Raquel Chapa is of the Tohono O'odham community known for Open Season: On the Rights of Native Women (2009), Carried Away (2009) and American Experience (1987).
Tanis S'eiltin creates artworks that explore her identity as a Tlingit (Native Alaskan) woman living in the 21st century. Combining traditional and contemporary artistic techniques, S'eiltin notes that her work "questions the misrepresentation of Indigenous peoples in Western academia, media, and in the minds of mainstream Americans."
Tomahawk Bang is a DJ from the Onk Akimel O'odham Tribe in the Salt River Pima Maricopa Indian community. His music is "Himdag" or a "way of life" learned through traditional ceremony as a youth.
The SilverCloud Singers are undeniably one of the most esteemed and in-demand inter-tribal powwow drum groups on the East Coast.
The Medicine Singers, initially known as Eastern Medicine Singers, are a an inter-tribal collective of singers and drummers performing in the Native American pow wow style.
Ashley Young is a Tlingit musician based in Anchorage, Alaska. Her vocal dynamic has been described as an array of emotional expressions and effortless warmth.
Díné Boyz play Native Country, oldies Country, and original songs. We are based out of Red Rock, NM
Samantha Crain, born on August 15, 1986, hails from Shawnee, Oklahoma, and is a multifaceted musical artist of Choctaw Nation descent.
Fontine is a queer Cree singer-songwriter who plays guitar and recently released debut EP, Yarrow Lover, and lives in Winnipeg.
Hozoji Mathison-Margolis is the drummer and sings vocals in the band Helms Alee, but also works for the Puyallup tribe as an independently contracted shellfish biology diver.