AMERINDA INC. | American Indian Artists Inc.

Celebrating Thirty Years of Amerinda


No Reservation


Members of the original company of the Native American Theatre Ensemble in front of La MaMa, New York City, October 1972 Photographer Amnon Ben Nomis (1972) Courtesy The La MaMa Archives/ Ellen Stewart Private Collection.

Amerinda's newest publication, "No Reservation: New York Contemporary Native American Art Movement" is now printed and ready to be mailed to you!

To purchase your copy of the book:

  • Make a $27.00 donation for each copy to Amerinda, Inc.
    $20.00 for the publication, $7.00 for Shipping and Handling
    • Through our Paypal Donation Portal

    • By sending a check to:
      288 EAST 10TH STREET
      NEW YORK, NY 10009-4812
  • Fill out our Contact Form

Once we have recieved both payment and your contact information via the contact form, a representative from Amerinda will ship your copy of the book.

The Heart Stays


Poster design: SUNDAYREBEL

The Heart Stays, a new feature film by AMERINDA writer and director Diane Fraher, just finished principal location photography on the Osage Nation in May, 2014 and needs your support. Her first feature-length narrative film, The Reawakening, was the first feature film written and directed by a Native woman and wholly produced by Native people. The Heart Stays is a coming of age story, about a Native American girl who must choose between personal achievement and the traditional responsibilities of the old ways. Learn more about the cast, crew and who is supporting the film, and how you can join them.

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Comin' Home

Native American rapper SHADOWYZE wrote, performed and produced this smokin' track exclusively for AMERINDA celebrating 27 years of serving Native American artists. Help support AMERINDA by purchasing this song from CDbaby.

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Opening Flash Music: Comin Home by Shadowyze

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