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  • Episode 25: Interview with Dan Piraro

    by Eiteljorg Museum | Jun 06, 2012
    This week we talk with Dan Piraro, creator of the nationally-syndicated, panel cartoon, Bizarro. Piraro is an artist in residence at the museum.
  • Episode 24: Interview with John Pigeon (Pokagon Band of Potawatomi)

    by Eiteljorg Museum | Jun 06, 2012
    John Pigeon is a member of the Pokagon Band of Potawatomi. He specializes in black ash basketry which involves pounding the wood of a black ash tree until he can pull long strips from it. His knowledge of basketry comes from his parents and grandparents and he continues the tradition with his children who have also become weavers.
  • Episode 23: Interview with Douglas Miles (Apache) and Yatika Fields (Osage)

    by Eiteljorg Museum | Jun 06, 2012
    Miles and Fields, artists-in-residence at the Eiteljorg Museum of American Indians and Western Art, shared their unique creativity with IPS students, joining budding artists from Arsenal Tech High School, Harshman Middle School and Schools 14 and 54, to create a mural that will travel to each of the schools and find a permanent home at the John H. Boner Community Center on the Indianapolis' East Side.
  • Episode 22: Storytime with Sue 12 Days of Christmas

    by Eiteljorg Museum | Jun 06, 2012
    On this segment of Storytime with Sue, she presents the holiday classic 12 Days of Christmas but with a little twist. The music found in this podcast is by The Mystery Renderer.
  • Episode 21: Interview with Inuit throat singers

    by Eiteljorg Museum | Jun 06, 2012
    This week we talk to Kendra Tagoona and Charlotte Qamaniq both throat singers from Ottawa, Canada. They let us in on how they got into throat singing, the history of it and what throat singing is. Visit the Our Land opening events page on our Website to see an example of throat singing.
  • Episode 20: Interview with Catalina Delgado Trunk

    by Eiteljorg Museum | Jun 06, 2012
    This week Tamara Winfrey Harris speaks with artist-in-residence Catalina Degado Trunk. While Catalina Delgado Trunk's academic art training focused on painting and drawing, her current work is rooted in the folk arts of her native Mexico. Catalina integrates traditional Mexican art forms–such as public ofrendas (temporary altars) and papel picado (cut paper)–with non-traditional or unusual themes that reflect today’s society. Trunk talks about how most of her works of art consist of altars or cut paper images that echo mythical, spiritual, and religious iconography or honor historic and contemporary personalities. In this episode she talks about her work and the Mexican celebration of Día de los Muertos.
  • Episode 19: Interview with Baxter Black

    by Eiteljorg Museum | Jun 06, 2012
    This week producer Anthony Scott takes the reigns for an interview with Baxter Black. This cowboy poet and former large animal vet tells some great stories of the range and how got started.
  • Episode 18: Interview with Kristen Kuntz, Eiteljorg marketing intern

    by Eiteljorg Museum | Jun 06, 2012
    This week, host, Tamara Winfrey Harris talks with Kristen Kuntz. She is interning with the marketing and communications department of the musem and talks about what she likes about the museum.
  • Episode 16: The story of The Celebrated Jumping Frog of Calaveras County

    by Eiteljorg Museum | Jun 06, 2012
    Storytime with Sue returns as she tells us Mark Twain's tale of The Celebrated Jumping Frog of Calaveras County.
  • Episode 15: Discussion of Navajo culture for Navajo Day on April 12

    by Eiteljorg Museum | Jun 06, 2012
    This week host, Tamara Winfrey Harris talks with TahNibaa Naataani, whos is a Navajo weaver; Tony Showa, a Navajo drum maker; and Jody Rust, who is a cast worker for the American Indian Center in Indianapolis and also was a teacher on a Navajo reservation. They discuss ther experiences on the reservation, as artists and more.
  • Episode 14: Debbie Drye Katsina Artist

    by Eiteljorg Museum | Jun 06, 2012
    This week on EM Radio we sit down with katsina artist, Debbie Drye (Hopi). She talks about her experiences as a women artist in an artform dominated by men and how that has impacted her work. She also tells us about how she bcame an artist in this medium and what katsinas are.
  • Episode 13: Hear about the Exodusters with James Nottage

    by Eiteljorg Museum | Jun 06, 2012
    Vice President and chief curatorial officer, James Nottage talks to Tamara this week about the Exidusters. Find out how this group of African Americans impacted the settlement of the West.
  • EM Radio: Episode 12: Storytime with Sue, Snowshoe rabbit and cottontail rabbit

    by Eiteljorg Museum | Jun 06, 2012
    Leading up to the American Girl Kaya day at the Eitlejorg Museum Sue Thompson, EM Radio's resident storyteller, tells the Nez Pearce story of snowshoe rabbit and cottontail rabbit.
  • EM Radio: Episode 11: Interview with Ashley Holland

    by Eiteljorg Museum | Jun 06, 2012
    This week we talk to Ashley Holland about the new exhibti Our People, Our Land, Our Images: International Indigenous Photographers. This exhibition explores the reclamation of Indigenous people’s visual representation through photography.
  • Episode 10: Interview with artist-in-residence James Watkins

    by Eiteljorg Museum | Jun 06, 2012
    This week we talk with artist-in-residence James Watkins. He is known for his incredible work with ceramics. During his weeklong residency, Watkins will work with visiting school groups, conduct a public raku firing using a raku kiln, and offer a lecture on his work. The artist was the focus of the 2005 Eiteljorg exhibit A Meditation of Fire: The Art of James C. Watkins.
  • Episode 9: Wounded Knee

    by Eiteljorg Museum | Jun 06, 2012
    Coming in January the Eiteljorg Museum will explore both incidents at Wounded Knee. It will all culminate with a symposium that will include participants in the 1973 incident at Wounded Knee. This week we talk with Larry Zimmerman, the museum's public scholar of Native American representation. He talks about both incidents at Wounded Knee, their relevance to the American Indian Movement and what it means to us today.
  • Episode 8: Cowboy Night Before Christmas

    by Eiteljorg Museum | Jun 06, 2012
    This week, storyteller Sue Thompson tells the story of the Cowboy Night before Christmas.
  • Episode 7: Las Posadas

    by Eiteljorg Museum | Jun 06, 2012
    Our resident storyteller, Sue Thompson, tells us a story adapted from the book, 'The Night of Las Posadas' by Tomie dePaola.
  • EM Radio: Episode 6: Conversation with Cathy Morris

    by Eiteljorg Museum | Jun 06, 2012
    On Dec. 1 the Eiteljorg Museum will host the sixth annual Winter Market. This year more than 50 artists from accross the region will be here selling their works including glass, beadwork, gourds, paintings and more. Also, there will be performances by Monika Herzig, Cathy Morris and others. This week we talk with Cathy Morris. This electric violin player offers a very eclectic sound fusing jazz, funk and more.Dawn Glinsmann, Ph.D. presents her paper 'Teaching Contemporary Northwest Coast Native American Art: Artists as Teachers; Students as Docents'
  • 2007 Fellowship keynote address by Jaune Quick-to-See Smith (Flathead)

    by Eiteljorg Museum | Jun 06, 2012
    Jaune Quick-to-See Smith presented the keynote address at the lunch for the 2007 Fellowship symposium.
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