History

They Wove for Horses:

BY JOYCE BEGAY-FOSS Before the arrival of the horse, foot travel was a constant challenge for the Diné and [...]

Learning the Ropes:

BY RICK HENDRICKS Rope is one of man’s oldest tools. Almost every culture on Earth twisted animal hair, [...]

The Work of Art

BY CARMELLA PADILLA As refugees, [Joy] Ndungutse and [Janet] Nkubana were among the lucky. Both educated and [...]

Shot Clock

BY PENELOPE HUNTER-STIEBEL This clock haunted me from the first time I saw it. If I had been in an art museum [...]

No Pastime for Old Men

BY DANIEL KOSHAREK Bronc riding, calf roping, and steer wrestling may not be pastimes for old men, but taking [...]

What’s New in New?

BY CATHY NOTARNICOLA What’s New in New, an exhibition of recently acquired works by the Museum of Indian [...]

Plain Geometry

BY BOBBIE SUMBERG In 1971 the quiet power of dark colors and large, simple shapes seen in Amish quilts [...]
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