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Learn about the story of Fog Woman and Raven and the generations of this totem pole from the Tlingit
This bandolier bag is the first of its kind from the Sac and Fox tribe in more than 20 years
Smith uses historic Wyandotte forms to create this contemporary pot, bringing his Indigenous traditions into the present and future
An ode to a taken homeland, this painting features a broad landscape of the Wichita Mountains and an everyday scene of the Kiowa people
Goshorn weaves stories about forced removal from homelands and protest in this basket made of printed archival documents
Light and color take center stage in this soul illustration of the Oklahoma landscape where Echohawk and his family have lived for generations.
Bright red fringe, a pheasant and macaw feather fan, trade blankets—these meticulous details shine in this painting of a member of the Native American Church.
Meant to carry a baby and created by a community of women, this cradleboard is an expression of love
Learn the story behind this totem pole that no longer stands
Dorica Jackson spent 16 years weaving this robe with an abstract whale design and fringe that would animate the movements of a dancer
What is a potlatch? And how is it related to this totem pole?
The body of this box is made of one piece of wood carefully bent into its four sides