First American Art Magazine

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First American Art Magazine is a new magazine dedicated solely to the arts of Indigenous peoples of the Americas and is written by Native American authors, artists, and critics.

Issue 0 marks the introductory pilot issue launched in April 2013. This volume includes the following feature articles: "More Than Just a Trend: Rethinking the 'Native' in Native Fashion," by Dr. Jessica Metcalfe (Turtle Mountain Chippewa); "Northern Lights: Greenlandic Art in the 21st Century," by America Meredith (Cherokee Nation); "Something Imperialistic Happened on the Way to the Louvre: Delegation Amérindienne 2012, An Artist's Perspective," by Roy Boney, Jr. (Cherokee Nation). Issue 0 also features Exhibit Reviews, Book Reviews, and Artist Profiles on Orlando Dugi (Navajo), Anita Fields (Osage-Muscogee Creek), Tom Jones (Ho-Chunk), and Erin Shaw (Chickasaw–Choctaw).

Issue 1, launched in August 2013, features articles about Cultural Heritage, Art and Living Beings: Justice Lost in Translation; First Nations and Alaska Native Artists Experiences Exhibiting in the Southwest; The Revival of Southeastern Woodland Beadwork; Cultural sensitivity and sacred objects. Issue 1 also features Exhibit Reviews, Book Reviews, and Artist Profiles on Nani Chacon (Diné-Xicana), Shan Goshorn (Eastern Band Cherokee), Dylan Miner (Métis), and Kenneth Williams (Northern Arapaho-Seneca).

Issue 2 launched January 2014 and features Ben Aleck (Paiute), draftsman, painter, and cultural historian; Radmilla Cody (Navajo), singer and anti-domestic violence activist; Carla Hemlock (Mohawk), quiltmaker; Da-ka-xeen Mehner (Tlingit-Nisga'a), photographer, digital and installation artist, sculptor.

Issue 3, launched April 2014, has interviews with Sonny Assu (Ligwilda'xw), interdisciplinary artist; Biskakone Greg Johnson (Lac du Flambeau Chippewa), interdisciplinary artist; Ardina Moore (Quapaw-Osage), regalia maker; Matika Wilbur (Swinomish-Tulalip), photographer. Features articles cover the Indigenous Narratives Collective, all-Native comic book artists and writers; Wixáritari Yarn Painting (also known as Huichol); The Bacone College Native Art Program, 1932–2014; and Totem Poles from Southeastern Alaska. Departments includes news, art show reviews, book reviews, graphic design column featuring Ryan Red Corn, memorial, and prose by Bob Haozous (Chiricahua Apache).

Issue 4 features articles on Cahuilla Basketry, Jagua Body Art, James Luna's Archive at IAIA, and artist profiles on Pilar Agoyo, Ohkay Owingeh-Cochiti-Kewa Pueblo Fashion Design, Troy Jackson, Cherokee Nation ceramic sculptor, Melissa Melero, Northern Paiute-Modoc mixed media artist, Kevin Pourier, Oglala Lakota buffalo horn carver and jeweler.

Issue 5 features articles on Mapuche Silver Jewelry, Fish-Skin Sewing in Alaska, Ohio's Ancient Earthworks, The Plains Indians: Artists of Earth and Sky, and artist profiles on Jessica Clark, Lumbee painter, Joe Feddersen, Okanagan-Sinixt, interdisciplinary artist, Larry McNeil, Tlingit photographer, and Wendy Red Star, Crow interdisciplinary artist.

Issue 6 features articles on Grupo Sotz'il, Maya Theater, Guatemala; Storming Canada: Carl Ray; Art of the Tarahumara; The History of Hoop Dancing; and artist profiles on Judith Lowry, Maidu-Pit River-Washoe painter; Nadia Myre, Algonquin interdisciplinary artist; Alex J. Pena, Comanche-Pawnee-San Ildefonso printmaker; and Troy Sice, Zuni carver.

Issue 7 features articles on Catawba Pottery, Tribal Canoe Journeys, Solar Map Project in Paraguay, and Walking With Our Sisters, and artist profiles of Keri Ataumbi, Kiowa-Comanche jeweler and painter; Nilda Callañaupa Alvarez, Quechua textile artist; Nicholas Galanin, Tlingit-Unangax interdisciplinary artist; and Inuk Silis Høegh, Kalaaleq filmmaker and interdisciplinary artist.

Issue 8 features articles on Native artists at the Venice Biennale, First Nations video art; Great Plains pictorial art; Zapotec Day of the Dead, and artist profiles of Christine McHorse, Navajo ceramic sculptor; Jackie Larson Bread, Blackfeet beadwork artist; Brent Greenwood, Chickasaw-Ponca painter; Joy Harjo-Sapulpa, Muscogee-Cherokee poet and musician; and Bobby Martin C. Martin, Muscogee Creek printmaker.

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First American Art Magazine is a new magazine dedicated solely to the arts of Indigenous peoples of the Americas and is written by Native American authors, artists, and critics.

Issue 0 marks the introductory pilot issue launched in April 2013. This volume includes the following feature articles: "More Than Just a Trend: Rethinking the 'Native' in Native Fashion," by Dr. Jessica Metcalfe (Turtle Mountain Chippewa); "Northern Lights: Greenlandic Art in the 21st Century," by America Meredith (Cherokee Nation); "Something Imperialistic Happened on the Way to the Louvre: Delegation Amérindienne 2012, An Artist's Perspective," by Roy Boney, Jr. (Cherokee Nation). Issue 0 also features Exhibit Reviews, Book Reviews, and Artist Profiles on Orlando Dugi (Navajo), Anita Fields (Osage-Muscogee Creek), Tom Jones (Ho-Chunk), and Erin Shaw (Chickasaw–Choctaw).

Issue 1, launched in August 2013, features articles about Cultural Heritage, Art and Living Beings: Justice Lost in Translation; First Nations and Alaska Native Artists Experiences Exhibiting in the Southwest; The Revival of Southeastern Woodland Beadwork; Cultural sensitivity and sacred objects. Issue 1 also features Exhibit Reviews, Book Reviews, and Artist Profiles on Nani Chacon (Diné-Xicana), Shan Goshorn (Eastern Band Cherokee), Dylan Miner (Métis), and Kenneth Williams (Northern Arapaho-Seneca).

Issue 2 launched January 2014 and features Ben Aleck (Paiute), draftsman, painter, and cultural historian; Radmilla Cody (Navajo), singer and anti-domestic violence activist; Carla Hemlock (Mohawk), quiltmaker; Da-ka-xeen Mehner (Tlingit-Nisga'a), photographer, digital and installation artist, sculptor.

Issue 3, launched April 2014, has interviews with Sonny Assu (Ligwilda'xw), interdisciplinary artist; Biskakone Greg Johnson (Lac du Flambeau Chippewa), interdisciplinary artist; Ardina Moore (Quapaw-Osage), regalia maker; Matika Wilbur (Swinomish-Tulalip), photographer. Features articles cover the Indigenous Narratives Collective, all-Native comic book artists and writers; Wixáritari Yarn Painting (also known as Huichol); The Bacone College Native Art Program, 1932–2014; and Totem Poles from Southeastern Alaska. Departments includes news, art show reviews, book reviews, graphic design column featuring Ryan Red Corn, memorial, and prose by Bob Haozous (Chiricahua Apache).

Issue 4 features articles on Cahuilla Basketry, Jagua Body Art, James Luna's Archive at IAIA, and artist profiles on Pilar Agoyo, Ohkay Owingeh-Cochiti-Kewa Pueblo Fashion Design, Troy Jackson, Cherokee Nation ceramic sculptor, Melissa Melero, Northern Paiute-Modoc mixed media artist, Kevin Pourier, Oglala Lakota buffalo horn carver and jeweler.

Issue 5 features articles on Mapuche Silver Jewelry, Fish-Skin Sewing in Alaska, Ohio's Ancient Earthworks, The Plains Indians: Artists of Earth and Sky, and artist profiles on Jessica Clark, Lumbee painter, Joe Feddersen, Okanagan-Sinixt, interdisciplinary artist, Larry McNeil, Tlingit photographer, and Wendy Red Star, Crow interdisciplinary artist.

Issue 6 features articles on Grupo Sotz'il, Maya Theater, Guatemala; Storming Canada: Carl Ray; Art of the Tarahumara; The History of Hoop Dancing; and artist profiles on Judith Lowry, Maidu-Pit River-Washoe painter; Nadia Myre, Algonquin interdisciplinary artist; Alex J. Pena, Comanche-Pawnee-San Ildefonso printmaker; and Troy Sice, Zuni carver.

Issue 7 features articles on Catawba Pottery, Tribal Canoe Journeys, Solar Map Project in Paraguay, and Walking With Our Sisters, and artist profiles of Keri Ataumbi, Kiowa-Comanche jeweler and painter; Nilda Callañaupa Alvarez, Quechua textile artist; Nicholas Galanin, Tlingit-Unangax interdisciplinary artist; and Inuk Silis Høegh, Kalaaleq filmmaker and interdisciplinary artist.

Issue 8 features articles on Native artists at the Venice Biennale, First Nations video art; Great Plains pictorial art; Zapotec Day of the Dead, and artist profiles of Christine McHorse, Navajo ceramic sculptor; Jackie Larson Bread, Blackfeet beadwork artist; Brent Greenwood, Chickasaw-Ponca painter; Joy Harjo-Sapulpa, Muscogee-Cherokee poet and musician; and Bobby Martin C. Martin, Muscogee Creek printmaker.

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