Morgan Blackgoat was born in 1966 in Lupton, Arizona on the Navajo Reservation. In 1999, Morgan joined the Hozhoni Foundation in Flagstaff, Arizona. He was one of its first full time clients to actively participate in the new art program. He quickly developed into one of its most promising artists. Morgan’s use of words combined with self-made diagrams and abstractions of shape give his art a sense of poetic surrealism that sets him apart from other Hozhoni artists. He is also credited with being Hozhoni’s first video artist and continues to excel with his video presentations. In 2008, Morgan was invited to show his movies at the national TASH convention (TASH, originally The Association for the Severely Handicapped, is an international leader in disability advocacy). In 2007, he started showing both his artwork and videos at the University of Northern Arizona where his popularity continues to grow to this time.
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