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Luzene Hill, a multimedia installation artist and enrolled member of the Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians, lives and works in Atlanta, Georgia. Hill’s sculpture was part of “Changing Hands 3” at the Museum of Arts and Design in New York in 2012, and her drawings toured Russia that same year. She received an Eiteljorg Museum Contemporary Art Fellowship and First Peoples Fund Fellowship for 2015, with which she is creating, in collaboration with Frank Brannon of Speakeasy Press, a limited-edition artist’s book printed in Cherokee syllabary. Her work is held in museum, corporate, and private collections across the United States, and is featured in Susan C. Power’s Art of the Cherokee: Prehistory to Present and Josh McPhee’s Celebrate People’s History!: The Poster Book of Resistance and Revolution.