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Fashion:

  • Greeves, Teri. “Orlando Dugi: Diné Beadwork Artist and Fashion Designer.” 0 (Spring 2013): 12–17 | digital
  • Metcalfe, Jessica R., “More Than Just A Trend: Rethinking The Native in Native Fashion.” 0 (Spring 2013): 36–39 | digital
  • 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. print | digital
  • 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.

Ferber, Andrea L.:

  • Alex Janvier: Modern Indigenous Master. Calgary: Glenbow Museum (review).” 21 (Winter 2018): 74–75. print | digital
  • “American Indian Workshop: London 2017 [report].” 17 (Winter 2017): 80. print | digital
  • Art for a New Understanding: Native Voices–1950s to Now. Bentonville, Arkansas: Crystal Bridges Museum of Art (review).” 21 (Winter 2018): 72–73. print | digital
  • “Collections: The Saint Louis Art Museum.” 19 (Summer 2018): 88–91. print | digital
  • “Collections: Denver Art Museum.” 24 (Fall 2019): 90–92
  • “Collections: The Metropolitan Museum of Art.” 23 (Summer 2019): 100–03. print | digital
  • “Collections: Nerman Museum of Contemporary Art.” 25 (Winter 2020).
  • “Collections: The National Museum of Mexican Art.” 20 (Fall 2018): 101–03. print | digital
  • Horse Nation of the Očhéthi Šakówin. Brooking, South Dakota: South Dakota Museum of Art (review).” 16 (Fall 2017): 72–73. print | digital
  • “Collections: Philbrook Museum of Art.” 22 (Spring 2019): 96–99. print | digital
  • Crow’s Shadow Institute of the Arts at 25 (review of book by heather ahtone, Rebecca L. Dobkins, and Prudence F. Roberts).” 19 (Summer 2018): 84.  print | digital
  • Harry Fonseca: The Art of Living. Indianapolis: Eiteljorg Museum of Indians and Western Art.” 23 (Summer 2019): 84–85. print | digital
  • “Indigeneity at documenta 14.” 17 (Winter 2017): 28–35. print | digital
  • “Jaune Quick-To-See Smith: Sqelix’u/Métis/Shoshone Cultural Arts Worker.” 25 (Winter 2020)
  • “Meryl McMaster: Plains Cree Photographer.” 24 (Fall 2019): 60–65. print | digital
  • Monarchs: Brown and Native Artists in the Path of the Butterfly. Omaha: Bemis Center for Contemporary Arts.” 18 (Spring 2018): 80–81. print | digital
  • “The Rhizomes of Repatriation.” 22 (Spring 2019): 52–54. print | digital
  • Rituals: Porfirio Gutiérrez. Kansas City, Missouri: Travois (review).” 20 (Fall 2018): 85. print | digital
  • “Collections: Glenbow Museum” 21 (Winter 2018): 90–93. print | digital

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 | digital

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. print | digital

France:

  • Boney Jr., Roy, “Something Imperialistic Happened on the Way to the Louvre: Delegation Amerindienne An Artist’s Perspective.” 0 (Spring 2013): 40–45 | digital
  • 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. print | digital
  • Fricke, Suzanne Newman. “Oklahoma Cherokee Baskets [Review of book 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. print | digital
  • 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. print | digital