You are cordially invited to join us in celebrating the opening of Ziindi’s new exhibit in Window Rock, Arizona:
Ch’ikééh Baa Hózhó –
A Contemporary Native Female Arts Showcase
Featuring works by:
Jeri Arviso – Charvel Baldwin – Lyncia Begay –
Nani Chacon – Xiana A. Clitso – Melissa Cody –
Carrie R. Curley – Shamie Encinas – Estelle S. Pete –
Lakota Scott – Roshan Spottsville – Eunique Yazzie –
Jolene Yazzie – Melanie Yazzie – Venaya Yazzie
** Celebrating the release of Ziindi: Indigenous Art Zine’s newest edition **
Showcasing Indigenous Female Artists from tribes throughout the Southwest region.
Join us for this historical event!
Navajo Nation Museum
Window Rock, AZ 86515
Friday, February 15th, 2013
Artist Market & Performances: 6-8pm
Live Music & Dance: 8-11pm
Refreshments and copies of Ziindi: Vol. 2.1 will be available
Facebook event: Ch’ikééh Baa Hózhó
Founded in 2011 by artists Michelle Ponce and Damian Jim, Ziindi is an independent publication based out of Phoenix, Arizona featuring modern indigenous art. Its mission is to inspire the next generation of artists through arts education. By supporting and creating projects that showcase the distinctive perspective of modern indigenous artists, Ziindi strengthens the connections between artists and their communities.
Volume 1.2: A Contemporary Female Arts Showcase is a collection of works by talented artists from the Southwest region. Celebrating the delicate balance between traditional and modern life: an exquisite and sometimes harsh manifestation of their experience. From a photographic portrait of a sacred celebration, to a sobering visual commentary on the challenging aspects of modern life, the images in this edition are a way to explore the modern indigenous experience.
This showcase is made possible by the artists who dared to share their world, by the instrumental collaboration of the Navajo Nation Museum and Ziindi, and by you, our community. Thank you for supporting artists of different genres in your community.
For media requests contact: Michelle I. Ponce – 602-281-0697 – email@example.com
To have a copy of Ziindi: Vol. 2.1: Contemporary Native Female Arts Showcase sent via mail,
click on Ziindi.com, scroll to bottom and make donation through Paypal.
Copies of the zine are available free of charge and in larger quantities for educational purposes, art classes, youth at recreation centers, and youth art workshops.
Contact: Michelle I. Ponce – 602-281-0697 – firstname.lastname@example.org