National Museum of the American Indian presents Making Marks: Prints from Crow’s Shadow

. June 17, 2013

National Museum of the American Indian, Gustav Heye Center in New York presents “Making Marks: Prints from Crow’s Shadow,” an exhibition on view through Jan. 5, 2014.

Rick Bartow, Facing Left Raven, 2008. Monoprint on paper. Photo courtesy of Crow’s Shadow Institute of the Arts.

Rick Bartow, Facing Left Raven, 2008. Monoprint on paper. Photo courtesy of Crow’s Shadow Institute of the Arts.

Crow’s Shadow Institute of the Arts is a gathering place for contemporary artists, drawing Native and non-Native artists from around the world to its state-of-the-art printmaking studio, Crow’s Shadow Press. Its goal is to provide opportunities for Native Americans through artistic development. Crow’s Shadow was founded in 1992 by artist James Lavadour and others in a historic mission schoolhouse on the Umatilla Indian Reservation, in the foothills of Oregon’s Blue Mountains.

Making Marks: Prints from Crow’s Shadow Press features eighteen works by seven Native American contemporary artists—Rick Bartow (Wiyot), Phillip John Charette (Yup’ik), Joe Feddersen (Colville Confederated Tribes [Okanagan/Lakes]), Hock E Aye Vi Edgar Heap of Birds (Cheyenne/Arapaho), James Lavadour (Walla Walla), Wendy Red Star (Crow), and Marie Watt (Seneca)—working in collaboration with Crow’s Shadow Master Printer Frank Janzen. http://nmai.si.edu

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