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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.