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Artist Interview—Kent Monkman: mistikôsiwak (Wooden Boat People) | Met Exhibitions

Kent Monkman: My name is Kent Monkman. I’m a Cree artist. This is a very exciting opportunity to work with the collection at The Met,

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When Art and Law Collide: Artist Mandy Davis

Mandy Davis is a successful Worimi artist from the Great Lakes district in Northern NSW. She’s been painting since 1990 and has exhibited her art

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Arts Law: Wills for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Artists

We’ve been travelling to some of the communities and the Indigenous art centres and we’ve been doing Wills Workshops with the local artists. It might

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Brasilien: Abenteuer am AMAZONAS – Begegnungen der besonderen Art – ZEITreise Ep 23

in the last episode we drove 6 days across amazonia to reach the mightiest river on earth Last kilometer to the Amazon! are there real

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An Indigenous Spoken Word Artist Explores the Word “Indian”

I like to speak on anything and everything that interests me. I’m never not writing. I like to bear all my ugliness, my weeping sores.

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Conserving a Yup’ik Mask

Caitlin Mahoney: Working at The Met is very special. It’s an amazing collection spanning the globe. I work on objects from Africa, the Pacific, and

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Love and Rage at the Border: An Artistic Uprising

internationally the world is appalled that what's happening here on the border this system has to fall and it will fall because it can't support

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Aboriginal art scam | 60 Minutes Australia

in the stringy bark forests of East Arnhem Land ja loup-garou he and his family are practicing a cultural tradition tens of thousands of years

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JOSEFA, Beader | Mayan Families Artisan Series

Tuktu- 3- The Clever Hands (Inuit ingenuity and creativity)

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Tuktu- 3- The Clever Hands (Inuit ingenuity and creativity)

I want to tell you a story of the old days when people were different from now an Eskimo made all the things he needed