February 20, 2017

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DAISY RUIZ

DAISY RUIZ

Pink Sparkle | Daisy Ruiz Daisy Ruiz is a freelance illustrator from the Bronx, New York. Recently graduated from the Fashion Institute of Technology with a BFA, Daisy’s work mainly consists of indigenous Mexican culture. It’s because of this that she is in La Raza Anthology: Unidos y Fuertes is a colle...
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INTRODUCING CHIEF LADY BIRD

INTRODUCING CHIEF LADY BIRD

MUSKRAT Magazine connected with visual artist Chief Lady Bird AKA Nancy King to learn more about her artistic expression and how she uses her talent and creative expression as a tool to educate and inspire communities. MUSKRAT Magazine: You use your spirit name as your artist name, I am wondering how An...
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RUNWAYS & HALLWAYS: NEW LOOKS FROM INDIGENOUS DESIGNERS

RUNWAYS & HALLWAYS: NEW LOOKS FROM INDIGENOUS DESIGNERS

From L to R: Jessica Hoyungowa (Hopi/Navajo), Leah Kolakowski (Anishinaabe), Jaclyn Roessel (Navajo), Asia Yazzie (Navajo) and Sophia Arviso (Navajo) | Image source: www.oxdxclothing.com Though Loren Aragon (Acoma Pueblo) and Jared Yazzie (Diné) create fashions on opposite ends of the spectrum—beautiful...
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COOL SCHOOL PROGRAMS FOR INDIGENOUS ARTISTS


COOL SCHOOL PROGRAMS FOR INDIGENOUS ARTISTS

Santee Smith by David Hou | Image source: Kahawi Dance Theatre From the canvas to the theatre, these outstanding institutions and organizations support Indigenous artists with education programs that foster creative and career development. 1. The Adam Beach Film Institute, Winnipeg, MB The Adam Beach Fi...
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VIRTUAL POWWOW VENDORS LIST

VIRTUAL POWWOW VENDORS LIST

Patches NTVS x SPJ (Steven Paul Judd) | Image source: The NTVS Missing the powwow trail this summer? Looking for clothing, crafts and accessories made by Indigenous people? Muskrat Magazine has you covered with this list of brands that bring the powwow vendors to you virtually. From traditional crafts t...
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