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Review | Rutherford Falls

Rutherford Falls connects the mainstream public to Indian Country By Gracelynn Growingthunder (Nakoda/Kiowa), age 11 The Peacock TV sitcom Rutherford…


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…

FAAM No. 34

Cover art by Jim Yellowhawk (Cheyenne River Lakota/Onondaga), "Off to the 49," 2008, pen and ink, color pencil, marker on antique paper, 7 7/8 × 7 7/8 in., private collection. Image courtesy of the artist.

Issue No. 34, Spring 2022 (April–June)

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  • Legends on Two Wheels: Motorcycles and Bikers in Ledger Art By James G. Bland
  • Onöndowa'ga:' Combs: An Historic Seneca Art Form Revived By Joe Stahlman, PhD (Tuscarora descent) and Hayden Haynes (Seneca)
  • Digital Fine Art Printmaking: Unlocking New Visual Possibilities By Suzanne Newman Fricke, PhD
  • Nasca Ceramics: Life and Death in Polychrome By America Meredith (Cherokee Nation)

Artist Profiles

  • Jennifer Sapiel Neptune

    Miniature sweetgrass acorn basket with black ash by Jennifer Sapiel Neptune (Penobscot).

    Sterlin Harjo: Seminole/Muscogee Filmmaker, Producer, and Podcaster By Vicki Monks (Chickasaw)
  • Peter B. Jones: Onondaga Ceramic Artist By Matthew Ryan Smith, PhD
  • Wanesia Misquadace: Fond du Lac Ojibwe Birchbark Biter and Jeweler By Paige Willett (Citizen Potawatomi)
  • Jennifer Sapiel Neptune: Penobscot Basket Weaver and Beadwork Artist By Kelly Church (Gun Lake Pottawatomi/Ottawa/Ojibwe)

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FAAM No. 33, Winter 2022

Issue No. 33, Winter 2022 (January–March) Locations (scroll to find yours) US, New Mexico $9.74 USD US, other than NM…


FAAM No. 33, Winter 2022

Issue No. 33, Winter 2022 (January–March) Locations (scroll to find yours) US, New Mexico $9.74 USD US, other than NM…

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