Talking Stick Arts Newsletter
         
   

Issue 1.2 | Apr/May/Jun 1998

Contents

Ethel Yazzie's Abduction |by Michael Nofchissey

Late in the summer of the Bilagáana year 1926, the wind blew softly across the tall rows of corn that grew in the fields between the groves of piñon trees where Hosteen Yazzie worked. With his back bent and the sweat from his brow trickling down his brown face, the elder Yazzie kept... click here for more ...

Juanita Velasco: Weaver, Interpreter, Educator by Amy Tall Chief

Juanita Velasco, a weaver from Nebaj, Guatemala, currently works as a Cultural Interpreter at the Smithsonian's National Museum of the American Indian educating the public about weaving and the role it plays in her culture. Along with giving demonstrations in museums and schools for children and other weavers all over the U.S., she also sells belts, purses, vests, wall hangings, friendship bracelets and dolls, which she says are the easiest items to...click here here for more...

Genearl Interest

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Funding Opportunities

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Save The Date

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