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Native Arts and Cultures Foundation

April 2015

More Than A Link to the Past

Warrior Shades by Kevin Pourier (Lakota), on view at The Metropolitan Museum of Art until May 10.

Art by Kevin Pourier (Oglala Lakota, 2014 NACF Regional Artist Fellow) is now on view at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in a landmark exhibit that made its way from Paris to New York City via Kansas City.

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Call for Artists

2015 NACF Regional Artist Fellowships


8 a.m. Monday June 15 at

To support the creation of new works, the Native Arts and Cultures Foundation seeks to recognize American Indian artists in the fields of Visual Arts or Traditional Arts who live in Minnesota, Wisconsin, North Dakota or South Dakota and who are enrolled members of Native Nations located in those four states.

Earlier this week, the foundation presented information about the fellowship in Fargo, N.D., at the Plains Museum. Details of upcoming artist presentations will be announced by NACF on Facebook and Twitter.

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Trusting Your Instincts

Medicine Rock Child by NACF Program Associate Wendy Red Star (Crow).
As a guest lecturer selected by students to participate in the Paul Brach Visiting Artist Lecture Series at the California Institute of the Arts, NACF Program Associate Wendy Red Star (Crow) made studio visits and offered a motivational message to CalArts students this Spring.
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Foundation News

The foundation welcomes Brian Patterson (Oneida), United Southern and Eastern Tribes President, to the Board of Directors and Francene Blythe (Navajo/Sisseton-Wahpeton/Eastern Band Cherokee) as the new Director of Programs!
The Native Arts and Cultures Foundation is proud to support Native artists and culture bearers across the nation to create, inspire and engage. Art is life! Join us today by donating, and visit our website to learn more:

Native Arts and Cultures Foundation
400 E. Evergreen Blvd. #102
Vancouver, WA 98660

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