Monthly Archives: July 2011

Emerging Indigenous Voices San Francisco Artist Gathering

The Emerging Indigenous Voices: A New Generation of Artists – San Francisco Gathering will came to an end on July 24 after two-weeks of working side by side in the print studio at San Francisco State University and working collaboratively … Continue reading

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Artist Spotlight: Michael Horse

Michael Horse is an internationally acclaimed and award winning artist, a well known movie and television actor, and an activist for Native American rights. He was born near Tucson, Arizona of Yaqui, Zuni, and Mescalero Apache descent. His art and … Continue reading

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A Message from the Kua’aina Associates Director

Our Warmest Welcome to the Emerging Indigenous Voices: A New Generation of Artists participants and faculty as they start arriving this weekend to the City by the Bay…San Francisco. Our journey has been a long time coming….lots of planning, networking, … Continue reading

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Two ways to donate

The Emerging Indigenous Voices is a year long, three-tier project that will begin Summer 2011 in San Francisco, California and conclude on the island of Maui in 2012. To help ensure the project’s success, Kua’aina Associates has created two ways … Continue reading

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Meet our Panelists

Day One of the Emerging Indigenous Voices Project will showcase a panel of established indigenous artists who will offer pearls of wisdom to our emerging artists about how to carry forth an indigenous voice grounded in the teachings of the … Continue reading

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Emerging Indigenous Voices Opening Day Agenda

The Emerging Indigenous Voices: A New Generation of Artists faculty and artists will converge on the San Francisco State University campus this weekend to begin a two-week long artist gathering. During this time they will discuss and reflect upon their … Continue reading

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