Crow's Shadow Institute of the Arts (CSIA) provides a creative conduit for educational, social, and economic opportunities for Native Americans through artistic development.
Recognizing creativity as an intrinsic and essential element of Native American culture, we are committed to helping people, young and old, develop their artistic gifts and skills.
Our online gallery features works from over 45 of our past artists-in-residence. Explore and discover new works that you can order online.Discover Our Gallery
“Each print represents a triple threat of aesthetic and technical excellence combined with compelling subject matter. Crow’s Shadow Institute fosters work by Native American artists and this infusion also helps build our growing holdings of works on paper by Indigenous artists.”
The JAMES LAVADOUR monotype raffle is a fundraiser to benefit Crow’s Shadow Institute of the Arts (CSIA). The prize is a monotype made with oil paint on paper, Untitled, by James Lavadour, valued at $3,500 (pictured). This completely unique impression was made by Lavadour at Crow’s Shadow in 2010. It has been largely unseen, and Lavadour has generously donated it as a benefit to Crow’s Shadow. The winning ticket number will be randomly generated by RaffleCreator.com and announced on February 1, 2019.
Raffle tickets are $100 each, if all tickets are sold the odds of winning are 1 in 99. Tickets may be purchased online (recommended method, hosted through RaffleCreator.com), in person at Crow’s Shadow or CSIA staffed events, or over the phone by calling us at 541-276-3954.Explore JAMES LAVADOUR RAFFLE's Work
At Crow’s Shadow Institute of the Arts, our primary artistic focus is on the multifaceted medium of printmaking. Through our ongoing residency program Crow’s Shadow works with emerging and established artists of diverse media and artistic backgrounds. Invited artists collaborate with a Tamarind Master Printer with the goal of creating one or more lithographic editions.
“Landscape painting affords me a wealth of tradition and influence, and provides a platform that seems familiar and recognizable. 19th century romanticism, Japanese woodblock prints, and Abstract expressionism all factor into my works vocabulary.”
The JAMES LAVADOUR monotype raffle is a fundraiser to benefit Crow’s Shadow Institute of the Arts. The prize is a monotype made with oil paint on paper, Untitled, by James Lavadour, valued at $3,500…See Event Details
Dear Friends of Crow’s Shadow, Thank you for your ongoing support of Crow’s Shadow Institute of the Arts. 2018 has been a great year of change and growth for CSIA, and we are looking forward to even more exciting projects, programs and events in 2019. We hope you will join us in supporting our organization […]See Event Details
Crow’s Shadow is excited to share that the University of Oregon in Portland is showing the work of our student printmakers at the White Stag Block. The exhibition will be on display at UO Portland in the Light Court Commons through November and December 2018. The artist reception is Friday December 7th.See Event Details
Learn to quilt a Star Pillow! Join us at Crow’s Shadow for a one-day workshop led by local CTUIR member Dorothy Cyr. Lunch and materials provided $10.See Event Details
During this two-day workshop participants will be led through making several herbal infusions, including salve, body butter, and honey. Workshop is offered to Tribal Members only, Nov 17 and 18, 2018. Materials and lunch provided. $20 suggested donation to Crow’s Shadow.See Event Details
During this two-day workshop participants will go through the full process of weaving a medium-sized willow basket starting with a round base and finishing with a handle. Weavers will walk away from the workshop with a completed willow basket…See Event Details
“...My life has been radically shaped by a web of connections, friendships, and associations in which Crow’s Shadow Institute is the epicenter. I will take any chance I get to talk about the wonders of Crow’s Shadow, as I think it might have a similarly profound effect on others.”