Society of Southwest Archivists
In partnership with the Craft Emergency Relief Fund (CERF+), ATALM is launching a dynamic six-month program that will empower, nurture, and celebrate 20 talented Native craft artists.
For the purpose of this program, "craft artist" is defined as artists who create or reproduce handmade objects for sale and exhibition using a variety of techniques such as weaving, pottery, beadwork, needlework, jewelry making, and other forms.
Key Program Features:
Applications for Craft Artists and Coaches/Mentors are now open through September 30, 2023. Accepted artists will be announced on October 26 at the ATALM conference. Questions may be directed to firstname.lastname@example.org.
As always, we are grateful for our partners and funders who make these life-changing programs possible. Thank you, CERF+ and the Ford and Windgate Foundations, for believing in the power of Native artists to foster creativity, preserve and advance cultural traditions, and ensure the longevity of Native craftsmanship.
With grateful hearts and warm regards,
THE ATALM BOARD OF GOVERNORS
Walter Echo-Hawk, Chairman of the Board
Susan Feller, President & CEO
Samonia Byford, Treasurer
W. Richard West
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