5-1 Summer 1993 “Art: The Continuing Legacy” Table of ContentsMay 15th, 1993 | By tcj | Category: 5-1: Art, Archives
Traditional and contemporary art is promoted at the Institute of American Indian Art.
By Clifford LaFramboise and Marie Watt
Artist in Resistance
A review of Corwin Clairmont’s art by Eduardo Rabel.
From the Artist’s Hands to the Collector’s Shelf
The process of pricing and selling art revealed.
By Andrea Cooper Coron
When Art and Business Don’t Mix
Marketing can be overemphasized in art education, warns Margaret MacKichan.
Selling Art, Respecting Tradition
How to balance the need to honor culture and make money in art.
By Dennis R. Fox and Andrea Cooper Coron
The Sculptor, The Basket Weaver and The Carver
Three Northwest Indian College artists carry on traditions of the Pacific coast.
By Susan Syzmanski and Lyn Dennis
Profile: Making the Environment Her Business
By Marjane Ambler
Voices: Fear and Discovery
James McKenzie reflects on a summer spent teaching at a tribal college.
By Schuyler Houser
ON THE COVER: Navajo silversmith from the Smithsonian Institute, National Anthropological Archives.