IPI: Indigenous Peeps in the Industry – 14

IPI #14 – Shaun Beyale Welcome to another edition of Indigenous Peeps in the Industry or ‘IPI‘ – my blog series celebrating Indigenous artists, writers, and other creatives working in the comic book and/or video game industry. In this segment, I get to talk with Shaun Beyale, creator of Ayla the Monster Slayer. Shaun sums himself up thusly: … Continue reading IPI: Indigenous Peeps in the Industry – 14

Teddy Tso & Captain Paiute

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

Jonny Hinkle & his artwork

IPI: Indigenous Peeps in the Industry – 11

IPI #11 - Jonny Hinkle Welcome to Indigenous Peeps in the Industry or 'IPI' - an quick interview series that spotlights Indigenous artists, writers, and other creatives working in the comic book and/or video game industry. In this edition, I talk to fellow-Oklahoman writer/artist, Jonny Hinkle. Jonny Hinkle is an artist, writer, and creator out of the Tulsa, … Continue reading IPI: Indigenous Peeps in the Industry – 11

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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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IPI: Indigenous Peeps in the Industry – 08

IPI #8 - Roy Boney Hi-ho, everyone! ☺ This portion of Indigenous Peeps in the Industry or 'IPI' - which is my on-going blog series that celebrates Indigenous artists, writers, and other creative individuals working either in the comic book or video game industry - spotlights the ever-talented, Roy Boney. I've known Roy for some time now, have spent time … Continue reading IPI: Indigenous Peeps in the Industry – 08

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aNm 3D Art at Arts Festival Oklahoma 2009 !

Exciting news for aNm: we will be at the Arts Festival Oklahoma 2009 at OCCC in OKC. Check out the acceptance/invitation letter. Category: Graphics Michael Sheyahshe: CONGRATULATIONS! The Arts Festival Oklahoma 2009 jury has been completed. There were more applications received than available booth spaces. Arts Festival Oklahoma is pleased to inform you that your … Continue reading aNm 3D Art at Arts Festival Oklahoma 2009 !

Andrea Grant

IPI: Indigenous Peeps in the Industry – 03

IPI #3 - Andrea Grant In this installment of IPI, we get up close and personal with the "Pin-up Poet," herself, Andrea Grant. Andrea is the creator of MINX comic book series, "which merges Native American mythology" with fantasy, dreams, and reality. Andrea is a Coast Salish Canadian with a long list of creative talents, … Continue reading IPI: Indigenous Peeps in the Industry – 03

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New Artist Listing at AICCM

The American Indian Cultural Center & Museum (AICCM) has listed me among many other Native American Oklahoman Artists on their website. http://www.aiccm.com/Default.aspx?p=10578 AICCM is charged with "the purpose of generating awareness and understanding of the history of tribes and their relationship to Oklahoma today." To support this, AICCM recently held a workshop, "Art in Public … Continue reading New Artist Listing at AICCM

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Native Artist Effects Change in Online Artist Representation

Art and Culture It is refreshing to see a Native American artists taking progressive steps with today's technology. It is true: do any search on "Native Art" and there are many websites that pop up...only some of which are actual Indigenous artists. Perhaps it is time that Oklahoma Native Artists come together - digitally speaking, … Continue reading Native Artist Effects Change in Online Artist Representation