Sites listed here will provide information on the arts or folk arts of the Native American culture.
Links and articles from InfoPlease.
Extensive collection of more than 2,300 photographs and 3,800 pages of text on the lives of Native Americans in the Northwest.
Description of and instructions for making Arapaho Moccasins, from the Museum and Research Center of the American Mountain Men.
Uses documentary film, photography, artwork and music to honor and explore Native American storytelling.
Native art professor's blog with artist biographies, photos and ask a question function.
Non-profit organization created to recognize, honor and promote American Indian participation in the arts and entertainment industry.
Independent producers and distributors of educational videos on Native North American and First Nations art, culture and artists.
Defines native folk art and discusses the work of Willeto, Riggs, Harrison Juan, Warren and Deschillie with photos.
Directory of sites regarding Indian music, art, powwows, and languages.
Information on designers with biography and culture.
Online information about film, video, and radio produced by indigenous peoples of the Americas and Hawaii.
Sketches of traditional clothing for various tribes of North America, particularly the eastern United States.
A Native American Indian tribal arts agency for visual, literature, music, dance and drama or performing arts of ethnic peoples.
Information for kids about Native American cultures, homes, clothing and food, chiefs and heroes, and battles. Many illustrations. In English and French.
Historic and modern pictures of tipis plus links to manufacturers and published articles.
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