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Freeland debuts latest film at Sundance

After a brilliant run by her first feature-length film, Drunktown’s Finest in 2014, she returns to debut her most recent work, Deidra & Laney Rob A Train.


Ornamental art

Navajo artist’s decoration spotlighted at the Heard

Arts Arts & Entertainment

Real characters

Super Indian, John Redcorn, Star Wars featured at Indigenous Comic Con


Diné Chef presides at NMAI’s restaurant

One chef from the Navajo Nation is mastering different foods from various Indigenous cultures in the most famous Native American restaurant in the country.

Arts Music

The Navajo pianist

Connor Chee is back in Arizona, spreading his musical wings


Pueblo Film Fest to feature familiar faces, newcomers

The Gallup-based comedy/drama “Drunktown’s Finest” will be the featured film at the 3rd Annual Pueblo Film Festival, slated for Nov. 19-20 at the Indian Pueblo Cultural Center in Albuquerque.


Attention, Indigenerds!

Dr. Lee Francis IV (Laguna) and his cohorts at Native Realities Press will be bringing the first ever Indigenous Comic Con to the National Hispanic Cultural Center in Albuquerque Nov. 18-20.



Michael Billie’s art applies new themes to an ancient technique


Capturing a community

Photographers travel around area in mobile photo studio


Flying to the future with a Diné ‘sound artist’

In an exhibit space on the UNM campus, the slightly offset voice of a Diné speaker retells the Navajo Emergence story.