Indigenous artist featured at Super Bowl for first time

Phoenix-based artist Lucinda Hinojos has been tapped as the NFL’s marquee artist for Super Bowl LVII, which will be played Feb. 12, 2023, in Glendale, Arizona. Her selection marks the first time an Indigenous artist’s works will be featured at the Super Bowl. Hinojos is Mexican-American as well as Pascua Yaqui, Chiricahua Apache, White Mountain Apache, and Pima.

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For the first time, an Indigenous artist’s works will be featured at the Super Bowl, gracing game tickets, displays and a massive Super Bowl mural in downtown Phoenix with images that reflect her multicultural roots.

Phoenix-based artist Lucinda Hinojos — who is Mexican-American as well as Pascua Yaqui, Chiricahua Apache, White Mountain Apache, and Pima — was chosen by the National Football League as the marquee artist of Super Bowl LVII, which will be played Feb. 12 at State Farm Stadium in Glendale, Arizona.

Her key design, unveiled publicly on Tuesday, Jan. 10, by the NFL, is what officials described as an “elaborate, deeply meaningful piece” that shows the iconic White Tank Mountains reflected in the

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