Native American Artist Bunky Echo-Hawk, a member of the Pawnee Nation of Oklahoma, is a multidisciplinary artist and poet known best for his acrylic paintings.

Through his art, Echo-Hawk is able to merge his traditional values with his lifestyle, producing works that cover Native American topics and hip-hop culture. Echo-Hawk teaches both art and writing, conducts workshops, and speaks at conferences across the country. His work has been exhibited across the US and internationally and he was chosen as the 2012 Eiteljorg Museum

Artist in Residence. He started using gas masks in his artworks originally to raise awareness for toxic and radioactive waste sites that were popping up in Indian Country, "I wanted people to think about it, to ask questions. So, I used the image, and idea, of the gas mask" from Bunky Exho-Hawk blog. Bunky Echo-Hawk Prints Bunky Echo-Hawk Portraits

Raised in an Indigenous environment filled with arts and culture, Natalie M. Ball uses visual art as a way to demonstrate her culture, her way.

Having studied Ethnic Studies at the University of Oregon and Indigenous Arts at Massey University in New Zealand, Ball examines and challenges the inconsistent and often

problematic narratives that surround Native America. Ball is a native of the Modoc and Klamath tribes of southern Oregon and exhibits work in countries across the world.   .

Heritage Mythologies Video Performance by Jackson 2bears 2010

Jackson 2bears is a new media, interactive installations and multimedia performance artist based in Victoria BC, Canada. A Kanien’kehaka (Mohawk), 2bears works focus on the aesthetics of indigenous identity in contemporary times and explores Native spirituality. His work has been exhibited at numerous solo and group exhibitions across Canada, as well as internationally at Digital Art Weeks in Zurich, Switzerland. 2bears is currently a Ph.D. student at the University of Victoria.