The San Antonio Museum of Art announced its acquisition of two extensive collections focused on the art of the Americas before 1500.
Natalie Ball, who is Black, Modoc, and Klamath, lives and works in her ancestral homelands in Southern Oregon and Northern California.
The Saint Louis Art Museum has received a promised gift of 100 works from the William P. Healey Collection of Native American Art.
Rose B. Simpson’s “Skeena” is a solo show of new sculptures which demonstrate the artist’s uncanny ability to animate the inanimate.
Five groundbreaking Native artists from the U.S. and Canada were chosen for the 2023 Eiteljorg Contemporary Art Fellowship.
Watching Ken Burn’s latest documentary “The American Buffalo,” I return to bison in Native American art and America as death cult.
Cannupa Hanska Luger takes his inspiration for the forthcoming exhibition “Speechless” from the historical phenomenon known as cargo cults.
The Columbus Museum of Art exhibition showcases Sarah Rosalena merging Indigenous craft traditions with new media.
The Block Museum of Art presents the most comprehensive showing of the Rosalie Favell Indigenous portrait series in the U.S.
Molly Murphy Adams (descendant, Oglala/Lakota) explores Indigenous beadwork historically, philosophically, and visually.
The Smithsonian American Art Museum reopens its modern and contemporary galleries September 22, 2023, with a new installation of its permanent collection.