Kathy Whitaker

2007, March 25–29
IARC SeminarMarketing Maria: Creating the LegacyThis seminar gathered scholars to discuss the career of San Ildefonso potter Maria Martinez, with particular attention being paid to the politics behind the emphasis on Martinez as a model Pueblo woman rather than exceptionally talented artist.
2004, October 18–22
Short SeminarEstablishing Identity: The Social and Political Life of the Chief White Antelope Blanket (Part II)This seminar hosted seven lineal descendants of Chief White Antelope who shared their stories of this legendary chief and their concerns for the future of the blanket and its care.
2004, June 20–22
Short SeminarEstablishing Identity: The Social and Political Life of the Chief White Antelope Blanket (Part I)This seminar included microscopic research and analysis regarding the Chief White Antelope blanket's physical properties as well as in-depth discussions about its Navajo origin, history, and social life.
2004, January 26–30
IARC SeminarKatsina CarversHopi carvers from throughout the Southwest convened at the School for Advanced Research on January 26–30, 2004.
2001, September 16–21
IARC SeminarGifts of Spiderwoman: Myth and Reality Regarding Spirituality in Navajo WeavingThe Native American Artist Convocation, “Gifts of Spiderwoman: Myth and Reality Regarding Spirituality in Navajo Weaving,” convened on September 16, 2001.


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