Friday Jun 14
NM Indian arts museum hires new director
The New Mexico Museum of Indian Arts and Culture has hired a member of Oklahoma's Otoe-Missouria Tribe as its new director.
Capital City Weekly
Individual Artist Awards announced
With this award, he will purchase a loom and supplies to focus on weaving a Chilkat style robe.
SOBOBA: Artist shares culture through his work
Calm Waters will be a featured artist at the Heritage Keepers Art Show at the Dorothy Ramon Learning Center in Banning on June 1. In 1998, Calm Waters completed more than five years of military service and returned to the Soboba Reservation, where he spent time with tribal elders to reconnect with his language and the culture of his tribe.
Santa Fe Reporter
Fests for the Wicked
Some of the city's top art festivals might be well over the hill, but with an influx of fresh faces on the cultural scene [ Arts Valve, April 24: "New Kids on the Art Block" ] , don't relegate them to RainbowVision just yet.
Tulalip Tribes' cultural director lived for preservation
Hank Gobin lived to see his dream come true: the creation of a museum to serve as the focal point of local tribal history and culture.