Thursday, May 28, 2009

Polar Bear TV Special

There's a special TV program called Polar Bear Fever on tonight at 8 pm est on CBC.  Should be interesting.  Heck, any show on polar bears would be interesting.  I'm definitely going to watch.

Wednesday, May 27, 2009

Native Art Museum Between Toronto and Montreal

As I was driving between Toronto and Montreal yesterday, I noticed a sign on the highway mentioning a native art museum.  I haven't been to this one before and I'm pretty sure that sign wasn't there before.  I might stop by on my way back. I do have a camera but didn't bring my camcorder.  This may be good content for future native art articles at Free Spirit Gallery.

Tuesday, May 26, 2009

Art World Sees Effects Of Recession

I saw on the evening news that the art auction prices at Sotheby's have dramatically dropped compared to last year levels.  This is of course no surprise given the current recession.  My response in regards to our own Inuit art gallery and the tough economic times will be addressed in the next gallery newsletter so make sure that you are on as a free subscriber before June 1 to get the June issue.  Just sign up at the boxes at the top right of this blog and you get two free ebooks on native art as gifts.

Friday, May 22, 2009

Special Interview With Native Art Author Clint Soon

There will be a special interview with Native Art author Clint Cora available very soon.  It was captured on a MP3 file and will be available for download soon.  It will be announce in the next June Native Art newsletter so make sure that you are on the free subscriber list.

Tuesday, May 19, 2009

Free Native American Indian Art Ebook

Our free ebook on Northwest Native American Indian art is still very popular among art enthusiasts.  We also offer a second free ebook on Arctic Inuit art as well.  Both are available at Free Spirit Gallery, one of the biggest information sources of Native art online.

Friday, May 15, 2009

June Issue To Address Recession and Tough Economic Times

The next June issue of our Native Art Gallery newsletter will address the recession and tough economic times we are all experiencing.  So make sure you are on the free subscriber list by filling out the top right hand boxes on this blog page.


Tuesday, May 12, 2009

Inuit Inukshuk a Popular Gift

The Inuit inukshuk is still a popular business gift.  We just sold another inukshuk carving to a company who is giving it to a retiring president.  We have only two Inuit inukshuk sculptures left in our gallery.

Friday, May 08, 2009

All Inuit Art Videos Back Online

All the Inuit art videos that we were re-editing are back online now.  They are a bit shorter since we removed some of the opening title shots which were not required anymore.  

Tuesday, May 05, 2009

The Office Diversity Day Hopefully Not Real Life

Saw the rerun of the TV show 'The Office' and it's episode 'Diversity Day'.  It was a spoof on diversity training in the workplace.  I just hope that companies out there do not run their workplace diversity training like that in real life.  A good workplace diversity speaker program will help people see the true benefits of having a diverse environment. 

Monday, May 04, 2009

Inuit Art Video Added Each Day

We are slowly adding a series of re-edited Inuit art videos each morning until mid week.  These videos are now being hosted on YouTube rather than Google Video since Google has stopped taking new videos.  All future Inuit art videos will be hosted primarily on the YouTube site with our gallery site using embeds so you can view these videos directly from our website.

Sunday, May 03, 2009

Should We Embrace Diversity Video Comment

Since if we are interested in Inuit art or Native American art, it's assumed that we are advocates of diversity.  Here's my short video comment on whether we should embrace diversity.  Although most people will say that we should, we wonder if we really are.  Is diversity a positive or just a negative to be tolerated?  

Saturday, May 02, 2009

Inuit Art Videos Being Edited

Several of our recent Inuit art videos have been taken offline in order to be edited.  We will add them as they are being finished.

Friday, May 01, 2009

Native Americans In Major League Baseball

Kyle Lohse, a major league baseball pitcher for the St. Louis Cardinals and a Nomlaki Native American, singed a 4-yeaer, $41 million contract.  Other Native Americans in the major leagues are Jacoby Ellsbury of the Boston Red Sox and Joba Chamberlain of the New York Yankees.  Again, this is great for the Native American community to see a few of their own making it big.  These are very inspirational examples especially for the youth.   See more motivational quotes to get you inspired for your own goals.