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Aug
10
Mon
2020
SAR Artists Live on Instagram with Dawn Dark Mountain @ SAR's Instagram page
Aug 10 @ 6:00 pm – 6:30 pm

Dawn Dark Mountain

Artist Live TransparentSAR Artists Live with watercolor painter Dawn Dark Mountain will take place Monday, August 10 at  6:00 p.m. MDT. Jump behind-the-scenes and into the workspace of SAR’s 2015 Eric and Barbara Dobkin Native artist fellow. Dawn’s heritage is an integral part of her artwork. She uses controlled, intricate watercolors to create visual narratives of her Iroquois background. As a member of the Turtle Clan of the Oneida Tribe of Wisconsin, one of the Six Nations of the Iroquois, she uses her watercolors and woodcuts to connect traditional and present day Woodland Indian ideas, philosophies, and stories.

Login to your Instagram account and go to SAR’s Instagram page at 6pm on August 10  to watch and chat with Dawn live! (https://www.instagram.com/schoolforadvancedresearch)

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Aug
17
Mon
2020
SAR Artists Live on Instagram with Mateo Romero @ SAR's Instagram page
Aug 17 @ 6:00 pm – 6:30 pm

Mateo Romero, 2002 Ronald and Susan Dubin Native Artist Fellow

Artist Live TransparentSAR Artists Live with painter Mateo Romero (Cochiti Pueblo) will take place Monday, August 17 at  6:00 p.m. MDT. Jump behind-the-scenes and into the workspace of SAR’s 2002 Ronald and Susan Native artist fellow. Mateo graduated from Dartmouth College with a BA in painting and art history and an MFA from the University of New Mexico in printmaking. In speaking about his work, he notes, “These paintings reflect a pattern of evolution and change. The images are powerful, imposing, juxtaposed with swirling gestural paint marks and drips. Timeless, archaic elements of Pueblo culture are juxtaposed with contemporary abstract expressionist palette knife and brush work. Overall, the paintings develop a rhythmic, hypnotic, trancelike feeling which is referential to the metaphysical space of the Pueblo and the dance itself.”

Login to your Instagram account and go to SAR’s Instagram page at 6pm on August 17  to watch and chat with Mateo live! (https://www.instagram.com/schoolforadvancedresearch)

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Aug
24
Mon
2020
SAR Artists Live on Instagram with Adrian Wall @ SAR's Instagram page
Aug 24 @ 6:00 pm – 6:30 pm
Adrian Wall

Adrian Wall, 2009 Rollin and Mary Ella King Fellow

Artist Live TransparentSAR Artists Live with sculptor Adrian Wall will take place Monday, August 24 at  6:00 p.m. MDT. Jump behind-the-scenes and into the workspace of SAR’s 2009 Rollin and Mary Ella King Native artist fellow. Adrian, a renowned sculptor from Jemez Pueblo, has been sculpting since his late teens. While his primary medium is stone, he also works with clay, glass, and bronze. Stylistically, he is well known for blending figurative detail with abstract forms.

Login to your Instagram account and go to SAR’s Instagram page at 6pm on August 24  to watch and chat with Adrian live! (https://www.instagram.com/schoolforadvancedresearch)

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Eagle Spirit, 2007.

Eagle Spirit, 2007. Utah alabaster on walnut base, 28” x 10” x 8”. Courtesy of Adrian Wall.

 

 

Aug
31
Mon
2020
SAR Artists Live on Instagram with Marlowe Katoney @ SAR's Instagram page
Aug 31 @ 6:00 pm – 6:30 pm

2015 King Fellow, Marlowe Katoney

Artist Live TransparentSAR Artists Live with Navajo weaver Marlowe Katoney will take place Monday, August 31 at  6:00 p.m. MDT. Jump behind-the-scenes and into the workspace of SAR’s 2015 Rollin and Mary Ella King Native artist fellow. Originally trained as a painter, Marlowe incorporates his painterly aesthetics into his weavings.  In speaking about his work, he says:

For me, being an artist is an ongoing pursuit of freedom. It’s of the aesthetic of not being limited to the notion of having to abide by the popular [perceptions] of beauty or to create something readily identifiable as being “Navajo” but instead it’s to deconstruct old ideas to create new ones. I found that often times other people’s notion of beauty are not necessarily my own. Under those circumstances, I find it a necessity to examine “the other” which some people may find unsavory or bland and reinvent it giving it new life. Addressing subject matter and composition in this way contextualizes traditional Navajo weaving into contemporary art.

Login to your Instagram account and go to SAR’s Instagram page at 6pm on August 31 to watch and chat with Marlowe live! (https://www.instagram.com/schoolforadvancedresearch)

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Sep
7
Mon
2020
SAR Artists Live on Instagram with Jonathan Loretto @ SAR's Instagram page
Sep 7 @ 6:00 pm – 6:30 pm
Jonathan Loretto

2012 Rollin and Mary Ella King Fellow

Artist Live Transparent

SAR Artists Live with clay artist and jeweler Jonathan Loretto will take place Monday, September 7 at  6:00 p.m. MDT. Jump behind-the-scenes and into the workspace of SAR’s 2012 Rollin and Mary Ella King Native artist fellow. Loretto is from Walatowa (Jemez) and Cochiti Pueblos and has been creating traditional pottery for the past thirty years. Loretto’s work has been featured at the Wheelwright Museum of the American Indian and Institute of American Indian Arts in Santa Fe; the Tower Gallery in Pojoaque, New Mexico; Hui’noeau Visual Arts Center in Makawao, Hawaii; and the Vermont Studio Center in Johnson, Vermont.

Login to your Instagram account and go to SAR’s Instagram page at 6pm on September 7  to watch and chat with Jonathan live! (https://www.instagram.com/schoolforadvancedresearch)

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Bobblehead by Jonathan Loretto, 2011, clay. Photo courtesy of the artist.

Bobblehead by Jonathan Loretto, 2011, clay. Photo courtesy of the artist.

Sep
14
Mon
2020
SAR Artists Live on Instagram with Franklin Peters @ SAR's Instagram page
Sep 14 @ 6:00 pm – 6:30 pm
Franklin Peters

Franklin Peters, photo courtesy of Jason Ordaz

Artist Live TransparentSAR Artists Live with Acoma potter Franklin Peters will take place Monday, September 14 at  6:00 p.m. MDT. Jump behind-the-scenes and into the workspace of SAR’s 2011 Rollin and Mary Ella King Native artist fellow. Franklin received his pottery training from Phyllis Juanico, Florence Aragon, and his mother, Ella Peters. His work has been shown in several galleries around Albuquerque and Santa Fe.

Login to your Instagram account and go to SAR’s Instagram page at 6pm on September 14 to watch and chat with Franklin live! (https://www.instagram.com/schoolforadvancedresearch)

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Sep
21
Mon
2020
SAR Artists Live on Instagram with Randy Chitto @ SAR's Instagram page
Sep 21 @ 6:00 pm – 6:30 pm

2006 Dubin Fellow, Randy Chitto

Artist Live TransparentSAR Artists Live with clay artist Randy Chitto (Mississippi band of Choctaw) will take place Monday, September 21 at  6:00 p.m. MDT. Jump behind-the-scenes and into the workspace of SAR’s 2006 Ronald and Susan Dubin Native artist fellow. Turtle storytellers are Chitto’s trademark, in which he blends stories from his Choctaw heritage with an art form known to the Southwest.

In his work, Randy tells stories of how the Choctaw were forced to relocate to a new geographical region. The medicine people instructed the elders to share their stories and wisdom with three chosen animals – the bear, the raccoon and the turtle. These wisdom keepers were instructed to protect the origin stories and preserve the spirit of the people through the ages lest they not be permitted return to the land of their ancestors.

Login to your Instagram account and go to SAR’s Instagram page at 6pm on September 21 to watch and chat with Randy live! (https://www.instagram.com/schoolforadvancedresearch)

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Sep
28
Mon
2020
SAR Artists Live on Instagram with Jason Garcia @ SAR's Instagram page
Sep 28 @ 6:00 pm – 6:30 pm

Jason Garcia. Photo by Dakota Mase, courtesy Jason Garcia

Artist Live TransparentSAR Artists Live with clay artist and printmaker Jason Garcia (Santa Clara Pueblo) will take place Monday, September 28 at  6:00 p.m. MDT. Jump behind-the-scenes and into the workspace of SAR’s 2006 Ronald and Susan Dubin Native artist fellow. Jason carefully examines and interprets life around him and then shares those uniquely personal observations with the rest of the world. In his finished work—most often clay tiles that are created in the traditional Pueblo way with hand-gathered clay, native clay slips and outdoor firings — he transforms materials closely connected to the earth into a visually rich mix of Pueblo history and culture, comic book super heroes, video game characters, religious icons and all things pop culture.

Login to your Instagram account and go to SAR’s Instagram page at 6pm on September 28 to watch and chat with Jason live! (https://www.instagram.com/schoolforadvancedresearch)

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Jason Garcia. “Tewa Tales of Suspense #5 – Behold…Po’Pay”
Clay and mineral pigments. Photo courtesy of artist.

 

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