Elizabeth Woody’s vivid and powerful poetry conveys the immediate impact of a brilliant intellect and an astounding use of language.
Portrait of Kelli Jo Ford by Mario Gallucci, June 2017, Portland, Ore. Kelli Jo Ford (Cherokee Nation of Oklahoma), a 2016 National Artist Fellow in Literature, was recently interviewed by Karly Placek of Profellow about her experience in NACF's Fellowship...Read More
Elizabeth Woody (Navajo / Warm Springs / Wasco / Yakama, and an enrolled member of the Confederated Tribes of Warm Springs) was named Oregon’s 8th Poet Laureate for a two-year tenure, which she began in May.
Native Arts and Cultures Foundation Announces its Distinguished 2015 National Artist Fellowship Awardees
NATIVE ARTS AND CULTURES FOUNDATION ANNOUNCES ITS DISTINGUISHED 2015 NATIONAL ARTIST FELLOWSHIP AWARDEES VANCOUVER, Wash., Aug. 6, 2015 – For the fifth year, Native Arts and Cultures Foundation (NACF) awards its distinguished National Artist Fellowship to a new group of...Read More
Opportunity For American Indian, Alaska Native And Native Hawaiian Artists (VANCOUVER, Wash.) – American Indian, Alaska Native and Native Hawaiian artists nationwide have until April 6 to apply for the 2015 Native Arts and Cultures Foundation (NACF) Artist Fellowship. 2015...Read More