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Jenipapo-Kanindé; a lecture by filmmaker Vincent Carelli; and the display of In the Villages: Daily Life Under the Gaze of Indigenous Youth in Ceará, an exhibition of photography from six tribes in the region. The school can be reached via their Facebook page @ escoladecinemaindigena. ARTS ORGANIZATIONS The Dahl Arts Center in Rapid City, South Dakota, has selected Susan Hughes as its new executive director. Hughes, who previ- ously worked as an arts teacher in Honolulu and engaged with the Native Hawaiian community, understands the importance of expressing Native cultures and plans to bring that spirit to the Dahl Arts Center. Coe Center Experience our unique collections ART SHOWS Martha Berry won the Grand Prize at the 23rd annual Cherokee Homecoming Art Show, a juried exhibition of work by Cherokee artists at the Cherokee Heritage Center in Park Hill, Oklahoma. Tonia Hogner-Weavel received the Betty Scraper Garner Cherokee Elder Artist Award, and Brandy Brown won the Emerging Artist Award. Best-in-category winners are Phyllis Jimmeye, traditional arts; Mike Dart, traditional basketry; Troy Jackson, contemporary pottery; Renee Hoover, contemporary basketry; Ron Mitchell, visual arts; Dan Corley, sculpture; Carolyn Pallett, beadwork; Karen Berry, textiles; and Toneh Chuleewah, jewelry. ART FAIRS & MARKETS Sarah Sockbeson (Penobscot) won best of show at the 12th annual Woodland Indian Art Show and Market in Oneida, Wisconsin. Classification winners were Mercedes Danforth (Oneida Nation), youth; Dawn Dark Mountain (Oneida Nation), two-dimensional; Sarah Sockbeson, three-dimensional; Sayokla Williams (Oneida- Pequot), diversified; Rosa Francour (Oneida Nation), raised beadwork; Renee Dillard (Odawa), apparel and textiles; and Sarah Sockbeson, sustenance theme. Best-of-show winner at the 97th annual SWAIA Santa Fe Indian Market was Kevin Pourier (Oglala Lakota). Classification winners were Farrell Pacheco (Kewa), jewelry; Nancy Youngblood (Santa Clara Pueblo), pottery; Cara Romero (Chemehuevi), painting, drawing, graphics, and photography; Mavasta Honyouti (Hopi), wooden Pueblo figurative carving and sculpture; Terresa White (Yup'ik), sculpture; Nellie Begay (Navajo), textiles; Kevin Pourier, diverse arts; Dallin Maybee (Northern Arapaho-Seneca), bead- work and quillwork; Isaak Kohlmeyer (Jemez Pueblo), youth; and Jeremy Frey (Passamaquoddy), basketry. Moving images was eliminated as a classification this year. Special award winners included Adrian Pinnecoose (Navajo-Southern Ute), Bernard Ewell Innovation Award; Shane Hendren (Navajo), IAIA Distinguished Alumni Award; Karen Abeita (Hopi), Helen Naha Memorial Award for Hopi Pottery; Timothy Smith (Hopi-Laguna), Peter Dechert Award for Excellence in Native Art; and Darby Raymond-Overstreet (Navajo), Art of Technology Award. Eugene Tapahe (Navajo) won best of show at the 13th annual Cherokee Art Market, hosted by the Cherokee Nation in Catoosa, Oklahoma. Martha Berry (Cherokee Nation) won the Culture Keeper Award, Billy Hensley (Chickasaw) won the Innovator Calvin Hunt, (Kwakwaka’wakw), 2007 Open every First Friday of the month, 1-4 pm or give us a call to plan a visit 1590B Pacheco Street, Santa Fe, NM 87505 SUMMER 2018 | coeartscenter.org / (505) 983-6372 13