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Auntie Beachress and Karen in Mandaree July 2014

Frybread Contest Eastern Navajo FairToday at 3:00pm July 12, 2014 More Information about the Eastern Navajo Fair:http://navajopeople.org/blog/eastern-navajo-fair/

Frybread Contest Eastern Navajo Fair
Today at 3:00pm July 12, 2014 
More Information about the Eastern Navajo Fair:
http://navajopeople.org/blog/eastern-navajo-fair/

These supposedly belonged to Chief Red Cloud and are located at the Brooklyn Museum

Red Cloud Eagle
Medium: Eagle wing
Dates: early 1900s
Collections:Arts of the Americas
Museum Location: This item is not on view
Accession Number: 26.803.3
Credit Line: Robert B. Woodward Memorial Fund
Rights Statement: Creative Commons-BY
Caption: Red Cloud Eagle Wing, early 1900s. Eagle wing Brooklyn Museum, Robert B. Woodward Memorial Fund, 26.803.3. Creative Commons-BY
Image: group, CUR.26.803.2_26.803.3_view1.jpg. Brooklyn Museum photograph, 2006

These supposedly belonged to Chief Red Cloud and are located at the Brooklyn Museum

Red Cloud Eagle

  • Medium: Eagle wing
  • Dates: early 1900s
  • Collections:Arts of the Americas
  • Museum Location: This item is not on view
  • Accession Number: 26.803.3
  • Credit Line: Robert B. Woodward Memorial Fund
  • Rights Statement: Creative Commons-BY
  • Caption: Red Cloud Eagle Wing, early 1900s. Eagle wing Brooklyn Museum, Robert B. Woodward Memorial Fund, 26.803.3. Creative Commons-BY
  • Image: group, CUR.26.803.2_26.803.3_view1.jpg. Brooklyn Museum photograph, 2006
WNBA’s Shoni Schimmel with NBA Champion Tony Parker

WNBA’s Shoni Schimmel with NBA Champion Tony Parker

The Beadmaker, 2005
Marcus Amerman (Choctaw)

The Beadmaker, 2005

Marcus Amerman (Choctaw)

US Marine War Dancing at Iowa Tribe of Oklahoma Powwow 2014

Art spotlight: Paintings and prints by Dyani White Hawk
Into the Light
Opening Friday: Lakota quill-and-beadwork patterns, the distinctive shape of moccasin toes, the strong graphic lines of ledger paper, all these and other American Indian motifs echo in the meticulously executed paintings of Dyani White Hawk, whose oil painting “All That Glitters” is shown here. Originally from Madison, Wis., the Sicangu Lakota artist has been developing her career in both the Midwest and the Southwest, where she won awards at the prestigious Santa Fe Indian Art Market in 2011, 2012 and 2013. A recipient of a 2013-14 McKnight fellowship in visual arts, she also designed a 25th anniversary Pendleton blanket for the American Indian College Fund. The range and variety of her work in paintings, prints and textiles testify to a well-trained talent on the rise. Her new work is embellished with beads, ledger paper, gold leaf and other materials that amplify the rich history and traditions of American Indian art and design. Opening reception 6-9 p.m. Fri., Bockley Gallery, 2123 W. 21st St., Mpls. Free, Ends Aug. 2. 612-377-4669 or www.bockleygallery.com

Art spotlight: Paintings and prints by Dyani White Hawk

Into the Light

Opening Friday: Lakota quill-and-beadwork patterns, the distinctive shape of moccasin toes, the strong graphic lines of ledger paper, all these and other American Indian motifs echo in the meticulously executed paintings of Dyani White Hawk, whose oil painting “All That Glitters” is shown here. Originally from Madison, Wis., the Sicangu Lakota artist has been developing her career in both the Midwest and the Southwest, where she won awards at the prestigious Santa Fe Indian Art Market in 2011, 2012 and 2013. A recipient of a 2013-14 McKnight fellowship in visual arts, she also designed a 25th anniversary Pendleton blanket for the American Indian College Fund. The range and variety of her work in paintings, prints and textiles testify to a well-trained talent on the rise. Her new work is embellished with beads, ledger paper, gold leaf and other materials that amplify the rich history and traditions of American Indian art and design. Opening reception 6-9 p.m. Fri., Bockley Gallery, 2123 W. 21st St., Mpls. Free, Ends Aug. 2. 612-377-4669 or www.bockleygallery.com

Viago feat. Hurricanes - Poi E

World Cup 2014: Amazon tribe leader’s message