Native American Art Magazine 20
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A look at the Navajo poncho serape from its early beginnings through today.
Counting Coup: Fashion and the Field Museum
Apsáalooke fashion designer Bethany Yellowtail has a deep-rooted connection with her heritage.
The Story of American Indian Fashion History
A blending of time, culture and place are woven into the fibers of American Indian fashion history. By Crystal G. Herman
Who’s Who in Native Fashion
Exploring 24 of the top Native designers working in fashion today.
From transitional pieces to spring staples, kick off the season with these fresh picks.
20 Questions with Phillip Bread
Up-and-coming Indigenous model Phillip Bread talks style, SWAIA and his Comanche roots.
The Secret Garden
Patricia Michaels’ studio and fashion design are her sanctuary. By Alicia Inez Guzmán
Two Native designers are using cutting-edge fabrics and technologies to express their fashion-forward visions. By Karen Kramer
A fashion spread with clothing by leading Native designers, styled by Amber-Dawn Bear Robe.
Into the Wild
Jamie Okuma’s designs are highlighted.
In celebration of our first-ever Native fashion issue, we invited our readers to post their fiercest Native fashion moment on Instagram.
A buyer’s guide for clothing items and accessories with advice from experts.
Bright as the sun
New works in clay by Anita Fields will be on view at King Galleries in Santa Fe.
An upcoming exhibition at Blue Rain Gallery showcases the works of four generations of women
The evening event at Cowboys and Indians Antiques showcases handmade arts from three of the gallery’s 2019 featured artists.
Native Treasures Art Market in Santa Fe celebrates a milestone of 15 years running.
The Cherokee Heritage Center’s annual art show pays tribute to the past while looking towards the future.
The second Abbe Museum Indian Market welcomes 75 artists and performers representing more than 40 tribes.
Silver and Leather
A variety of historic and contemporary Native American materials was available at Brian Lebel’s Old West Show in Arizona.
A sense of beauty
A new exhibition at the Eiteljorg Museum explores the power of beauty in historic and contemporary Native American art.
Moments in History
Cowan’s Auctions presents prehistoric through contemporary material during its April 5 sale of American Indian and Western art.
Arts of the West
Leslie Hindman Auctioneers offers strong works in many mediums at its annual Arts of the American West sale in Denver.
Variety of Materials
Works in stone, bronze, paint and photography are available at the Scottsdale Art Auction on April 6 in Arizona.
A Solid Collection
Bonhams’ single-owner auction of Native American baskets achieves nearly $1 million.