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James Black

Just Call Me Scott

By James Black I first meet Pulitzer Prize winner N. Scott Momaday in the spring of 2017, through a mutual friend. The day was filled with questions and laughter. On a fall morning in October 2018. I had coffee with Momaday. He requested a large latte. We had a really good visit drinking our coffee....
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Holly Wilson’s Art Keeps Stories Alive

By James Black There are many different types of artists that work in many different forms of media. The Institute of American Indian Museum of Contemporary Native Arts held a video conferencing session with the artist Holly Wilson to see how she creates her work, which has been featured at MoCNA in the exhibition called,...
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Reflections on Native American Ledger Art

By James Black  Native people who roamed and lived in the plains, and hunted the massive herds of buffalo on the Great Plains of North America, lived their everyday lives and had a history. They would tell about their everyday lives, battles and their history on the hides of animals. They would use a primitive...
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