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Sovereign Futures

April 4–7, 2024 Presented by the University of Tulsa, Sovereign Futures is a four-day symposium organized and presented by visiting…

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Oklahoma Native Art Institutions

Tribal Museums and Cultural Centers Anna Mitchell Cultural and Welcome Center, Cherokee Nation Vinita, OKC | link Caddo Heritage Museum,…

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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…


FAAM No. 42 with art by Denilson Baniwa

FAAM No. 42, Spring 2024, cover art by Denilson Baniwa (Baniwa).

Issue No. 42, Spring 2024
(April–June)

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Features

  • Nature Provides: Subtle Palettes from the Earth
    By Ruthanne Johnson, 22–33
  • Nature Provides: Resources, 31
  • Threads to the Past, 32–33
  • Celebrating Seal in Alaska Native Art
    By Nadia Jackinsky-Sethi, PhD (Alutiiq), 34–38
  • Messages in Baskets: Peter J. Clair
    By Lucy R. Lippard, 40–45
  • NAGPRA Updates: Closing Loopholes Exploited by Institutions
    By Staci Golar, 46–49
  • From River Cane to Pine Needles: The Journey and Adaptation of Alabama and Koasati Baskets
    By Lisa LaRue-Baker (Cherokee Nation), 50–54

Artist Profiles

  • Denilson Baniwa: Baniwa Interdisciplinary Artist
    By Mariana Brazão, 56–61
  • Robert Davidson: Haida/Tlingit Sculptor, Printmaker, Painter, and Jeweler
    By Paul Niemi, 62–68
  • Ruthe Blalock Jones: Shawnee/Delaware/Peoria Painter, Educator, and Printmaker
    By Stacy Pratt, PhD (Mvskoke), 70–75
  • Roxanne Swentzell: Santa Clara Pueblo Ceramic and Bronze Sculptor
    By RoseMary Diaz (Santa Clara Pueblo), 76–81

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FAAM No. 41, Winter 2024

Issue No. 41, Winter 2024 (January–March) Click here to purchase a digital copy for $7.99 from JooMag. To purchase a…

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FAAM No. 41, Winter 2024

Issue No. 41, Winter 2024 (January–March) Click here to purchase a digital copy for $7.99 from JooMag. To purchase a…


FAAM Contributing Editor Stacy Pratt wins the 2022 Rabkin Prize

Stacy Pratt, PhD (Mvskoke), is one of eight visual art journalists to win the 2022 Rabkin Prize. The Dorothea and Leo Rabkin Foundation recognizes “the essential visual art journalist working in [their]  part of the country.” Read more...

Feedspot chose First American Art Magazine as one of its "Top 10 Art Magazines And Ezines To Follow In 2018"

Library Journal chose First American Art Magazine as one of the Best Magazines Launched in 2013

Library Journal, based in New York and founded in 1876, selects ten of the best magazines launched each year. We were chosen in the top ten, alongside magazines from Sweden and Italy. Read more...

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