1. Juried Art Show and Competition Awards Ceremony

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    See who took top prizes at Sealaska Heritage Institute's 2014 Juried Art Show and Competition. Judged by David R. Boxley.

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    • Formline: An Evolving Art by Bill Holm

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      Lecture on formline by Bill Holm. Holm, Professor Emeritus of Art History, and Curator Emeritus of Northwest Coast Indian Art at the Burke Museum, is recognized internationally as one of the most knowledgeable experts in the field of Northwest Coast Native art history. His book, Northwest Coast Indian Art: An Analysis of Form, was a landmark publication when it was first released in 1965 and is a must-have resource for students of formline design. In 2001, he was honored with a certificate of appreciation from the Tlingit, Haida, and Tsimshian people of Southeast Alaska through the Sealaska Heritage Institute.

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      • Tlingit artist Nathan Jackson on Northwest Coast art, 1974.

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        Video featuring Tlingit artist Nathan Jackson on Northwest Coast Design with narration by Rosita Worl on Native culture. This video is part of the Rosita Worl Collection at Sealaska Heritage Institute. Produced by the Harvard Peabody Museum in 1974.

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        • Alumni Stories: Luke Parnell

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          MAA grad and carver Luke Parnell talks about the value of research and how his education at Emily Carr has taught him that concept is as important as making. Luke teaches part time at the University and is represented by Winsor Gallery. You can find his work and writings here - http://haidatotempoles.blogspot.ca/.

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          • NATIVE(X) Artist Interview: Nathaniel Wilkerson

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            Native American Art. Fair. Authentic. Affordable. The Way It Should Be. NATIVE(X) is a lifestyle brand dedicated to Native American art, culture, and tradition. Each item we sell highlights an artist's story and an authentic Native American design. We want to inspire people around the world to collect Native American art and appreciate Native American culture.

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            • Baskets and Branches: A portrait of Delores Churchill

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              This is a 6 minute work in progress of a documentary created with the University of Alaska Southeast, called, "Baskets and Branches." This is a portrait of Haida weaver Delores Churchill, her life as an artist, working with her mother Selina Peratrovich, traveling to archeological sites and collections to study traditional techniques and passing on the art forms to emerging weavers. This film will show Delores as she teaches the art of basket making, including harvesting and preparing spruce roots and other materials. "Branches and Baskets" is infused by Churchill's passion for weaving and basket making, her enthusiasm for understanding culture and history and her strong sense of connection to the natural world. In creating a film about Delores, we will be telling a story about the revitalization of weaving, which in the region where the film is set involves artists throughout Southeast Alaska and part of Canada and Northwestern U.S, as they combine a contemporary eye with methods from long ago. For more information contact: Baskets and Branches PO Box 6224 Sitka, AK 99835 ellen@efclicks.net www.artchangeinc.org

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