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Denver Call for Powwow Dance Videos

National Call for Video Dance Submissions for Denver Art Museum’s 31st Annual Friendship Powwow Museum to present powwow celebration in…

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Collections Spotlight

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Denver Call for Powwow Dance Videos

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FAAM has a new address!

The company who received our mail, PostNet, is going out of business due to COVID-19. We are sorry to see…

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Chase Earles

If you need an experienced graphic artist to design stellar advertising for you, contact Chase Earles. A Caddo visual artist…

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Review | Neither Wolf Nor Dog

Need some quality viewing during quarantine? Roaring Fire Films’s Neither Wolf Nor Dog stands the test of time By RoseMary Diaz (Santa…

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Denver Call for Powwow Dance Videos

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FAAM 27Issue No. 27, Summer 2020

(July–September)


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Features

  • Native Art World Response to the COVID-19 Pandemic
    By various authors
  • Point of Contact: The Art of Quillwork Then and Now
    By Matthew Ryan Smith, PhD
  • Returning Home: Comanche Homecoming at Sultan Park
    Photo essay by Ben Norberto III (Comanche)
    Text by Juanita Pahdopony (Comanche)
  • SWAIA Selects Kim Peone to Be Executive Director: A New Chapter Begins for Both
    By RoseMary Diaz (Santa Clara Pueblo)
  • Opinion | The Indian-on-Indian Art Plague: Intertribal Misappropriation
    By Nanette Kelley (Osage/Cherokee Nations)

Artist Profiles

  • Lena Snow Amason: Alutiiq Carver
    By Matthew Ryan Smith, PhD
  • Jason Garcia: Santa Clara Pueblo Clay Artist and Printmaker
    By Michelle J. Lanteri
  • Marlowe Katoney: Navajo Textile Artist and Painter
    By Jill Ahlberg Yohe, PhD
  • Courtney M. Leonard: Shinnecock Ceramicist and Multimedia Artist
    By Jami Powell, PhD (Osage Nation)

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FAAM No. 26, Summer 2020

Issue No. 26, Spring 2020 (April–June) Locations US, New Mexico $9.74 USD US, other than NM $8.99 USD Canada $9.99…

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FAAM No. 26, Summer 2020

Issue No. 26, Spring 2020 (April–June) Locations US, New Mexico $9.74 USD US, other than NM $8.99 USD Canada $9.99…


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