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Cover art by Rainy Naha (Hopi-Tewa). Photo: King Galleries.

Cover art by Rainy Naha (Hopi-Tewa). Photo: King Galleries.

Issue No. 41, Winter 2024
(January–March)

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Features

  • Textures and Seasons: The History and Art of Hopi Silver Overlay
    By A.M. Palmer, 20–26
  • Looking Back: Bob Haozous’s Cultural Crossroads of the Americas
    By Suzanne Newman Fricke, PhD, 28–31
  • Marco Temporal: Indigenous Art & Activism in Brazil
    By Mariana Brazão, 32–38
  • Photo Essay | Spirit of the Corn
    By Hayden Haynes (Seneca Nation) with Morgan Huff, modeling regalia by Karlene Familo and Alexia Stevens (all Seneca Nation), 40–44

Artist Profiles

  • James Fendenheim: Tohono O’odham Jeweler, and Sculptor
    By Anya Montiel, PhD (Mestiza/Tohono O’odham descent), 48–52
  • David Martin: Pokagon Potawatomi Tattoo Artist, Painter, and Regalia Maker
    By Matthew Ryan Smith, PhD, 54–59
  • Rainy Naha: Hopi-Tewa Ceramic Artist
    By RoseMary Diaz (Santa Clara Pueblo), 60–65
  • Amber Webb: Yup’ik Visual Storyteller
    By Nadia Jackinsky-Sethi, PhD (Alutiiq), 66–71

Departments

  • Recent Developments, by Staci Golar and America Meredith (Cherokee Nation), 9–12
  • Seven Directions | Lisa LaRue Baker (Cherokee Nation), 15–18
  • Art+Literature | Boderra Joe: Diné Poet, Journalist, and Photographer
    By Matthew Ryan Smith, PhD, 86–89
  • Exhibition Reviews, 72–85
  • Memorials
    • Sam English (Turtle Mountain/Red Lake Chippewa, 1942–2023)
      By Matthew Ryan Smith, PhD, 90
    • Hal Homer (Oneida Indian Nation, 1973–2023)
      By Frank Buffalo Hyde (Onondaga), 91
    • Watson Honanie (Hopi, 1953–2023)
      By America Meredith (Cherokee Nation) with advice from Gloria Lomahaftewa (Hopi/Choctaw), 92
    • Baje Whitethorne Sr. (Navajo, 1950–2023)
      By Nanette Kelley (Osage/Cherokee Nations), 93
  • Calendar, by Abby Mikalauskas, 94–96