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Native Artists: Support Available for Depicting Justice Through Your Art

Apply now for $4k stipend for sharing artwork that depicts or reflects Native justice

 

January 5, 2023

Art is an integral part of Native culture, serving as a way to visually address complex issues, emotions, and ideas while preserving and perpetuating Native knowledge systems. And, including the perspectives of Native artists is essential to building a movement to advance Native justice.

As part of our new project, "Justice Through the Lens of Native Artists," First Nations is constructing an artistic narrative that considers what justice looks like or means to Native artists.

Native artists who are American Indian, Alaska Native, and/or Native Hawaiian are invited to submit one piece of art or artistic production that depicts or reflects Native justice in their communities through the artist's eyes. Selected artists will receive a stipend of $4,000. See details here.

Eligible artists may be skilled in any medium, including weaving, painting, carving, sculpting, pottery, photography, or written word, and submitted artwork may be traditional, contemporary, or a combination.

Learn more and apply by Wednesday, February 1, 2023!

Justice Through the Lens of Native Artists:

https://www.firstnations.org/rfps/justice-through-the-lens-of-native-artists/?bbeml=tp-pck9Q6QNPEiuBt3JmyTokQ.j8uYhlNlaaESUPkTDvIQb0g.rwIV--RkhV0WzmcGYh1ADoA.lnB-8WyASU0uq1OQ9MeAgoQ

 

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