Indigenous art. Indigenous perspectives.

FAAM No. 30, Spring 2021

FAAM No. 30

Cover artwork by Lily Hope (Tlingit). Photo: Sydney Akagi Photography, Juneau, Alaska.

Issue No. 30, Spring 2021



  • Crow’s Shadow Institute of the Arts
    By Nanette Kelley (Osage Nation/Cherokee Nation)
  • Evolving States: Michael Elizondo Jr. and the Reemergence of the Bacone College School of Indian Art
    By Cedar Marie (Standing Rock Lakota descent)
  • Allan Houser and His Sons: A Story of Kinship and Three Different Artistic Statements
    By Jeanine Belgodere
  • The Neo-Woodland Movement
    By Matthew Ryan Smith, PhD

Artist Profiles

  • Lily Hope: Tlingit Weaver
    By Amy Fletcher
  • Maria Hupfield: Wasauksing Ojibwe Transdisciplinary Artist
    By Michelle J. Lanteri
  • Mario Martinez: Pascua Yaqui Painter
    By RoseMary Diaz (Santa Clara Pueblo)
  • Nathan Young: Delaware/Pawnee/Kiowa
    Interdisciplinary Artist and Musician

    By Thollem


  • Recent Developments
  • Seven Directions: Kelly Church (Pottawatomi/Ottawa/Ojibwe)
  • Art+Literature: Stephen Graham Jones: Blackfeet Author and Educator
    By Matthew Ryan Smith, PhD
    Artwork by Jonathan Thunder (Red Lake Ojibwe)
  • Collections: Field Museum
    By Andrea L. Ferber, PhD
  • Opinion: The Paradox of Decolonizing Museums
    By Nanette Kelley (Osage Nation/Cherokee Nation)
  • Exhibition Reviews
  • Book Reviews
  • Music Review
  • In Memoriam
    • Bill Church (Pottawatomi/Ottawa/Ojibwe)
      By Kelly Church (Pottawatomi/Ottawa/Ojibwe)
    • Christine Nofchissey McHorse (Navajo)
      By Stacy Pratt, PhD (Mvskoke)
    • Marden Paniza (Guna)
      By Peter Szok, PhD

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