NACF SHIFT AND LIFT SITE VISITS TO NEW YORK CITY
Will Wilson is a photographer whose imagery deals with complex environmental and social issues, Native identity, and the juxtapositions of the past, present, and future.
Diné College was established in 1968 as the first tribally-controlled community college in the United States
Old Harbor Alliance, Inc.
The Old Harbor Alliance, Inc., a nonprofit corporation, was established by community leaders to provide educational programs & projects that bring residents together to build a healthy community.
Stephen Qacung Blanchett
Stephen Qacung Blanchett is a performing artist, a culture-bearer, an art and culture educator, and an advocate for equity and inclusion.
Garden Island Arts Council
The Garden Island Arts Council (GIAC) is a non-profit organization comprised of an all-volunteer board of directors who provide a year-round program of activities and events for the benefit of residents and visitors to Kauai.
Sabra Kauka is a cultural practitioner and teacher on Kauai, fostering the sustainability and perpetuation of Native Hawaiian traditions by sharing her knowledge with future generations.
Weisman Art Museum
Since its origin in 1934, Weisman Art Museum has been a teaching museum for the University of Minnesota. Today, education remains central to the museum’s mission…
Rosy Simas is a transdisciplinary and movement artist who creates work for stage and installation.
Grand Canyon Music Festival
Grand Canyon Music Festival (GCMF) is an award-winning festival of concerts and education programs presenting outstanding artists, premieres, and commissions by American composers.
Michael Begay & Raven Chacon
Michael Begay is a Navajo composer of chamber music, experimental sound, Native American flute, and metal music. Raven Chacon works at the crossroads of contemporary classical music, visual art and installation, using conceptual graphic scores that underpin his compositions.
Kealakai Center for Pacific Strings
Kealakai Center for Pacific Strings Traditions (KCPST) was established in 2019 with the mission of researching, restoring and celebrating the pivotal role that Hawaiian and Pacific music and musicians have played in the evolution of popular music…
Raiatea Helm is one of Hawaiʻi’s preeminent female vocalists and keeper of the Hawaiian falsetto tradition (“leo kiʻekiʻe”) of the early to mid-20th century.
University of Arkansas, School of Art
University of Arkansas School of Art offers graduate and undergraduate degrees in art education, art history, graphic design, and studio art.
Postcommodity is an artist collective at the sharp edge of multi-disciplinary arts practice, interrogating systems and institutions with a wide array of methodologies and conceptually-based work.
Creative Time is a public arts organization that works with artists to contribute to the dialogues, debates, and dreams of our times.
New Red Order
New Red Order is a public secret society whose video and performance deploys a blend of satire and sincerity, toward dismantling ongoing effects of settler colonialism.
Honolulu Theatre for Youth
Honolulu Theatre for Youth (HTY) produces professional theatre and drama education programs that make a difference in the lives of young people, families and educators in the state of Hawai‘i.
Moses Goods is an actor, storyteller, playwright, and one of Hawaii’s most prominent theater artists.