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Indian Times: Native American Film Festival (Mar 26, 2010)
This week on Indian Times, the Puterbaugh Festival of World Literature & Culture took place at the University of Oklahoma this week. It honored the work of Native American writer and filmmaker Sherman Alexie (Spokane/Couer díAlene). Among the many activities during the two-day festival was a Native American Film Festival in his honor. Six short films were shown Thursday afternoon, followed by a showing of Alexieís film The Business of Fancy Dancing. We hear from Dr. Andrew Horton from OUís Film & Video Studies Department and from Bird Runningwater from the Sundance Institute.

A Call for Art:
The Tulsa Indian Coalition Against Racism (TICAR) invites all American Indian artists who express the issues that affect the native community thru their art to join in their show. You may contact them by e-mail.

The University of Oklahomaís Native American Student/Alumni/Faculty/Staff Art Show is also putting out a call for art. The deadline to submit is April 7th, and the show will be held at the Jacobson House in Norman. For more information call the Jacobson House at 366-1667 or call Susan Shannon at 325-1133.

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