"Let us put our minds together and see what life we can make for our children." -- Sitting Bull
Join Native Arts Collective in celebrating the gorgeous art of Pacific Northwest indigenous artist whose work is now available in the WHATCOM MUSEUM STORE (many thanks to Lisa Pollman!!)
Our FEATURED ARTIST of the month is DORALEE SANCHEZ (LUMMI). See her SAlmon painting now at the Museum Store during the "ENDANGERED SPECIES" exhibition through January 6, 2019!
Stay tuned for our upcoming February 2018 CrowdRise Campaign to help us impove this important resource...
Welcome to our website for promoting and sharing information about contemporary Native American art and artists. This site was created to bring the work of the many talented Native American and First Nations artists to a wider audience, and to be an educational resource as well. Our goal is to help artists to make a living from the creation of their art, by promoting their work internationally and educating those visitors about the amazing depth of native culture, history and artistic traditions.
This website is a prototype, initially created in 2013, designed as a central web resource to broadly share Native American and First Nations arts and cultures. We only offer work that was created by Native American artists, following both the spirit and the letter of the Indian Arts and Crafts Act of 1990
We are building out our new site now, starting with biographical and culture information about the artists we most admire, and their work. We're in the early stages of this exciting project, so if you have somehow found your way here, visit often as we'll have much more to offer you....
Native Arts Collective appreciates your feedback! Please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.