Southwest Seminars Native Culture Matters Lecture Series: Weaving Hopi Tradition in Basketry

Iva Honyestewa, (Shungopavi Village, Second Mesa, Hopi), a basketmaker and of owner of Iskasokpu Gallery, Second Mesa, Arizona

Event

Monday, September 12, 2016, 12:00–1:00 pm, Southwest Seminars (SWS), Hotel Santa Fe, Admission to all seminars is by subscription or $12 at the door.

September 12, Iva Honyestewa, (Shungopavi Village, Second Mesa, Hopi), a basketmaker and of owner of Iskasokpu Gallery, Second Mesa, Arizona, will discuss Weaving Hopi Tradition in Basketry. She was the 2014 SAR Eric and Barbara Dobkin Fellow, during which time she combined the processes of Hopi plaque weaving with sifter basket weaving. She is also the author of ‘Understanding Access to and Use of Traditional Foods by Hopi Women’ in the Journal of Hunger and Environmental Nutrition. She is revising the Hopi Cookbook for the Putavi Project, Hopi Community Health Office and volunteers for Hopi Youth Project.

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