Frank Buffalo Hyde battles stereotypes with a more inclusive vision of what painting should be.
Category - Art NM
Eveli Sabatie was road-tripping from San Francisco when master jeweler Charles Loloma took her on as an apprentice. Together they would reimagine what Southwestern jewelry could be.
Before Lloyd Kiva New co-founded the Institute of American Indian Arts in 1962, his collections put Native fashion design on the map. Three centennial exhibitions celebrate—and expose new facets of— his dynamic legacy.
Learn to assemble earrings, handbuild pottery, take better cell-phone photos, design T-shirts, and compose collages at these DIY workshops led by modern masters.
Four Native artists—two stars, two upstarts—talk about making genre-busting 21st-century art that keeps it real on the home front while making global crosscultural connections.