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Storytelling time : native North American art from the collections at the University of North Dakota

Author: Arthur Frederick Jones; Lucy Annis Ganje; Joseph White Bull; University of North Dakota.
Publisher: Grand Forks, N.D. : University of North Dakota Art Collections ; Manchester [Vt.] : in association with Hudson Hills Press ; [Lanham, Md.] : Distributed in the United States, its territories and possessions, and Canada by National Book Network, ©2010.
Edition/Format:   Book : Biography : English : 1st edView all editions and formats
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"The book examines how The University of North Dakota's collection of Native North American Art is understood and appreciated within its campus setting. As art collections are best understood within the context of historical trends of collecting, the book's authors consider significant changes that have affected the philosophy behind how and why collections of Native American art should be cared for, researched, and  Read more...
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University of North Dakota.
Storytelling time.
Grand Forks, N.D. : University of North Dakota Art Collections ; Manchester, [Vt.] : In association with Hudson Hills Press ; [Lanham, Md.] : Distributed in the United States, its territories and possessions, and Canada by National Book Network, ©2010
(OCoLC)746010469
Named Person: Joseph White Bull
Material Type: Biography
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Arthur Frederick Jones; Lucy Annis Ganje; Joseph White Bull; University of North Dakota.
ISBN: 9781555953164 1555953166
OCLC Number: 318100484
Notes: Includes the original manuscript recounting of the Battle of Little Bighorn written by a warrior who fought there, Joseph White Bull, nephew of Chief Sitting Bull.
Description: 242 pages : color illustrations ; 32 cm
Contents: Designer's note : the design, layout, and production of Storytelling time / by Lucy Annis Ganje --
An introduction to Storytelling time / by Leigh D. Jeanotte --
The story behind the collections / by Arthur F. Jones --
A new story, a new vision / by Lucy Annis Ganje --
My story : a Native artist's perspective / by Nelda Schrupp --
Commentaries : Department of Indian Studies / Merry Claymore Ketterling --
Commentaries : American Indian Student Services / Donna Brown --
Catalogue of collections and selected works --
American Indian Student Services collection --
Department of Anthropology collection --
Department of Art & Design collection --
How Native American pottery influenced the teaching of ceramics at UND / by Donald Miller --
Margaret Kelly Cable collection --
College of Arts & Sciences collection --
Department of English collection --
Graduate School collection --
Department of Indian Studies Merry Claymore Ketterling Collection --
Indians into Medicine collection --
Memorial Union collection --
Myers Foundations public art --
Native Media Center collection --
Residence Services collection --
Elwyn B. Robinson Department of Special Collections Chester Fritz Library collection --
White Bull manuscript --
Victor A. Corbett Plains Indian art collection --
Karleen Home Rosaaen collection --
Emily Doak Wolff collection --
Artists biographies. Artists biographies: Kenneth N. Allery Sr. --
Bennett Brien --
Richard Dawavendewa (Lomahinma) --
Sam DeCory --
Bunky Echo-Hawk --
Shannon D. Fox (Netkus na citoux) --
Kathleen Fredericks --
Jeff Grandbois --
Ken L. Greywind, Sr. --
Gregory Holy Bull --
Hillary Davis Kempenich --
Anthony R. LaFromboise --
Denise K. Lajimodiere --
Maria Martinez --
Santana Roybal Martinez --
Jessie Palczewski --
Jaune Quick-to-See Smith --
Nelda Schrupp --
Sherman Sierra --
David Thunderhawk --
Joseph White Bull (Pte-san-hunka) --
Kathy Whitman (Elk Woman).
Responsibility: edited by Arthur F. Jones, Lucy Annis Ganje.

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The essays that accompany this collection examine the history of each piece and engage in the discussion of the traditions of Native American Art.  Read more...

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