2018

Our Story

BY MANUEL GONZÁLEZ, Albuquerque Poet Laureate         Here,                in this place we [...]

The Captive

BY PAUL ANDREW HUTTON The Mexican soldiers came late in the Spring of 1855. The people saw them in the [...]

The Right to Remember

BY EMILY WITHNALL In 1990, at the height of Peru’s war, Wari Zárate and other artists in the Andes began [...]

Love is a Verb

BY LES DALY In the year 1968, America was in turmoil. It was a time of war, assassinations, riots, and [...]

The People’s Art

BY CHARLENE CERNY A Gathering of Voices: Folk Art from the Judith Espinar and Tom Dillenberg Collection, an [...]

Western Apacheria

BY NEPHI CRAIG LAND Landscape is destiny. As Indigenous peoples, we represent our landscapes. Basically, [...]

Against Minimalism

BY CANDACE WALSH Minimalism has enjoyed an unquestioned mandate for years. Clean out your closet! Banish [...]

Photo Synthesis

BY HANNAH ABELBECK One hundred and fifty years ago, thousands of Navajo people undertook a second arduous [...]

Coyota

BY JOSÉ ANTONIO ESQUIBEL Pueblo Indians and Hispanos of New Mexico share common bonds forged over the course [...]

Semiotic Sovereignty

BY MARLA REDCORN-MILLER The following interview with Mateo Romero (Cochiti) describes a more abstract form of [...]

Dance of the Monarch

BY EMILY WITHNALL Thomas Haukaas (Lakota) beads like a painter. At first glance, a viewer might simply see [...]
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