Indigenous art. Indigenous perspectives.

FAAM No. 28, Fall 2020


Cover artwork by Virgil Ortiz (Cochiti Pueblo)

Issue No. 28, Fall 2020



  • Paragons of the Virtual: 2020 SWAIA Virtual Indian Market Winners
    By RoseMary Diaz (Santa Clara Pueblo)
  • Prairie Dog Glass: The Rise of Southwest Native Glass Art
    By Cathy Short (Citizen Potawatomi)
  • BACA 2020—Contemporary Native Art Biennial/Biennale d’art contemporain autochtone,
    Fifth Edition: Honouring Kinship

    By Lori Beavis, PhD (Michi Saagiig Anishinaabe)
  • Ancient Teotihuacán: A Painted City
    By Cynthia A. Conides, PhD

Artist Profiles

  • Bill Glass Jr.: Cherokee Nation Ceramic Artist & Sculptor
    By Candice Byrd (Osage/Quapaw/Cherokee Nation)
  • Jean LaMarr: Northern Paiute/Pit River Printmaker & Mixed-Media Artist
    By Jean Merz-Edwards
  • Shelley Niro: Mohawk Photographer & Filmmaker
    By Matthew Ryan Smith, PhD
  • Virgil Ortiz: Cochiti Ceramic Sculptor & Fashion Designer
    By Neebinnaukzhik Southall (Rama Chippewa)


  • Recent Developments
  • Seven Directions: Brittany Britton (Hupa)
  • Art+Literature: JBeth Piatote (Colville Nez Perce)
    By Tiffany Midge (Standing Rock Lakota)
    Artwork by Mikailah Thompson (Nez Perce)
  • Collections: Krannert Art Museum
    By Andrea L. Ferber, PhD
  • Native Sounds
    By Thollem
  • Exhibition Reviews + Report
  • Book Reviews
  • In Memoriam
    • Joan Hill (Muscogee/Cherokee, 1930–2020)
      By Daniel McCoy Jr. (Muscogee/Potawatomi)
    • Nakotah LaRance (Hopi/Assiniboine/Tewa/Navajo, 1989–2020)
      By RoseMary Diaz (Santa Clara Pueblo)
    • Ben Davidson (Haida, 1976–2020)
      By America Meredith (Cherokee Nation)
    • Sadie Marks (Hopi, 1948–2020)
      By Jennifer Juan (Tohono O’odham) and America Meredith (Cherokee Nation)
    • Molly Neptune Parker (Passamaquoddy, 1939–2020)
      By Frances Soctomah (Passamaquoddy)
    • Juanita Pahdopony-Mithlo (Comanche, 1947–2020)
      By heather ahtone, PhD (Choctaw/Chickasaw)

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