Weekly Feed: Skip James at 110, Art of Regional Change, Choctaw Code Talkers, Appalachian Steel Drum, and the town of Hannibal, Missouri

Friday, June 15, 2012

  Here are stories we shared this week on our Arts and Culture Feed:   • Skip James would have turned 110 this week. To celebrate, the Alan…

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Eamon Mac Mahon: The Landlocked North, On The Edge Of Great Change

Thursday, May 17, 2012

Photograph by Eamon Mac Mahon Many thanks to artist Richard Saxton for leading us to the work of Eamon Mac Mahon, a photographer raised in a mining community…

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David Lee, Carolina Soul & The Paradise of Bachelors Record Label

Wednesday, March 14, 2012

David Lee with the Washington Sound record shop sign, in front of his storage trailer;   Paradise of Bachelors [Editor’s Note: As I am facing numerous writing deadlines,…

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Update: The Black Hills Are Not For Sale

Wednesday, January 25, 2012

Mural Installation on Melrose Avenue in Los Angeles; Honor The Treaties Facebook Page Last year we discussed Honor The Treaties, a promising collaboration between photographer Aaron Huey, the…

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The People Speak: New Work From Jetsonorama

Wednesday, January 11, 2012

Wheat paste of CJ at the Tuba City, AZ, rodeo grounds on fair day; Jetsonorama Where else would you find a black guy applying wallpaper to the outside…

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Frybread: In Film, Art, Architecture, And Beyond

Tuesday, November 22, 2011

Photograph by Visible Narrative, from RPM’s Frybread Stand flickr gallery Revolutions Per Minute: Indigenous Music Culture is a relatively new site that’s offering a wealth of news on…

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Jim Denomie: Reworking American Myths

Thursday, November 10, 2011

Selection from untitled (Untruthful Series), 2011; Bockley Gallery The Bockley Gallery in Minneapolis is currently featuring Works on Paper, an exhibit of new prints and paintings by Jim…

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Native American Hip Hop and Electronic Music

Wednesday, October 12, 2011

Supaman; from the artist’s MySpace page  Yesterday on NPR’s All Things Considered, Taki Telonidis of The Western Folklife Center reported from Crow Nation on a powerful cross-cultural and…

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Jetsonorama And The Moving Planet

Tuesday, September 27, 2011

We are back today, after a few days away from the site to take care of arts and site-related tasks, with some exciting new work by Jetsonorama, an…

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In Brief: Native American Raggae, Life In Exurbia, and Goat Cheese In Marfa

Thursday, September 15, 2011

Native Roots Revolutions Per Minute: Indigenous Music Culture is an site that covers an extraordinary range of contemporary Native American music–everything from traditional forms to the electronic “art…

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