American Indian Art Magazine Closings Fall 2015

 American Indian Art Magazine has been an extremely important part of  this interested in ethnographic art worldwide. The magazine provided valuable scholarly information solicited from the many experts that followed the arts of indigenous U.S. ethnic groups. The editor Mary Hamilton and her magazine will be missed. 
 

1. SCOTTSDALE After forty years of publishing, the August/Autumn 2015 issue, will be the final issue of American Indian Art Magazine.
We would like to express our gratitude to all of our readers, authors and advertisers for their support over the last forty years. In the magazine's inaugural issue, back in 1975, its purpose was said to be rooted in "an earnest desire to portray the art forms of the American Indian in a manner and
format that will do justice to the art and its creators." For forty years and 160 issues, the magazine strived to do exactly that-which is something we can be proud of.
Over the next few months, subscribers will receive refunds for any unfulfilled portions of their subscriptions. Back issues will be available on this site for the near future. The cumulative index of volumes 1 through 40 is available to view and/or download.