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    Development Philanthropy Donate List of Donors Media Center Blog Newsletter Albums Home Media Center Words of Wisdom newsletter Media Center The Blog Keep up with the latest news and commentary about philanthropy in Northwest Indian Country Words of Wisdom newsletter March 2009 pdf Native Arts Grants awarded to 13 New Media Training workshop offers best practices We ve moved to new offices Newsletter archives Photo and Video Albums 2008 Gala

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    We Are What We Do Gala Grants Community Building Native Arts The Canoe Journey Leaders Philanthropy Training Workshops Leadership Development Philanthropy Donate List of Donors Media Center Blog Newsletter Albums Home The Potlatch Spirit Gala Gala 2011 Last Next 206

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    We Are What We Do Gala Grants Community Building Native Arts The Canoe Journey Leaders Philanthropy Training Workshops Leadership Development Philanthropy Donate List of Donors Media Center Blog Newsletter Albums Home The Potlatch Spirit Gala Gala 2009 Last Next 206

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    Wyoming John has been creating different types of media Although attending some formal schooling for the Arts he is mostly self taught John enjoys creating images with a story line and directing attention to life struggles and positive teachings I outline in my mind what I want to say on the canvas and create the image that best represents the story Although I mostly paint images of the Plains and Southwest I have been introduced to a whole new life force in the Northwest and enjoy the various water creatures and The Great Journey of the Coastal Clans and Families About the drum maker Tachini Salish Diné is an enrolled Navajo who grew up mainly on the Flathead Indian Reservation His mother is Salish an enrolled member in the Confederated Salish and Kootenai Tribes His father is Navajo an enrolled member Tachini has been involved in ceremony and spiritual practices his entire life Tachini grew up around the drum His parents and siblings are all singers and dancers at powwows He has been making drums as a calling for all of his adult life 22 years with thousands of drums crafted Tachini was the lead founder of a non profit

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    Red Eagle is a born and raised Northwest writer artist metal smith and carver He is of Dakota and Puget Sound Salish heritage and holds two degrees from the University of Washington Bachelor of Fine Arts in Metal Design and a Bachelor of Arts in Editorial Journalism Philip minored in Art Photography Photojournalism and Native American Studies Philip has been part of the Canoe Nations Program that is bringing back the Traditional Carved Canoe to the Northwest Philip is primarily concerned with using the canoe as an educational device for bringing about cultural change among the tribes and to bring the notion of traditional ideas to bring about healing and pride among Native youth The focus of the use of these canoes has been in canoe journeys which encourage group cooperation discipline and cultural pride Philip is also a visual artist and a photojournalist and has donated photographs for the 2014 Silent Auction His photos have appeared in American Indian Art Magazine Air Cal Magazine Northwest Ethnic News The Raven Chronicles The Seattle Post Intelligencer The Seattle Times and The Tacoma News Tribune as well as several exhibits across the country For the 2015 Silent Auction Philip chose to flex

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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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    celebrating traditional foods Cultural performances Leadership Honoring Awards Philanthropist of the Year Award Social Innovation Award Donated by Na ah Illhee Fund About the weaver Patti Puhn Squaxin Island who is a master weaver and recently completed an artist residency in New Zealand Patti works for the Squaxin Island Tribe and comes from a family of weavers Her weaving practice highlights the importance of preserving and enhancing her Squaxin culture

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    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 Arlene Joe Richard Woo About the Artist R W Adamson a Utah artist and poet spent many years researching to gain an understanding of the strength beliefs and weaknesses within the early Medicine Man Without a common spoken nor written language they used their own intellect to unmask the mysteries of life Much has been written and spoken for all of mankind to read This framed Shaman Mask by American artist R W Adamson is Initialed Numbered and Dated It is entirely crafted by hand with finger pressed red terra cotta clay hand strung natural domesticated bird feathers and hand painted The Mask is retired and is a very collectible work of art not only to mask collectors and art enthusiasts Arlene Joe and Richard Woo purchased this Mask from the Steilacoom Tribal Cultural Center about 10 years and will include the original papers Back to the Silent Auction Page Are you a Native artist or Native

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