Untold Pueblo Stories: Hidden Histories and the Pueblo Diaspora
Diego Medina (Tiwa-Piro-Manso), Albert Alvidrez (Ysleta del Sur), and Jerry Dunbar (Ysleta del Sur)
Diego Medina (Tiwa-Piro-Manso), Albert Alvidrez (Ysleta del Sur), and Jerry Dunbar (Ysleta del Sur) highlight underrepresented Pueblo stories in an exploration of the Ysleta del Sur and Tiwa-Piro-Manso histories. The panel discusses the effects of displacement on Pueblo communities and the larger Pueblo diaspora.
This event is free with museum admission.
Photos from left to right: Diego Medina, Jerry Dunbar, Albert Alvidrez. Photos courtesy of the Vilcek Foundation.
This panel is the last of four events in this year’s Native Arts Speaker Series.
The 2023 SAR Native Arts Speaker Series, Grounded in Clay Conversations, celebrates the Grounded in Clay project, which includes a traveling exhibition, catalog, and documentary, by headlining stories that have surfaced as a result of this project and opening conversations about lesser-known narratives intersecting Pueblo people and pottery. Learn more about the full series here.