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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.” FAAM 7 (Summer 2015): 68–69
  • Potter, Bryn Barabas. “California Continued.” FAAM 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: Quechua 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.