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Posted on January 3rd, by APACHE Skateboards in Uncategorized. No Comments

Exquisite , Savage , Compassionate And Brilliant : APACHE STREETS A What TRIBE Production Directed by Douglas MILES Part 2

Posted on January 2nd, by APACHE Skateboards in Uncategorized. No Comments

Exquisite , Savage , Compassionate And Brilliant : APACHE STREETS A What TRIBE Production Directed by Douglas MILES Part 1

Posted on August 28th, by APACHE Skateboards in Uncategorized. No Comments

Self Help Graphics in Los Angeles CA, presents
THE WHAT TRIBE PROJECT, an exhibition curated by Douglas Miles of Apache Skateboards. Opening Reception is Thursday, September 5, at 7PM. There will be an artist panel discussion on Saturday September 7, 2013 at 12PM at the gallery.

The What TRIBE project is art designed to discuss negative stereotypical images of Native Americans in media and other diverse cultures. It features the work of over 15 artists including seminal Los Angeles photographers, Eriberto Oriol and Mike Miller. Stereotypical racist images make their way into media via fashionistas, film makers and brands in search of new edgy content from “other” cultures. Cultural appropriation then takes place at an alarming rate leading to demeaning stereotype(s). What Tribe aims to counter stereotypical images from the American pop cultural visual landscape. Los Angeles being a media capitol is the perfect place to exhibit these works. What TRIBE aims to promote creativity not controversy, discussion not discrimination, and understanding, not apathy. Self Help Graphics will unveil a collectible limited edition serigraph print of Eriberto Oriol and Douglas Miles’ collaboration piece, ” Cowboys & Indians” at the opening (above). ARTISTS: Eriberto Oriol / Mike Miller / Thomas Breeze Marcus / Werewulf Micah Wesley / Jasmin Rosales / Joel Rage 1 Garcia / Leslie Gutierrez-Saiz / Douglas Miles / Jonathan Nelson / Avis Charley / Angel Diaz / Luke Dorsett / Katie Beltran / Joseph Sanchez / Brandan Odums / and MORE

Self Help Graphics / 1300 East 1st Street, Los Angeles, CA 90033 / 323-881-6444

Posted on August 27th, by APACHE Skateboards in Uncategorized. No Comments

THE WHAT TRIBE PROJECT

Multi-Media Exhibition
Curated by Douglas Miles of Apache Skateboards

Thursday, September 5, 2013
7PM – Opening Reception

Special Artist Panel:
Saturday September 7, 2013
12PM

Self Help Graphics & Art invites you to What TRIBE, a dynamic multi-media exhibition curated by Douglas Miles, artist and founder of Apache Skateboards.

The What TRIBE project is designed to discuss negative stereotypical images of Native Americans in media and other diverse cultures. What TRIBE aims to provoke creativity not controversy, discussion not discrimination, and awareness not apathy. The reason being negative stereotypical, racist images of Native Americans (and other people of color) are now somewhat considered en vogue and might even go as far as to say fashionable. This project aims to counter and aid in the removal of these stereotypical images from the American pop culture visual landscape. What TRIBE uses photography, art, web media, film, and any means necessary to bring about a positive change for the future.

Eriberto Oriol / Mike Miller / Thomas Breeze Marcus / Werewulf Micah Wesley / Jasmin Rosales / Joel Rage 1 Garcia / Leslie Gutierrez-Saiz / Douglas Miles / Jonathan Nelson / Avis Charley / Angel Diaz / Luke Dorsett / Katie Beltran / Joseph Sanchez / Brandan Odums / and MORE

1300 East 1st Street, Los Angeles, CA 90033 

– Douglas Miles, Artist & Curator

Posted on August 27th, by APACHE Skateboards in Uncategorized. No Comments

THE WHAT TRIBE PROJECT

Multi-Media Exhibition
Curated by Douglas Miles of Apache Skateboards

Thursday, September 5, 2013
7PM – Opening Reception

Special Artist Panel:
Saturday September 7, 2013
12PM

Self Help Graphics & Art invites you to What TRIBE, a dynamic multi-media exhibition curated by Douglas Miles, artist and founder of Apache Skateboards.

The What TRIBE project is designed to discuss negative stereotypical images of Native Americans in media and other diverse cultures. What TRIBE aims to provoke creativity not controversy, discussion not discrimination, and awareness not apathy. The reason being negative stereotypical, racist images of Native Americans (and other people of color) are now somewhat considered en vogue and might even go as far as to say fashionable. This project aims to counter and aid in the removal of these stereotypical images from the American pop culture visual landscape. What TRIBE uses photography, art, web media, film, and any means necessary to bring about a positive change for the future.

Eriberto Oriol / Mike Miller / Thomas Breeze Marcus / Werewulf Micah Wesley / Jasmin Rosales / Joel Rage 1 Garcia / Leslie Gutierrez-Saiz / Douglas Miles / Jonathan Nelson / Avis Charley / Angel Diaz / Luke Dorsett / Katie Beltran / Joseph Sanchez / Brandan Odums /

1300 East 1st Street, Los Angeles, CA 90033 

– Douglas Miles, Artist & Curator