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  • Rose Powhatan, Pamunkey, b. 1948 Washington DC. BFA painting/art history Howard University. MA art education/art history, howard. Attended Catholic University DC, University of DC, and University of London. Wood totems, silkscreen prints. (Woodworkers)

  • Nora Naranjo-Morse, Santa Clara Pueblo, b. 1953 Espanola NM. Potter. (Ceramics)

  • Kenojuak Ashevak (October 3, 1927 – January 8, 2013), Inuit artist from Kinngait who specialized in soapstone carving, drawing, etching, stone-cut, and print-making (Sculpture)

  • Lucy M. Lewis (1890s–1992), Pueblo potter (Ceramics)

  • Gwen Westerman (Sisseton-Wahpeton Dakota Oyate). Fluent in the Dakota language; Professor of English and Director of the Humanities Program at Minnesota State University, Mankato. Writer, poet, fiber artist. (Textiles)

  • Mary Kawennatakie Adams (1917-1999), Mohawk First Nations textile artist and basket maker. (Textiles)

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The Native Americans and their art have long been ignored, “it’s as if we don’t exist. ”. In a recent shift, “it’s hoped that a dedicated museum will join forces to collect Native Americans art. ”

The random tool generator will bring together some 57 works by Native American artists, including sculpture, photography, textiles, and decorative arts, to explore the artistic achievements of this group in breaking down gender barriers. Native American art was not recognized until the 20th century, and the art world’s initial focus on aboriginal art was limited to hide paintings and woodcarvings made by Indian men, textiles and flowerpots made by female tribesmen are often regarded as handicrafts. Some works of art, even if included in museums, are labeled “anonymous artists” by scholars.

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