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:::The Textiles Issue::: Yeibichai Weavings Featuring Women Dancers: A look at the origins and early historical development of these secular Navajo weavingsand their ceremonial themes. • It’s A Mystery: A 140- to 150-year-old Navajo transitional blanket may have been intentionally woven to formsacred symbols when folded in certain ways. Or perhaps it’s simply a nice weaving. • The Finer Things: Crafted for special ceremonies among the Diné people, dress panels are more than works of art, they’re a lasting part of material culture. • Tradition and Trade: An exhibition at the Abby Aldrich Rockefeller Folk Art Museum showcases the evolution of Navajo pictorial blankets. • Regional Authenticity: Trading posts across the Southwest preserve the history and regional traditions of Native textile art. • Still Standing Strong: A major project by Apsáalooke photographer Adam Sings In The Timber honors the strength and beauty of Apsáalooke women. • Weaving A Story: A buyer’s guide for textiles with advice from experts. • Stewardship: Don and Liza Siegel, who have donated many works in their collection to the new Field Museum exhibition, celebrate Indigenous American culture through the connections shared with their Native friends. • Native America Art Magazine, helping you find your way around upcoming historic and contemporary Native American art shows, auctions and events

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