Monday, March 31, 2008

spring melties

Click pic, for new posting at Anurag Art Online.
Pic of wooden model at Anurag Art.

Johnny [the beading kitty] says: "What are you starin' at?".
Johnny the beading kitty. Broken Vulture Art.


Expelled Exposed.
"Keep checking this space for the National Center for Science Education's official response to the Ben Stein movie Expelled..."

Police arrest anti-war protestor at mall.

Researchers find oldest European human fossil. In Spain; at 1.2 million years BP, it may be a common ancestor to Neanderthal and Sapiens.

It seems that there is trouble on the Lac Du Flambeau reservation. A standoff in the tribal offices, accusations of missing money and actual losses in a smorgasboard of casino investments.

Spring melt 1-2008
spring melt 1 - 2008. Broken Vulture Art.


A new exhibit at the Iroquois Indian Museum [Howes Cave, New York]; "Baseball’s League of Nations: A Tribute to Native American Baseball Players". April 1, 2008 through December 31, 2008. Gallery opening April 5, 3-6.

No Place for the Word 'Squaw'"
Change "Strait of Georgia" to "Salish Sea"? That's a fine idea. But if this province is serious about changing place names born of its colonial past, then the first place to start is a spot in northern B.C. that signs tell us is "Squaw Lake"...

Another Native Blog, The Voice in the Wilderness. This blog focuses on issues of spirituality.

Northwest Coast Native Arts Group, at myspace.

Another Native Blog, Tribal Employee.
"These are posts about politics, culture, and other issues from the Navajo Nation. Criticize, enjoy, thanks for viewing."

Other Native Blogs,Insolent NDN and The Marigold Trail.

Here's a link to a cool Flickr set; a forest growing through an abandoned roller coaster.

Nat. Museum of the American Indian [NMAI] announces inaugural grants winners.
"Grants are made in two funding areas, the visual arts and the expressive arts. Visual arts awards support exhibitions and installations of contemporary American Indian art, as well as publications and critical writing. The expressive arts category supports the creation and presentation of new works with an emphasis on collaboration."

Design a flag for Canada's National Aboriginal Solidarity Day, win money and trip to fabulous Winnipeg!!! Open to Canadian youth, 12-17; deadline May 16, 2008.

It's that time again, Income-Tax season; are you eligible for exemptions (Canadian)?


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