Native American Art Galleries

Like all pieces of art, Native American art pieces tell a story through its strokes. However, there is a difference between the stories that traditional pieces of art and Native American art tell. Traditional pieces of art express the emotions of the artist, while Native American pieces of art express the struggles and triumphs of the entire culture. Every piece of Native American art expresses a different part of its culture, that is the reason why Native American art galleries are so popular, because of the particularity and expression of their art.

Well Known Native American Art Galleries:

  • The Common Ground Art Gallery is a Native American art gallery located in NYC. The exact address is 55 West 16th St. (between 5th and 6th avenue), the zip code is 10011. To contact the Common Ground Art Gallery please call (212) 989-4178.
  • Karma Native American Art Gallery is a Native American art gallery located in Philadelphia, PA. The exact address is 1562 Franklin Mills Cir, the zip code is 19154. To contact the Karma Native American Art Gallery please call (215) 632-0309.
  • Tulsa Indian Art Market is a Native American art gallery located in Tulsa, OK. The exact address is 5014 S Sheridan Rd, the zip code is 74145. To contact the Tulsa Indian Art Market please call (918) 664-0626.
  • Buckskin Gallery is a Native American art gallery located in Pepperell, MA. The exact address is 147 South Road, the zip code is 01463. To contact the Buckskin Gallery please call (978) 433-9702.

Each tribe has their own requirements for the amount of blood that will be accepted as a member of the tribe. Some require a percentage such as 25% while others need the individual to only be descended from a Native American. This is used for enrollment in the tribe and may or may not disqualify an individual from receiving the scholarship. This will not mean a CIB is not attainable for the individual from the Bureau of Indian Affairs whom issued the CIB. The American Indian College Fund supplies many resources to individuals of Native American descent in finding scholarships including applications, different programs for tribal colleges and mainstream colleges, as well as resources for instructors and counselors in helping students obtain these scholarships.

Resources for Registering for Scholarships

There are 561 recognized tribes in the United States; that is tribes recognized by the US government. It should be noted that the Federal Government is not the only source of scholarships and money for Native American college students; many state governments have programs set up for those students living in their state. In addition there are federally funded tribal schools that have a wealth of resources available to the Native American students that attend their educational institutions. Particular organizations, like the American Indian Science and Engineering Society provides private donations in the form of scholarships and funds to those Native American students seeking a career in science and engineering.

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