Hello, my name is John Stillwell and I make and play Native American flutes. I have been doing this for about ten years now and the joy of making and playing flutes is never ending. I am completely se...
Turquoise is a sacred stone "that has been used for centuries to adorn ritual objects and is still considered a cherished possession by Native Americans and Mexican Indians," says Carol Karasik, autho...
Having a Native art gallery and teaching Native People for over twenty five years, there are certain, repetitive statements I have heard over and over. "It's horrible what we did to the Indian People"...
Having replicated antiquities of indigenous Native American people for over a quarter of a century, I have come into contact with many forgers. One may ask," what is the difference between a replicat...
Phoenix, the capital of Arizona, is a popular destination for people visiting the USA's southwest region. Known as 'Hoozdo' (or, colloquially, 'this place is hot') in the Navajo language, Phoenix is w...
* The Powwow is the Native American's way of getting together - meeting, singing, visiting, renewing old friendships and making new ones. * The Powwow is the Native American's way of renewing the old ...
As one of the oldest cities in the United States, Albuquerque boasts a unique multicultural heritage and history where Native American, Latino, Hispanic, Anglo and other cultural influences are ...
The Beautiful blue and green hues of turquoise have long been prized by the Native American peoples of the southwestern part of the USA. Entire cultures were built on mining turquoise and crafti...
Cross-culturally, there is a common belief in spiritual help that is witnessed as an intervention from a non-physical realm into the physical realm that transcends, changes, or heals. This non-physica...
Contemporary Native American flute music duo NightDancers performs at storied New York City venue Kenny's Castaways on Thursday, December 6th, at 7:00pm. Billed as the Official New York City CD ...