IPI: Indigenous Peeps in the Industry – 15

IPI #15 – Lee Francis IV Welcome to another segment of the ever-popular, Indigenous Peeps in the Industry or ‘IPI‘ – my blog series celebrating Indigenous artists, writers, and other Native-creatives working in the comic book and/or video game industry. Today we get down to the nitty-gritty with Lee Francis IV - National Director at Wordcraft Circle of Native … Continue reading IPI: Indigenous Peeps in the Industry – 15

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IPI: Indigenous Peeps in the Industry – 13

IPI #13 – Stephen Gladue Ah, #yuss ... time for another edition of Indigenous Peeps in the Industry or ‘IPI‘ – my blog series that celebrates Indigenous artists, writers, and other creatives working in the comic book and/or video game industry. In this segment, I get to talk with Stephen Gladue, indigenous artist extraordinaire. Stephen and I both … Continue reading IPI: Indigenous Peeps in the Industry – 13

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IPI: Indigenous Peeps in the Industry – 12

IPI #12 – Theo Tso Welcome again, my friends, to another installment of Indigenous Peeps in the Industry or ‘IPI‘ – my blog series that celebrates Indigenous artists, writers, and other creatives working in the comic book and/or video game industry. Today, we have the great pleasure of speaking with Theo Tso, creator of Captain Paiute. You can find Theo … Continue reading IPI: Indigenous Peeps in the Industry – 12

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IPI: Indigenous Peeps in the Industry – 10

IPI #10 - Richard Van Camp Welcome to Indigenous Peeps in the Industry or 'IPI' - my blog series that celebrates Indigenous artists, writers, and other creatives working in the comic book and/or video game industry. In this edition, I talk to super-author, Richard Van Camp. I first met Richard in 2008 at the Eiteljorg Museum, as we were … Continue reading IPI: Indigenous Peeps in the Industry – 10

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IPI: Indigenous Peeps in the Industry – 09

IPI #9 - Kristina BadHand Kristina and Lee Francis IV at the INC booth Oh, hello, there.  I didn't see you, there. 😉  Welcome to another iteration of Indigenous Peeps in the Industry or 'IPI' - my on-going blog series that celebrates Indigenous artists, writers, and other creatives working in the comic book and/or video game … Continue reading IPI: Indigenous Peeps in the Industry – 09

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Speaking at IFAIR 2012

Great news! I have been invited by the Institute for American Indian Research (IFAIR) at the University of New Mexico to the Indigenous Book and Authors Festival in Albuquerque on Friday, April 13, 2012 at 2pm for a session titled, "Graphic/Comic/Art Stories", based on my book from publisher, McFarland. Check out more info at my book's blog site: http://nativecomicbooks.blogspot.com/2012/03/speaking-at-ifair-2012.html.

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IPI: Indigenous Peeps in the Industry – 06

IPI #6 - Jay Odjick Shoot-outs! Deadlines! Ash-can comics! Priests with hidden torture chambers! Mounties! Bush! McCain! Hitler! Eight-year-olds 'packing'! Bold & Indented Text with Exclamation Points!! Algonquin comic creator, Joy Odjick, shares these elements and other stories with Michael Sheyahshe in this episode of IPI. Jay and I first met when we were both … Continue reading IPI: Indigenous Peeps in the Industry – 06

IPI: Indigenous Peeps in the Industry – 02

In this piece, we support and showcase Native American professionals working in creative aspects inside the video game industry. Winnie (Oglala Lakota/Eastern Shawnee), a.k.a., "ix", is a former Associate Producer with some big name games, such as the Call of Duty franchise. As a Indigenous person working in the game industry, ix was nice enough … Continue reading IPI: Indigenous Peeps in the Industry – 02

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Native American Tribe Uses Video Games for Learning

The Coushatta Tribe of Louisiana gives other Native American tribal entities something to 'shoot' for: creating an immersive 3D environment to increase education and awareness of Indigenous culture. The tribe worked with Red Knight Learning Systems to create a 3D simulation for their Coushatta Heritage Center. Red Knight developed 3D simulations and interactive exhibits for … Continue reading Native American Tribe Uses Video Games for Learning