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Native American Picture Books of Change

February 15, 2009 through January 2, 2010

Tatay sits by the fire and muses
TATAY'S MEMORIES, collected and retold by Elizabeth Willis DeHuff, Illstrations by, Fred Kabotie, Harcourt Press, 1924

Plastering the house
N MY MOTHER'S HOUSE, Ann Nolan Clark, Illustrated by Velino Herrera, Viking Press, 1941.

Native American Picture Books of Change—is an exhibition of original works by Hopi, Navajo, Apache, and Pueblo artists who illustrated children's books in the 1920's through today. Based on the book of the same title by Rebecca Benes, the exhibition focuses on illustrations in Native American children’s books of the last century. Emerging Indian artists illustrated the stories for Indian students based on Native oral traditions and narratives about everyday Indian life.



At Saiyas Table
 Michael Lacapa,  "At Saiya's Table" illustrated in Less Than Half, More Than Whole (1994), Courtesy of Michael Lacapa Family