Native American Representational Art: online videos
See these online videos:
Achievement.org is a unique, non-profit entity that has an extensive collection of biographies, profiles and interviews of the great thinkers, achievers and influencers of our time. The site features video segments of an interview with Native American artist Fritz Scholder recorded on June 29, 1996 at Sun Valley, Idaho. Accessed May, 2015
Arizona Highways Television is a series of programs devoted to exploring the highways and byways of Arizona. The television programs were created in the spirit of Arizona Highways magazine, a division of the Arizona Department of Transportation. Arizona Highways Television was created in partnership with The Arizona Republic. Programs include:
Accessed May, 2015
Arizona Public Media offers a February 5, 2008 video (05:14) on Louis David Valenzuela. Sculptor Louis David Valenzuela is doing everyting he can do to keep the Yaqui culture alive through his art. Valenzuela's Pascola masks are in the collection of the Arizona State Museum. In this story, you will see how and why he creates those sacred masks. Accessed May, 2015
Fred Jones Jr Museum of Art has a videos page on its website containing a 4/8/14 gallery talk [53:04] for the exhibit Alan Houser Drawings: A Centennial Celebration. Another video [1:17:49] features a 9/19/12 gallery talk by collector James T. Bialac with Heather Ahtone. Accessed June, 2015.
Heard Museum maintained a Heard Videos page containing links to documentaries, interviews and performances. As of February, 2010 interviews include a three-part interview with Albuquerque Museum Curator Deborah Slaney who tours the C.G. Wallace collection of Zuni Jewelry. In other videos, Norman Sandfield discusses his seedpot collection and Nora Naranjo-Morse speaks about her sculpture. [Link found to be expired as of 2015 audit. TFAO is saving the citation for use by researchers.]
New Mexico KNME videos via YouTube:
[Link found to be expired as of 2015 audit. TFAO is saving the citation for use by researchers.]
Maria Martinez: Notable New Mexican [5:08] Orginally broadcast on New Mexico PBS station KNME.
The Museum of Indian Arts and Culture website includes a link to the museum's YouTube channel. The channel contains numerous videos featuring Native American speakers. Accessed May, 2015.
Navajo Weaving from Current.tv. Evangeline Succo teaches her son Ian about Navajo weaving. [Link found to be expired as of 2015 audit. TFAO is saving the citation for use by researchers.]
From New Mexico PBS via YouTube, a six minute video Maria Martinez: Notable New Mexican. Also see Allan Houser: Notable New Mexican from New Mexico PBS - 5 minutes - Jul 17, 2006.
The Peabody Essex Museum, Salem, MA produced an online presentation titled Indian Market: New Directions in Southwestern Native American Pottery to accompany a 2002 exhibition. The "Indian Market" segment describes the annual event in a video interview with Sicangu Lakota artist and psychiatrist Thomas Haukass. Accessed May, 2015.
PBS maintains an online archive of individual segments from NewsHour with Jim Lehrer. Several segments covering the visual arts are available by video search in the Arts & Entertainment category by keyword "Jeffrey Brown". Arts correspondent Jeffrey Brown reports: November 25, 2004 on the Smithsonian's newly-opened National Museum of the American Indian in Washington, D.C.; September 21, 2004 on the opening of National Museum of the American Indian in Washington, D.C. [Link found to be expired as of 2015 audit. TFAO is saving the citation for use by researchers.]
ResearchChannel provides an online video-on-demand library containing streaming content including lectures on the arts and humanities. Content as of April, 2007 includes: The Exploration of Northwest Coast Indian Art in which according to the Research Channel, "...Professor Emeritus Bill Holm examines how Northwest Coast Native American Art has been perceived over the generations and what is going on today to understand it." Produced by University of Washington, January 14, 2003. 47 minutes. [Link found to be expired as of 2015 audit. TFAO is saving the citation for use by researchers.]
Dr. Mark Sublette, owner of Medicine Man Gallery in Tucson and Santa Fe, has created a channel of YouTube online videos on topics relating to Native American baskets, weavings, pottery and carvings. As of 2011, titles included:
Accessed May, 2015.
The WGBH/Boston Forum Network is an audio and video streaming web site dedicated to curating and serving live and on-demand lectures, including a number of videos on Art and Architecture. Partners include a number of museums, colleges, universities and other cultural organizations. See listings of related videos in this catalogue indexed by partner name. Boston College partnered with the WGBH Forum Network for: Religious Imagery in Navajo Textiles (1 hour, 11 minutes) a lecture by Rebecca Valette, professor, french, Boston College, who explains that seemingly abstract Navajo designs are, in fact, religious symbols imbued with specific meanings. [November 7, 2002] Accessed May, 2015.
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