January 14, 2015 Community HappeningsSitka Daily SentinelThe Friends of Sheldon Jackson Museum is seeking Alaska Native art donations for the annual silent auction, the proceeds of which will go to the support of the 2015 Native Artist Residency Program. The auction will be held 5:30 p.m. Saturday, Jan.
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Thieves break through wallSooke News MirrorThere's the collection of knives, boxes, First Nations art and almost every collectible in-between. He opened Tale of the Whale to showcase and sell his collections and for the most part it's been a really fun venture.
Ruby Creek Art Gallery hopes surveillance footage will help recover carvingsCBC.caThe Ruby Creek Art Gallery in Aggasiz, B.C. is hoping surveillance footage will help recover two large salmon carvings stolen early Tuesday morning.
Greater Tulsa Indian Art FestivalKRMGThe Great Tulsa Indian Art's Festival will be held at the Glenpool Conference Center, February 13th – 15th. The Festival is a national premier juried art show showcasing Native art, cuisine and entertainment. Daily admission is $8.00.