"Apsáalooke Women Wearing War Bonnets" Print by Adam Sings In The Timber
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Apsáalooke women take part in the War Bonnet Dance during the Crow Fair powwow in Crow Agency, Montana.
Crow Fair: Crow Agency, Montana
Crow Fair is the Apsáalooke Nation's annual powwow, parade, and rodeo. Held the third weekend in August, the celebration attracts tens of thousands of participants and spectators each year.
- Size: 10" W x 8" H
- Part of the Portraits of Crow Fair series
- Apsáalooke Women Wearing War Bonnets, Apsáalooke by Adam Sings in the Timber, 2019
About Adam Sings In The Timber
Adam Sings In The Timber is an Apsáalooke/Crow photojournalist and portrait photographer currently based in Providence, RI. Originally from Billings, MT, Sings In The Timber travels all over the US documenting Native American people through photography while also making portraits for his "Indigenizing Colonized Spaces" portrait series.