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Drug Addiction as Lived in New Mexico’s Española Valley and in Mexico City
February 9, 7:00 p.m.
New Mexico History Museum
Angela Garcia, PhD
Associate Professor of Anthropology
The Prose of Pueblo Pottery
February 5, 1:00 p.m.
Museum of Indian Arts & Culture
Rose B. Simpson, Evone “Snowflake” Martinez, and Max Early
Santa Ana jar, c. 1885, IAF.848
Collection School for Advanced Research
The Spirit of Pueblo Pottery
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By Laura Elliff Cruz, Collections Manager, Indian Arts Research Center, School for Advanced Research After teaching an SAR member class in early December, Caring for Your Personal Collections at Home: An Introduction to Collections Care, I realized how busy everyday...
On July 31 this year Grounded in Clay: The Spirit of Pueblo Pottery opened in Santa Fe at the Museum of Indian Arts & Culture. The exhibition, curated by the Pueblo Pottery Collective and organized by the School for Advanced Research and the Vilcek Foundation, has...
Will Wilson, the Santa Fe-based Navajo photographer and 2013 Rollin and Mary Ella King Artist Fellow at SAR, has co-curated a major exhibition of contemporary Native American photography at the Amon Carter Museum of American Art in Fort Worth, Texas. The...
Written by Paul Ryer, Scholar Programs Director With the end of Robert Weiner’s compelling presentation about the roads of Chaco Canyon on December 14, we successfully concluded SAR’s 2022 Resident Scholar colloquium series. Using the format we have evolved over the...
On November 3, 2022, SAR President Michael F. Brown presented the 2022 J.I. Staley Prize to J. Lorand Matory, Duke University, at an event in Durham, North Carolina, hosted by Duke's School of Arts & Sciences. Matory is the Lawrence Richardson Distinguished...
Written by Paloma López, Educator, Indian Arts Research Center Sunday, November 6 was Film Day at the Museum of Indian Arts & Culture (MIAC). The School for Advanced Research (SAR) and MIAC teamed up for a day of screenings, panels, and demonstrations in...