AIS 101 Journal 3

AIS 101 Journal 3 - Journal 3 Promoting Native Art and...

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Journal 3 Promoting Native Art and Legal Representation Change is an essential part of any organisms’ life in order to develop, adapt and survive in the constantly changing environment. Native peoples are a prime example of this need to adapt and survive in the face of change. Many of the readings we’ve done in this class have shown excellent specific examples as well, including the life stories from authors Charles Eastman and Ella Deloria. These prominent Native figures have shown true hardships in deciding what parts of their Native identity to sacrifice and what parts of the Western identity they wanted to, or were forced to, adopt. These aspects of change were more or less conscious decisions of the individual in order to function in the dominant society. However, there are other aspects which have changed on a less conscious level, such as the transformation of Native arts. Dorothy Dunn’s story about the Indian Painting Studio, at the Santa Fe Indian School, depicts the transformation from traditional to modern means of Native art as occurring in a passive, almost natural, fashion. It is important to note that what we view as art in Western terminology did not
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This note was uploaded on 03/30/2008 for the course AIS 1100 taught by Professor Cheyfitz, e during the Fall '07 term at Cornell.

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