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Name
Marilou Schultz
Heritage
Gender
Dates
1954-
Date Note
birth date November 6, 1954
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Artist’s physical folder is filed alphabetically in the Native American Artists Resource Collection under the following name:
Schultz, Marilou
Exhibits
Brilliant: Navajo Germantown and Eyedazzler Textiles. Heard Museum. Phoenix, Arizona. May 2001 - January 2002.
Heard Markets
2017 Heard Museum Guild Indian Fair & Market. Heard Museum. Phoenix, Arizona. March 4-5, 2017.
2016 Heard Museum Guild Indian Fair & Market. Heard Museum. Phoenix, Arizona. March 5-6, 2016.
2015 Heard Museum Guild Indian Fair & Market. Heard Museum. Phoenix, Arizona. March 7-8, 2015.
2014 Heard Museum Guild Indian Fair & Market. Heard Museum. Phoenix, Arizona. March 2014.
2013 Heard Museum Guild Indian Fair & Market. Heard Museum. Phoenix, Arizona. March 2013.
2012 Heard Museum Guild Indian Fair & Market. Heard Museum. Phoenix, Arizona. March 2012.
2011 Heard Museum Guild Indian Fair & Market. Heard Museum. Phoenix, Arizona. March 2011.
2010 Heard Museum Guild Indian Fair & Market. Heard Museum. Phoenix, Arizona. March 2010.
2008 Heard Museum Guild Indian Fair & Market. Heard Museum. Phoenix, Arizona. March 2008.
Awards
2017 Heard Museum Guild Indian Fair & Market, Classification VI - Weavings and Textiles, Division C - Quilts, Wall Hangings, Table Linens: First Place. Awarded for artwork: "Four Direction: Little Colorado Plateau". Heard Museum. Phoenix, Arizona. March 3, 2017.
2008 Heard Museum Guild Indian Fair & Market. Heard Museum. Phoenix, AZ. Class. VI - Textiles/weaving/clothing, Div. B - Non-traditionalrugs/weavings, Second Place. (03/02/2008)
Publications
Found 2 record(s)
Available ActionsCitationPagesPublication DateArtist Citation NotesWebsite
Bonar, Eulalie H. (editor). Woven by the Grandmothers: Nineteenth-Century Navajo Textiles from the National Museum of the American Indian. Washington, D.C.: Smithsonian Institution Press. 1996.61996Catalog of an exhibition published in association with the National Museum of the American Indian, Smithsonian Institution. Most text in English and Navajo; Navajo title: Nihimásáni Deiztłʼǫ́: Náhást̕eíts̕áadahdi, Neeznádiin Nináháhááhą́ądą́ą́̕ Adaalyaaigii, Bitsi̕ Yishtłizhii Be̕i̕ool̕įįł Danĭl̕į Bá Hooghandóó.
Ferber, Andrea L. "Indigeneity at Documenta 14: Founded to Overcome the Cultural Repression of Facism, Documenta Has Expanded to Showcase Contemporary Art from All Continents. In Its 14th Quinquennial Edition, Did Curators Do Justice to the Indigenous Art of the World?". First American Art Magazine, issue no. 17 (winter 2017/2018). 2017.32-332017Some Native artists cited include Rebecca Belmore, Gerald McMaster, Abel Rodríguez, Marilou Schultz, Beau Dick, Alan Hunt, Cole Speck, Postcommodity, Raven Chacon, Cristobal Martinez, Kade L. Twist, and Candice Hopkins; includes note on Jimmie Durham.

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