Sherman Alexie

Sherman Alexie - , a non-profit organization that is...

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Wertman, Brittany Art 001 Section 1 November 9, 2010 Artist ~ Sherman Alexie 1. Sherman Alexie 2. Born October 7, 1966 3. Spokane / Coeur d'Alene / American 4. Indigenous/Nationalism 5. Poet, Short-Story Writer, Novelist, Screenwriter, Filmmaker 5 Pieces of Art Related Biographical Information 1. Much of his writing draws on his experiences as a Native American . 2. In 1985, Alexie enrolled at Gonzaga University on a scholarship. 3. He transferred to Washington State University (WSU), where he fell under the influence of Alex Kuo. 4. Kuo inspired Alexie to write poetry. 5. In 2005, Alexie became a founding Board Member of Longhouse Media
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Unformatted text preview: , a non-profit organization that is committed to teaching filmmaking skills to Native American youth. 8 10 Accomplishments (Many accomplishments listed above) Many of his famous works and films are listed below: 1. Smoke Signals 1998 (writer) 2. The Business of Fancydancing 2002 3. Reservation Blues 1995 4. Indian Killer 1996 5. The Toughest Indian in the World - 2000 6. Postcards to Columbus 1993 7. The Man Who Loves Salmon 1998 8. Face 2009 9. War Dances 2009 10. Old Shirts and New Skins 1993 http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sherman_Alexie...
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