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Six Indigenous Artists Awarded $50,000 Fellowships


February 10, 2021

"This Is Not A Snake / The One Who Checks & The One Who Balances," by Cannupa Hanska Luger, 2017-2020. Ceramic, riot gear, fiber, steel, oil drums, concertina wire, ammunition cans, trash, found objects, beadwork, surplus industrial felt, afghan, dimensions: 6.5 × 3 × 50 feet. (Craig Smith; courtesy of Heard Museum)

The United States Artists (USA) fellowship announced winners last week, which included six Indigenous artists from across the country.

Sixty artists across ten creative disciplines and 22 states, as well as the District of Columbia and Puerto Rico, were each awarded a $50,000 fellowship.

Artists were awarded fellowships in the following disciplines: Architecture & Design, Craft, Dance, Film, Media, Music, Theater & Performance, Traditional Arts, Visual Art, and Writing.


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