GIA Reader, Vol 26, No 1 (Winter 2015)

GIA Reader, Vol 26, No 1 (Winter 2015)

On the cover:
In his artist statement, Nicholas Galanin (b. 1979, Sitka, Alaska) writes, “Culture cannot be contained as it unfolds. My art enters this stream at many different points, looking backwards, looking forwards, generating its own sound and motion. I am inspired by generations of Tlingit & Unangaxˆ creativity and contribute to this wealthy conversation through active curiosity. There is no room in this exploration for the tired prescriptions of the ‘Indian Art World’ and its institutions. Through creating I assert my freedom.”

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Contents of GIA Reader, Vol 26, No 1 (Winter 2015)

From the President & CEO

Special Section


Stop-and-Frisk (poem)
Citizen: An American Lyric (poem)

Member Reports

Book Review

Briefly Noted