D.A. Navoti is a member of the Gila River Indian Community and a multidisciplinary storyteller, writer, and composer. He is a descendant of Hopi, Zuni, Akimel O’otham, and Yavapai-Apache tribes, and his artwork investigates what it means to be Indigenous in the 21st century. Navoti’s literary work has been published by Indian Country Today, Spartan, Homology Lit, The Seventh Wave, Cloudthroat, and elsewhere. He’s a former writer fellow at Hugo House and Jack Straw Cultural Center, and in 2020 he was a Radical Imagination grantee from NDN Collective and a CityArtist with the Seattle Office of Arts & Culture.
Artist Support Program 2022: “O’otham Rhapsode,” a multimedia projection depicting the lives and homelands of the Akimel O’otham, whose ancestral lands are located south of Phoenix, Arizona.
2017 Writers Program
March 30, 2022
Jack Straw has awarded residencies in the 2022 Artist Support Program to 18 artists and artist teams spanning multiple disciplines and genres. Eight artists/teams were awarded 20 hours of recording and production time with an engineer in our studio. Ten additional artists/teams will receive matching awards. All artists are provided with training, events, and other […]
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