NATIVE ARTS AND CULTURES
FOUNDATION AWARDS FELLOWSHIPS TO 12 NATIVE ARTISTS IN
Arts and Cultures Foundation (NACF)
has awarded its 2013 Artist
Fellowships. Fellowships were
awarded in six disciplines,
including: dance; film;
literature; music; traditional;
and visual arts. The fellowship
are $10,000 and $20,000. The
total allocation was $200,000.
The Native Arts and Cultures
a national 501(c)(3) charity
dedicated to fostering the
revitalization, appreciation and
perpetuation of Native arts and
"It is NACF's mission to provide
support and to nurture the
creativity of this country's
Native artists through our
fellowship and other grantmaking
Lulani Arquette from NACF. "We
congratulate the 2013 fellows
for inspiring the nation, for
their vision, their innovation,
and for bringing the creative
spirit of Native peoples to the
List of 2012-2013
Bobby Bullet (Chippewa)
Iron River, Mich.
Brent Michael Davids
Band of the Mohican
Saint Paul, Minn
Natalie Diaz (Mojave)
Mohave Valley, Ariz.
Joan Kane (Iņupiat)
Andrew Okpeaha Maclean (Iņupiat)
New York City
Christopher Kaui Morgan
North Bethesda, Md
Cyril Pahinui (Native
Ronald Paquin (Sault
Ste. Marie Band of
Teri Rofkar (Tlingit)
Rosy Simas (Seneca)
Rose Simpson (Santa
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