We are pleased to be a part of Manahatta Today: Indigenous Art of NYC, currently being displayed from October 15th through December 19th at the LeRoy Neiman Art Center located at:

2785 Frederick Douglass Boulevard
New York, New York 10039
(near 148th Street)


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Curated by Nadema Agard and Joseph Kabance, the exhibit and fundraiser has received write-ups by Intersections International and Cultural Survival, and features the works of 27 indigenous artists from around the Americas living in New York City.

Participating artists include, in alphabetical order:

  • Nadema Agard (Cherokee/Lakota/Powhatan)
  • Priscilla Bell (Taino)
  • Esteban Cabeza de Baca (Apache/Navajo/Mestizo)
  • Robert Cangiano (Maya)
  • Khadijah Canns (Abenaki/Cherokee)
  • Tommy Cheng (Hawaiian)
  • Amura Chiza (Quechua)
  • Ermelinda Cortes (Taino)
  • Alexie Cruz (Taino)
  • Barbara Little Bear Delisle (Mohawk)
  • Paul Deo (Powhatan)
  • Shannon Flynn (Chippewa)
  • Kae Gabrielle (Quechua/Mohawk)
  • Guadalupe Garcia-Vasquez( Mexica)
  • Joseph Quillsong Gullo (Cherokee)
  • Pamela Ifandy (InterIndigenous)
  • Joseph W. Kabance (Prairie Band Potawatomi)
  • Jesi Kelley (Cherokee/Nottoway/Seminole)
  • Karen “Aiki” Kelley (Cherokee/Nottoway/Seminole)
  • Towanna Miller (Mohawk)
  • James Murphy (Cherokee)
  • Phyllis Sanfiorenzo (Taino)
  • Barbara James Snyder (Paiute/Washoe)
  • Surge Velez (Taino)
  • Marcus Zilliox (Cheyenne/Pima/Mexica)