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Posts under: Native American Art

Shop Native Featured Shop: Mahota Textiles

As part of an ongoing initiative, we're celebrating Native American-owned businesses, whose work you can find on our Shop Native directory, which features both Native American products and products made for Natives. These products include clothing, beauty, beadwork, herbal, art, blankets, and more. With over 200 companies and products already...

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Native American Turquoise Jewelry | History of Native American Jewelry

Archaeologists have found evidence of the native people and what would become America creating jewelry from the stones, shells, and other natural materials as far back as 10,000 years ago. As the millennia went on, turquoise jewelry became one of the more prominent varieties made specifically by tribes in the...

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Famous Native Americans | 10 Native American Celebrities You Should Know

Who are the most famous Native Americans? Over 5 million people across the United States are of Native American descent, and many celebrities come from lines of deep Native American ancestry—and are especially proud of their heritage. With Hollywood's slow, yet steady move toward inclusivity and greater representation of marginalized...

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Avis Charley Ledger Artist – Pow Wow Life 57

Join Paul G for an interview with artist Avis Charley. About Avis Charley Avis Charley (Spirit Lake Dakota/Diné) is a mother and an artist. She was born and raised in Los Angeles. Charley is a painter and a ledger artist using colored pencils on antique documents. She enjoys depicting Native...

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All About Ribbon Skirts – How To Make Ribbon Skirts

Brightly-colored ribbon skirts are a traditional piece of clothing for many Native American women and girls, as it honors their heritage and is a way to represent themselves as well as causes, such as the missing and murdered Indigenous women and children.  https://www.instagram.com/p/CF7lkhvFgTI/?utm_source=ig_web_copy_link “Skirts in Native American communities are more...

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Free Email Series: What to Expect at Your First Pow Wow

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