Clapsaddle assisting in writers’ scholarship fundraiser

  By JONAH LOSSIAH ONE FEATHER STAFF   The Hindman Settlement School, which opened its doors in 1902, has developed a reputation as one of the best networks for Appalachian writers. Recently among that group of artists is Annette Saunooke Clapsaddle, a member of the Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians who is having her first book published later More...

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By Scott On Sunday, April 19th, 2020

Little-Wolfe invited to Cosmo’s Top Model Competition

  By SCOTT MCKIE B.P. ONE FEATHER STAFF    Aubrey Little-Wolfe is just getting started in the modeling business, but she’s already making a splash.  She has been invited to the 2020 Cosmopolitan More...

By Scott On Saturday, April 18th, 2020

Tribal member to model in New York Fashion Week

  By SCOTT MCKIE B.P. ONE FEATHER STAFF    Along with London, Milan, and Paris, Fashion Week in New York City sets the tone for the fashion world.  New York Fashion Week will tentatively be held in September, More...

By Scott On Friday, April 17th, 2020

An abbreviated WCU Spring Literary Festival moves online

  CULLOWHEE –  Western Carolina University’s annual Spring Literary Festival has gone electric.  Originally scheduled with events on campus from March 30 through April 2, the festival’s More...

By Scott On Thursday, April 16th, 2020

Peone named SWAIA’s executive director, first Native woman in history to hold position 

  SANTE FE, N.M. – After a nationwide search, SWAIA’s (Southwestern Association for Indian Arts) Board of Directors has announced the selection of Kim Peone as its new executive director. Peone is an More...

By Scott On Saturday, April 4th, 2020

99th Santa Fe Indian Market postponed until 2021

  The 99th Santa Fe Indian Market, originally scheduled for Aug. 15-16, will be postponed until 2021, and the Centennial Celebration will be moved to 2022.  This decision was made by the SWAIA (Soutwestern More...

By Scott On Friday, April 3rd, 2020

WCU offering free virtual art experiences

  Bardo Arts Center is excited to announce a new webpage dedicated to virtual opportunities, This page houses information regarding all the various online experiences and events being More...

By Scott On Monday, February 24th, 2020

Arts Council Grant sustains Cherokee metalwork tradition

  Two Cherokee artists and their teacher are the recipients of a prestigious North Carolina Arts Council grant. The statewide Apprenticeship Grant is offered only once a year with only one artist team receiving More...

By Scott On Monday, February 24th, 2020

‘Dee’ Smith Tribute exhibit being hosted by Qualla Arts & Crafts

  By JONAH LOSSIAH ONE FEATHER STAFF    Qualla Arts and Crafts will be hosting an art exhibit open house on Friday, Feb. 28, to honor the late John Daniel ‘Dee’ Smith. Smith, a Cherokee painter, More...

By Scott On Tuesday, February 18th, 2020

Luzene Hill, Cherokee artist, continues to push boundaries 

  By SCOTT MCKIE B.P. ONE FEATHER STAFF    Luzene Hill is an artist that likes to push boundaries.  Her work has been exhibited widely including in a new show entitled “Indigenous Futurisms” which More...