Funding to cohort of regional Native arts and cultures programs nationwide
Ojibwe Artist Jim Denomie Brings Native American Perspective to International Event
Global First Nations Performance Network Expands Opportunities for Indigenous Performers
Join us for a Lecture at the Portland Art Museum – Akunnittinni: A Kinngait Family Portrait
NACF Fellows Shine at Honolulu Biennial 2019 Events
2019 Honolulu Biennial Events
NACF Fellows Perform at the 2019 APAP|NYC Conference
2017 Mentor Artist Fellow Apprentices on Retreat
NACF Fellows Receive Western Arts Alliance Native Launchpad Award
This year, three Native Arts and Cultures Foundation (NACF), National Artist Fellows have been named the inaugural Western Arts Alliance (WAA), Native Launchpad award recipients. Congratulations to Christopher Kau’i Morgan (2013 – NACF Dance Fellow), Allison Warden (2018 – NACF Music Fellow) and…
Join Us For First Friday With Richard D. York
For Girls Becoming – an Arts Mentorship Program for Young Mvskoke Women
Join us for First Friday with Greg Archuleta
Join Us for First Friday with Roben White
Weaving a New Narrative – the Interwoven Radiance Exhibition is Celebrated
Join Us for First Friday with Robert Harju
Join Us for First Friday with Joy O’Hearn
Join us for First Friday with Greg A. Robinson
Join Us for First Friday with Brenda Mallory
Stop by our national headquarters on April 6, 2018 to view a unique installation by Cherokee visual artist Brenda Mallory.
Indigenous Women Playwrights Series in Oregon
This spring, three Indigenous, female playwrights will present their work on Oregon’s top stages at the same time. It’s a ground breaking convergence of award-winning, distinguished playwrights.
Missing Indigenous To Screen in Paris
Missing Indigenous is a seven-minute film which personalizes the heart wrenching epidemic of Native American women going missing. NACF is proud to support its first international screening.