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A Conversation with Henry Louis Gates, Jr., and Andrew S. Curran
Moderated by Chelsi West Ohueri
Thursday, April 13, 6:30 p.m.
Lensic Performing Arts Center
Santa Ana jar, c. 1885, IAF.848
Collection School for Advanced Research
Painting, Julian Martinez and/or Awa Tsireh (San Ildefonso Pueblo), 1930-1935, watercolor, pencil, and ink on paper. Photo by Addison Doty. Cat. no. IAF.P221.
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