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Clearly Indigenous Exhibition

Clearly Indigenous: Native Visions Reimagined in Glass
The Museum of Indian Arts and Culture
May 16th, 2021 through June 16th, 2022

View the Clearly Indigenous: Native Visions Reimagined in Glass exhibition at The Museum of Indian Art and Culture located in Santa Fe, NM. This groundbreaking exhibit features works in glass by thirty three Indigenous artists. A companion book is also available featuring works within the exhibition.

Per MIAC: “The artists have melded the aesthetics and properties inherent in glass art with their cultural ways of knowing, whether re-interpreting traditional stories and designs in the medium of glass, or expressing contemporary issues affecting Indigenous Nations.”

The exhibit, curated by Dr. Letitia Chambers, and artist and museum consultant Cathy Short, features the following artists: Larry Ahvakana, Marcus Amerman, Angela Babby, Brian Barber, Dale Chihuly, Priscilla Cowie, Joe David, Alano Edzerza, Joe Fedderson, Dan Friday, Raya Friday, Gunbi Ganambarr, Tammy Garcia, Lewis Tamihana Gardiner, Tony Jojola,Ramson Lomatewama, Carol Lujan, Ira Lujan, Djamba Marawili, Robert (Spooner) Marcus, Jody Naranjo, Ed Archie NoiseCat, Haila Old Peter, Carl Ponca, Marvin Oliver, Virgil Ortiz, Shaun Peterson, Lillian Pitt, Harlan Reano, Raven Skyriver, Rory Erler Wakemup, Adrian Wall and Preston Singletary.

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