Keynote speech “The Long Game” given at 2019 NAASA conference published in Arts 2020 journal

Keynote speech “The Long Game” given at 2019 NAASA conference published in Arts 2020 journal This keynote address was delivered by Sičáŋǧu Lakota artist Dyani White Hawk Polk at the Native American Art Studies Association Conference (NAASA) on 2 October 2019. NAASA is the leading professional and scholarly organization supporting and promoting the study and […]

White Hawk selected as 2019 United States Artist Fellow in Visual Art

From press release: “The 2019 USA Fellows range in age from their 20s through their 70s, hail from 20 states across urban, suburban, and ruralcommunities, each making significant contributions to their respective fields as architects, ceramicists, choreographers,filmmakers, podcasters, composers, playwrights, weavers, sculptors, journalists, and more.”

White Hawk selected as 2019 Eiteljorg Fellowship for Contemporary Art

From press release: “Five prominent Native American and First Nations artists have been selected for the 2019 Eiteljorg Contemporary Art Fellowship. Curator-chosen selections of their work – including installations, paintings, video, and mixed media – will go on exhibit Nov. 16, 2019, at the Eiteljorg Museum of American Indians and Western Art.”

White Hawk selected as 2019 Forecast for Public Art Mid-Career Professional Development Grant

Supports Minnesota-based mid-career artists seeking to expand or advance their careers in the field of public art, through a project idea or participation in career-enhancing activities (made possible by funding from McKnight Foundation) Mayer of Munich to Franklin Avenue White Hawk will attend a residency opportunity at the Franz Mayer of Munich studios in Munich, […]