As an artist, Lani Hotch continually focuses her work and ambitions on the resurgence of traditional arts in her community.
Delina White is devoted to Anishinaabe Inendamowin (thought/ways of thinking) and keeps her Anishinaabe woodland designs and history alive through her artwork.
Navajo weaving has been passed for generations in TahNibaa Naataanii’s family along with songs or stories that come along with each woven piece.
Maggie Thompson’s fiber art is relevant as the work draws upon our human emotions and is the core for the narratives that can be found in her textile designs.
Clarissa Rizal nurtures her creative vision by incorporating a deeply rooted daily spiritual practice in her traditional Tlingit button blanket robes, Chilkat robes, Ravenstail robes and weavings.
Teri Rofkar is an internationally renowned artist of the Tlingit Tribe of Alaska, known for exquisite weaving.
Lisa Telford is a weaver who creates contemporary garments, shoes and other objects using Northwest Coast style weaving techniques. Her work serves as a commentary on Native identity, stereotypes and fashion.