Sandra Hale Schulman is an arts writer, curator and film producer
Her work has appeared in Billboard, Variety, Rolling Stone, Ocean Drive, Country Music Magazine, The New York Daily News, Artsy, News From Indian Country, Indian Country Today and Entertainment Weekly. She was an entertainment columnist for the South Florida Sun-Sentinel for 8 years.
Part Cherokee, she has become a spokesperson for Native American causes on TV and radio. She co-produced an exhibit on native musicians at the Smithsonian Museum of the American Indian in Washington DC and Manhattan. Raised in New York, she has worked out of NYC, Miami Beach, Los Angeles, Joshua Tree, and Nashville, Tennessee.
She is a curator and consultant for Howl Happening Gallery in NYC. Her archives of rare Ramones designs by Arturo Vega were featured at the Queens Museum , the Grammy Museum,
and ThePunk Rock Museum.
She co-founded two galleries in NYC in the 1980s - Spiritual America and 303 Gallery,
her catalog on Spiritual America released Spring 2015.
She has curated art shows for galleries in NYC, Joshua Tree, Los Angeles, Washington DC, Southampton, West Palm Beach.
Through her company Slink Productions she has produced a tribute CD and
documentary on Native folksinger Peter La Farge (www.peterlafarge.com)
She released a music video featuring Floyd Westerman and John Densmore (The Doors);
and a documentary on Karen Dalton which can be seen on YouTube.
She currently is Editor for WPB Magazine, writes for Native American Art Magazine, Palm Beach Arts Paper, Indian Country Today, Artsy and is working as a consultant on various art and film projects. She can be seen on ICT's newscast on PBS in the southwest.
New story archive page at medium.com/@sandraslink