Weaving History into Art
The legacy of Cherokee artist Shan Goshorn is honored during an exhibition at the Gilcrease Museum.
Briscoe Western Art Museum hosts a traveling exhibition dedicated to contemporary Chickasaw artwork through January 18.
Through the Kaleidoscope
The beauty of color and design are on full display in the exhibition Through the Kaleidoscope at Exhibit C Native Gallery & Gifts in Oklahoma City.
A new Native American-owned art gallery is set to open near the end of the year in Buffalo, New York, in the middle of the Allentown historic district.
Keeping Art Alive
Galleries and dealers come together to bring World Tribal and Native American Art to homes through a virtual event.
Every year near the holiday season, Adobe Gallery in Santa Fe, New Mexico, holds its Native American Nacimientos exhibition.
Cherokee Art Market welcomes collectors from all over the globe to its website for a virtual event from December 7 to 21.
Larger Than Memory
The Heard Museum presents a large collection of contemporary art from Indigenous North America.
Navajo jeweler Boyd Tsosie brings his life and culture into his art.
On view now at King Galleries in Santa Fe, New Mexico, is Charging Forward, a new two-artist show featuring the pottery of Kaa Folwell and the paintings of Derek No-Sun Brown.
Reflection and Connection
SANTA FE, NM Blue Rain Gallery in Santa Fe’s Railyard Arts District holds its Annual Celebration of Native American Art during Native Art Week with a stellar group of artists including Dan Friday, Starr Hardridge, Chris Pappan, Maria Samora, Jody Naranjo, Lisa Holt and Harlan Reano, Hyrum Joe, Thomas Breeze Marcus, Avis Charley and Shonto Begay. A variety of media like glass sculpture, painting, ceramics and jewelry will be on display for collectors to explore.
Sanctuary Tony Abeyta (Navajo)
SANTA FE, NM Tony Abeyta keeps a frantic pace.
Our Next Guest Needs No Introduction
The School for Advanced Research cultivates casual conversation and in-depth discussion through a series of live artist talks on Instagram.
A new arts and culture initiative created by Mark Bahti of Bahti Indian Arts extends the Santa Fe summer season into fall.
Figural design motifs give expression to Zuni inlay jewelry.
Dealers of historic Native American and tribal art gather in Santa Fe, New Mexico, this August for an art walk and sale.
Full of joy
Kathleen Wall (Jemez)
Igniting the art scene with contemporary Native art.
In response to current health restrictions, King Galleries is hosting a virtual event titled Bigger, Better, Online and Virtual. In past years, the gallery had a two-day event for their many talented Pueblo potters, and kicked off right before the Santa Fe Indian Market. In an effort to stay motivated and positive, King Galleries has extended the event to one week from August 11 to August 18, displaying traditional and contemporary work from artists such as Les Namingha, Jeremey Frey, Robert Patricio, Russell Sanchez, Tammy Garcia and Jennifer Tafoya.
A Glittering Celebration
On August 12, Manitou Galleries will celebrate Native American jewelery with the group exhibition Celebration of Indian Arts.
The Eiteljorg Museum spotlights contemporary women artists in one of a number of exhibitions planned this year honoring women.
Stitched in Sovereignty
An exhibition of contemporary art at Couse-Sharp Historic Site spotlights the ways in which Indigenous peoples maintain their identities, culture and artistic expression.
We Ask Leading Museum Curators About What's Going On In Their World
Cowan’s online American Indian Art Auction on April 10 sees 92 percent of lots sold.
Susan Folwell gathers and processes clay for her pots and fires them as her family has for generations.
GEORGE RIVERA (Pojoaque)
From Grandmothers to Daughters to Granddaughters
The Couse Collection of Native Beadwork
The revered art form of beadwork is woven deep into the history and culture of the Crow people.
A Valuable Commodity
The introduction of glass trade beads in Native North America made way for new horizons in bead-making.
Beauty in Originality
Collectors can explore stunning examples of historic Haudenosaunee bags during an online exhibition at John Molloy Gallery.