Art, News

Making Native Art Known During Pandemic Times

In our fall issue of Practicing Anthropology you can find a short piece
by editorial team member Gwendolyn Saul, Curator of Ethnography at the New York State Museum, about highlighting contemporary work by Indigenous artists during COVID-19.

You can find a recent talk here by Dr. Saul and Shinnecock contemporary artist Jeremy Dennis who co-curated an online exhibit with Lauren Brincat, curator at Preservation Long Island.

We are honored to host this cover image on the fall issue of Practicing Anthropology. This painting is by artist Erwin Printup, Jr. called “Three Sisters.” Erwin is Cayuga and this work lives at the New York State Museum. See more of the contemporary art in this collection here.

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