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The Larger Voice: Celebrating Native Arts and Cultures Foundation Literature Fellows

NACF Publishes Literary Anthology

We are excited to announce the release of The Larger Voice: Celebrating the Work of Native Arts and Cultures Foundation Literature Fellows. This is the first publication by NACF that…
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NACF Announces 2022 LIFT Program Awardees

PORTLAND, Oregon, September 8, 2022 – The Native Arts and Cultures Foundation (NACF) is pleased to announce the new 2022 LIFT – Early Career Support for Native Artists program awardees.…
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NACF Statement

The Native Arts and Cultures Foundation’s focus is to help strengthen Native communities and promote positive social change through our arts partnerships and cultural work. We are guided by our…
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Partnering to Keep Artists Engaged and Connected

The Native Arts and Cultures Foundation (NACF) recently launched a series of virtual, interactive professional-development sessions geared towards NACF’s 2020 Mentor Artist Fellows and their apprentices to help deepen their…
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The Black-Indigenous/Afro-Indigenous Experience

PANEL DISCUSSION – watch below! The Native Arts and Cultures Foundation (NACF) is celebrating the experiences of Black-Indigenous/Afro-Indigenous people with a webinar, The Black-Indigenous/Afro-Indigenous Experience, as part of our Black Lives…
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Making Space for Change

The Native Arts and Cultures Foundation (NACF) is making space for big changes this year with the transfer of ownership of the Yale Union building to NACF. The building will…
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Call to Participate in Community Art Project with NACF Fellows

Native Arts and Culture Foundation (NACF) visited Marie Watt (Seneca) and Cannupa Hanska Luger (Mandan, Hidatsa, Arikara, Lakota) in August during their c3:initiative core residency in Colton, Oregon. The artists worked on preliminary plans for a community-engaged…
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NACF 2019 Annual Report

Aloha Friends, The Indigenous arts and cultures of the Native peoples of the United States are strong and thriving, despite the invisibility and stereotypical misrepresentations that prevail across the country.…
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