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    to create innovative images executed with extraordinary craftsmanship He took the top prize at Portland s first annual Indian Art Northwest market in 1998 He has won the Best of Show award at the 2008 Autry Museum Intertribal Art Market in L A with a glass and bronze totem called Endangered Most recently Ed and his wife Jhane Myers NoiseCat won the Best of Show award at the 52nd Annual Heard Museum Guild Indian Market with a collaborative piece entitled Coyote as Champion In the mid 90 s He won a major Midwest public art commission with a four foot high portrait mask honoring Little Crow one of the region s great chiefs NoiseCat grew up in British Columbia s remote mountainous interior with his mother s people the Canim Lake Band of Shuswap Indians He draws inspiration from his mother s plateau culture and from his father s people the Stlitlimx closer to the coast NoiseCat graduated from the prestigious Emily Carr College of Art and Design in Vancouver B C where he studied printmaking In 1986 he moved to New York to work as a fine art lithographer at print shops including world renowned Tyler Graphics Ed has

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    regalia beaded sets hats hair barrettes earring etc You can view her current work and any shipping updates on her Facebook page Seahawks FANatic medallion is slightly larger than the size of a CD It features a Beadwork by Abriel original design of double Seahawks surrounding the 12 accented in turquoise beads Medallion is beaded with 3 cut Czech beads with seed beads wrapping around the entire medallion The back

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    dinner receptions Native art silent auction Dinner celebrating traditional foods Cultural performances Leadership Honoring Awards Philanthropist of the Year Award Social Innovation Award Fox Anthony Spears Karuk An enrolled member of the Karuk Tribe of California Fox was born and raised in the Pacific Northwest He recently earned a Design BFA from Cornish College of the Arts and has also studied at Pilchuck Glass School and the Institute of American Indian Arts In 2009 he was selected as the first Emerging College Artist by the Smithsonian s National Museum of the American Indian and he has also received grants and awards from a variety of organizations including the National Native Creative Development Program at the Evergreen Longhouse Potlatch Fund and Worldstudio American Institute of Graphic Arts Many of his prints and drawings are inspired by the geometric patterns found in Karuk basketry This original one of a kind monotype image is about 10 x10 It is mounted on an 18 x18 BFK Rives paper 100 cotton matted and placed in a solid walnut frame Sky Earth Water was printed in 2011 at Crow s Shadow Institute of the Arts on the Confederated Tribes of the Umatilla Reservation near Pendleton Oregon

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    7 00PM Saturday November 7 2015 Tulalip Resort Casino Tulalip WA Pre and post dinner receptions Native art silent auction Dinner celebrating traditional foods Cultural performances Leadership Honoring Awards Philanthropist of the Year Award Social Innovation Award Phyllis Grant Standing Rock Sioux Phyllis Grant is a member of the Standing Rock Sioux Hunkpapa Lakota Sitting Bulls Band and she has lived in the Northwest most of her life During the past 30 years as a Native artist Phyllis has done tanning using the Native tradition of brain tanning and has reproduced American Indian artifacts from numerous tribes Early in Phyllis career she worked as a curator at the Museum of Native American Cultures in Spokane Washington During this time she learned about the value in researching artifacts Although Phyllis specializes in Plains art forms she is versatile in researching and interpreting other tribal art forms as she enjoys the diversity Phyllis skill in ethnographic art include painting beading porcupine quill work sewing making rawhide producing rawhide containers of all sizes and of course brain tanning She graduated from Fort Wright College with a BA in art in Spokane WA and earned a Master in Education from Heritage University in Toppenish

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    Native Art Grant Cycle Check Avalilability 13th Annual Gala 7 00PM Saturday November 7 2015 Tulalip Resort Casino Tulalip WA Pre and post dinner receptions Native art silent auction Dinner celebrating traditional foods Cultural performances Leadership Honoring Awards Philanthropist of the Year Award Social Innovation Award Marlene Simla Yakama As an artist Marlene began painting at an early age While attending the Institute of American Indian Arts in Santa Fe she was tutored by Allen Houser He encouraged her to pursue painting and the fine arts She paints with brilliant colors and is re writing and illustrating Native American legends for a series of children s picture books Additionally she paints landscapes horses and Native Americans attending to traditional affairs Marlene has earned numerous blue ribbons from the annual Speelyi Trade Fair and the Central Washington State Fair at Yakima She received the 2010 Enduring Spirit Award at the Native Women s Leadership Forum the 2011 Washington State Indian Education Association s Elder of the Year and the 2010 Potlatch Fund Leadership Award She recently completed a 12 month One Man Art Show hosted by the Yakama Nation Cultural Museum Back to the Silent Auction Page Are you a Native

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    UW Press Where the Salmon Run tells the life story of Billy Frank Jr from his father s influential tales through the difficult and contentious days of the Fish Wars to today Based on extensive interviews with Billy his family close advisors as well as political allies and former foes and the holdings of Washington State s cultural institutions we learn about the man behind the legend and the people

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    and post dinner receptions Native art silent auction Dinner celebrating traditional foods Cultural performances Leadership Honoring Awards Philanthropist of the Year Award Social Innovation Award Natasha Alphonse Dënes iné Natasha is First Nations Canadian and runs her ceramic studio in Seattle Washington She studied her art first at Alberta College of Art and Design located in Alberta Canada and then went to Pacific Northwest College of Art in Portland Oregon Natasha finds the wonder in taking a simple element such as clay and making special objects that welcome nature and beauty into your everyday creating details for carefully considered living For the 2015 Silent Auction Natasha is donating two bowls each about 6 25 inches wide and 5 5 inches tall They are fired in an atmospheric soda kiln with a stoneware clay The outside is unglazed with a silk screened drawing of grey netting that wraps around half the bowl Variations of smooth glossy and dry textures surround the bowl because of the firing process in which we spray in a glass former that vaporizes and travels through the kiln touching each piece uniquely It is glazed inside with a light white that will patina with use These bowls

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    Auction will help support the 2016 Native Art Grant Cycle Check Avalilability 13th Annual Gala 7 00PM Saturday November 7 2015 Tulalip Resort Casino Tulalip WA Pre and post dinner receptions Native art silent auction Dinner celebrating traditional foods Cultural performances Leadership Honoring Awards Philanthropist of the Year Award Social Innovation Award Donated by Charlotte Coté PhD Evelyn Thompson Dr Charlotte Coté is a member of the Tseshaht First Nation which is one of the groups that make up the larger Nuu chah nulth Nation on the west coast of Vancouver Island in British Columbia Canada She has been living and working in Seattle since 2001 and is an Associate Professor of American Indian Studies at the University of Washington Dr Coté also serves as Chair of the University of Washington s Intellectual House Advisory Committee which built a coastal longhouse style facility on the Seattle campus that opened earlier this year during the spring In 2007 she was appointed to the Board of Directors for Potlatch Fund and currently serves as the Board President Her niece Evelyn Thompson beaded the donated earrings Back to the Silent Auction Page Are you a Native artist or Native author Do you own

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