I Stand in the Center of the Good: Interviews with Contemporary Native American Artists

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Two brochures are available from the post office. Each provides a brief history of the murals, with titles and descriptions, and one has black and white reproductions. An interesting exhibition of earlier murals, executed in 1929 by Spencer Asah, Jack Hokeah, Stephen Mopope, and James Auchiah, was held at the Southern Plains Indian Museum and Crafts Center in Anadarko, Oklahoma, in 1991
2
George Longfish, quoted in Margaret Archuleta and Rennard Strickland, eds., Shared Visions ( Phoenix, AZ: Heard Museum, 1991), p. 94.
3
Paula Gunn Allen, The Sacred Hoop ( Boston: Beacon Press, 1986), p. 69.
4
Paul Zolbrod, "White Shell Woman and Other Mysteries: Poetry and Painting in the Wheelwright Gallery," lecture presented at the Wheelwright Museum of the American Indian, Santa Fe, New Mexico, April, 1991 (p. 24 in printed text of lecture). Focusing on the connections between Navajo verbal and visual art, Zolbrod discusses in some detail the ways that each art form shapes the other.
5
Paula Gunn Allen, Spider Woman's Granddaughters: Traditional Tales and Contemporary Writing by Native American Women ( New York: Fawcett Columbine, 1989), p. 8.
6
Henry Louis Gates, Jr., " 'Ethnic and Minority' Studies," in Introduction to Scholarship in Modern Languages and Literatures, ed. Joseph Gibaldi, 2d ed. ( New York: Modern Language Association of America, 1992), pp. 298-99.
7
Paula Gunn Allen, " 'Border' Studies: The Intersection of Gender and Color," ibid., p. 309.
8
Rick Hill, Creativity Is Our Tradition: Three Decades of Contemporary Indian Art at the Institute of American Indian Arts ( Santa Fe, NM: Institute of American Indian and Alaska Native Culture and Arts Development, 1992), p. 15
9
George Longfish and Joan Randall, "Made by Choice," in The Extension of Tradition: Contemporary Northern California Native American Art in Cultural Perspective, ed. Frank LaPena and Janice Driesbach ( Sacramento, CA: Crocker Art Museum 1985), p. 45.
10
Eugene Odum, Fundamentals of Ecology, 3d ed. ( Philadelphia: W. B. Saunders, 1971), pp. 157-58.

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