015): 56–61.
      • Smith, Matthew Ryan. “Tsu Heidei Shugaxtutaan [Review of video by Nicholas Galanin].” 4 (Fall 2014): 87.

Galería da la Raza, San Francisco:

      • Meredith, America. “Real N.D.N.—Native Diaspora Now. San Francisco: Galería de la Raza [Review].” 0 (Spring 2013): 60–61.

Garnet Ruffo, Armand:

  • Diaz, RoseMary. “The Thunderbird Poems [Review of book by Armand Garnet Ruffo].” 9 (Winter 2015): 84–85.

Guaman Poma de Ayala, Felipe:

  • Benavides, Annick. “Guaman Poma and the First New Chronicle and Good Government.” 15 (Summer 2017): 28–34.

Geoglyphs:

  • Meredith, America. “Colorado River Geoglyphs: Guardians of a Sacred Landscape.” 1 (Fall 2013): 56–61.

Gibson, Jeffrey:

  • Meredith, America. “Jeffrey Gibson: Speak to Me. Oklahoma City: Oklahoma Contemporary [Review].” 15 (Summer 2017): 71–73<./li>

Glass Art:

  • Bordeaux, Mary V. “Angela Babby: Oglala Lakota Glass Artist.” 10 (Spring 2016): 48–53.
    • Meredith, America. “Joe Feddersen: Okanagan-Sinixt Printmaker, Glass Artist, and Basket Weaver.” 5 (Winter 2014): 22–27.
    • Merz-Edwards, Jean. “Preston Singletary: Tlingit Glass Artist.” 12 (Fall 2016): 80–85.

Gokey, Renee:

      • Gokey, Renee. “Eewansaapita {Sunrise} Summer Educational Experience.” 8 (Fall 2015): 98–9.9

Golar, Staci:

      • Golar, Staci. “James Lavadour: Walla Walla Painter and Printmaker.” 15 (Summer 2017): 52–57.
      • Golar, Staci. “John Trudell [Memorial].” 10 (Spring 2016): 89.
      • Golar, Staci. “Nilda Callañaupa Alverez: Quecha Textile Artist.” 7 (Summer 2015): 50–55.

Goldtooth, Laverne:

      • Diaz, RoseMary. “La Verna (Laverne) Goldtooth [Memorial].” 2 (Spring 2014): 79

Gómez, Reid:

      • Gómez, Reid. “Pueblo Revolt. [Fiction].” 0 (Spring 2013): 68–75.
      • Gómez, Reid. “Radmilla Cody: Navajo Singer and Activist.” 2 (Spring 2014): 18–23.
      • Gómez, Reid. “Natalie Diaz: Mojave-Pima Poet.” 5 (Winter 2014): 76–79.
      • Gómez, Reid. “Cedar Sigo: Suquamish Poet.” 6 (Spring 2015): 89–93.

Gonzalez Palma, Luis:

      • Cays, Rosa. “Luis Gonzalez Palma: Mestizo Photographer.” 10 (Spring 2016): 60–65.

Goshorn, Shan:

  • Dowell, JoKay. “Shan Goshorn: Eastern Band Cherokee Interdisciplinary Artist.” 1 (Fall 2013): 22–27.
  • Smith, Matthew Ryan. “The Archive in Contemporary Indigenous Art.” 12 (Fall 2016): 26–33.

Grandbois, Rollie:

  • Amerman, Marcus. “Rollie Grandbois [Memorial].” 13 (Winter 2016): 103
  • Diaz, RoseMary. “Rollie Grandbois [Memorial].” 13 (Winter 2016): 103

Graphic Design:

  • Boney Jr., Roy. “Papyrus: The Power of Bad Fonts.” 1 (Fall 2013): 15.
  • Southall, Neebinnaukzhik. “Exploring Native Graphic Design.” 0 (Spring 2013): 10.
  • Southall, Neebinnaukzhik. “Exploring Native Graphic Design: Activism & Design.” 1 (Fall 2013): 12–13.
  • Southall, Neebinnaukzhik. “Not Another Mascot Article.” 10 (Spring 2016): 20–21

Gray, Gina:

  • Gray, Louis. “Gina Leona Gray [Memorial].” 6 (Spring 2015): 86

Gray, Louis:

  • Gray, Louis. “Gina Leona Gray [Memorial].” 6 (Spring 2015): 86.

Great Plains:

  • Horse Capture, Joe, and heather ahtone. “The Continuum of Plains Pictorial Tradition.” 8 (Fall 2015): 34–39.
  • Montano, Roshii and Ahlberg Yohe, Jill. “Blanketing the Plains: Hanoolchaadi in Indian Country.” 14 (Spring 2016): 20–25.
  • Neil-Binion, Denise. “German Silver Jewelry of the Southern Plains Indians.” 14 (Spring 2017): 32–38.

Greenland:

  • Meredith, America. “Northern Lights: Greenlandic Art in the 21st Century.” 0 (Spring 2013): 46–55.
  • Norman, David Winfield. “Blok P: Final Salute [Review].” 2 (Spring 2014): 62–63
  • Norman, David Winfield. “Greenland: Head for the Centre of the World [Review].” 2 (Spring 2014): 63–65.

Greenwood, Brent:

  • Meredith, America. “Brent Greenwood: Chickasaw-Ponca Painter.” 8 (Fall 2015): 68–73

Greeves, Teri:

  • Greeves, Teri. “Carla Hemlock: Mohawk Quiltmaker.” 2 (Spring 2014): 24–29.
  • Greeves, Teri. “Frank Pipe Woman Sheridan [Memorial].” 4 (Fall 2014): 91.
  • Greeves, Teri. “Jeri Ah-Be-Hill [Memorial].” 7 (Summer 2015): 88.
  • Greeves, Teri. “Edward Wapp (Wapeconiah): Jr. [Memorial].” 12 (Summer 2016): 105–106.
  • Greeves, Teri. “Ken Williams: Arapaho-Seneca Beadwork Artist.” 1 (Fall 2013): 34–39.
  • Greeves, Teri. “Orlando Dugi: Diné Beadwork Artist and Fashion Designer.” 0 (Spring 2013): 12–17.

Guatemala:

  • Cays, Rosa. “Luis Gonzalez Palma: Mestizo Photographer.” 10 (Spring 2016): 60–65.
  • McKinnon, Heidi. “Dancing with Fire: The Majestic ad Dangerous Work of Grupo Sotz’il.” 6 (Spring 2015): 16–23.

Guna:

  • Szok, Peter. “Antologia de poetas kunas [Review of book edited by Arysteiders Ikuaiklikina Turpana and Manigueuigdinapi Stanley].” 13 (Winter 2016): 86–87.
  • Szok, Peter. “Kansuet: Guna Painter.” 11 (Summer 2016): 52–57.

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Hagen, John:

  • Hagen, John. “Chilkat River Study: Photo Series.” 2 (Spring 2014): 76–77

Hale, Scott W.:

  • Hale, Scott W. “Regarding Curtis.” 7 (Summer 2015): 75–76
  • Hale, Scott W. “Revolt 1680/2180: Virgil Ortiz. Denver: Denver Art Museum [Review].” 9 (Winter 2015): 75–76.
  • Hale, Scott W. “Super Indian: Fritz Scholder 1967–1980. Denver: Denver Art Museum [Review].” 10 (Spring 2016): 73–74.
  • Hale, Scott W. “The Plains Indians: Artists of Earth and Sky.” 5 (Winter 2014): 60–62
  • Hale, Scott W. “Santa Fe Center for the Study of Southwestern Jewelry.” 8 (Fall 2015): 100–101
  • Hale, Scott W. “Santa Fe Indian school Style: Works on Paper.” 12 (Fall 2016): 97
  • Hale, Scott W. “Impact: Philbrook Indian Annual.” 6 (Spring 2015): 80–81

Hanley, Andrea R.:

  • Hanley, Andrea R. “Biennale of Sydney: All Our Relations.” 0 (Spring 2013): 56–58.

Haozous, Emily:

  • Haozous, Emily. “Allan Houser: Reflections on My Grandfather.” 2 (Spring 2014): 36–39.

Harjo, Suzan Shown:

  • Harjo, Suzan Shown. “Cultural Heritage, Art, & Living Beings: Justice Lost in Translation.” 1 (Fall 2013): 52–55.
  • Harjo, Suzan Shown. “George Horse Capture [Memorial].” 1 (Fall 2013): 77.
  • Harjo, Suzan Shown. “The Round House [Review of book by Louise Erdich].” 0 (Spring 2013): 64.

Harjo-Sapulpa, Joy:

  • Tiger, Yvonne N. “Joy Harjo-Sapulpa: Making Her Own Kind of Music.” 8 (Fall 2015): 102–106.

Hart, Franci:

  • Hart, Franci. “Beginner’s Luck: A Collector’s Point of View.” 3 (Spring 2014): 75
  • Hart, Franci King. “Indian Country: The Art of David Bradley [Valerie K. Verzuh].” 8 (Fall 2015); 95.
  • Hart, Franci. “Mike Larson. Oklahoma City: Exhibit C.” 5 (Winter 2014): 64–65.

Hart, Jim:

      • Wright, Robin K, Augaitis, Dana, and Jim Harts Eds. “Charles Edenshaw.” 2 (Spring 2014): 72

Hartz, Jill:

      • Merz-Edwards, Jean. “Rick Bartow: Things You Know But Cannot Explain [Edited Jill Hartz and Danielle M. Knapp].” 9 (Winter 2015): 82

Haozous, Bob:

      • Haozous, Bob. “White Nude.” 3 (Spring 2014): 76–77.

Haozous, Emily:

      • Haozous, Emily A. “Allan Houser: Reflections on My Grandfather.” 2 (Spring 2014): 36–39.

Hawker, Ronald W.:

  • Butler-Palmer, Carolyn. “Yakuglas’ Legacy: The Art and Times of Charlie James [Written by Ronald W. Hawker].” 15 (Summer 2017): 83–84.

Heard Museum:

  • Short, Cathy. “Frida Kahlo: Her Photos. Phoenix: Heard Museum [Review].” 10 (Spring 2016): 74–76.

Hemlock, Carla:

  • Hemlock, Carla. “Spotlight: We Remain Haudenosaunee.” 13 (Winter 2016): 96–97
  • Greeves, Teri. “Carla Hemlock: Mohawk Quiltmaker.” 2 (Spring 2014): 24–29

Herr, Chelsea:

  • Herr, Chelsea. “From the Belly of Our Being: art by and about Native creation. Stillwater: Oklahoma State University Museum of Art [Review].” 14 (Spring 2017): 76–77.

Herndon, Mark:

  • Herndon, Mark. “Nelda Schrupp: Pheasant Rump Nakota Jeweler and Silversmith.” 12 (Fall 2016): 74–79.

Hill, Joan:

  • McCoy Jr., Daniel. “Joan Hill: Muscogee-Cherokee Painter.” 9 (Winter 2015): 50–55.

Ho-Chunk:

  • Meredith, America. “Those Who are Above, Those Who are on Earth: Effigy Mounds of Southern Wisconsin.” 10 (Spring 2016): 22–29.
  • Meredith, America. “Tom Jones: Ho-Chunk Photographer.” 0 (Spring 2013): 24–29.

Holland, Ashley:

  • Fricke, Suzanne Newman. “Conversations: Eiteljorg Contemporary Art Fellowship 2015 [Edited Ashley Holland and Jennifer Complo McNutt].” 10 (Spring 2015): 81.

Holm, Bill:

  • Young, India. “Northwest Coast Indian Art: An Analysis of Form, 50th Anniversary Edition [Review of book written by Bill Holm].” 7 (Summer 2015): 78–79

Honyouti, Brian:

  • Pearlstone, Zena. “A Historical Continuum: The Portraits of Brian Honyouti.” 10 (Spring 2016): 32–37
  • Pearlstone, Zena. “Brian Honyouti [Memorial].” 12 (Fall 2016): 104

Hoop Dance:

  • Diaz, RoseMary. “Through the Sacred Circle: A Brief History of the Hoop Dance in North America.” 6 (Spring 2015): 40–45

Hoover:

  • Hoover, Anna. “Rolled and Reliefed. Anchorage.” 6 (Spring 2015): 74–75

Hopi:

  • Harjo, Suzan Shown. “Cultural Heritage, Art, & Living Beings: Justice Lost in Translation.” 1 (Fall 2013): 52–55.
  • Luster, Haley. “Itaa Katsi: Our Life. Las Cruces: New Mexico State University Museum.” 12 (Fall 2016): 89–90.
  • Neil-Binion, Denise. “Hopituy: Hopi Art from the Permanent Collections. Norman, OK: Fred Jones Jr. Museum of Art.” 1 (Fall 2013): 64–65.
  • Meredith, America. “Ascending New Heights: Four Artists to Watch.” 8 (Fall 2015): 52–57
  • Merz-Edwards, Jean. “Hopi Silver, Hopi Gold: 12 Contemporary Jewelers [Written by Zena Pearlstone].” 7 (Summer 2015): 77–78

Hopkins, Candice:

  • Southall, Neebinnaukzhik. “Blizzard: Emerging Northern Artists [Review of catalogue by Candice Hopkins and Tania Willard].” 1 (Fall 2013): 71–72.

Horse Capture, George:

  • Harjo, Suzan Shown. “George Horse Capture [Memorial].” 1 (Fall 2013): 77.

Horse Capture, Joe:

  • Horse Capture, Joe, and heather ahtone. “The Continuum of Plains Pictorial Tradition.” 8 (Fall 2015): 34–39.

Horton, Jessica:

  • Logan Jr., Doyle. “Super Indian: Fritz Scholder 1967–1980 [Review of book edited by John P. Lukavic].” 9 (Winter 2015): 82–83.

Hoover, Anna:

  • Hoover, Anna. “Da-ka-xeen Mehner: Tlingit-Nisga’a Photography and Interdisciplinary Artist.” 2 (Spring 2014): 30–35.
  • Hoover, Anna. “Rolled and Reliefed. Anchorage: Anchorage Community Works [Review].” 6 (Spring 2015): 74–75.

Houser, Allan:

  • Belgodere, Jeanine. “The Theme of Dance in Allan Houser’s Sculptures.” 2 (Spring 2014): 40–43.
  • Haozous, Emily. “Allan Houser: Reflections on My Grandfather.” 2 (Spring 2014): 36–39.
  • Neil-Binion, Denise. “Allan Houser Drawings: The Centennial Exhibition [Review].” 3 (Summer 2014): 65–66.

White, Delina:

  • Diaz, RoseMary. “I Am Anishinaabe.” 16 (Fall 2017): 18–20.

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Igloliorte, Heather:

      • Smith, Matthew Ryan. “PUBLIC 54, Indigenous Art: New Media and the Digital [Review of book by Heather Igloliorte, Julie Nagam, and Carla Tauton].” 15 (Summer 2017): 82–83

Indigenous Brilliance:

      • Pratt, Stephanie. “Contemporary Native American Art in Britain, 1980s to Today.” 12 (Fall 2016): 48–55.
      • Yazzie, Lyle Toledo. “Indigenous Brilliance. Seborga, Italy: Palazzo Vecchio [Report].” 1 (Fall 2013): 69.

Installation Art:

      • Meredith, America. “Dylan Miner: Métis Artist and Indigenous Activist.” 1 (Fall 2013): 28–33.

IAIA Museum of Contemporary Native Arts:

      • Baca, Kim. “Sharing His Legacy: James Luna Donates His Archives to IAIA.” 4 (Fall 2014): 70–73.
      • Lanteri, Michelle. “Athena LaTocha: Inside the Forces of Nature. Santa Fe: IAIA Museum of Contemporary Native Arts.” 15 (Summer 2017): 74–76.
      • Meredith, America. “Stands with a Fist. Santa Fe: Museum of Contemporary Native Arts [Review].” 1 (Fall 2013): 67–68.

Interdisciplinary Art Practice:

      • Dowell, JoKay. “Shan Goshorn: Eastern Band Cherokee Interdisciplinary Artist.” 1 (Fall 2013): 22–27.
      • Hoover, Anna. “Da-ka-xeen Mehner: Tlingit-Nisga’a Photography and Interdisciplinary Artist.” 2 (Spring 2014): 30–35.
      • Jackinsky, Nadia. “Ronald Senungetuk: Inupiaq Interdisciplinary Artist and Educator.” 13 (Winter 2016): 58–62.
      • Meredith, America. “Dylan Miner: Métis Artist and Indigenous Activist.” 1 (Fall 2013): 28–33.
      • Meredith, America. “Sonny Assu: Ligwilda’xw Interdisciplinary Artist.” 2 (Summer 2014): 16–21.
      • Norman, David Winfield. “Inuk Silis Hoegh: Kalaaleq Filmmaker and Interdisciplinary Artist.” 7 (Summer 2015): 62–67.
      • Norman, David Winfield. “Sonya Kelliher-Combs: Inupiaq-Athabascan Interdisciplinary Artist.” 14 (Spring 2017): 58–63.
      • Smith, Matthew Ryan. “Marianne Nicolson, PhD: Dzawada’enuxw Interdisciplinary Artist and Educator.” 11 (Summer 2016): 58–65.
      • Smith, Matthew Ryan. “Nadia Myre: Algonquin Interdisciplinary Artist.” 6 (Spring 2015): 56–61.
      • Smith, Matthew Ryan. “Nicholas Galanin: Tlingit-Unangax Interdisciplinary Artist.” 7 (Summer 2015): 56–61.
      • Smith, Matthew Ryan. “Tania Willard: Secwepemc Interdisciplinary Artist.” 15 (Summer 2017): 64–69.
      • Southall, Neebinnaukzhik. “Biskakone Greg Johnson: Lac du Flambeau Chippewa Interdisciplinary Artist.” 3 (Summer 2014): 22–27.
      • Watson, Mary Jo. “Wendy Red Star: Crow Interdisciplinary Artist.” 5 (Winter 2014): 34–39.

Igloliorte, Heather L.:

      • Meredith, America. “Decolonize Me [Review of book edited by Heather L. Igloliorte].” 0 (Spring 2013): 63–64.

Inuit:

  • Meredith, America. “Decolonize Me [Review of book edited by Heather L. Igloliorte].” 0 (Spring 2013): 63–64.
  • Meredith, America. “Kenojuak Ashevak: Pioneering Inuk Artist Inspired Generations with Her Bold Style [Memorial].” 0 (Spring 2013): 77.
  • Meredith, America. “Northern Lights: Greenlandic Art in the 21st Century.” 0 (Spring 2013): 46–55.
  • Norman, David Winfield. “Inuk Silis Høegh: Kalaaleq Filmmaker and Interdisciplinary Artist.” 7 (Summer 2015): 62–67.
  • Southall, Neebinnaukzhik. “Blizzard: Emerging Northern Artists [Review of catalogue by Candice Hopkins and Tania Willard].” 1 (Fall 2013): 71–72.

Iñupiaq: (also see: Inuit)

  • Jackinsky, Nadia. “Ronald Senungetuk: Inupiaq Interdisciplinary Artist and Educator.” 13 (Winter 2016): 58–62
  • Norman, David Winfield. “Sonya Kelliher-Combs: Inupiaq-Athabascan Interdisciplinary Artist.” 14 (Spring 2017): 58–63

Iroquois:

  • Estrada-Goeman, Wandeyu. “Iroquois Whimsies.” 11 (Summer 2016): 22–27

Italy:

  • Bell, Gloria. “Air, Land, Seed. Venice: University of Venice Ca’ Foscari, Palazzo Cosulich.” 1 (Fall 2013): 68–69.
  • Rangel, John Paul. “Ga nit ha, Three Native Women, and the Venice Biennale.” 8 (Fall 2015): 26–30.
  • Yazzie, Lyle Toledo. “Indigenous Brilliance. Seborga, Italy: Palazzo Vecchio.” 1 (Fall 2013): 69.

J

Jaar, Alfredo:

  • Jaar, Alfredo. This Is Not America (A Logo for America), 0 (Spring 2013): 11.

Jackinsky, Nadia:

  • Jackinsky-Sethi, Nadia. “Fish Skin as a Textile Material in Alaska Native Cultures.” 5 (Winter 2014): 40–47
  • Jackinsky, Nadia. “Ronald Senungetuk: Inupiaq Interdisciplinary Artist and Educator.” 13 (Winter 2016): 58–62
  • Jackinsky, Nadia. “Teri Rofkar [Memorial].” 14 (Spring 2017): 89
  • Jackinsky, Nadia. “Decolonizing Alaska.” 14 (Spring 2017): 70–71
  • Jackinsky-Sethi, Nadia. “Dena’inaq Huch’ulyeshi: The Dena’inaWay of Living.” 2 (Spring 2014): 60–62.

Jackson, Zig:

  • Johnson, Annika, and Tyquiengco, Marina. “Contemporary Native Photographers and the Edward Curtis Legacy: Zig Jackson, Wendy Red Star, Will Wilson. Portland: Portland Art Museum [Review.” 11 (Summer 2016): 74–76.

Jacobs, Joseph R.:

  • Meredith, America. “Joseph R. Jacobs, CM, DLitt [Memorial].” 8 (Fall 2015): 107

Jagua:

  • Elmore, Vanessa. “Let It Sink In: The Art of Jagua.” 4 (Fall 2014): 64–69

James, Tom and Mary Raymond:

  • Eldred, Michole. “The Tom and Mary James/Raymond James Finanical Art Collection.” 13 (Winter 2016): 38–43

James-Perry, Elizabeth:

  • Kramer, Karen. “Elizabeth James-Perry: Aquinnah Wampanoag Wampum Artist and Weaver.” 14 (Spring 2017): 46–51

Jemez Pueblo:

  • Smith, Matthew Ryan. “Cliff Fragua: Jemez Pueblo Sculptor.” 10 (Spring 2016): 54–59
  • Meredith, America. “Ascending New Heights: Four Artists to Watch.” 8 (Fall 2015): 52–57

Jewelry:

  • Belarde-Lewis, Miranda. “Colin Coonsis: Zuni Jeweler and Lapidarian.” 12 (Fall 2016): 62–67.
  • Bordeaux, Mary. “Kevin Pourier: Oglala Lakota Buffalo Horn Carver and Jeweler.” 4 (Fall 2014): 44–49.
  • Cook, Michele. “Keri Ataumbi: Kiowa-Comanche Jeweler and Painter.” 7 (Sum.er 2015): 44–49.
  • Diaz, RoseMary. “Decontie and Brown: Penobscot Jewelry and Fashion Designers.” 14 (Spring 2017): 16–18.
  • Herndon, Mark. “Nelda Schrupp: Pheasant Rump Nakota Jeweler and Silversmith.” 12 (Fall 2016): 74–79.
  • Potter, Bryn Barabas. “Clint McKay: Dry Creek Pomo-Wappo-Wintun Basket Weaver and Jeweler.” 14 (Spring 2017): 64–69.
  • Kramer, Karen. “Elizabeth James-Perry: Aquinnah Wampanoag Wampum Artist and Weaver.” 14 (Spring 2017): 46–51.
  • Meredith, America. “Ascending New Heights: Four Artists to Watch.” 8 (Fall 2015): 52–57.
  • Smith, Matthew Ryan. “Visual Artist and Designer: Jodi Webster.” 12 (Fall 2016): 22–23.
  • Merz-Edwards, Jean. “Hopi Silver, Hopi Gold: 12 Contemporary Jewelers [Written by Zena Pearlstone].” 7 (Summer 2015): 77–78.

Jim, Damien:

  • Smith, Matthew Ryan. “Damian Jim.” 13 (Winter 2016): 18–21.

Johnson, Annika:

  • Johnson, Annika, and Tyquiengco, Marina. “Contemporary Native Photographers and the Edward Curtis Legacy: Zig Jackson, Wendy Red Star, Will Wilson. Portland: Portland Art Museum [Review.” 11 (Summer 2016): 74–76.

Johnson, Biskakone Greg:

  • Southall, Neebinnaukzhik. “Biskakone Greg Johnson: Lac du Flambeau Chippewa Interdisciplinary Artist.” 3 (Summer 2014): 22–27

Johnson, Terrol Dew:

  • Meredith, America. “Terrol Dew Johnson: Tohono O’odham Basket Weaver and Sculptor.” 14 (Spring 2016): 52–57

Jones, Tom:

  • Meredith, America. “Tom Jones: Ho-Chunk Photographer.” 0 (Spring 2013): 24–29.

Journee, Aurelie:

  • Journee, Aurelie. “You Are On Indigenous Land/ in.dig.e.nize.” 14 (Spring 2017): 73–74.

Jungen, Brian:

  • Pratt, Stephanie. “Contemporary Native American Art in Britain, 1980s to Today.” 12 (Fall 2016): 48–55.

K

Kalaaleq: (also see: Inuit)

      • Norman, David Winfield. “Inuk Silis Hoegh: Kalaaleq Filmmaker and Interdisciplinary Artist.” 7 (Summer 2015): 62–67

Kansuet:

      • Szok, Peter. “Kansuet: Guna Painter.” 11 (Summer 2016): 52–57

Kastner, Carolyn:

      • Meredith, America. “Jaune Quick-to-See Smith: An American Modernist [Written by Carolyn Kastner].” 3 (Summer 2014): 70–72

Katoney, Marlowe:

      • Meredith, America. “Ascending New Heights: Four Artists to Watch.” 8 (Fall 2015): 52–57

Katsinam:

      • Neil-Binion, Denise. “Hopituy: Hopi Art from the Permanent Collections. Norman, OK: Fred Jones Jr. Museum of Art.” 1 (Fall 2013): 64–65.

Kaw:

  • Meredith, America. “Fresh Perspectives: Three Artists You Should Know.” 12 (Fall 2016): 56–59.

Kemper, Kevin R.:

  • Kemper, Kevin R. “Everything You Create is Protected by Copyright Law.” 8 (Fall 2015): 108–109.
  • Kemper, Kevin R. “Fair Use: Content, Copyright, and Culture.” 9 (Winter 2015): 88–89.
  • Kemper, Kevin R. “Is it a Copy, Or Is It a Copy?: The Claim of Copyright in Copies of Copies.” 10 (Spring 2016): 90–91.
  • Kemper, Kevin R. “Copyright Protection and the Arts.” 11 (Summer 2016): 84–85.

Kiowa:

  • Cook, Michele. “Keri Ataumbi: Kiowa-Comanche Jeweler and Painter.” 7 (Summer 2015): 44–49.

Keezer, Clara Neptune:

  • Meredith, America. “Clara Neptune Keezer [Memorial].” 13 (Winter 2016): 102.

Kelliher-Combs, Sonya:

  • Norman, David Winfield. “Sonya Kelliher-Combs: Inupiaq-Athabascan Interdisciplinary Artist.” 14 (Spring 2017): 58–63.
  • Pratt, Stephanie. “Contemporary Native American Art in Britain, 1980s to Today.” 12 (Fall 2016): 48–55.

Kenneth Hicks, Bobby.

      • Erb, Joseph. “Bobby Kenneth Hicks [Memorial].” 6 (Spring 2015): 87.

Kerpel, Magaloni:

      • Nez, John Torres. “The Colors of the New World: Artists, Materials, and the Creation of the Florentine Codex [Written by Diana Magaloni Kerpel].” 7 (Summer 2015): 76.

Kewa Pueblo:

      • Diaz, RoseMary. “Pilar Agoyo: OhKay Owingeh-Cochiti-Kewa Pueblo Fashion Designer.” 4 (Fall 2014): 26–31.

Knapp, Danielle:

      • Merz-Edwards, Jean. “Rick Bartow: Things You Know But Cannot Explain [Review of book edited by Jill Hartz and Danielle M. Knapp].” 9 (Winter 2015): 82.

Kramer, Karen:

      • Kramer, Karen. “Elizabeth James-Perry: Aquinnah Wampanoag Wampum Artist and Weaver.” 14 (Spring 2017): 46–51.
      • Meredith, America. “Native Fashion Now: North American Indian Style [Review of book edited by Karen Kramer].” 10 (Spring 2015): 83–84

Kropa, Madeleine M.:

      • Meredith, America. “Native Fashion Now: North American Indian Style [Book review edited by Karen Kramer].” 10 (Spring 2015): 83–84.

Krutak, Lars:

      • Krutak, Lars. “Authentic American Treasures: Native American Arts and Crafts.” 11 (Summer 2016): 82–83.
      • Krutak, Lars. “Marked For Life: An Indigenous Tattoo Reawakening.” 13 (Winter 2016): 30–37.

Kwakwaka’wakw:

      • Smith, Matthew Ryan. “Marianne Nicolson, PhD: Dzawada’enuxw Interdisciplinary Artist and Educator.” 11 (Summer 2016): 58–65.

L

Lac du Flambeau Chippewa: see Ojibwe.

Lanteri, Michelle:

      • Lanteri, Michelle. “Kay WalkingStick: An American Artist.” 11 (Summer 2016): 78–79.
      • Lanteri, Michelle. “Unsuspected Possibilities: Marie Watt.” 9 (Winter 2015): 80–81.
      • Lanteri, Michelle. “Fall Group Show.” 10 (Spring 2016): 79–80.
      • Lanteri, Michelle. “PictoGraff: The Art of the WarPrayer.” 12 (Fall 2016): 90.
      • Lanteri, Michelle. “Landscape of an Artist: Living Treasures Dan Namingha. Santa Fe: Museum of Indian Arts and Culture” 12 (Fall 2016): 94–95.
      • Lanteri, Michelle. “much wider than a line: SITElines.2016; New Perspectives on Arts of the Americas.” 13 (Winter 2016): 84–85.
      • Lanteri, Michelle. “Into the Future: Culture Power in Native American Art.” 14 (Spring 2017): 75–76.
      • Lanteri, Michelle. “Athena LaTocha: Inside the Forces of Nature. Santa Fe: IAIA Museum of Contemporary Native Arts.” 15 (Summer 2017): 74–76.

LaPensee, Elizabeth:

      • LaPensee, Elizabeth. “The Artistry of Indigenous Games.” 8 (Fall 2015): 22–23.

Larson Bread, Jackie:

      • Merz-Edwards, Jean. “Jackie Larson Bread: Blackfeet Beadwork Artist.” 8 (Fall 2015): 62–67.

Lavadour, James:

  • Golar, Staci. “James Lavadour: Walla Walla Painter and Printmaker.” 15 (Summer 2017): 52–57.

Ledger Art:

  • Meredith, America. “George Flett: Love and Camas—Renowned Ledger Artist Was Dedicated to His People [Memorial].” 0 (Spring 2013): 78.
  • Meredith, America. “Women and Ledger Art: Four Contemporary Native American Artists [Review of book by Richard Pearce].” 1 (Fall 2013): 72–73.

Lee, June:

  • Watson, Mary Jo. “June Lee: Seminole Textile Artist.” 10 (Spring 2016): 66–71.

Lehmann, Katja:

  • Lehmann, Katja. “Byting Willows: Showcasing Excellence in Dine Basket Designs.” 6 (Spring 2015): 14–15.

Ligwilda’xw:

  • Meredith, America. “Sonny Assu: Ligwilda’xw Interdisciplinary Artist.” 2 (Summer 2014): 16–21.

Linklater, Tanya Lukin:

  • Smith, Matthew Ryan. “I Write for My Family: A Conversation with Tanya Lukin Linklater.” 10 (Spring 2016): 38–42.

Little Turtle, Carm:

      • Meredith, America. “Carm Little Turtle [Memorial].” 13 (Winter 2016): 102.

Livingstone-Smith, Alan:

      • Meredith, America. “Melvin Sandoval: A Very Special Fetish Carver [Written by Alan Livingstone-Smith].” 13 (Winter 2016): 89–90.

Logan, Kent:

      • Logan Jr., Doyle. “Super Indian: Fritz Scholder 1967–1980 [Review of book by edited by John P. Lukavic].” 9 (Winter 2015): 82–83.

Logan Jr., Doyle:

      • Logan Jr., Doyle. “Laguna Pueblo: A Photographic History [Review of book by Lee Marmon and Tom Corbett].” 8 (Fall 2015): 96–97.
      • Logan Jr., Doyle. “Super Indian: Fritz Scholder 1967–1980 [Review of book edited by John P. Lukavic,].” 9 (Winter 2015): 82–83.
      • Logan Jr., Doyle. “Kay WalkingStick: An American Artist [Review of book edited by Kathleen Ash-Milby and David W. Penney].” 10 (Spring 2016): 82.

Logan, Linley B.:

      • Logan, Linley B. “Kokiri Putahi.” 3 (Summer 2014): 67–68.
      • Logan, Linley B. “Seven Directions: Linley B. Logan.” 12 (Fall 2016): 20–21.

Lonetree, Amy:

      • Fricke, Suzanne Newman. “Perspectives and Parallels; Expanding Interpretive Foundations with American Indian Curators and Writers [Edited by Joanna Big Feather and Amy Lonetree].” 7 (Summer 2015): 79–80.

Long, Zelma:

      • Long, Zelma. “Listening to the Stone: Original Inuit Art.” 7 (Summer 2015): 68–69.

Loretto, Jonathan:

      • Meredith, America. “Ascending New Heights: Four Artists to Watch.” 8 (Fall 2015): 52–57.

Lowry, Judith:

      • Melero, Melissa. “Judith Lowry: Mountain Maidu-Pit River-Washoe Painter.” 6 (Spring 2015): 50–55.

Lukavic, John:

      • Logan Jr., Doyle. “Kay WalkingStick: An American Artist [Review of book edited by Kathleen Ash-Milby and David W. Penney].” 10 (Spring 2016): 82.
      • Merz-Edwards, Jean. “Art in Motion: Native American Explorations of Time, Place, and Thought [Review of book edited by John Lukavic and Laura Caruso].” 13 (Winter 2016): 88.

Lumbee:

      • Fields, Nancy Strickland. “Jessica Clark: Lumbee Painter.” 5 (Winter 2014): 16–21.
      • Meredith, America. “Lloyd Earl Oxendine [Memorial].” 9 (Winter 2015): 90–91.

Luna, James:

      • Baca, Kim. “Sharing His Legacy: James Luna Donates His Archives to IAIA.” 4 (Fall 2014): 70–73.

Luster, Haley:

      • Luster, Haley. “Itaa Katsi: Our Life. Las Cruces: New Mexico State University Museum.” 12 (Fall 2016): 89–90.

M

Mabee-Gerrer Museum of Art:

  • Skenandore, Hoka. “Wounaan Baskets from the Rainforests of Panama. Shawnee: Mabee-Gerrer Museum of Art.” 12 (Fall 2016): 95–9

Maidu:

  • Melero, Melissa. “Judith Lowry: Mountain Maidu-Pit River-Washoe Painter.” 6 (Spring 2015): 50–55.

Manning, Dolleen:

  • Fricke, Suzanne Newman. “Gashka’oode (Tangled) [Review of book eddited by Dolleen Manning].” 4 (Fall 2014): 85–86.

Mapuche:

      • Sense, Sarah. “Arte Textil Contemporàneo. Santiago, Chile: Museum Nacional de Bellas Artes [Review].” 0 (Spring 2013): 62.

Mariette, Kim:

      • Mariette, Kim. “The Art of Horse Painting by the Plains Nations.” 11 (Summer 2016): 34–39.

Marmon, Lee:

      • Logan Jr., Doyle. “Laguna Pueblo: A Photographic History [Written by Lee Marmon and Tom Corbett].” 8 (Fall 2015): 96–97.

Martin, Bobby C.:

      • Boney Jr., Roy. “Bobby C. Martin: Muscogee Creek Printmaker.” 8 (Fall 2015): 74–79.

Martinez, Michael J.:

      • Martinez, Michael J. “Gerónima Cruz Montoya [Memorial].” 7 (Summer 2015): 90.

Maya:

      • Fields, Nancy Strickland. “Threads of Identity: Contemporary Maya Textiles Charlotte, NC: Mint Museum [Review].” 12 (Fall 2016): 88.

McCoy Jr., Daniel:

      • McCoy Jr., Daniel. “Inner-City Southwestern Disenchantment [Comic].” 1 (Fall 2013): 78–79.
      • McCoy Jr., Daniel. “Joan Hill: Muscogee-Cherokee Painter.” 9 (Winter 2015): 50–55.

McDonas, Thollem:

  • McDonas, Thollem. “The Art of Indigenous Resistance: Inspiring the Protection of Mother Earth.” 7 (Summer 2015): 69–70.
  • McDonas, Thollem. “The Games We Play.” 10 (Spring 2016): 78–79.
  • McDonas, Thollem. “Lightning Speak: Solo and Collaborative Work of Raven Chacon. Albuquerque: .” 11 (Summer 2016): 72–73.
  • McDonas, Thollem. “My Soul Remainer. Laura Ortman.” 10 (Spring 2016): 85–86.
  • McDonas, Thollem. “NATIVES: New York Style Fashion.” 13 (Winter 2016): 94–95.
  • McDonas, Thollem. “Native America (Vol. 1}, Aboriginal Folk, Rock, and Country 1966–1985 [Light in the Attic Records].” 7 (Summer 2015): 81–82.
  • McDonas, Thollem. “Native Fashion Now. Portland, OR: Portland Art Museum [Review].” 16 (Fall 2016): 93–94.
  • McDonas, Thollem. “Postcommodity We Lost Half the Forest and the Rest Will Burn this Summer. Light in the Attic Records.” 8 (Fall 2015): 97.
  • McDonas, Thollem. “Photographic Presence and Contemporary Indians: Matika Wilbur’ Project 562. Tacoma: Tacoma Art Museum.” 5 (Winter 2014): 67.
  • McDonas, Thollem. “We Honor: The Art of Activism.” 4 (Fall 2014): 74–75.

McHorse, Christine Nofchissey:

  • Baca, Kim. “Christine Nofchissey McHorse: Navajo Ceramic Artist and Sculptor.” 8 (Fall 2015): 80–85.

McKay, Clint:

  • Potter, Bryn Barabas. “Clint McKay: Dry Creek Pomo-Wappo-Wintun Basket Weaver and Jeweler.” 14 (Spring 2017): 64–69.

McKinnon, Heidi:

  • McKinnon, Heidi. “Mapuche Silver: Dreams, Tears, and the Work of a Retrafe.” 5 (Winter 2014): 48–55.
  • McKinnon, Heidi. “Dancing with Fire: The Majestic ad Dangerous Work of Grupo Sotz’il.” 6 (Spring 2015): 16–23.

McMaster, Gerald:

  • Neil-Binion, Denise. “Before and After the Horizon: Anishinaabe Artists of the Great Lakes [Review of book edits by Gerald McMasters and David W. Penney].” 3 (Summer 2014): 68–69.

McNeil, Larry:

  • Evans, Lara M., “Larry McNeil: Tlingit-Nisga’a Photographer and Printmaker.” 5 (Winter 2014): 28–33.

McNutt, Jennifer Complo:

  • Fricke, Suzanne Newman. “Conversations: Eiteljorg Contemporary Art Fellowship 2015 [Review of book edited Ashley Holland and Jennifer Complo McNutt].” 10 (Spring 2015): 81.

Mixed Media:

  • Merz-Edwards, Jean. “Melissa Melero: Northern Paiute-Modoc Mixed Media Artist.” 4 (Fall 2015): 38–43.

Mehner, Da-ka-xeen:

  • Hoover, Anna. “Da-ka-xeen Mehner: Tlingit-Nisga’a Photography and Interdisciplinary Artist.” 2 (Spring 2014): 30–35.

Meier, Rhonda:

  • Meier, Rhonda. “Storytelling Through Art: The Contemporary Native Art Biennial, 2nd Edition. Montreal: Art Mûr [Review].” 4 (Fall 2014): 75–76.

Melero, Melissa-Moose:

  • Melero-Moose, Melissa. “Ben Aleck: Northern Paiute Painter and Draftsman.” 2 (Spring 2014): 14–17.
  • Melero, Melissa. “Judith Lowry: Mountain Maidu-Pit River-Washoe Painter.” 6 (Spring 2015): 50–55.
  • Melero-Moose, Melissa. “Contemporary Native American Art. Sacramento: California State Capitol Museum.” 1 (Fall 2013): 65–66.
  • Melero-Moose, Melissa. “The Way We Live: American Indian Art of the Great Basin and the Sierra Nevada. Reno: Nevada Museum of Art.” 0 (Spring 2013): 59–60.
  • Merz-Edwards, Jean. “Melissa Melero: Northern Paiute-Modoc Mixed Media Artist.” 4 (Fall 2015): 38–43.
  • Melero, Melissa. “Tule Duck Decoys. Reno: Sheppard Galleries, University of Nevada, Reno [Review.” 10 (Spring 2016): 77.
  • Melero, Melissa. “Endangered. Reno: Sheppard Galleries, University of Nevada, Reno [Review].” 10 (Spring 2016): 77.

Meredith, America:

  • Meredith, America. “Barry Coffin [Memorial].” 14 (Spring 2017): 87.
  • Meredith, America. “Beau Dick [Memorial].” 15 (Summer 2017): 90–91.
  • Meredith, America. “Clara Neptune Keezer [Memorial].” 13 (Winter 2016): 102.
  • Meredith, America. “Carm Little Turtle [Memorial].” 13 (Winter 2016): 102.
  • Meredith, America. “Carl Ponca [Memorial].” 1 (Fall 2013): 77.
  • Meredith, America. “Colorado River Geoglyphs: Guardians of a Sacred Landscape.” 1 (Fall 2013): 56–61.
  • Meredith, America. “Decolonize Me [Review of book edited by Heather L. Igloliorte].” 0 (Spring 2013): 63–64.
  • Meredith, America. “Dylan Miner: Métis Artist and Indigenous Activist.” 1 (Fall 2013): 28–33.
  • Meredith, America. “Erin Shaw: Chickasaw-Choctaw Painter.” 0 (Spring 2013): 30–35.
  • Meredith, America. “George Flett: Love and Camas—Renowned Ledger Artist Was Dedicated to His People [Memorial].” 0 (Spring 2013): 78.
  • Meredith, America. “Kenojuak Ashevak: Pioneering Inuk Artist Inspired Generations with Her Bold Style [Memorial].” 0 (Spring 2013): 77.
  • Meredith, America. “Northern Lights: Greenlandic Art in the 21st Century.” 0 (Spring 2013): 46–55.
  • Meredith, America. Seekers and Travellers: Contemporary Art of Pacific Northwest Coast [Review of book by Gary Wyatt].” 0 (Spring 2013): 65.
  • Meredith, America. “Santa Fe Indian Market: A History of Native Arts and the Marketplace [Review of book by Bruce Bernstein].” 0 (Spring 2013): 65–66.
  • Meredith, America. “Stands with a Fist. Santa Fe: Museum of Contemporary Native Arts.” 1 (Fall 2013): 67–68.
  • Meredith, America. “Stitches in Time: The Rebirth of Southeastern Woodlands Beadwork.” 1 (Fall 2013): 46–51.
  • Meredith, America. “Tom Jones: Ho-Chunk Photographer.” 0 (Spring 2013): 24–29.
  • Meredith, America. “Women and Ledger Art: Four Contemporary Native American Artists [Review of book by Richard Pearce].” 1 (Fall 2013): 72–73.
  • Meredith, America. “The Cuzco School: Andean Visions in Oil and Gold.” 2 (Spring 2014): 52–59.
  • Meredith, America. “Sonny Assu: Ligwilda’xw Interdisciplinary Artist.” 2 (Summer 2014): 16–21.
  • Meredith, America. “Alexander Seotewa [Memorial].” 4 (Fall 2014): 90–91.
  • Meredith, America. “Joe Feddersen: Okanagan-Sinixt Printmaker, Glass Artist, and Basket Weaver.” 5 (Winter 2014): 22–27.
  • Meredith, America. “Ohio’s Ancient Earthworks.” 5 (Winter 2014): 56–59.
  • Meredith, America. “Troy Sice: Zuni Sculptor.” 6 (Spring 2015): 68–73.
  • Meredith, America. “From the Birthplace of the World: The Solar Map Project and Ancestral Stone Inscriptions of Eastern Paraguay.” 7 (Summer 2015): 30–37.
  • Meredith, America. “RoseMary Diaz: Santa Clara Pueblo Tewa Writer.” 7 (Summer 2015): 84–85.
  • Meredith, America. “Get Your Art Online!.” 7 (Summer 2015): 92–93.
  • Meredith, America. “Ascending New Heights: Four Artists to Watch.” 8 (Fall 2015): 52–57.
  • Meredith, America. “Brent Greenwood: Chickasaw-Ponca Painter.” 8 (Fall 2015): 68–73.
  • Meredith, America. “Joseph R. Jacobs, CM, DLitt [Memorial].” 8 (Fall 2015): 107.
  • Meredith, America. “Faithfully Rendered: Naturalism in Contemporary Native American Portrait Painting.” 9 (Winter 2015): 40–47.
  • Meredith, America. “Lloyd Earl Oxendine [Memorial].” 9 (Winter 2015): 90–91.
  • Meredith, America. “Johnny Tiger Jr. [Memorial].” 9 (Winter 2015): 91.
  • Meredith, America. “Those Who are Above, Those Who are on Earth: Effigy Mounds of Southern Wisconsin.” 10 (Spring 2016): 22–29.
  • Meredith, America. “Jane Osti: Cherokee Ceramic Artist.” 11 (Summer 2016): 66–71.
  • Meredith, America. “Rick Bartow [Memorial].” 11 (Summer 2016): 89.
  • Meredith, America. “Fresh Perspectives: Three Artists You Should Know.” 12 (Fall 2016): 56–59.
  • Meredith, America. “Norman Tait [Memorial].” 12 (Fall 2016): 104–105.
  • Meredith, America. “Marcus Alfred [Memorial].” 13 (Winter 2013): 105.
  • Meredith, America. “Terrol Dew Johnson: Tohono O’odham Basket Weaver and Sculptor.” 14 (Spring 2016): 52–57.
  • Meredith, America. “Tim Pitsiulak [Memorial].” 14 (Spring 2017): 87.
  • Meredith, America. “The Artistic Legacy of Spiro Mound.” 15 (Summer 2017): 18–27.
  • Meredith, America. “Indigenous Intercontinental Biennial Art V.” 5 (Winter 2014): 69.
  • Meredith, America. “For a Love of His People: The Photography of Horace Poolaw [Review of book edited by Nancy Marie Mithlo].” 6 (Spring 2015): 82.
  • Meredith, America. “Native Fashion Now: North American Indian Style [Review of book by Karen Kramer, Jay Calderin, Madeleine M. Kropa, and Jessica R. Metcalfe].” 10 (Spring 2015): 83–84.
  • Meredith, America. “Melvin Sandoval: A Very Special Fetish Carver [Written by Alan Livingstone-Smith].” 13 (Winter 2016): 89–90.
  • Meredith, America. “Jeffrey Gibson: Speak to Me. Oklahoma City: Oklahoma Contemporary [Review].” 15 (Summer 2017): 71–73.
  • Meredith, America. “From Myth to Creation: Art from Amazonian Ecuador [Written by Dorothea S. Whitten and Norman E. Whitten Jr.].” 15 (Summer 2017): 80–82.
  • Meredith, America. “Arapaho Women’s Quillwork: Motion, Life, and Creativity [Review of book by Jeffrey D. Anderson].” 2 (Spring 2014).
  • Meredith, America. “Floral Journey: Native North American Beadwork [Review of book by Lois S. Dubin].” 4 (Fall 2014): 84–85.
  • Meredith, America. “Jaune Quick-to-See Smith: An American Modernist [Review of book by Carolyn Kastner].” 3 (Summer 2014): 70–72.
  • Meredith, America. “Courage and Compassion: Native Women Sculpting Women.” 6 (Spring 2015): 78–79.
  • Meredith, America. “The Lloyd Kiva New Project.” 13 (Winter 2016): 80–81.
  • Meredith, America. “Intertwined: Stories of the Splintered Past.” 8 (Fall 2015): 93.
  • Meredith, America. “Will Wilson.” 4 (Fall 2014): 81–82.

Meredith, Mary Ellen:

  • Meredith, Mary Ellen. “Honor and Revival: Cherokee National Treasures.” 15 (Summer 2017): 36–39.
  • Meredith, Mary Ellen. “Here & Now: Contemporary Native American Art of Oklahoma.” 6 (Spring 2015): 79–80.

Merz-Edwards, Jean:

  • Merz-Edwards, Jean. “Melissa Melero: Northern Paiute-Modoc Mixed Media Artist.” 4 (Fall 2015): 38–43.
  • Merz-Edwards, Jean. “Jackie Larson Bread: Blackfeet Beadwork Artist.” 8 (Fall 2015): 62–67.
  • Merz-Edwards, Jean. “George Neptune: Passamaquoddy Basket Weaver.” 9 (Winter 2015): 56–61.
  • Merz-Edwards, Jean. “Preston Singletary: Tlingit Glass Artist.” 12 (Fall 2016): 80–85.
  • Merz-Edwards, Jean. “Norman Akers: Osage Painter and Printmaker.” 13 (Winter 2016): 52–57.
  • Merz-Edwards, Jean. “Intersections Between Feminism and Indigenous Art.” 14 (Spring 2016): 26–31.
  • Merz-Edwards, Jean. “New Architecture on Indigenous Lands [Review of book by Joy Monice and Frank Vodvarka].” 5 (Winter 2014): 68.
  • Merz-Edwards, Jean. “Native North American Art, 2nd Edition [Review of book Janet Cathrine Berlo and Ruth B. Phillips].” 6 (Spring 2015): 83.
  • Merz-Edwards, Jean. “Hopi Silver, Hopi Gold: 12 Contemporary Jewelers [Review of book by Zena Pearlstone].” 7 (Summer 2015): 77–78.
  • Merz-Edwards, Jean. “In Search of Nampeyo: The Early Years 1875–1892 [Review of book by Steve Elmore].” 8 (Fall 2015): 94.
  • Merz-Edwards, Jean. “Rick Bartow: Things You Know But Cannot Explain [Review of book edited Jill Hartz and Danielle M. Knapp].” 9 (Winter 2015): 82.
  • Merz-Edwards, Jean. “Traditional Weavers of Guatemala: Their Stories, Their Lives [Review of book by Deborah Chandler and Teresa Cordon].” 10 (Spring 2015): 84–85.
  • Merz-Edwards, Jean. “Art in Motion: Native American Explorations of Time, Place, and Thought [Review of book edited by John Lukavic and Laura Caruso].” 13 (Winter 2016): 88
  • Merz-Edwards, Jean. “Rick Bartow: Things You Know But Cannot Explain.” 11 (Summer 2016): 76–77

Metcalfe, Jessica R.:

  • Metcalfe, Jessica R., “More Than Just A Trend: Rethinking The Native in Native Fashion.” 0 (Spring 2013): 36–39.
  • Meredith, America. “Native Fashion Now [Review of book edited by Karen Kramer].” 10 (Spring 2015): 83–84

Métis:

  • Meredith, America. “Dylan Miner: Métis Artist and Indigenous Activist.” 1 (Fall 2013): 28–33.
  • Smith, Matthew Ryan. “Gregory Scofield: Metis Poet.” 15 (Summer 2017): 86–89.

Mexico:

  • Aronson, Geoffrey E. “Hatsutsil Uchben.” 11 (Summer 2016): 40–45
  • Simpson, Kevin. “Wixaritari Yarn Painting: Dazzling Art from the Sierra Madre Occidental Mountains.” 3 (Summer 2014): 48–55
  • Simpson, Kevin. “Celebrating Life and Death in a Zapotec Village.” 8 (Fall 2015): 46–51.
  • Simpson, Kevin. “Zapotec Weaving: Resurgance of a Cultural Artform.” 13 (Winter 2016): 22–29.
  • Short, Cathy. “Festival Alfonso Ortiz Tirado.” 7 (Summer 2015): 82–83.

Michi Saagig Nishnaabe: See Ojibwe.

Mikkanen, Arvo:

      • Mikkanen, Arvo. “Sherman Chaddlesone [Memorial].” 2 (Spring 2014): 78.

Millicent Rogers Museum:

      • Hale, Scott W. “Santa Fe Indian School Style. Taos: Millicent Rogers Museum.” 12 (Fall 2016): 96–97.

Miner, Dylan:

      • Meredith, America. “Dylan Miner: Métis Artist and Indigenous Activist.” 1 (Fall 2013): 28–33.

Mint Museum:

      • Fields, Nancy Strickland. “Threads of Identity: Contemporary Maya Textiles Charlotte, NC: Mint Museum [Review].” 12 (Fall 2016): 88.

Mithlo, Nancy Marie:

      • Meredith, America. “For a Love of His People: The Photography of Horace Poolaw [Review of book edited by Nancy Marie Mithlo].” 6 (Spring 2015): 82

Modoc:

      • Merz-Edwards, Jean. “Melissa Melero: Northern Paiute-Modoc Mixed Media Artist.” 4 (Fall 2015): 38–43

Mohawk:

      • Greeves, Teri. “Carla Hemlock: Mohawk Quiltmaker.” 2 (Spring 2014): 24–29
      • Hemlock, Carla. “We Remain Haudenosaunee (Spotlight).” 13 (Winter 2016): 96–97

Monice, Joy:

      • Merz-Edwards, Jean. “New Architecture on Indigenous Lands [Review of book by Joy Monice and Frank Vodvarka].” 5 (Winter 2014): 68

Mojave:

      • Gomez, Reid. “Natalie Diaz: Mojave-Pima Poet.” 5 (Winter 2014): 76–79

Monks, Vicki:

      • Monks, Vicki. “Margaret Roach Wheeler: Chickasaw Textile Artist.” 13 (Winter 2016): 70–75.

Montana:

      • Tiger, Yvonne N. “Memory and Identity: Apsaalooke and Hidatsa Ledger Art.” 13 (Winter 2016): 77–78
      • Tiger, Yvonne N. “Emergence: A Collective of Plains Indian Warrior Artists.” 15 (Summer 2017): 70–71

Montano, Roshii:

      • Montano, Roshii and Jill Ahlberg Yohe. “Blanketing the Plains: Hanoolchaadi in Indian Country.” 14 (Spring 2016): 20–25.

Montoya, Gerónima Cruz:

      • Martinez, Michael J. “Gerónima Cruz Montoya [Memorial].” 7 (Summer 2015): 90.

Moore, Ardina:

      • Neil-Binion, Denise. “Ardina Moore: Quapaw-Osage Regalia Maker.” 3 (Summer 2014): 28–33.

Moquino, Jennifer:

      • Diaz, RoseMary. “Jennifer Moquino: Santa Clara Ceramic Artist.” 12 (Fall 2016): 68–73.

Morningstar Kent, Jeanne:

      • Nez, John Torres. “The Visual Language of Wabanaki Art [Review of book by Jeanne Morningstar Kent].” 7 (Summer 2015): 80.

Murals:

      • Fricke, Suzanne Newman. “Nanibah ‘Nani’ Chacon: Diné-Xicana Painter.” 1 (Fall 2013): 16–21.

Musicians:

      • Smith, Matthew Ryan. “Leanna Simpson: Michi Saagig Nishnaabe Writer, Musician, and Educator.” 14 (Spring 2017): 82–84

Muscogee Creek:

      • Neil-Binion, Denise. “Anita Fields: Osage-Muscogee Ceramic Artist.” 0 (Spring 2013): 18–23.
      • Boney Jr., Roy. “Bobby C. Martin: Muscogee Creek Printmaker.” 8 (Fall 2015): 74–79
      • McCoy Jr., Daniel. “Joan Hill: Muscogee-Cherokee Painter.” 9 (Winter 2015): 50–55

Museo Nacional de Bellas Artes:

      • Sense, Sarah. “Arte Textil Contemporàneo. Santiago. Chile: Museum Nacional de Bellas Artes [Review].” 0 (Spring 2013): 62.

Museum of Indian Arts and Culture:

      • Lanteri, Michelle. “Landscape of an Artist: Living Treasures Dan Namingha. Santa Fe: Museum of Indian Arts and Culture” 12 (Fall 2016): 94–95.
    • Myers-Wapp, Josephine:
      • Wapp Jr., Edward. “Josephine Myers-Wapp [Memorial].” 6 (Spring 2015): 88.

Myre, Nadia:

      • Smith, Matthew Ryan. “Nadia Myre: Algonquin Interdisciplinary Artist.” 6 (Spring 2015): 56–61.

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Nagam, Julie:

      • Smith, Matthew Ryan. “PUBLIC 54, Indigenous Art: New Media and the Digital [Review of book edited by Heather Igloliorte, Julie Nagam, and Carla Tauton].” 15 (Summer 2017): 82–83.

Nakota:

      • Herndon, Mark. “Nelda Schrupp: Pheasant Rump Nakota Jeweler and Silversmith.” 12 (Fall 2016): 74–79.

Namingha, Dan:

      • Lanteri, Michelle. “Landscape of an Artist: Living Treasures Dan Namingha. Santa Fe: Museum of Indian Arts and Culture” 12 (Fall 2016): 94–95.

Naranjo Morse, Nora:

      • Fricke, Suzanne Newman. “Nora Naranjo Morse: Tewa Sculptor.” 15 (Summer 2017): 58–63.

National Museum of the American Indian:

      • Church, Kelly. “Before and After the Horizon: Anishinaabe of the Great Lakes. New York: National Museum of the American Indian George Gustav Heye Center” 4 (Fall 2014): 77–78.

Navajo:

      • Baca Smith, Kim. “Christine Nofchissey McHorse: Navajo Ceramic Artist and Sculptor.” 8 (Fall 2015): 80–85
      • Diaz, RoseMary. “Esther G. Belin: Dine Poet.” 13 (Winter 2016): 98–101
      • Fricke, Suzanne Newman. “Marwin Begaye: Navajo Printmaker.” 11 (Summer 2016): 46–51.
      • Fricke, Suzanne Newman. “Nanibah ‘Nani’ Chacon: Diné-Xicana Painter.” 1 (Fall 2013): 16–21.
      • Gómez, Reid. “Radmilla Cody: Navajo Singer and Activist.” 2 (Spring 2014): 18–23.
      • Greeves, Teri. “Orlando Dugi: Diné Beadwork Artist and Fashion Designer.” 0 (Spring 2013): 12–17.
      • Lehmann, Katja. “Byting Willows: Showcasing Excellence in Dine Basket Designs.” 6 (Spring 2015): 14–15
      • Meredith, America. “Ascending New Heights: Four Artists to Watch.” 8 (Fall 2015): 52–57.
      • Short, Cathy. “From Lamb to Loom: The Navajo-Churro and Sheep Is Life Celebration.” 9 (Winter 2015): 35–39.
      • Smith, Matthew Ryan. “Orlando White: Diné Poet and Educator”12 (Fall 2016): 100–103.
      • Torres-Nez, John. “The Durango Collection: Native American Weaving in the Southwest, 1860–1880. Santa Fe: Wheelwright Museum of the American Indian.” 1 (Fall 2013): 66.

Neptune, George:

          • Merz-Edwards, Jean. “George Neptune: Passamaquoddy Basket Weaver.” 9 (Winter 2015): 56–61.

New Mexico State University Museum:

          • Luster, Haley. “Itaa Katsi: Our Life. Las Cruces: New Mexico State University Museum.” 12 (Fall 2016): 89–90.

Nevada Museum of Art:

      • Melero, Melissa. “The Way We Live: American Indian Art of the Great Basin and the Sierra Nevada. Reno: Nevada Museum of Art. Reno: Nevada Museum of Art [Review].” 0 (Spring 2013): 59–60.

Neil-Binion, Denise:

      • Neil-Binion, Denise. “Anita Fields: Osage-Muscogee Ceramic Artist.” 0 (Spring 2013): 18–23.
      • Neil-Binion, Denise. “Hopituy: Hopi Art from the Permanent Collections. Norman, OK: Fred Jones Jr. Museum of Art.” 1 (Fall 2013): 64–65.
      • Neil-Binion, Denise. “Maria Tallchief [Memorial].” 1 (Fall 2013): 76.
      • Neil-Binion, Denise. “Ardina Moore: Quapaw-Osage Regalia Maker.” 3 (Summer 2014): 28–33
      • Neil-Binion, Denise. “Walking With Our Sisters: A Commemorative Art Installation.” 7 (Summer 2015): 39–43
      • Neil-Binion, Denise. “Daphne Odjig [Memorial].” 13 (Winter 2016): 104–105
      • Neil-Binion, Denise. “German Silver Jewelry of the Southern Plains Indians.” 14 (Spring 2017): 32–38
      • Neil-Binion, Denise. “Before and After the Horizon: Anishinaabe Artists of the Great Lakes [Review of book by McMasters, Gerald and Penney, David W.].” 3 (Summer 2014): 68–69
      • Neil-Binion, Denise. “Allan Houser Drawings: The Centennial Exhibition.” 3 (Summer 2014): 65–66
      • Neil-Binion, Denise. “Connecting Lines.” 15 (Summer 2017): 73–74
      • Neil-Binion, Denise. “Modern Spirit: The Art of George Morrison [W. Jackson Rushing III].” 3 (Summer 2014): 72–74

New, Lloyd Kiva:

      • Boney Jr., Roy. “Lloyd Kiva New: His Cherokee Roots and Legacy in Oklahoma.” 12 (Fall 2016): 40–45

New Zealand:

      • Logan, Linley B. “Kokiri Putahi”3 (Summer 2014): 67–68

Nez, John Torres:

      • Nez, John Torres. “The Colors of the New World: Artists, Materials, and the Creation of the Florentine Codex [Review of book by Diana Magaloni Kerpel].” 7 (Summer 2015): 76
      • Nez, John Torres. “The Visual Language of Wabanaki Art Anniversary Edition [Review of book by Jeanne Morningstar Kent].” 7 (Summer 2015): 80

Niatum, Duane:

      • Niatum, Duane. “The Philosopher Cat [Poem].” 1 (Fall 2013): 73.
      • Niatum, Duane. “Untitled [Poem].” 1 (Fall 2013): 73.

Nicolson, Marianne:

          • Smith, Matthew Ryan. “Marianne Nicolson, PhD: Dzawada’enuxw Interdisciplinary Artist and Educator.” 11 (Summer 2016): 58–65

Nisga’a:

      • Hoover, Anna. “Da-ka-xeen Mehner: Tlingit-Nisga’a Photography and Interdisciplinary Artist.” 2 (Spring 2014): 30–35

Norman, David Winfield:

      • Norman, David Winfield. “Inuk Silis Hoegh: Kalaaleq Filmmaker and Interdisciplinary Artist.” 7 (Summer 2015): 62–67
      • Norman, David Winfield. “Sonya Kelliher-Combs: Inupiaq-Athabascan Interdisciplinary Artist.” 14 (Spring 2017): 58–63
      • Norman, David Winfield. “Blok P: Final Salute [Review].” 2 (Spring 2014); 62–63
      • Norman, David Winfield. “Greenland: head for the Centre of the World [Review].” 2 (Spring 2014): 63–65

North Carolina:

      • Fields, Nancy Strickland. “Threads of Identity: Contemporary Maya Textiles.” 12 (Fall 2016): 88

Northern Paiute: see Paiute.

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Odjig, Daphne:

  • Neil-Binion, Denise. “Daphne Odjig [Memorial].” 13 (Winter 2016): 104–105

Ohio:

  • Meredith, America. “Ohio’s Ancient Earthworks.” 5 (Winter 2014): 56–59.

Ohkay Owingeh:

  • Diaz, RoseMary. “Pilar Agoyo: OhKay Owingeh-Cochiti-Kewa Pueblo Fashion Designer.” 4 (Fall 2014): 26–31.

Ojibwe:

  • Diaz, RoseMary. “I Am Anishinaabe.” 16 (Fall 2017): 18–20.
  • Smith, Matthew Ryan. “Leanna Simpson: Michi Saagig Nishnaabe Writer, Musician, and Educator.” 14 (Spring 2017): 82–84.
  • Southall, Neebinnaukzhik. “Biskakone Greg Johnson: Lac du Flambeau Chippewa Interdisciplinary Artist.” 3 (Summer 2014): 22–27.

Okanagan:

  • Meredith, America. “Joe Feddersen: Okanagan-Sinixt Printmaker, Glass Artist, and Basket Weaver.” 5 (Winter 2014): 22–27.

Oklahoma Contemporary:

  • Meredith, America. “Jeffrey Gibson: Speak to Me. Oklahoma City: Oklahoma Contemporary [Review].” 15 (Summer 2017): 71–73.

Oklahoma State University Museum of Art:

  • Herr, Chelsea. “From the Belly of Our Being: art by and about Native creation. Stillwater: Oklahoma State University Museum of Art [Review].” 14 (Spring 2017): 76–77.

Ortiz, Virgil:

  • Hale, Scott W. “Revolt 1680/2180: Virgil Ortiz. Denver: Denver Art Museum [Review].” 9 (Winter 2015): 75–76.

Osage:

  • Meredith, America. “Carl Ponca [Memorial].” 1 (Fall 2013): 77.
  • Neil-Binion, Denise. “Anita Fields: Osage-Muscogee Ceramic Artist.” 0 (Spring 2013): 18–23.
  • Neil-Binion, Denise. “Maria Tallchief [Memorial].” 1 (Fall 2013): 76.
  • Merz-Edwards, Jean. “Norman Akers: Osage Painter and Printmaker.” 13 (Winter 2016): 52–57.
  • Neil-Binion, Denise. “Ardina Moore: Quapaw-Osage Regalia Maker.” 3 (Summer 2014): 28–33.
  • Stock, Alexandra Ponca. “Wendy Ponca: Osage Fashion Designer and Textile Artist.” 9 (Winter 2015): 62–67.

Osti, Jane:

  • Meredith, America. “Jane Osti: Cherokee Ceramic Artist.” 11 (Summer 2016): 66–71.

Oglala Lakota:

  • Bordeaux, Mary. “Kevin Pourier: Oglala Lakota Buffalo Horn Carver and Jeweler.” 4 (Fall 2014): 44–49.
  • Bordeaux, Mary V. “Angela Babby: Oglala Lakota Glass Artist.” 10 (Spring 2016): 48–53.

Oregon:

  • Johnson, Annika, and Tyquiengco, Marina. “Contemporary Native Photographers and the Edward Curtis Legacy: Zig Jackson, Wendy Red Star, Will Wilson.” 11 (Summer 2016): 74–76.
  • McDonas, Thollem. “Native Fashion Now.” 12 (Fall 2016): 93–94.
  • Neil-Binion, Denise. “Connecting Lines.” 15 (Summer 2017): 73–74.

Oxendine, Lloyd:

  • Meredith, America. “Lloyd Earl Oxendine [Memorial].” 9 (Winter 2015): 90–91.

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Paddlety, Micheal “Huzo”:

  • Torralba, Maya. “Micheal ‘Huzo’ Paddlety [Memorial].” 8 (Fall 2015): 107.

Pahdopony, Juanita:

  • Pahdopony, Juanita and Williams, Eva. “Enter the Matrix: Indigenous Printmakers.” 9 (Winter 2015): 79–80.
  • Pahdopony, Juanita. “Chase Kahwinhut Earles: Ancestral Caddo Pottery.” 11 (Summer 2016): 73–74.

Painting:

  • Meredith, America. “Carl Ponca [Memorial].” 1 (Fall 2013): 77.
  • Meredith, America. “Erin Shaw: Chickasaw-Choctaw Painter.” 0 (Spring 2013): 30–35.
  • Fricke, Suzanne Newman. “Nanibah ‘Nani’ Chacon: Diné-Xicana Painter.” 1 (Fall 2013): 16–21.
  • Cook, Michele. “Keri Ataumbi: Kiowa-Comanche Jeweler and Painter.” 7 (Summer 2015): 44–49.
  • Fields, Nancy Strickland. “Jessica Clark: Lumbee Painter.” 5 (Winter 2014): 16–21.
  • Golar, Staci. “James Lavadour: Walla Walla Painter and Printmaker.” 15 (Summer 2017): 52–57.
  • Mariette, Kim. “The Art of Horse Painting by the Plains Nations.” 11 (Summer 2016): 34–39.
  • McCoy Jr., Daniel. “Joan Hill: Muscogee-Cherokee Painter.” 9 (Winter 2015): 50–55.
  • Melero-Moose, Melissa “Ben Aleck: Northern Paiute Painter and Draftsman.” 2 (Spring 2014): 14–17.
  • Melero, Melissa. “Judith Lowry: Mountain Maidu-Pit River-Washoe Painter.” 6 (Spring 2015): 50–55.
  • Meredith, America. “Brent Greenwood: Chickasaw-Ponca Painter.” 8 (Fall 2015): 68–73.
  • Meredith, America. “Faithfully Rendered: Naturalism in Contemporary Native American Portrait Painting.” 9 (Winter 2015): 40–47.
  • Merz-Edwards, Jean. “Norman Akers: Osage Painter and Printmaker.” 13 (Winter 2016): 52–57.
  • Szok, Peter. “Kansuet: Guna Painter.” 11 (Summer 2016): 52–57.
  • Meredith, America. “Ascending New Heights: Four Artists to Watch.” 8 (Fall 2015): 52–57.
  • Meredith, America. “Fresh Perspectives: Three Artists You Should Know.” 12 (Fall 2016): 56–59.

Paiute:

  • Melero-Moose, Melissa “Ben Aleck: Northern Paiute Painter and Draftsman.” 2 (Spring 2014): 14–17.
  • Merz-Edwards, Jean. “Melissa Melero: Northern Paiute-Modoc Mixed Media Artist.” 4 (Fall 2015): 38–43.

Panama:

      • Szok, Peter. “Ologwagdi, El Kolectivo, and the Art of Protest in Panama.” 9 (Winter 2015): 28–32
      • Szok, Peter. “Festival de Arte Dule (Report).” 14 (Spring 2016): 80–81.

Papyrus:

          • Boney Jr., Roy. “Papyrus: The Power of Bad Fonts.” 1 (Fall 2013): 15.

Paraguay:

      • Meredith, America. “From the Birthplace of the World: The Solar Map Project and Ancestral Stone Inscriptions of Eastern Paraguay.” 7 (Summer 2015): 30–37

Pawnee:

      • Fricke, Suzanne Newman. “Alex J. Pena: Comanche-Pawnee- San Ildefonso Printmaker.” 6 (Spring 2015): 62–67

Pearce, Richard:

      • Meredith, America. “Women and Ledger Art: Four Contemporary Native American Artists [Review of book by Richard Pearce].” 1 (Fall 2013): 72–73.

Pearlstone, Zena:

      • Pearlstone, Zena. “A Historical Continuum: The Portraits of Brian Honyouti.” 10 (Spring 2016): 32–37
      • Pearlstone, Zena. “Brian Honyouti [Memorial].” 12 (Fall 2016): 104
      • Pearlstone, Zena. “Emily Arthur: Endangered.” 12 (Fall 2016): 91–92
      • Merz-Edwards, Jean. “Hopi Silver, Hopi Gold: 12 Contemporary Jewlers [Review of book by Zena Pearlstone].” 7 (Summer 2015): 77–78

Passamaquoddy:

      • Merz-Edwards, Jean. “George Neptune: Passamaquoddy Basket Weaver.” 9 (Winter 2015): 56–61

Pecos, David Lee:

      • Ebelacker, Jamelyn. “David Lee Pecos [Memorial].” 5 (Winter 2014): 71

Pena, Alex J.:

      • Fricke, Suzanne Newman. “Alex J. Pena: Comanche-Pawnee- San Ildefonso Printmaker.” 6 (Spring 2015): 62–67
      • Pena, Alex J. “ARTiculations in Print.” 4 (Fall 2014): 79–80

Penney, David W.:

      • Neil-Binion, Denise. “Before and After the Horizon: Anishinaabe Artists of the Great Lakes [Review of book by McMasters, Gerald and Penney, David W.].” 3 (Summer 2014): 68–69
      • Logan Jr., Doyle. “Kay WalkingStick: An American Artist [Review of book edited by Kathleen Ash-Milby and David W. Penney].” 10 (Spring 2016): 82

Perala-Hunt, Linda:

  • Perala-Hunt, Linda. “One Bead at a Time: Artistry of Orlando Dugi ad Kenneth Williams.” 5 (Winter 2014): 64.

Performance Art:

      • Smith, Matthew Ryan. “In Search of Hozho: Notes on Performance and Performance Art.” 14 (Spring 2017): 38–43.

Peru:

      • Benavides, Annick. “Guaman Poma and the First New Chronicle and Good Government.” 15 (Summer 2017): 28–34.
      • Golar, Staci. “Nilda Callañaupa Alverez: Quecha Textile Artist.” 7 (Summer 2015): 50–55.
      • Meredith, America. “The Cuzco School: Andean Visions in Oil and Gold.” 2 (Spring 2014): 52–59.

Phillips, Ruth B.:

      • Merz-Edwards, Jean. “Native North American Art, 2nd Edition [Review of book by Janet Cathrine Berlo and Ruth B. Phillps].” 6 (Spring 2015): 83.

Pima:

      • Gómez, Reid. “Natalie Diaz: Mojave-Pima Poet.” 5 (Winter 2014): 76–79

Pitsiulak, Tim:

      • Meredith, America. “Tim Pitsiulak [Memorial].” 14 (Spring 2017): 87.

Poetry:

      • Diaz, RoseMary. “Esther G. Belin: Diné Poet.” 13 (Winter 2016): 98–101 .
      • Diaz, RoseMary. “The Thunderbird Poems [Review of book by Armand Garnet Ruffo].” 9 (Winter 2015): 84–85.
      • Gómez, Reid. “Natalie Diaz: Mojave-Pima Poet.” 5 (Winter 2014): 76–79.
      • Gómez, Reid. “Cedar Sigo: Suquamish Poet.” 6 (Spring 2015): 89–93.
      • Smith, Matthew Ryan. “Santee Frazier: Cherokee Writer, Poet, and Educator.” 11 (Summer 2016): 86–88.
      • Smith, Matthew Ryan. “Gregory Scofield: Metis Poet.” 15 (Summer 2017): 86–89.
      • Haozous, Bob. “White Nude.” 2 (Spring 2014): 76–77.
      • Niatum, Duane. “The Philosopher Cat [Poem].” 1 (Fall 2013): 73.
      • Niatum, Duane. “Untitled [Poem].” 1 (Fall 2013): 73.
      • Szok, Peter. “Antologia de poetas kunas [Review of book edited by Arysteiders Ikuaiklikina Turpana and Manigueuigdinapi Stanley].” 13 (Winter 2016): 86–87.

Pomo:

      • Potter, Bryn Barabas. “Clint McKay: Dry Creek Pomo-Wappo-Wintun Basket Weaver and Jeweler.” 14 (Spring 2017): 64–69.

Ponca:

      • Meredith, America. “Brent Greenwood: Chickasaw-Ponca Painter.” 8 (Fall 2015): 68–73

Ponca, Carl:

      • Meredith, America. “Carl Ponca [Memorial].” 1 (Fall 2013): 77.

Ponca, Wendy:

      • Stock, Alexandra Ponca. “Wendy Ponca: Osage Fashion Designer and Textile Artist.” 9 (Winter 2015): 62–67

Pootoogook, Annie:

      • Smith, Matthew Ryan. “Annie Pootoogook [Memorial].” 3 (Winter 2016): 106.

Portland Art Museum, Portland, OR:

      • Johnson, Annika, and Tyquiengco, Marina. “Contemporary Native Photographers and the Edward Curtis Legacy: Zig Jackson, Wendy Red Star, Will Wilson. Portland: Portland Art Museum [Review].” 11 (Summer 2016): 74–76.
      • McDonas, Thollem. “Native Fashion Now. Portland, OR: Portland Art Museum [Review].” 16 (Fall 2016): 93–94.

Portland Museum of Art, Portland, ME:

      • Soctomah, Lydia. “You Can’t Get There From Here: 2015 Portland Museum of Art Biennial. Portland, ME: Portland Museum of Art [Review.]” 10 (Spring 2016): 76–77.

Potter, Bryn Barabas:

      • Potter, Bryn Barabas. “Cahuilla Basketry: An Enduring Legacy.” 4 (Fall 2014): 50–59
      • Potter, Bryn Barabas. “Clint McKay: Dry Creek Pomo-Wappo-Wintun Basket Weaver and Jeweler.” 14 (Spring 2017): 64–69
      • Potter, Bryn Barabas. “California Continued.” 14 (Spring 2017): 71–72

Pourier, Kevin:

      • Bordeaux, Mary. “Kevin Pourier: Oglala Lakota Buffalo Horn Carver and Jeweler.” 4 (Fall 2014): 44–49

Pratt, Stephanie:

      • Pratt, Stephanie. “Sarah Sense: Weaving Water. Bristol, England: Rainmaker Gallery.” 1 (Fall 2013): 63–64.
      • Pratt, Stephanie. “Contemporary Native American Art in Britain, 1980s to Today.” 12 (Fall 2016): 48–55.

Printmaking:

      • Meredith, America. “Dylan Miner: Métis Artist and Indigenous Activist.” 1 (Fall 2013): 28–33.
      • Boney Jr., Roy. “Bobby C. Martin: Muscogee Creek Printmaker.” 8 (Fall 2015): 74–79
      • Evans, Lara M., “Larry McNeil: Tlingt-Nisga’a Photographer and Printmaker.” 5 (Winter 2014): 28–33.
      • Fricke, Suzanne Newman. “Alex J. Pena: Comanche-Pawnee- San Ildefonso Printmaker.” 6 (Spring 2015): 62–67.
      • Fricke, Suzanne Newman. “Marwin Begaye: Navajo Printmaker.” 11 (Summer 2016): 46–51.
      • Golar, Staci. “James Lavadour: Walla Walla Painter and Printmaker.” 15 (Summer 2017): 52–57.
      • Hoover, Anna. “Rolled and Reliefed. Anchorage: Anchorage Community Works [Review].” 6 (Spring 2015): 74–75.
      • Meredith, America. “Joe Feddersen: Okanagan-Sinixt Printmaker, Glass Artist, and Basket Weaver.” 5 (Winter 2014): 22–27.
      • Merz-Edwards, Jean. “Norman Akers: Osage Painter and Printmaker.” 13 (Winter 2016): 52–57
      • Meredith, America. “Ascending New Heights: Four Artists to Watch.” 8 (Fall 2015): 52–57

Petroglyphs: see Rock Art.

Pictographs: see Rock Art.

Pueblo Revolt:

      • Gómez, Reid. “Pueblo Revolt [Fiction].” 0 (Spring 2013): 68–75.

Photography:

      • Dowell, JoKay. “Shan Goshorn: Eastern Band Cherokee Interdisciplinary Artist.” 1 (Fall 2013): 22–27.
      • Meredith, America. “Tom Jones: Ho-Chunk Photographer.” 0 (Spring 2013): 24–29.
      • Cays, Rosa. “Luis Gonzalez: Mestizo Photographer.” 10 (Spring 2016): 60–65.
      • Evans, Lara M., “Larry McNeil: Tlingt-Nisga’a Photographer and Printmaker.” 5 (Winter 2014): 28–33.
      • Fricke, Suzanne Newman. “Matika Wilbur: Swinomish-Tulalip Photographer.” 3 (Summer 2014): 34–41.
      • Hoover, Anna. “Da-ka-xeen Mehner: Tlingit-Nisga’a Photography and Interdisciplinary Artist.” 2 (Spring 2014): 30–35.
      • Short, Christopher. “Photographing Your Art the Painless Way.” 6 (Spring 2015): 72–75.
      • Hagan, John. “Chilkat River Study: Photo Series.” 2 (Spring 2014): 76–77.

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Quapaw:

      • Neil-Binion, Denise. “Ardina Moore: Quapaw-Osage Regalia Maker.” 3 (Summer 2014): 28–33

Quechua:

      • Benavides, Annick. “Guaman Poma and the First New Chronicle and Good Government.” 15 (Summer 2017): 28–34.
      • Golar, Staci. “Nilda Callañaupa Alverez: Quecha Textile Artist.” 7 (Summer 2015): 50–55.

Quillwork:

  • Meredith, America. “Arapaho Women’s Quillwork: Motion, Life, and Creativity [Review of book by Jeffrey D. Anderson].” 2 (Spring 2014).

Quinn, Steve:

  • Quinn, Steve. “Reaching for New Heights: Totem Poles from Southeastern Alaska.” 3 (Summer 2014): 59–63

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Rainmaker Gallery:

  • Pratt, Stephanie. “Contemporary Native American Art in Britain, 1980s to Today.” 12 (Fall 2016): 48–55.
  • Pratt, Stephanie. “Sarah Sense: Weaving Water. Bristol, England: Rainmaker Gallery [Review].” 1 (Fall 2013): 63–64.

Rangel, John Paul:

  • Rangel, John Paul. “Ga nit ha, Three Native Women, and the Venice Biennale.” 8 (Fall 2015): 26–30.

Ray, Carl:

      • Smith, Matthew Ryan. “Storming Canada: Carl Ray, Indigenous Representation, and Sacred Legends.” 6 (Spring 2015): 24–29.

Red Corn, Ryan:

  • Southall, Neebinnaukzhik. ‘Perspectives from Ryan Red Corn.” 3 (Summer 2014): 14–15

Redeye, Luanne:

  • Meredith, America. “Ascending New Heights: Four Artists to Watch.” 8 (Fall 2015): 52–57

Red Star, Wendy:

  • Watson, Mary Jo. “Wendy Red Star: Crow Interdisciplinary Artist.” 5 (Winter 2014): 34–39
  • Johnson, Annika, and Tyquiengco, Marina. “Contemporary Native Photographers and the Edward Curtis Legacy: Zig Jackson, Wendy Red Star, Will Wilson. Portland, OR: Portland Art Museum.” 11 (Summer 2016): 74–76.

Riddle, Mason:

  • Riddle, Mason. “Julie Buffalohead: Uncommon Stories [Review].” 5 (Winter 2014): 66.
  • Riddle, Mason. “On Fertile Ground: Native Artists in the Upper Midwest [Review].” 6 (Spring 2015): 75–76.
  • Riddle, Mason. “Connecting the Past to the Future: Contemporary Native Portraits [Review].” 6 (Spring 2015): 77.
  • Riddle, Mason. “Modern Spirit: The Art of George Morrison [Review].” 7 (Summer 2015): 72–73.

Rizal, Clarissa:

  • Young, India Rael. “Clarissa Rizal [Memorial].” 14 (Spring 2017): 88.

Rock Art:

  • Meredith, America. “From the Birthplace of the World: The Solar Map Project and Ancestral Stone Inscriptions of Eastern Paraguay.” 7 (Summer 2015): 30–37
  • Horse Capture, Joe, and heather ahtone. “The Continuum of Plains Pictorial Tradition.” 8 (Fall 2015): 34–39.

Rofkar, Teri:

  • Jackinsky, Nadia. “Teri Rofkar [Memorial].” 14 (Spring 2017): 89.

Romer, Ryan:

  • Hoover, Anna. “Rolled and Reliefed. Anchorage: Anchorage Community Works [Review].” 6 (Spring 2015): 74–75.

Romero, Cara:

  • Meredith, America. “Colorado River Geoglyphs: Guardians of a Sacred Landscape.” 1 (Fall 2013): 56–61.

Romero, Diego:

  • Diaz, RoseMary. “Diego Romero: Cochiti Potter.” 9 (Winter 2015): 68–73.

The Round House:

  • Harjo, Suzan Shown. “The Round House [Review of book by Louise Erdich].” 0 (Spring 2013): 64.

Rushing III, W. Jackson:

  • Neil-Binion, Denise. “Modern Spirit: The Art of George Morrison [Review of book of W. Jackson Rushing III].” 3 (Summer 2014): 72–74.

Rutledge, Mark:

  • Southall, Neebinnaukzhik. “The Making of a Designer: Mark Rutledge.” 4 (Fall 2014): 24–25.

Russia:

  • Fricke, Suzanne Newman. “Migration.” 9 (Winter 2015): 85–86.
  • Fricke, Suzanne Newman. “As We See It: Photography by Contemporary Native American Artists.” 5 (Winter 2014): 69–70.

Ryker-Crawford, Jessie:

  • Ryker-Crawford, Jessie. “Caring for Featherwork: Art and Object Conservation.” 2 (Spring 2014): 74–75

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San Ildefonso Pueblo:

  • Fricke, Suzanne Newman. “Alex J. Pena: Comanche-Pawnee- San Ildefonso Printmaker.” 6 (Spring 2015): 62–67.

Santa Clara Pueblo:

  • Diaz, RoseMary. “Jennifer Moquino: Santa Clara Ceramic Artist.” 12 (Fall 2016): 68–73
  • Meredith, America. “RoseMary Diaz: Santa Clara Pueblo Tewa Writer.” 7 (Summer 2015): 84–85.

Science Fiction:

  • Fricke, Suzanne Newman. “The Force Will Be With You… Always: Science Fiction Imagery in Native American Art.” 12 (Fall 2016): 34–3.

Scofield, Gregory:

  • Smith, Matthew Ryan. “Gregory Scofield: Metis Poet.” 15 (Summer 2017): 86–89.

Sculpture:

  • Baca, Kim. “Christine Nofchissey McHorse: Navajo Ceramic Artist and Sculptor.” 8 (Fall 2015): 80–85.
  • Belgodere, Jeanine. “The Theme of Dance in Allan Houser’s Sculptures.” 2 (Spring 2014): 40–43.
  • Boney Jr., Roy. “Troy Jackon: Cherokee Ceramic Sculptor.” 4 (Fall 2014): 32–37.
  • Fricke, Suzanne Newman. “Nora Naranjo Morse: Tewa Sculptor.” 15 (Summer 2017): 58–63.
  • Meredith, America. “Troy Sice: Zuni Sculptor.” 6 (Spring 2015): 68–73.
  • Meredith, America. “Terrol Dew Johnson: Tohono O’odham Basket Weaver and Sculptor.” 14 (Spring 2016): 52–57.
  • Smith, Matthew Ryan. “Cliff Fragua: Jemez Pueblo Sculptor.” 10 (Spring 2016): 54–59.

Schrupp, Nelda:

  • Herndon, Mark. “Nelda Schrupp: Pheasant Rump Nakota Jeweler and Silversmith.” 12 (Fall 2016): 74–79.

Schulz, David:

      • Schulz, David. “David Moses Bridges [Memorial].” 14 (Spring 2017): 86

Secwepemc:

  • Smith, Matthew Ryan. “Tania Willard: Secwepemc Interdisciplinary Artist.” 15 (Summer 2017): 64–69

Seminole:

  • Watson, Mary Jo. “June Lee: Seminole Textile Artist.” 10 (Spring 2016): 66–71

Seneca:

  • Greeves, Teri. “Ken Williams: Arapaho-Seneca Beadwork Artist.” 1 (Fall 2013): 34–39.
  • Meredith, America. “Ascending New Heights: Four Artists to Watch.” 8 (Fall 2015): 52–57

Sense, Sarah:

  • Sense, Sarah. “Arte Textil Contemporàneo. Santiago, Chile: Museum Nacional de Bellas Artes [Review].” 0 (Spring 2013): 62.
  • Pratt, Stephanie. “Sarah Sense: Weaving Water. Bristol, England: Rainmaker Gallery [Review].” 1 (Fall 2013): 63–64.

Senungetuk, Ronald:

  • Jackinsky, Nadia. “Ronald Senungetuk: Inupiaq Interdisciplinary Artist and Educator.” 13 (Winter 2016): 58–62

Seotewa, Alexander:

      • Meredith, America. “Alexander Seotewa [Memorial].” 4 (Fall 2014): 90–91

Shaax’ Saani:

  • Meredith, America. “Ascending New Heights: Four Artists to Watch.” 8 (Fall 2015): 52–57.

Shanks, Ralph:

  • Eldred, Michole. “Indian Baskets of Northern California and Oregon [Review of book by Ralph Shanks].” 11 (Summer 2016): 80.

Shaw, Erin:

  • Meredith, America. “Erin Shaw: Chickasaw-Choctaw Painter.” 0 (Spring 2013): 30–35.

Sheridan, Frank:

  • Greeves, Teri. “Frank Pipe Woman Sheridan [Memorial].” 4 (Fall 2014): 91.

Sheyahshe, Michael:

  • Sheyahshe, Michael. “Red: A Haida Manga [Review of book by Michael Nicoll Yahgulanaas].” 6 (Spring 2015): 84

Short, Cathy:

  • Short, Cathy. “When the Ordinary Becomes Unique: Tarahumara People and Their Art.” 6 (Spring 2015): 30–39
  • Short, Cathy. “From Lamb to Loom: The Navajo-Churro and Sheep Is Life Celebration.” 9 (Winter 2015): 35–39
  • Short, Cathy. “Mata Ortiz Pottery.” 11 (Summer 2016): 28–33
  • Short, Cathy. “southwestNET: Postcommodity.” 7 (Summer 2015): 73–74
  • Short, Cathy. “Loloma: Expressions in Metal, Ink, and Clay.” 8 (Fall 2015): 87
  • Short, Cathy. “ Super Heroes: Super Heroes: Art! Action! Adventure!.” 8 (Fall 2015): 88–89
  • Short, Cathy. “Festival Alfonso Ortiz Tirado.” 7 (Summer 2015): 82–83.
  • Short, Cathy. “Frida Kahlo: Her Photos. Phoenix: Heard Museum.” 10 (Spring 2016): 74–76.

Short, Christopher:

  • Short, Christopher. “Photographing Your Art the Painless Way.” 6 (Spring 2015): 72–75.

Sice, Troy:

  • Meredith, America. “Troy Sice: Zuni Sculptor.” 6 (Spring 2015): 68–73.

Silis Høegh, Inuk:

      • Meredith, America. “Northern Lights: Greenlandic Art in the 21st Century.” 0 (Spring 2013): 46–55.
      • Norman, David Winfield. “Inuk Silis Høegh: Kalaaleq Filmmaker and Interdisciplinary Artist.” 7 (Summer 2015): 62–67.

Simpson, Kevin:

  • Simpson, Kevin. “Wixaritari Yarn Painting: Dazzling Art from the Sierra Madre Occidental Mountains.” 3 (Summer 2014): 48–55.
  • Simpson, Kevin. “Celebrating Life and Death in a Zapotec Village.” 8 (Fall 2015): 46–51.
  • Simpson, Kevin. “Zapotec Weaving: Resurgence of a Cultural Artform.” 13 (Winter 2016): 22–29.

Simpson, Leanne:

  • Smith, Matthew Ryan. “Leanne Simpson: Michi Saagig Nishnaabe Writer, Musician, and Educator.” 14 (Spring 2017): 82–84/

Singer, Ryan:

  • Fricke, Suzanne Newman. “The Force Will Be With You… Always: Science Fiction Imagery in Native American Art.” 12 (Fall 2016): 34–39.

Singletary, Preston:

  • Merz-Edwards, Jean. “Preston Singletary: Tlingit Glass Artist.” 12 (Fall 2016): 80–85.

Sinixt:

      • Meredith, America. “Joe Feddersen: Okanagan-Sinixt Printmaker, Glass Artist, and Basket Weaver.” 5 (Winter 2014): 22–27

Sigo, Cedar:

      • Gómez, Reid. “Cedar Sigo: Suquamish Poet.” 6 (Spring 2015): 89–93

Singer:

      • Gómez, Reid. “Radmilla Cody: Navajo Singer and Activist.” 2 (Spring 2014): 18–23

Skenandore, Hoka:

      • Skenandore, Hoka. “Wounaan Baskets from the Rainforests of Panama.” 12 (Fall 2016): 95–96.

Smallboy, Quinn:

      • Smith, Matthew Ryan, “Art+Lit: Quinn Smallboy.” 12 (Fall 2016): 100–103.

Smith, Janet Lamon:

      • Diaz, RoseMary. “Healing Through the Creative Process: Art Therapy in Indian Country.” 2 (Spring 2014): 44–51.

Smith, Matthew Ryan:

  • Smith, Matthew Ryan. “Storming Canada: Carl Ray, Indigenous Representation, and Sacred Legends.” 6 (Spring 2015): 24–29
  • Smith, Matthew Ryan. “Nadia Myre: Algonquin Interdisciplinary Artist.” 6 (Spring 2015): 56–61
  • Smith, Matthew Ryan. “Nicholas Galanin: Tlingit-Unangax Interdisciplinary Artist.” 7 (Summer 2015): 56–61
  • Smith, Matthew Ryan. “Asleep and Awake Contemporary Indigenous Video Art and the Politics of Presence.” 8 (Fall 2015): 40–45
  • Smith, Matthew Ryan. “March of the Land Writers: Unsanctioned Indigenous Street Art Interventions.” 9 (Winter 2015): 22–27
  • Smith, Matthew Ryan. “I Write for My Family: A Conversation with Tanya Lukin Linklater.” 10 (Spring 2016): 38–42
  • Smith, Matthew Ryan. “Cliff Fragua: Jemez Pueblo Sculptor.” 10 (Spring 2016): 54–59
  • Smith, Matthew Ryan. “Marianne Nicolson, PhD: Dzawada’enuxw Interdisciplinary Artist and Educator.” 11 (Summer 2016): 58–65
  • Smith, Matthew Ryan. “Santee Frazier: Cherokee Writer, Poet, and Educator.” 11 (Summer 2016): 86–88
  • Smith, Matthew Ryan. “Visual Artist and Designer: Jodie Webster.” 12 (Fall 2016): 22–23
  • Smith, Matthew Ryan. “The Archive in Contemporary Indigenous Art.” 12 (Fall 2016): 26–33
  • Smith, Matthew Ryan. “Orlando White: Diné Poet and Educator”12 (Fall 2016): 100–103
  • Smith, Matthew Ryan. “Annie Pootoogook [Memorial].” 3 (Winter 2016): 106
  • Smith, Matthew Ryan. “Damian Jim.” 13 (Winter 2016): 18–21
  • Smith, Matthew Ryan. “In Search of Hozho: Notes on Performance and Performance Art.” 14 (Spring 2017): 38–43
  • Smith, Matthew Ryan. “Leanna Simpson: Michi Saagig Nishnaabe Writer, Musician, and Educator.” 14 (Spring 2017): 82–84
  • Smith, Matthew Ryan. “Tania Willard: Secwepemc Interdisciplinary Artist.” 15 (Summer 2017): 64–69
  • Smith, Matthew Ryan. “Gregory Scofield: Metis Poet.” 15 (Summer 2017): 86–89
  • Smith, Matthew Ryan. “Tsu Heidei Shugaxtutaan [Made by Nicholas Galanin].” 4 (Fall 2014): 87
  • Smith, Matthew Ryan. “PUBLIC 54, Indigenous Art: New Media and the Digital [Review of book edited by Heather Igloliorte, Julie Nagam, and Carla Tauton].” 15 (Summer 2017): 82–83
  • Smith, Matthew Ryan. “Lovesick Child.” 2 (Spring 2014): 66–67
  • Smith, Matthew Ryan. “Kenojuak Ashevak: In Memoriam.” 3 (Summer 2014): 66–67
  • Smith, Matthew Ryan. “7: Professional Native Indian Artists Inc.” 8 (Fall 2015): 91–92
  • Smith, Matthew Ryan. “Reading the Talk.” 9 (Winter 2015): 78–79
  • Smith, Matthew Ryan. “Up Where We Belong: Native Musicians in Popular Culture.” 10 (Spring 2016): 72–73.

Soctomah, Lydia.

  • Soctomah, Lydia. “You Can’t Get There From Here: 2015 Portland Museum of Art Biennial. Portland, ME: Portland Museum of Art [Review.]” 10 (Spring 2016): 76–77.

Spiro Mounds.

  • Meredith, America. “The Artistic Legacy of Spiro Mounds.” 15 (Summer 2017): 18–27.

Spokane:

  • Meredith, America. “George Flett: Love and Camas—Renowned Ledger Artist Was Dedicated to His People [Memorial].” 0 (Spring 2013): 78.

Soctomah, Lydia:

  • Soctomah, Lydia. “You Can’t Get There From Here.” 10 (Spring 2016): 76–77.

Solar Map Project:

  • Meredith, America. “From the Birthplace of the World: The Solar Map Project and Ancestral Stone Inscriptions of Eastern Paraguay.” 7 (Summer 2015): 30–37

Southall, Neebinnaukzhik:

  • Southall, Neebinnaukzhik. “Blizzard: Emerging Northern Artists [Review of catalogue by Candice Hopkins and Tania Willard].” 1 (Fall 2013): 71–72.
  • Southall, Neebinnaukzhik. “Exploring Native Graphic Design.” 0 (Spring 2013): 10.
  • Southall, Neebinnaukzhik. “Exploring Native Graphic Design: Activism & Design.” 1 (Fall 2013): 12–13.
  • Southall, Neebinnaukzhik. ‘Perspectives from Ryan Red Corn.” 3 (Summer 2014): 14–15
  • Southall, Neebinnaukzhik. “Biskakone Greg Johnson: Lac du Flambeau Chippewa Interdisciplinary Artist.” 3 (Summer 2014): 22–27
  • Southall, Neebinnaukzhik. “The Making of a Designer: Mark Rutledge.” 4 (Fall 2014): 24–25
  • Southall, Neebinnaukzhik. “Publications Professional: Deborah Villa.” 5 (Winter 2014): 14–15
  • Southall, Neebinnaukzhik. “Chad Earles: Caddo Visual Communicator.” 7 (Summer 2015): 14–15
  • Southall, Neebinnaukzhik. “Rico Worl.” 9 (Winter 2015): 18–20
  • Southall, Neebinnaukzhik. “Not Another Mascot Article.” 10 (Spring 2016): 20–21
  • Southall, Neebinnaukzhik. “Eunique Yazzie: Design in the Community.” 11 (Summer 2016): 20–21
  • Southall, Neebinnaukzhik. “Shame and Prejudice: A Story of Resilience.” 15 (Summer 2017): 78–80.
  • Southall, Neebinnaukzhik. “In the Spirit of the Ancestors: Contemporary Northwest Coast Art at the Burke Museum [Review of book edited by Wright, Robin K., Bunn-Marcuse, Kathryn].” 2 (Spring 2014): 73.

Southeastern Woodlands:

  • Meredith, America. “Stitches in Time: The Rebirth of Southeastern Woodlands Beadwork.” 1 (Fall 2013): 46–51.

Stock, Alexandra Ponca:

  • Stock, Alexandra Ponca. “Wendy Ponca: Osage Fashion Designer and Textile Artist.” 9 (Winter 2015): 62–67

Street Art:

  • Fricke, Suzanne Newman. “Nanibah ‘Nani’ Chacon: Diné-Xicana Painter.” 1 (Fall 2013): 16–21.
  • Smith, Matthew Ryan. “March of the Land Writers: Unsanctioned Indigenous Street Art Interventions.” 9 (Winter 2015): 22–27.
  • Szok, Peter. “Ologwagdi, El Kolectivo, and the Art of Protest in Panama.” 9 (Winter 2015): 28–32.

Stanley, Manigueuigdinapi.

  • Szok, Peter. “Antologia de poetas kunas [Review of book edited by Arysteiders Ikuaiklikina Turpana and Manigueuigdinapi Stanley].” 13 (Winter 2016): 86–87.

Suquamish.

  • Gómez, Reid. “Cedar Sigo: Suquamish Poet.” 6 (Spring 2015): 89–93

SWAIA Santa Fe Indian Market:

      • Diaz, RoseMary. “Top of the World Bound: Seven Pacific Northwest Coast, Alaska, and Canadian First Nations Artists Reflect on Challenge, Opportunity, and San Fe Indian Market.” 1 (Fall 2013): 40–45.
      • Meredith, America. “Santa Fe Indian Market: A History of Native Arts and the Marketplace [Review of book by Bruce Bernstein].” 0 (Spring 2013): 65–66.

Swinomish.

      • Fricke, Suzanne Newman. “Matika Wilbur: Swinomish-Tulalip Photographer.” 3 (Summer 2014): 34–41

Szok, Peter.

      • Szok, Peter. “Ologwagdi, El Kolectivo, and the Art of Protest in Panama.” 9 (Winter 2015): 28–32.
      • Szok, Peter. “Kansuet: Guna Painter.” 11 (Summer 2016): 52–57
      • Szok, Peter. “Festival de Arte Dule (Report).” 14 (Spring 2016): 80–81
      • Szok, Peter. “Antologia de poetas kunas [Review of book edited by Arysteiders Ikuaiklikina Turpana and Manigueuigdinapi Stanley].” 13 (Winter 2016): 86–87.

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Tacoma Art Museum:

      • McDonas, Thollem. “Photographic Presence and Contemporary Indians: Matika Wilbur’ Project 562. Tacoma: Tacoma Art Museum.” 5 (Winter 2014): 67.

Tait, Norman.

      • Meredith, America. “Norman Tait [Memorial].” 12 (Fall 2016): 104–105

Tallchief, Maria.

      • Neil-Binion, Denise. “Maria Tallchief [Memorial].” 1 (Fall 2013): 76.

Tarahumara.

      • Short, Cathy. “When the Ordinary Becomes Unique: Tarahumara People and Their Art.” 6 (Spring 2015): 30–39

Tattoos.

  • Krutak, Lars. “Marked For Life: An Indigenous Tattoo Reawakening.” 13 (Winter 2016): 30–37

Tauton, Carla.

  • Smith, Matthew Ryan. “PUBLIC 54, Indigenous Art: New Media and the Digital [Review of book edited by Heather Igloliorte, Julie Nagam, and Carla Tauton].” 15 (Summer 2017): 82–83

Tehee, Candessa.

  • Tehee, Candessa. “Return From Exile: Contemporary Southeastern Indian Art. Athens, GA: Lydon House” 9 (Winter 2015): 74–75

Tewa.

  • Fricke, Suzanne Newman. “Nora Naranjo Morse: Tewa Sculptor.” 15 (Summer 2017): 58–63

Textile Arts.

  • Golar, Staci. “Nilda Callañaupa Alverez: Quecha Textile Artist.” 7 (Summer 2015): 50–55.
  • Greeves, Teri. “Carla Hemlock: Mohawk Quiltmaker.” 2 (Spring 2014): 24–29
  • Jackinsky-Sethi, Nadia. “Fish Skin as a Textile Material in Alaska Native Cultures.” 5 (Winter 2014): 40–47
  • Kramer, Karen. “Elizabeth James-Perry: Aquinnah Wampanoag Wampum Artist and Weaver.” 14 (Spring 2017): 46–51.
  • Meredith, America. “Terrol Dew Johnson: Tohono O’odham Basket Weaver and Sculptor.” 14 (Spring 2016): 52–57.
  • Merz-Edwards, Jean. “George Neptune: Passamaquoddy Basket Weaver.” 9 (Winter 2015): 56–61.
  • Monks, Vicki. “Margaret Roach Wheeler: Chickasaw Textile Artist.” 13 (Winter 2016): 70–75
  • Neil-Binion, Denise. “Ardina Moore: Quapaw-Osage Regalia Maker.” 3 (Summer 2014): 28–33
  • Stock, Alexandra Ponca. “Wendy Ponca: Osage Fashion Designer and Textile Artist.” 9 (Winter 2015): 62–67
  • Meredith, America. “Ascending New Heights: Four Artists to Watch.” 8 (Fall 2015): 52–57
  • Meredith, America. “Arapaho Women’s Quillwork: Motion, Life, and Creativity [Review of book by Jeffrey D. Anderson].” 2 (Spring 2014).
  • Torres-Nez, John. “The Durango Collection: Native American Weaving in the Southwest, 1860–1880. Santa Fe: Wheelwright Museum of the American Indian.” 1 (Fall 2013): 66.
  • Watson, Mary Jo. “June Lee: Seminole Textile Artist.” 10 (Spring 2016): 66–71.

Tiger, Tony A.:

  • Tiger, Tony A. “Native Soul: The Bacone College Native Art Program 1932–2014.” 3 (Summer 2014): 56–58.

Tiger, Yvonne N.:

  • Tiger, Yvonne N. “Beyond Geronimo: The Apache Experience [Review of catalogue by Janet Cantley].” 1 (Fall 2013): 70–71.
  • Tiger, Yvonne. “Joy Harjo-Sapulpa: Making Her Own Kind of Music.” 8 (Fall 2015): 102–106
  • Tiger, Yvonne N. “Memory and Identity: Apsaalooke and Hidatsa Ledger Art.” 13 (Winter 2016): 77–78
  • Tiger, Yvonne N. “Emergence: A Collective of Plains Indian Warrior Artists.” 15 (Summer 2017): 70–71

Tiger Jr., Johnny.

  • Meredith, America. “Johnny Tiger Jr. [Memorial].” 9 (Winter 2015): 91

Tlingit.

  • Hoover, Anna. “Da-ka-xeen Mehner: Tlingit-Nisga’a Photography and Interdisciplinary Artist.” 2 (Spring 2014): 30–35
  • Merz-Edwards, Jean. “Preston Singletary: Tlingit Glass Artist.” 12 (Fall 2016): 80–85.
  • Smith, Matthew Ryan. “Nicholas Galanin: Tlingit-Unangax Interdisciplinary Artist.” 7 (Summer 2015): 56–61
  • Meredith, America. “Ascending New Heights: Four Artists to Watch.” 8 (Fall 2015): 52–57

Tohono O’odham.

  • Meredith, America. “Terrol Dew Johnson: Tohono O’odham Basket Weaver and Sculptor.” 14 (Spring 2016): 52–57

Torralba, Maya.

  • Torralba, Maya. “Micheal ‘Huzo’ Paddlety [Memorial].” 8 (Fall 2015): 107

Torres-Nez, John:

  • Torres-Nez, John. “The Durango Collection: Native American Weaving in the Southwest, 1860–1880. Santa Fe: Wheelwright Museum of the American Indian.” 1 (Fall 2013): 66.

Trudell, John.

  • Golar, Staci. “John Trudell [Memorial].” 10 (Spring 2016): 89

Tulalip.

  • Fricke, Suzanne Newman. “Matika Wilbur: Swinomish-Tulalip Photographer.” 3 (Summer 2014): 34–41

Turpana, Arysteiders Ikuaiklikina.

  • Szok, Peter. “Antologia de poetas kunas [Review of book edited by Arysteiders Ikuaiklikina Turpana and Manigueuigdinapi Stanley].” 13 (Winter 2016): 86–87

Tyquiengco, Marina.

  • Johnson, Annika, and Tyquiengco, Marina. “Contemporary Native Photographers and the Edward Curtis Legacy: Zig Jackson, Wendy Red Star, Will Wilson.” 11 (Summer 2016): 74–76

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Unangax.

  • Smith, Matthew Ryan. “Nicholas Galanin: Tlingit-Unangax Interdisciplinary Artist.” 7 (Summer 2015): 56–61

United Kingdom:

  • Pratt, Stephanie. “Contemporary Native American Art in Britain, 1980s to Today.” 12 (Fall 2016): 48–55.
  • Pratt, Stephanie. “Sarah Sense: Weaving Water. Bristol, England: Rainmaker Gallery [Review].” 1 (Fall 2013): 63–64.

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Velasco, Magdalena.

  • Fendenheim, James and Velasco, Magdalena. “Bill Soza Warsoldier [Memorial].” 3 (Summer 2014): 78.

Veregge, Jeffrey:

  • Fricke, Suzanne Newman. “The Force Will Be With You… Always: Science Fiction Imagery in Native American Art.” 12 (Fall 2016): 34–39.

Verzuh, Valerie K.

  • Hart, Franci King. “Indian Country: The Art of David Bradley [Valerie K. Verzuh].” 8 (Fall 2015); 95.

Video: See Film/Video.

Villa, Deborah:

  • Southall, Neebinnaukzhik. “Publications Professional: Deborah Villa.” 5 (Winter 2014): 14–15.

Venice Biennale:

  • Rangel, John Paul. “Ga nit ha, Three Native Women, and the Venice Biennale.” 8 (Fall 2015): 26–30.

Vodvarka, Frank:

  • Merz-Edwards, Jean. “New Architecture on Indigenous Lands [Review of book by Joy Monice and Frank Vodvarka].” 5 (Winter 2014): 68.

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Wakemup, Rory:

  • Fricke, Suzanne Newman. “The Force Will Be With You… Always: Science Fiction Imagery in Native American Art.” 12 (Fall 2016): 34–39.

Walkingstick, Karin.

  • Meredith, America. “Fresh Perspectives: Three Artists You Should Know.” 12 (Fall 2016): 56–59.

Walla Walla.

  • Golar, Staci. “James Lavadour: Walla Walla Painter and Printmaker.” 15 (Summer 2017): 52–57.

Wampanoag:

  • Kramer, Karen. “Elizabeth James-Perry: Aquinnah Wampanoag Wampum Artist and Weaver.” 14 (Spring 2017): 46–51.

Wampum:

  • Kramer, Karen. “Elizabeth James-Perry: Aquinnah Wampanoag Wampum Artist and Weaver.” 14 (Spring 2017): 46–51.

Wappo:

  • Potter, Bryn Barabas. “Clint McKay: Dry Creek Pomo-Wappo-Wintun Basket Weaver and Jeweler.” 14 (Spring 2017): 64–69.

Wapp Jr., Edward:

  • Wapp Jr., Edward. “Josephine Myers-Wapp [Memorial].” 6 (Spring 2015): 88.
  • Greeves, Teri. “Edward Wapp (Wapeconiah): Jr. [Memorial]: 12 (Summer 2016): 105–106.

Warsoldier, Bill Soza:

  • Fendenheim, James and Magdalena Velasco. “Bill Soza Warsoldier [Memorial].” 3 (Summer 2014): 78.

Watson, Mary Jo:

  • Watson, Mary Jo. “Wendy Red Star: Crow Interdisciplinary Artist.” 5 (Winter 2014): 34–39.
  • Watson, Mary Jo. “June Lee: Seminole Textile Artist.” 10 (Spring 2016): 66–71.

Watt, Marie.

  • Ahtone, Heather. “Marie Watt: Seneca Installation Artist.” 13 (Winter 2016): 64–69.
  • Smith, Matthew Ryan. “The Archive in Contemporary Indigenous Art.” 12 (Fall 2016): 26–33.

Weaving: See Textile Arts.

Webster, Jodi:

  • Smith, Matthew Ryan. “Visual Artist and Designer: Jodi Webster.” 12 (Fall 2016): 22–23.

Wheeler, Margaret Roach:

  • Monks, Vicki. “Margaret Roach Wheeler: Chickasaw Textile Artist.” 13 (Winter 2016): 70–75

Wheelwright, Mary:

  • Berlo, Janet Cathrine. “Mary Wheelwright: Her Book [Review of book by Leatrice A. Armstrong].” 14 (Spring 2017): 78–79.

Wheelwright Museum of the American Indian:

  • Berlo, Janet Cathrine. “Mary Wheelwright: Her Book [Review of book by Leatrice A. Armstrong].” 14 (Spring 2017): 78–79.
  • Torres-Nez, John. “The Durango Collection: Native American Weaving in the Southwest, 1860–1880. Santa Fe: Wheelwright Museum of the American Indian [Review].” 1 (Fall 2013): 66.

Whimsies:

  • Estrada-Goeman, Wandeyu. “Iroquois Whimsies.” 11 (Summer 2016): 22–27.

White, Delina:

  • Diaz, RoseMary. “I Am Anishinaabe.” 16 (Fall 2017): 18–20.

White, Orlando:

  • Smith, Matthew Ryan. “Orlando White: Diné Poet and Educator”12 (Fall 2016): 100–103.

Whitten, Dorothea S.

  • Meredith, America. “From Myth to Creation: Art from Amazonian Ecuador [Review of book by Dorothea S. Whitten and Norman E. Whitten Jr.].” 15 (Summer 2017): 80–82

Whitten, Norman E.

  • Meredith, America. From Myth to Creation: Art from Amazonian Ecuador [Review of book by Dorothea S. Whitten and Norman E. Whitten Jr.]. 15 (Summer 2017): 80–82.

Wichita:

  • Meredith, America. “The Artistic Legacy of Spiro Mounds.” 15 (Summer 2017): 18–27.

Wilbur, Matika.

  • Fricke, Suzanne Newman. “Matika Wilbur: Swinomish-Tulalip Photographer.” 3 (Summer 2014): 34–41.

Willard, Tania:

  • Southall, Neebinnaukzhik. “Blizzard: Emerging Northern Artists [Review of book by Candice Hopkins and Tania Willard].” 1 (Fall 2013): 71–72.
  • Smith, Matthew Ryan. “Tania Willard: Secwepemc Interdisciplinary Artist.” 15 (Summer 2017): 64–69.
  • Willard, Tania. “unlimited edition.” 6 (Spring 2015): 85.

Williams, Eva:

  • Pahdopony, Juanita and Eva Williams. “Enter the Matrix: Indigenous Printmakers [Review].” 9 (Winter 2015): 79–80.

Williams Jr., Kenneth:

  • Greeves, Teri. “Ken Williams: Arapaho-Seneca Beadwork Artist.” 1 (Fall 2013): 34–39.
  • Perala-Hunt, Linda. “One Bead at a Time: Artistry of Orlando Dugi ad Kenneth Williams.” 5 (Winter 2014): 64.

Wilnoty Sr., John Julius:

  • Wilson, Lambert G. “John Julius Wilnoty Sr. [Memorial].” 12 (Fall 2016): 106

Wilson, Lambert:

  • Wilson, Lambert G. “John Julius Wilnoty Sr. [Memorial].” 12 (Fall 2016): 106

Wilson, Will:

  • Johnson, Annika, and Tyquiengco, Marina. “Contemporary Native Photographers and the Edward Curtis Legacy: Zig Jackson, Wendy Red Star, Will Wilson.” 11 (Summer 2016): 74–76

Wintun:

  • Potter, Bryn Barabas. “Clint McKay: Dry Creek Pomo-Wappo-Wintun Basket Weaver and Jeweler.” 14 (Spring 2017): 64–69

Worl, Rico:

      • Southall, Neebinnaukzhik. “Rico Worl.” 9 (Winter 2015): 18–20.

Wounaan:

      • Skenandore, Hoka. “Wounaan Baskets from the Rainforests of Panama.” 12 (Fall 2016): 95–96.

Wright, Robin K.:

  • Pratt, Stephanie. “Charles Edenshaw [Review of book edited by Wright, Robin K., Augaitis, Dana, and Jim Harts].” 2 (Spring 2014): 72
  • Southall, Neebinnaukzhik. “In the Spirit of the Ancestors: Contemporary Northwest Coast Art at the Burke Museum [Review of book edited by Wright, Robin K., Bunn-Marcuse, Kathryn].” 2 (Spring 2014): 73.

Wyatt, Gary:

  • Meredith, America. “Seekers and Travellers: Contemporary Art of Pacific Northwest Coast [Review of book by Gary Wyatt].” 0 (Spring 2013): 65.

Yahgulanaas, Michael Nicoll:

  • Sheyahshe, Michael. “Red: A Haida Manga [Review of book by Michael Nicoll Yahgulanaas].” 6 (Spring 2015): 84

Yazzie, Eunique:

  • Southall, Neebinnaukzhik. “Eunique Yazzie: Design in the Community.” 11 (Summer 2016): 20–21

Yazzie, Lyle Toledo:

  • Yazzie, Lyle Toledo. “Indigenous Brilliance. Seborga, Italy: Palazzo Vecchio.” 1 (Fall 2013): 69.

Yazzie, Melanie A.:

  • Fricke, Suzanne Newman. “Melanie Yazzie: Geographies of Memory [Review].” 3 (Summer 2014): 64–65.

Yepa Pappan, Debra:

  • Fricke, Suzanne Newman. “The Force Will Be With You… Always: Science Fiction Imagery in Native American Art.” 12 (Fall 2016): 34–39.

Yohe, Jill Ahlberg:

  • Montano, Roshii and Ahlberg Yohe, Jill. “Blanketing the Plains: Hanoolchaadi in Indian Country.” 14 (Spring 2016): 20–25.

Young, India:

  • Fricke, Suzanne Newman. “Hemispheres: Visual Cultures of the Americas, Volume VI [Review of journal edited by India Young].” 2 (Spring 2014): 71
  • Young , India. “Northwest Coast Indian Art: An Analysis of Form [Review of book by Bill Holm].” 7 (Summer 2015): 78–79.
  • Young, India. “Adaslā: The Movement of Hands. Victoria: University of Victoria Legacy Art Gallery [Review].” 4 (Fall 2014): 82–84.
  • Young, India. “Clarissa Rizal [Memorial].” 14 (Spring 2017): 88.

Z

Zapotec:

  • Simpson, Kevin. “Celebrating Life and Death in a Zapotec Village.” 8 (Fall 2015): 46–51.
  • Simpson, Kevin. “Zapotec Weaving: Resurgance of a Cultural Artform.” 13 (Winter 2016): 22–29.

Zuni:

  • Belarde-Lewis, Miranda. “Colin Coonsis: Zuni Jeweler and Lapidarian.” 12 (Fall 2016): 62–67.
  • Meredith, America. “Troy Sice: Zuni Sculptor.” 6 (Spring 2015): 68–73.