SAR partners with Performance Santa Fe—
The Aunties: Women of the White Shell Water Place
Post-performance talkback with the featured performers presented by SAR and hosted by Tara Gatewood
The Aunties: Women of the White Shell Water Place is a multimedia storytelling experience conceived and created by Indigenous Performance Productions. Featuring three Native American matriarchs from northern New Mexico, The Aunties cultivates a space for these remarkable individuals to tell the stories of their lives. Join us as we celebrate these Aunties through an evening of shared storytelling, music, and multimedia arts, collectively reflecting on their pasts as we look towards the future. Featuring: Nora Naranjo Morse (Kha’p’o Owenge/Santa Clara Pueblo), Deborah Taffa (Yuma Kwaa-Tsaan/Laguna Pueblo), and Laura Tohe (Diné).
Stay for a post-performance talkback with the featured performers hosted by Tara Gatewood (Isleta Pueblo) and presented by the School for Advanced Research (SAR).
New Mexico debut performance
Kendra Potter, Director
Andre Bouchard, Executive Producer
Sean Eve, Associate Producer
Presented by Performance Santa Fe in partnership with Indigenous Performance Productions, Institute of American Indian Arts, The Santa Fe Indigenous Center, and the School for Advanced Research