Native people across the country are learning to adjust to life in the pandemic after a bumpy road this past year. Over the next two days, we’re going to be lifting up Indigenous people, culture, and traditions. We’ll be live at the Poeh Cultural Center for the Pathways Native Arts Festival, bringing in Native artists to reflect on the hardship of the pandemic, talk about the resiliency of Indigenous people, and shine a bright light on the future. Hundreds of artists from Native Nations are gathering in Santa Fe, New Mexico for markets, events and festivals featuring arts and crafts, food, fashion, music, film and more.
Ricardo Cate (Kewa Pueblo) – artist
Liva’ndrea Knoki (Diné) – artist
Eugene Tapahe (Navajo) – photographer
Karl Duncan (Arikara, Hidatsa, Mandan & San Carlos Apache) – executive director of Poeh Cultural Center
Dion Tapahe (Navajo) – dancer
Break 1 music: Coming In “Tewa” Song (song) Sidney Poolheco (artist) Heartfelt Songs (album)
Break 2 music: Follow Me (song) Twin Flames (artist) Omen (album)