June 2016 TMTAA hosted First Peoples Fund for a Native Artists Professional Development Training, a few of the areas that were covered are pricing, marketing, developing a business plan. The training is a great way for any artist to learn more about becoming a business with their artwork. There are so many components to being successful as an artist and a businessperson at the same time. Through this training each artist participant will feel secure in their efforts to be as successful as they can be.
Turtle Mountain Tribal Arts Association 2015 Update
Greetings from Turtle Mountain Tribal Arts Association Staff and Board of Directors. 2015 has been a busy year, with many new art projects taking place, we are so happy to see so many people becoming more involved with the arts and learning how to create beautiful art items.
Administration for Native Americans/ANA
The Turtle Mountain Tribal Arts Association its second year of its ANA grant award. The grant has provided two administration salaries and funding to assist TMTAA in its mission to create a sustainable arts economy on the Turtle Mountain Indian Reservation and its two art galleries and resource centers located in Belcourt and Minot ND. ANA has provided wonderful technical assistance throughout the grant to help assist in success of the project.