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Visual Art
Terran Last Gun (b. 1989) is a Piikani (Blackfeet) citizen and visual artist, who works mainly with serigraphy to produce fine original prints. Other mediums he has used include painting and photography. The interplay between color and form have been...
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Nelson Alburquenque is a multi-media artist and songwriter, working towards earning a bachelor fine arts degree in creative writing. By attending the Institute of American Indian Arts, Alburquenque hopes to bring his illustrative and musical story series, Legends of the...
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Erik Sanchez (Shoalwater Bay / Chinook / Apache) is a Santa Fe based filmmaker creating Indigenous narratives using comedy and magical realism to comment on contemporary society and the landscape around himself. Sanchez uses satire to correct Native American archetypes...
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Paige Busick is a Chickasaw artist from Oklahoma. She primarily makes oil paintings with vibrant, saturated palettes. Her artwork often features portraiture and figurative elements; she is inspired by personal experiences and struggles with mental health. She is currently a...
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Celina Hokeah is from Ohkay Owingeh, NM. She describes herself as a mother of words and a lover of the land. She has poetry publications in Red Inc. Magazine, numerous publications in Trickster Literary Journal. She was a finalist for...
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Nika Feldman is an Indigenous Liberal Studies major at IAIA, graduating with the class of 2021. As a mature student, Feldman already holds a BFA with an Interdisciplinary major in Studio Arts and a minor in Art History. Additionally, she...
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Mollyanna Sabori is from Fort Hall, ID an enrolled member at the Shoshone Bannock Tribes. She is an online gamer and streamer which influences in her artistic subject matter and allows her the opportunity to provide freelance and commissioned artwork...
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Delaney Keshena is an enrolled citizen of the Menominee Nation based in Santa Fe, New Mexico. They’re pursuing a BFA from the Institute of American Indian Arts, focusing their studies in poetry and ceramics.
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Yá’át’ééh shí éí Jacquelyn Yepa yinishyé. Hello my name is Jacquelyn Yepa, I am a twenty-year-old Indigenous woman from the Navajo(Diné) and Jemez(Walatowa) tribes. I was born in Albuquerque, New Mexico and I am currently attending the Institute of American...
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