Home and Garden, Edward Poitras (Gordon First Nation), 2009, canvas, rope, wood, rice, dollar bills Edward Curtis, Paparazzi: Chicken Hawks, Jim Denomie (Ojibwe), 2009, oil on canvas Auto Immune Response #5, Will Wilson (Dine), 2005, digital inkjet print Braid, Marie K. Watt (Seneca), 2005, reclaimed wool blankets, satin binding
Above are selected images from the work of Eiteljorg Fellows. To see more, visit the official Fellowship website.
Eiteljorg Contemporary Art Fellowship
The Eiteljorg Museum features the world’s foremost collection of contemporary Native American art. The museum’s commitment to contemporary fine art features sponsorship of the Eiteljorg Contemporary Art Fellowship, which celebrates the established and emerging Native American artists of today.
Click here to apply for the 2015 Contemporary Art Fellowship.
The Eiteljorg Contemporary Art Fellowship program engages artists, art historians, and scholars in an exploration and reinterpretation of Native American cultural and artistic traditions through biennial exhibitions, publications, and associated events. Since 1999, the Fellowship program has awarded over $1,125,000 in unrestricted grants and fueled the acquisition of more than 200 pieces of art by 45 contemporary artists to the permanent collection.

Visitors to the Eiteljorg Museum are invited to experience the new voices in Native American art through the Eiteljorg Fellowship exhibition and the permanent contemporary collection at the Eiteljorg Museum.

Click here to learn more about past Fellowships.
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