Additions to the Resource Page

3-D Photograph from the Familiar Webs Exhibit3-D Photograph from the Familiar Webs ExhibitZuni, b. 1929
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Stereo photograph by Jason S. Ordaz. Request 3-D glasses or build your own (PDF, 315 KB).
3-D Photograph from the Familiar Webs Exhibit
3-D Photograph from the Trading Concepts Exhibit3-D Photograph from the Trading Concepts ExhibitAcoma, 1900
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Stereo photograph by Jason S. Ordaz. Request 3-D glasses or build your own (PDF, 315 KB).

Olla (water jar) that Marla Allison selected for design inspiration in Path of Life.
3-D Photograph from the Trading Concepts Exhibit

The IARC was pleased to launch two new online exhibitions on SAR’s resource page (opens in new browser window), curated by Anne Ray Interns Gloria Bell and Teresa Montoya. “Familiar Webs: Collecting Practices at the Indian Arts Research Center” focuses on the history of collecting, while “Trading Concepts: Re-Visions of Southwest Artistic Heritage” looks at concepts of trade and adaptation in the Southwest. Both exhibits coincide with corresponding themed tours at the IARC. For more about SAR online exhibits or class visits, please visit our resource page.

Online Exhibit: “Familiar Webs: An Exploration of Collecting Practices at the Indian Arts Research Center and Beyond

Many factors influenced how Native American cultural materials were collected in the last century. This exhibit explores the history of collecting by both individuals and institutions and examines changes in contemporary practice.

Online Exhibition: “Trading Concepts: Re-Visions of Southwest Artistic Heritage

Trade and adaptation are universal practices that have helped communities all over the world survive and grow throughout history. This exhibit focuses on these concepts and how they relate to the Southwestern United States.

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