Artist/Art Educators
Idyllwild Arts
Anderson Ranch

Opportunities | Arizona, California, New Mexico
Librarian/Borderlands Curator @ University of Arizona
The Phoenix Office of Arts and Culture’s Public Art Program Call to Artists
California Arts Council- Artist Calls
TransN2Tees Blog- Creative Reuse Centers
Alliance of Artist Communities – Artist Resources
Getting Your Sh*t Together- Free Resources for Artists
Working Artist Org – Resources

Grant Opportunities
Native Arts and Cultures Programs- Resources for artists
Artist Communities- Programs and grants
First Peoples Fund

What is NAGPRA?
What is the American Indian Arts and Crafts Act of 1990?
Heard Museum Native Artists Resource Collection
Artwork Archive
First People First Cultural Foundation (Australian based artist organization)
Creative Bloq | Art and Design Inspiration
Native Arts and Culture Foundation 

Fellowship Opportunities
Ronald and Susan Dubin Native Artist Fellowship (Due January 15 Every Year)
Anne Ray Internship Application (Due March of Every Year)
Ucross Fellowship for Native American Visual Artists (Due September 1st and March 1st)
Artists in Business Leadership Fellowship (Due September 13th)
Cultural Capital Fellowship (Due September 13th)
Luce/ACLS Dissertation Fellowships in American Art (Due October 27th)
PEM Native American Fellowship Programs
VCCA Fellowships (Annual deadlines of January 15, May 15, and September 15)

Save the Date
Indigenous Peoples Day (October 11th)
Native American Heritage Month 2021 (November)
2022 Hoop Dance World Championship
64th Annual Hearn Museum Guild Indian Fair and Market

Articles to Read
Native plants become Native art. What happens when they’re gone?
Tuft Life: Stitching Sovereignty in Contemporary Indigenous Art
Uneasy Terrain: Image, Text, Landscape, and Contemporary Indigenous Artists in the United States
Running the “Medicine Line”: Images of the Border in Contemporary Native American Art
Contemporary Native American Women Artists: Visual Expressions of Feminism, the Environment, and Identity (2005)

Current Events in Indigenous Arts
‘This Is What We Should Have Had All Along’
Years later, Chickasaw remains returning home
Art installation calls for return of Native lands
 Indigenous Art and Sovereignty Inspiring Change against Environmental Degradation
Haida artist Tamara Bell installs 215 shoes on the steps of Vancouver Art Gallery
MFA appoints first curator of Native American art
‘Poet Warrior’ Joy Harjo Wants Native Peoples To Be Seen As Human
A new generation of Indigenous artists takes on Indian Market and beyond
PHOTO FINISH: Unseen images from an epic exploration of Alaska Native culture are finally seeing the light
“Truly Heartbreaking”: Osage Nation Decries Sale of Cave Containing Indigenous Art

Native Artists Resource Group