Burying Art, Unburying History

A controversial sculpture commemorating the hanging of 38 Dakota Indians has been dismantled and interred in a secret location — with the blessing of its creator.

Giving Voice To The Clay

Contemporary clay artists carry forward an age-old tradition while breaking new ground.

C&I ART BEAT: Alexander Gardner and the Fort Laramie Treaty and More Upcoming Exhibitions

Dive deeper into the country’s visual history through photographer Alexander Gardner’s 1868 images of the Fort Laramie Treaty.

Totem Revival

Around the Northwest, new energy is infusing an ancient tradition.

Vessel And Voice

Spectacular Native American ceramics and the artists who create them have taken their rightful place in the pantheon of American fine arts. We talk with gallerist Charles King about collecting clay arts.

Crow Fair at 100

On the occasion of the Crow Fair centennial, photographer Erika Haight shares some favorite images from past fairs and highlights from conversations with a Crow family about the big celebration in Montana.

Indian Market 2018 in Santa Fe

If you love Native American art and culture, the place to be August 18 – 19 is Santa Fe. We talk with Ira Wilson, the new executive director of the Southwestern Association for Indian Arts.

Nampeyo And Maria

Historic potters opened doors for generations of artists