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Accession number 2015.2
Call# E75 .N398 v.25(1) 2012
Summary "Native Peoples: Arts and Lifeways", Vol. 25 No. 1; January/February 2012


Pamyua Goes Circumpolar: New Rhythms for Ancient Sounds
This exciting band fuses audible imprints of the Alaskan Arctic with global world music beats to create a sound of its own.
By j poet.

Red/Black: Exploring Complex Native/African American Relations
This current exhibit at the Eiteljorg Museum tackles a rarely visited topic, providing insights into the unique relationship between African Americans and Native Americans.
By Julianna Thibodeaux.

Golf Opens Doors for Notah Begay
Golfer Notah Begay relies on his Native heritage and top-notch education to carry him from his roots as a worldcaliber golfer to successful businessman and nonprofit leader.
By Daniel Gibson.

Weaving Isn’t Work for Alberta Henderson
Meet the Navajo weaver who won the inaugural Helen Kersting Award at the 2010 Eiteljorg Museum Indian Market & Festival. Plus details on the 2011 Eiteljorg Market & Festival.
By Gussie Fauntleroy.


On The Wind
Musician Robbie Robertson (Mohawk) releases his latest CD; radio host Jay Nightwolf talks on. Plus other important news.
By Daniel Gibson.

Flautist and composer Brent Michaels Davids (Mohican) leads a concert tour in Minnesota. Plus details on other special events nationwide.
By Daniel Gibson.

Explore the incredible American Indian art collection—and the home built especially for it—of Mike and Juanita Eagle in the San Diego area.
By John villani.
Photos by Justin Galloway.

Indian Country is going green, as in golf courses. A look at 10 of the nation’s top links, plus details on another 25. By Jason Booth
(Turtle Mountain Chippewa).

Sherman Indian High School in Riverside, California has a rich and fascinating history spanning eras from cultural oppression to encouragement of Native expression.
By Colleen Fliedner.

We visit the impressive Museum of Man in San Diego. Also, notes on other museum exhibitions coast to coast.
By Wendy Weston (Diné).

Advertiser and Web Site Indexes

Oklahoma Native Art and Jewelry in Oklahoma City presents a slice of the Southwest in the Heartland. Plus brief looks at other Native-oriented galleries.
By Russ Tall Chief (Osage).

Moving Images
Our fi lm critic reviews Walking into the Unknown, a feature-length documentary about Indian health services, and the short doc Bares, Broncs and Bulls.
By David Iglesias (Kuna).

We evaluate a rare Fritz Scholder bolo and an Alice Cling pitch pot.
By Christy vezolles (Shawnee).

Object Name journal
Title Native Peoples: Arts and Lifeways, Vol. 25 No. 1; January/February 2012
Published Date January/February 2012
Physical Description 8 x 11 inch softcover, 64 pp.; color images
Catalog Number 2015.2.614
Imagefile 094\20152614.JPG
LCNO E75 .N398 v.25(1) 2012
Published Place Phoenix
Publisher Native Peoples