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Native Artists: Livelihoods, Resources, Space, Gifts

Native Artists: Livelihoods, Resources, Space, Gifts

Number of Pages: 128

Publisher: Marcie Rendon and Ann Markusen

Year of Publication: 2009

Book Description: Examines the experiences of Ojibwe artists in Minnesota, including access to training, funding, space, paying markets, and institutional support; discrimination and isolation; and relationships with communities. Profiles artists and makes recommendations. Share

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Native Artists: Livelihoods, Resources, Space, Gifts

Examines the experiences of Ojibwe artists in Minnesota, including access to training, funding, space, paying markets, and institutional support; discrimination and isolation; and relationships with communities. Profiles artists and makes recommendations.

Examines the experiences of Ojibwe artists in Minnesota, including access to training, funding, space, paying markets, and institutional support; discrimination and isolation; and relationships with communities. Profiles artists and makes recommendations. Share

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