Any documented & notable presentations, panels, conferences, etc. that NACF staff speak at to further understanding & awareness of Native arts and cultures.
Advocacy and Education
Celebrating our Indigenous Women Artists during Women’s History Month
During National Women’s History Month, please join us in honoring our community of Native Arts and Cultures Foundation women artists and culture bearers.
Join the 2018 Revolution of Values!
We call on artists, creative organizers, concerned citizens, and all community members to join together from April 2-8, 2018, to draw inspiration from and breathe new life into the prophetic words of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
Can You Name #5WomenArtists?
Can you name five women artists? Many people can’t. If you can, it probably takes you much longer to think of five female artists than five male artists. Now, try to name five women artists of color. Join us in the #5WomenArtists campaign.
Save the NEA
Restitution and Healing
2017 Year In Review Report Now Available
To change the world, we have to change the story. #PSOTU2018
Native Art Now! Documentary Offers Insights into Contemporary Native Arts
Advocating for Native Arts on a National Stage
#HonorNativeLand – A guide to respectfully acknowledge ancestral lands
In countries such as New Zealand, Australia, Canada, and among tribal nations in the U.S., it is commonplace, even policy, to open events and gatherings by acknowledging the traditional Indigenous inhabitants of that land. While some individuals and cultural and educational institutions in the United States have adopted this custom, the vast majority have not. Together, we can spark a movement to change that.
Evaluating Community Arts-Based Projects – A Native Arts and Cultures Perspective
Arts, Politics, Spirit: Braided Activism for Culture Shift
Advocacy: Arts, Social Change, and Impact
Grantmakers for Effective Organizations highlights NACF: “Smarter Grantmaking in Action”
NACF Addresses Social Change, Art, and Evaluation
Arts & Cultural Equity: Current Examples & Relevant Strategies
Creating Change through Arts, Culture, and Equitable Development
Take Action April 4th – #Revolution Of Values
The Native Arts and Cultures Foundation is proud to be a partner in #RevolutionOfValues, a day of creative action on April 4th, 2017, the 50th anniversary of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.’s powerful speech “Beyond Vietnam: A Time to Break Silence.”
Fifty years later, to walk in his footsteps, to give voice once again to his powerful words, and to kick off a year of efforts by many organizations around the U.S. to remind people of Dr. King’s real message and unfinished work, the U.S. Department of Arts and Culture, the Native Arts and Cultures Foundation, and partners are sponsoring #RevolutionOfValues.