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Collecting Sea Otter Fur Art

Indian Arts and Craft Board Explains Legalities of Collecting This Unique Alaska Native Art The US Department of the Interior’s…

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Collecting Sea Otter Fur Art

Indian Arts and Craft Board Explains Legalities of Collecting This Unique Alaska Native Art The US Department of the Interior’s…

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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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Inuit Communities in Canada

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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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Collecting Sea Otter Fur Art

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FAAM 29Issue No. 29, Winter 2021

(January–March)


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Features

  • Dolls of the North: Depicting a Way of Life, Part I
    By Michole Eldred (Catawba/Eastern Band Cherokee)
  • Metamorphoses in Zuni Fetish Carving:
    Three Artists Expand an Indigenous Art Form

    By America Meredith (Cherokee Nation)
  • Commodity and Heritage: Works on Paper by Myra Kukiiyaut
    By Katharine W. Fernstrom, PhD
  • Other Places, Outer Spaces: Skawennati’s Virtual Futurism
    By Matthew Ryan Smith, PhD

Artist Profiles

  • Joanna Underwood Blackburn: Chickasaw Ceramic Artist and Sculptor
    By Laura Marshall Clark (Muscogee Creek)
  • Teri Greeves: Kiowa Beadwork Artist
    By Staci Golar
  • Joel Isaak: Dena'ina Interdisciplinary Artist
    By Nadia Jackinsky-Sethi, PhD (Alutiiq)
  • G. Peter Jemison: Seneca Painter
    By Matthew Ryan Smith, PhD

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Issue No. 0, Spring 2013

Pilot Issue No. 0, Spring 2013 First American Art Magazine’s issue No. 0 is the pilot issue, available online for…

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Issue No. 0, Spring 2013

Pilot Issue No. 0, Spring 2013 First American Art Magazine’s issue No. 0 is the pilot issue, available online for…


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