The Exquisite Basketry of the Angami Nagas

Nagaland, a state in the north east of India, is home to the Naga tribes. The Nagas are known for their superlative skills in the craft of basketry.

NBO Presents: Studio Tour with Charissa Brock TAKE TWO

THURSDAY, APRIL 1, 2021 4PM Pacific, 5PM Mountain, 6PM Central, 7PM Eastern Lindsay Ketterer Gates will be our host as we visit Charissa Brock’s Studio near Portland, Oregon. Rescheduled due to technical difficulties – please use the link… Read More

NBO From the Archives

Take time out to enjoy archived issues of the NBO Magazine. More to come! (Above: Work by Tina Becker)                      

Demystifying the Jurying Process

Since one of the best ways for an artist to show their work is through entering juried exhibitions, we recently asked three respected jurors to explain something about what they look for when jurying a show.  We posed… Read More

NBO 2020 Annual Appeal

This has been an extraordinary year, with challenges we never anticipated. NBO is embracing this time to find opportunities to better serve our members and the larger basketry community across the country and around the world. Please help us with this important work by supporting the Annual Appeal.

Nan MacDonald

Nan MacDonald, a traditional basket weaver and teacher of indigenous basketry, shares ancestral roots from Americas NE and SE Woodland peoples. Utilizing Oregon White Ash, Red Cedar and Natural Dyes allows Nan to explore the cross sharing of… Read More

Donate to the NBO Annual Appeal!

Images from NBO Close Up. Above from left: Peggy Thrasher, Sherri West, Shirley Albrecht, Michele Hament, Jennifer Zurick Dear Friends of NBO: This has been an extraordinary year, with challenges we never anticipated. NBO is embracing this time… Read More

NBO Presents!

NBO Presents programs are produced regularly and feature variety of basketry topics, makers, and methods. Missed and event? Watch it here!

Barbara Osborne

  My art is founded on a deep respect for the materials I use. A pine tree can be a hundred feet tall, rocks are millions of years old. All of them have stories: how they were formed,… Read More

Shan Goshorn Exhibition at the Gilcrease Museum

The Gilcrease Museum is hosting an exhibition of the work by Shan Goshorn, on display through March of 2021. Here are two short films examining the life, legacy and “Weaving History in to Art”.   Explore the legacy… Read More