Indigenous art. Indigenous perspectives.

Issue No. 5, Winter 2014/15



Issue No. 5, Winter 2014/15



  • Mapuche Silver Jewelry, by Heidi McKinnon
  • Fish-Skin Sewing in Alaska, by Nadia Sethi, PhD (Alutiiq)
  • Ohio’s Ancient Earthworks, by AM
  • The Plains Indians: Artists of Earth and Sky, by Scott W. Hale

Artist Profiles

  • Jessica Clark, Lumbee painter, by Nancy Strickland Fields (Lumbee)
  • Joe Feddersen, Okanagan-Sinixt interdisciplinary artist, by AM
  • Larry McNeil, Tlingit photographer, by Lara M. Evans, PhD (Cherokee Nation)
  • Wendy Red Star, Crow interdisciplinary artist, by Mary Jo Watson, PhD (Seminole)


  • Recent Developments (news)
  • Seven Directions with Kelly Church (Potawatomi/Odawa/Ojibwe)
  • Literature + Art: interview with Natalie Diaz (Mojave/Pima), by Reid Gómez (Navajo), with art by Hoka Skenandore (Oglala/Oneida/Luiseño)
  • Exploring Native Graphic Design: Deborah Villa (Mestiza), by Neebinnaukzhik Southall (Rama Chippewa)
  • Advice: How to Photograph Artwork, by Christopher Short (Citizen Potawatomi)
  • Memorial of David Lee Pecos (Cochiti/Jemez/Laguna Pueblos), by Jamelyn Ebelacker (Santa Clara Pueblo)
  • Reviews

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