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August 9, 2023

Nia Tero’s Pacific Northwest (PNW) Art Fellowship Gathers In-Person on Coast Salish Territory in Seattle, Washington

Tracy Rector and Michelle Hurtubise

The 2023 cohort of Nia Tero's Pacific Northwest (PNW) Art Fellowship gather for the first time on Coast Salish Territory this August. Learn more about the program and gathering, as well as vibrant work of the artists in this fellowship.


Photo from the UN Convention on Biological Diversity and the Fourth Meeting of the Open-Ended Working Group on the Post-2020 Global Biodiversity Framework. Photo by Michael Painter.

June 17, 2022

Nia Tero Heads to the UN Convention on Biological Diversity & WG2020-4 in Nairobi

Nia Tero Policy Team

After five weeks of virtual training sessions with 10 Indigenous Public Policy apprentices delegated by Amazonian organizations, Nia Tero moved forward into the sixth moment held in person in Nairobi in preparation for participation in the WG2020-4.


Image of John Henry Gloyne and Elwood Gloyne Carving

December 10, 2021

New Film ᎤᏕᏲᏅ (What They’ve Been Taught) to Make World Premiere at 2022 Sundance Film Festival

Filmmaker Brit Hensel is the first woman who is a citizen of Cherokee Nation to direct an official selection at the world’s top film festival.


A group of masked people that are part of the 4th World Fellowship standing together

November 3, 2021

4th World Filmmakers 'Doing The Damn Thing'


In this episode, the 4th World Media Lab 2021 cohort share how Indigenous-focused spaces make room for growth, why Native filmmaking is in an interesting moment, and what they envision next for themselves and those following in their footsteps.


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September 1, 2021

Spotlight: What's Up With Docs - Storytelling as Medicine


This week, Seedcast is sharing an episode of the podcast “What's Up with Docs” by our friends Toni Bell and Ranell Shubert.


Ciara Lacy

August 13, 2021

Pacific Northwest Art Fellowship Portrait - Ciara Lacy (Kanaka Maoli)

This short film features Ciara Lacy (Kānaka Maoli), a Native Hawaiian filmmaker from Mililani on Oahu, Hawai'i, on the healing power of culture, and the exciting shift in perspective coming with new and emerging Indigenous filmmakers.