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Arts and Culture

Antelope Canyon
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While travel remains mostly at a standstill, tourists will likely start to visit various locations in Indian Country in just a matter of months. 

Tiger Lily
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Anthony Hudson and the “scary clown” alter-ego Carla Rossi weren’t made for Zoom. 

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SANTA FE, N.M. — The Santa Fe Community Foundation’s Native American Advised Fund is helping Native filmmakers forge ahead in the movie industry.

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SANTA FE, N.M. —  For the last six years, the Institute of American Indian Arts has selected established Indigenous artists to participate in its Artist in Residency program.

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Next time you’re browsing Airbnb.com, pre-booking that $250 Park Avenue brownstone or $400 Maui oceanfront villa for a post-pandemic escape, you may want to consider a different kind of getaway. 

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VANCOUVER, Wash. — The Native Arts and Cultures Foundation recently announced two monetary award opportunities for Native artists aiming to advance their communities and spur social change.

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Every winter, the independent film world unites at the Sundance Film Festival in Park City, Utah, for premieres, panels and parties. 

Together We Overcome Obstacles
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A large portion of the income for many Native artists depends on how well they do at the right artists markets and festivals, especially during the holiday shopping season. 

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LOS ANGELES — The Native American Media Alliance, in partnership with Netflix, has established the COVID-19 Relief Fund for Native Americans working in the entertainment industry. 

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LINCOLN, Neb. — Vision Maker Media’s annual open call for public media broadcast proposals is offering Native American filmmakers help in getting their stories onto the small screen.