Diné photographer Eugene Tapahe and the dancers of the Art Heals: Jingle Dress Project have journeyed to national and state parks across the United States to honor their ancestors, bless the land and offer prayers for those in need.
Mohawk artist Skawennati’s digital movie presents a futuristic creation story of our world.
A new NMAI exhibition spotlights the bold, abstract artworks of Saulteaux Anishinaabe artist Robert Houle.
Shinnecock farmers are reviving kelp-growing traditions to restore a Long Island bay.
Diné jingle dress dancers (left to right) JoAnni Begay, Erin Tapahe, Dion Tapahe and Sunni Begay in Grand Teton National Park in Wyoming. Diné photographer Eugene Tapahe captured this image, “Four Worlds,” in June 2020 as part of the Art Heals: The Jingle Dress Project (see page 44).