Aboriginal Native Art
9 Sources.

It is my intention to display sites that promote the understanding of Native American Art and not point you to sites that soley sell products.

Aboriginal Australia: Authentic Aboriginal Art, Craft and Culture
Aboriginal Australia is wholly owned by the Aboriginal Community and brings authentic Aboriginal art and Culture to the world. Learn about the oldest continuous culture on earth and visit our interactive forums and on-line store.

African-Native Americans : We are still here : A Photo Exhibit : Cover Page
A Photo Exhibit presented online as part of the digital collections of the William & Anita Newman Library at Baruch College, CUNY.

ArtNatAm - Native American Art Exhibit
Fine art exhibit by prominent Native American artists. Fine art with a Message!

Ben Marra - The Powwow Editions
Renowned photographer Ben Marra has spent many years documenting the contemporary Native American Powwow and the colorful regalia worn by tribal members. Marra's camera captures the authentic pride and spirituality of today's Native Americans. His work has been featured in numerous galleries, national magazines, and was recently included in the Handbook of North American Indians, published by the Smithsonian.
(Let us not forget to look at the links too.)

Hollister Collection of Southwestern Native American Pottery
94 Southwestern pots.

Native American ArtPages MENU
Native American Arts and crafts -- Main Art Pages menu. History, cultural importance and meanings, methods, galleries, museums. Essay-galleries for artists, types of work.

The ASU Art Museum Website
Website for the ASU Art Museum located on the campus of Arizona State University.

The Virtual Keeping House: A First Nations Gallery
The Keeping House is a means of Aboriginal people and those interested in Indian culture in Saskatchewan to view the Saskatchewan Indian Cultural Centre's permanent Aboriginal art collection and also its collection of artifacts. It is hoped that all who view these objects of our community's skilled artists and artisans will be able to experience the beauty of traditional and contemporary art of the Aboriginal people in Saskatchewan.

Trophies of Honor - Art Chronicles of Indigenous Peoples
Trophies of Honor is a project to chronicle and preserve indigenous culture and Art by presenting museum quality works on the Internet in exhibition form. The project has a two-fold purpose: 1) by utilizing the Internet as a global exhibition format we will focus on the challenge of bringing the vast resource of native cultures into the rapidly developing field of information technology 2) the chronicles as it stands without analysis or interpretation, which is available for all to see, is a study and exposure to the culture on behalf of indigenous peoples everywhere. This could be one of the few opportunities for indigenous cultures to record their art forms and work to be preserved for the future.




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