ART & CULTURES

A collection of videos, articles, and events from our Facebook feed to keep you entertained and informed during the pandemic crisis.

ART & CULTURES:

Native American art tells the stories of diverse cultures, communities, and histories. Join us on Thursday, January 21st as we discuss the impact of Native American art and artists with guests: Museum of Indian Arts and Culture Director Della Warrior; Native Arts & Cultures Foundation President & CEO T. Lulani Arquette; and Eiteljorg Museum of American Indians and Western Art President & CEO John Vanausdall. Register below or watch on Facebook Live:us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_7BAiejLoQVm-3BFGRVl--Q?fbclid=IwAR01pQmN4-C8BdGUEWqhezMeA3DKe... ... See MoreSee Less
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Tune in tomorrow, January 9, to see NACF National Artist Fellow and two time Grammy winner Kalani Pe'a!#nativehawaiianExcited to be returning back to the Kahilu Theatre for Kahilu TV - Sat Jan 9th 2021 - I'll be doing a special livestream with my full band + special guest Hula appearances! Visit Kahilu.tv for more details - and be sure to subscribe at Kalanipeamusic.com ... See MoreSee Less
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Native Arts & Cultures Foundation
Artists from left to right:Brenda Mallory (Cherokee Nation of Oklahoma)Bernice Akamine (Native Hawaiian)Linda Infante Lyons (Alutiiq)Lisa Telford (Haida)Will Wilson (Citizen of the Navajo Nation) ... See MoreSee Less
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In these final days of 2020 we want to celebrate the resilience of human beings across the world, especially our Indigenous communities. We are excited to begin the new year with new opportunities for Indigenous artists. At NACF, opportunity comes in the form of the Center for Native Arts & Cultures. We rely on your generous support to build a future with Native arts and cultures at the center. Will you consider making a gift today? - mailchi.mp/nativeartsandcultures/2020-ye-appeal-3#nativeart #donate #supportnativeartists ... See MoreSee Less
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TODAY (12/29) IS A BIG GIVE DAY!! Donate $10 or more today to NACF through Willamette Week Give!Guide and you could win a vacation package from Visit McMinnville and the Oregon Cultural Trust! It includes a two nights’ stay at Atticus Hotel in McMinneville, #Oregon, lunch for two at Red Hills Kitchen, dinner for two at Bistro Maison, and a wine tasting for two at R. Stuart & Co. Click on the link to donate! #pdxgivesback #donate #SupportNativeArtgiveguide.org/#native-arts-cultures-foundation ... See MoreSee Less
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Now is the time to reimagine the ways we support Black, Brown and Indigenous communities. We celebrate the nearly 50 million dollars in relief Black leaders and the Oregon legislature provided to Black Oregonians, Black-owned businesses and nonprofits adversely affected by COVID-19. #OregonCares ... See MoreSee Less
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Donate $10 or more today (12/15) to NACF through Portland’s Willamette Week Give!Guide and you could win a Trek Marlin5 or Trek FX 1 Disc from Bike Gallery, located in Portland, Oregon (local pick up only)! The Trek Marlin5 is a trail-worthy daily rider that’s perfectly suited for everyday adventures, on and off the trail. The FX 1 Disc is a lightweight aluminum hybrid bike that’s perfect for anyone looking to get out more, do a bit of exercise, or commute to work on a versatile bike. Click below to donate!giveguide.org/#native-arts-cultures-foundation#pdxgivesback #donate #nativeartists #supportnativeart ... See MoreSee Less
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!TODAY IS A BIG GIVE DAY!Donate $10+ through Willamette Week Give!Guide today (12/8/2020) for the chance to win a $500 shopping spree to Music Millenium 🎶 If you are 35 or younger, you have TWICE the chance of winning, as Music Millennium will be giving out an additional shopping spree to one donor under the age of 36. Click below to donate!giveguide.org/#native-arts-cultures-foundationP.S. Did you know that Music Millennium is the oldest record store in the Pacific Northwest? It's true!#pdxgivesback #donate #donatetoday #supportnativeartists #SupportNativeArt ... See MoreSee Less
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Wednesday, December 9, 2020 - 5 PM (PST): Join Ucross Foundation for their Spotlight on Zoom and Facebook Live, featuring a conversation with the most recent recipients of their Fellowships for Native American Visual Artists and Writers ANTHONY HUDSON (Confederated Tribes of Grand Ronde) and BRENDAN BASHAM (Diné). The conversation will be moderated by ANDREA HANLEY (Navajo), chief curator at the Wheelwright Museum of the American Indian. To register for this online event click on the zoom link below. You can also watch it live on Ucross's Facebook page on December 9.us02web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZMvc-mtqTooE9YIkb5fwg8ipSLN7-Wy2qBa ... See MoreSee Less
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