All posts tagged: Native American Heritage Month

ARTSCENE NEWSLETTER: WHERE TO SEE NATIVE AMERICAN ART PT. 3 & PULSE MIAMI 2014

November 26, 2014 Good Afternoon! Last Artscene Newsletter for the year 2014. Part 3 of Where To See Native American Art and Miami Pulse 2014 is here. Read on……   WHERE TO SEE AMERICAN INDIAN ART  Mid-American All-Indian Center – Wichita, KS Millicent Rogers Museum – Taos, NM Museum of the Cherokee Indian – Cherokee, NC Museum of Indian Arts & Culture – Santa Fe, NM Mitchell Museum of the American Indian – Kendal College, Evanston, IL Mt. Kearsarge Indian Museum – Warner, NH National Museum of the American Indian – Washington, DC Red Earth Museum – Oklahoma City, OK Sherman Indian Museum – Riverside, CA The Sioux Indian Museum – Rapid City, SD Southwest Museum of the American Indian – Los Angeles, CA Wheelwright Museum of the American Indian – Santa Fe, NM Yakama Nation Cultural Heritage Center – Yakima, WA Galleries Specializing in Native American Art All My Relations Gallery – Minneapolis, MN Arctic Raven Gallery – Friday Harbor, WA Blue Rain Gallery – Taos, NM David Cook Fine American Art – Denver, …

AT THE MUSEUM: RED EARTH MUSEUM

November 21, 2014 Hello and Happy Friday! Most of you thought that today wasn’t coming, but here we are. We’re going to Oklahoma City to visit the Red Earth Museum. RED EARTH MUSEUM From the website: Red Earth, Inc. promotes the rich traditions of American Indian arts and cultures through education, a premier festival, a museum and fine art markets. History Red Earth, Inc. began in 1978 with the establishment of the Center of the American Indian, a museum dedicated to showcasing Native American arts. In 1987, a group of influential community and tribal leaders founded the Red Earth American Indian Cultural Festival to showcase Native American dance and art. The two groups merged in 1992 to create Red Earth, Inc., which is now one of the most respected organizations of its type in the United States. Red Earth hosts a wide collection of more than 1,400 Native American fine art, pottery, basketry, textiles, and bead work. They also feature acclaimed traveling exhibitions.   The 29th Annual Red Earth Native Cultural Festival will be held June 5-7, 2015 …

ARTSCENE NEWSLETTER: WHERE TO SEE NATIVE AMERICAN ART WORK PT. 2 & ABI WORKSHOP

November 19, 2014 Hello, hello. We are still celebrating Native American Heritage month and I have part two of where you can see Native American art in the US. I almost forgot! Arts Business Institute has a workshop coming to Washington D.C. Hopefully those interested can still register. List of Museums & Galleries Artworks Gallery – Park City Utah Abbe Museum – Bar Harbor, ME Agua Caliente Cultural Museum – Palm Springs, CA Akta Lakota Museum & Cultural Center – Chamberlain, SD The Burke Museum – Seattle, WA Eiteljorg Museum of American Indians and Western Art – Indianapolis, IN Five Civilized Tribes Museum – Muskogee, OK George Gustav Heye Center – National Museum of the American Indian, New York, NY Gilcrease Museum – Tulsa, OK Heard Museum – Phoenix, AZ Indian Museum of North America – Crazy Horse, SD Indian Pueblo Cultural Center – Albuquerque, NM Institute of American Indian Arts – Santa Fe, NM Koshare Indian Museum – La Junta, CO   Washington, DC Winter Workshop Held at the American Made Show Walter E. Washington Convention Center …

ARTSCENE NEWSLETTER: WHERE TO SEE NATIVE AMERICAN ART

November 15, 2014 Hello and Good Morning. Saturday has come with gusto. This is, I should say part one of Where to Find Native American Art and we’re scouring across the US. Oregon History Museum: home to a vast array of Native American basketry, beadwork and carvings. Portland Art Museum: traditional carving, basketry, paintings, and sculpture from the Northwest tribes. Throughout the year the American Art Council hosts lectures and public displays by local and regional artists.  In the Pearl District of Portland, Ouintana Galleries has indigenous arts and artifacts you can check out. Oklahoma City has the Red Earth Museum, which features traditional and contemporary Indian painting, carving, pottery, and artifacts. There is free admission, educational programs to teach students the cultural diversity and the city histories of American tribes and serves as a resource center. Return back Wednesday to find more Indian American art. Have a wonderful weekend, and always be blessed! featured image courtesy of wall.alphacoders.com  

SPOTLIGHT ARTISTS: NATIVE AMERICAN ARTISTS

November 10, 2014 Hello and good morning! Monday has come back around….(blah), but let’s focus not one but several spotlight artists as we celebrate Native American Heritage Month. Harvey Pratt Elsie Allen Anthony Durand Richard Aitson Judith Lowry Sharron Ahtone Harjo   Edmonia Lewis Richard Ray Whitman Bob Haozous Linda Lomahaftewa Amanda Crowe Marcus Amerman I hope you like these talented works of art by these artists. It’s a great way to celebrate the heritage of being Native American, from Apache, Choctaw, Hopi to Cherokee. All nations! Enjoy your Monday and be blessed. featured image courtesy of Winter Awakening of the O-Khoo-Wak by Helen Hardin. Image credit: Helen Hardin (U.S., Santa Clara, 1943-1984) Winter Awakening of the O-Khoo-Wah, 1972 Acrylic on board, 14 3/4 x 29 1/2 in. Read more:The Gilmer Mirror – University of Oklahoma Announces Fall Celebration of James T Bialac Native American Art Collection photos courtesy of en.wikipedia.org (*), article.wn.com, tobatucker.com, nativeartscollective.com (**), ahtoneharjo.blogspot.com, http://www.biography.com, http://www.wcu.edu, and inland360.com * two photos from wikipedia ** four photos from native arts collective

EDITOR’S DESK NOVEMBER 2014

November 1, 2014 Volume 2 / Number 11 featured image courtesy of becuo.com I have to say that November is one of my favorite months. From where I am, the weather has become quite cold really quickly. I’m mean bundle up cold! November is Native American Heritage Month. There will be a few Spotlight Artists, along with Native American art of all forms. You’ll get to see a few museums that are dedicated to Native American art. I’m sure there are few or maybe more of you, including myself that have some Native American running in your veins. The competition from deviantART, What Does Your Art Journey Look like will end on Wednesday, November 5. I will have it posted, but as I’ve stated before, this is the last time you’ll see it! Lastly I will be make an announcement in a few weeks. Nothing to fret about, I assure you, Esquisses ain’t going nowhere! Thanksgiving is at hand!