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Sky Hopinka's unconventional ways of telling Native stories

The artist and filmmaker Sky Hopinka was awarded the prestigious MacArthur Genius Award last fall, celebrating a decade of his experimental work focused on Indigenous people. Jeffrey Brown met Hopinka in New York’s Hudson Valley for the final story in our series on contemporary Native American Arts. It’s part of our arts and culture series, "CANVAS."

Sky Hopinka's unconventional ways of telling Native stories

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