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Native America Calling: Telling Native stories with printmaking
Tuesday, January 23, 2024

Printmaking: transferring ink to tell Native stories
Artists like Fritz Scholder and T.C. Cannon are among the masters who inspired new generations of Native artists to express their stories and images through printmaking.

The art form has a long history in Asian and European cultures, but is a relatively new tradition among Native practitioners.

Join Native America Calling to talk with Indigenous artists who find turn to prints as part of their creative process.

"Indian Power" by Fritz Scholder
“Indian Power” by Fritz Scholder. Photo: C-Monster

Guests on Native America Calling
April Holder (Sac and Fox, Wichita, and Tonkawa), multi-disciplinary artist

Niveaksie Quvianaqtuliaq (Inuit), master printer at Kinngait Studios, a print studio in Kinngait

John Hitchcock (member of the Comanche Nation), artist and the Vilas Distinguished Achievement Professor at the University of Wisconsin-Madison

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