TahNibaa Naataanii is revitalizing Navajo weaving and strengthening community through practicing and sharing ancestral ways of weaving and pastoral lifeway processes.
2020 Mentor Artist Fellowship
A self-taught traditional basket weaver, April Stone has been researching, practicing, and teaching the endangered art of Black-Ash weaving for over two decades.
Sculptor Cliff Fragua is dedicated to advancing and perpetuating Jemez Pueblo traditions, values, arts and culture through his carvings and teachings.
Nathan P Jackson
Nathan P. Jackson is a highly-regarded artist and culture bearer within the Tlingit community and well beyond.
Gerald Clarke Jr.
Gerald Clarke Jr. expresses his Cahuilla perspective as a twenty-first century citizen of the world embracing the passion, pain, and reverence he feels as a contemporary Cahuilla person.
Jackie Larson Bread
Jackie Larson Bread began beading at a young age, influenced first by her grandmother’s work, and then later incorporated the artistic skills she developed over the years into the intricate, pictorial-style beadwork she creates today.
Earl Atchak is a traditional practitioner and an accomplished artist, who utilizes wood, ivory and other natural materials in his carvings, sculptures, and jewelry.
Brenda Mallory is a contemporary mixed-media artist who creates prints, sculptures, installations and other artistic forms from materials which she often deconstructs in order to put them back together again.
Joe Feddersen is a sculptor, painter, photographer and mixed-media artist known for creating artworks that reflect the landscape and his cultural heritage.
Nani Chacon is a painter, muralist and educator who focuses on community-engaged work in the public art sector.