Diane Reyna

2008, June 9–10
Art, Gender, and CommunityIARC SeminarArt, Gender, and CommunityThe Art, Gender, and Community seminar brought together 11 Native women artists in various points of their careers to discuss their own work, issues relating to women in the arts, and the future of Native American art. The seminar culminated in a panel discussion, one-day exhibition, and book.
2008, February 24–25
Art, Gender, and CommunityIARC SeminarArt, Gender, and CommunityThe Art, Gender, and Community seminar brought together 11 Native women artists in various points of their careers to discuss their own work, issues relating to women in the arts, and the future of Native American art. The seminar culminated in a panel discussion, one-day exhibition, and book.
2007, November 15–16
Art, Gender, and CommunityIARC SeminarArt, Gender, and CommunityThe Art, Gender, and Community seminar brought together 11 Native women artists in various points of their careers to discuss their own work, issues relating to women in the arts, and the future of Native American art. The seminar culminated in a panel discussion, one-day exhibition, and book.
2002
Indian Painters of the SouthwestSAR Press PublicationIndian Painters of the Southwest: The Deep RememberingThe book profiles ten outstanding painters representing seven different Pueblo Indian groups and the Navajo Nation who participated in a convocation at the Indian Arts Research Center at the SAR. While some artists have chosen to depict traditional scenes and symbols and others have chosen to create modern works influenced by Euro-American painting, all draw on the “deep remembering” of tribal heritage and personal experience and a heightened awareness of the artist’s role in more than one modern world.
1998, November 2–5
The Deep Remembering: The Art and Aesthetics of Southwest Indian PaintingIARC SeminarThe Deep Remembering: The Art and Aesthetics of Southwest Indian Painting“The Deep Remembering” brought together ten outstanding Native American artists from both traditional and contemporary schools of painting to discuss their inspirations, influences, marketing concerns, and evolving artistic directions.
1998
Ronald and Susan Dubin Artist


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