Indigenous art. Indigenous perspectives.

FAAM No. 23, Summer 2019


FAAM No. 23, Summer 2019



  • Taking a Closer Look: Four Emerging Artists Shine in the Spotlight
    by RoseMary Diaz (Santa Clara Tewa)
  • Amanda Crowe & Her Legacy: Eastern Band Cherokee Woodcarving
    by Tammi J. Hanawalt, PhD
  • peepankišaapiikahkia eehkwaatamenki aacimooni: A Story of Miami Ribbonwork
    by Scott M. Shoemaker, PhD (Miami), George Ironstrack (Miami), and Karen Baldwin
  • Reclaiming Space in Native Knowledges and Languages: The Clemente Course in the Humanities
    by Laura Marshall Clark (Muscogee Creek)

Artist Profiles

  • D. Y. Begay: Diné Textile Artist
    by Jennifer McLerran, PhD
  • Benjamin Harjo Jr.: Absentee Shawnee/Seminole Painter and Printmaker
    by Staci Golar
  • Freddy Mamani Silvestre: Aymara Architect
    by Vivian Zavataro
  • Tyra Shackleford: Chickasaw Textile Artist
    by Vicki Monks (Chickasaw)


  • Recent Developments by Mariah Ashbacher and America Meredith (Cherokee Nation)
  • Seven Directions: Hallie Winter (Osage)
  • Art+Literature: Suzan Shown Harjo (Cheyenne/Hodulgee Muscogee) by Matthew Ryan Smith, PhD
  • Collections: The Metropolitan Museum of Art by Andrea L. Ferber, PhD
  • Spotlight: Melt: Prayers for the People and the Planet, Angela Babby (Oglala Lakota) by Mariah Ashbacher
  • In Memoriam:
    • Joe Fafard, OC, SOM (Métis)
      by Gloria Bell, PhD (Métis)
    • Frank LaPeña (Nomtipom Maidu)
      by Mariah L. Ashbacher
    • Truman Lowe (Ho-Chunk)
      by Jean Merz-Edwards
  • Calendar, compiled by Travis D. Day and America Meredith (Cherokee Nation)
  • Art Exhibition Reviews
  • Book Review

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