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Cherokee Art Market 2022

Cherokee Art Market, an intertribal juried competitive event hosted by the Cherokee Nation, is back after two years of being…


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FAAM No. 37 coover

Cover art by Liz Wallace (Navajo/Nisenan Maidu/Washoe)

Issue No. 37, Winter 2025



  • Galleries’ Roles in the Native Art World: Educating and Advocating for Indigenous Artists
    By Chadd Scott
  • Salmon Culture: Exploring Museum Sovereignty Through an Exhibition Project
    By Nadia Jackinsky-Sethi, PhD (Alutiiq)
  • Ducks from the Deep: The Lovelock Cave Tule Ducks and the Art of the Decoy
    By James G. Bland
  • Generations through Clay: Santee Smith’s Talking Earth Artwork
    By Anya Montiel, PhD (Mestiza/Tohono O'odham descent)

Artist Profiles

  • Venancio Aragon: Navajo Textile Artist
    By Stacy Pratt, PhD (Mvskoke)
  • David Garneau: Métis Painter, Curator & Critic
    By Matthew Ryan Smith, PhD
  • Karin Walkingstick: Cherokee Nation Ceramic Artist
    By America Meredith (Cherokee Nation)
  • Liz Wallace: Navajo/Nisenan Maidu/Washoe Jeweler
    By Staci Golar

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FAAM No. 36, Fall 2022

Issue No. 36, Fall 2022 (October–December) Locations US, New Mexico $9.74 USD US, other than NM $8.99 USD Canada $9.99…


FAAM No. 36, Fall 2022

Issue No. 36, Fall 2022 (October–December) Locations US, New Mexico $9.74 USD US, other than NM $8.99 USD Canada $9.99…

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...

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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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