Native Art In the News
Art Exhibits: Oct. 9 to 16Ottawa CitizenGoodbye blue monday by Stanzie Tooth is one of the works being shown at Surfacing II group exhibition at Studio Sixty-Six from October 9 to November 16. Share Adjust Comment Print. NEW THIS WEEK: Surfacing II: group exhibition, opening Oct.
Igbo, Ainu Cultures...lessons in Resilience of Native ArtThe GuardianTO support the opinion of many that colonial rule has contributed to the decline in African cultural and traditional values, Prof Krydz Ikwuemesi has used the art of two cultures that are in distant geographical location and racial identity.
Conservationists Preserve Bacone's Native Art, Artifacts and ArchivesIndian Country Today Media NetworkUniversity of Oklahoma student Rissa Fisher, left, and Sam Noble Museum Curator Stephanie Allen clean a delicate woven basket at Bacone College's Ataloa Lodge Museum dur
Hancock County native's art featured on national magazine coverWGEMA Hancock County native's art is featured on the cover of a national magazine this month. Ryan Kirby, formerly of Hamilton, painted a picture of a while-tailed deer that's on the cover of the October issue of Outdoor Life.
Making tribal art look realistic in Kauffman GalleryThe Slate OnlineThe Kauffman Art Gallery, located in The Huber Art Center here on campus, hosts up to nine or more art exhibitions a year. The artists range from nationally known artists to artists right here in Shippensburg.