February Community Tour – Artist Talk & Print Demo with Kanani Miyamoto
We launched our 2024 Community Tours Series with an artist talk by Kanani Miyamoto, show and tell style!
Kanani shared about the ideas and themes behind her work in more depth while demonstrating the hand-printing process of large-scale hand-carved relief blocks. Attendees learned about tools, materials, processes, and conceptual ties to Kanani’s immersive installations.
Native Arts and Cultures Foundation Announces Shyla Spicer as New President and CEO
Please join us in welcoming Shyla Spicer (Yakama) as the new President and CEO of the Native Arts & Cultures Foundation, succeeding Lulani Arquette (Native Hawaiian) after her remarkable 15-year tenure.
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Being a member is one of the best ways to help us advance our growing impact – supporting the power of art and storytelling, and investing in Native artists and culture bearers.
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We are forever grateful to the Native nations and tribes, foundations, nonprofits, businesses, and individuals who have so generously enabled the Native Arts and Cultures Foundation to provide the following assistance:
Total program support
Native artists and organizations
Different states and the District of Columbia
I was taught that our arts carry the spirit of the people. It is through art that we know ourselves. It’s through art into the world and it is through art cultures will be remembered.
– Joy Harjo (Mvskoke) NACF Board Chair & U.S. Poet Laureate