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Native Arts Speaker Series

The Native Arts Speaker Series, formerly the Indian Arts Research Center Speaker Series, features topics surrounding the history and evolution of Native American art and the associated issues facing contemporary cultures of Indigenous people throughout the world. From advocacy and policy to preservation of language and traditional knowledge systems, the signature series offers scholars, artists, SAR members, and the local community an opportunity to learn and engage with notable experts.

2024 Native Arts Speaker Series

SAR Native Arts Speaker Series 2024. Weaving Histories: Stories of Tradition and Innovation in Pueblo Fiber Arts. Image of Kilt, Suzanne Marie Herrera Naranjo (San Ildefonso Pueblo), 2023, cotton, wool and dyes, 35 1/2 × 50 3/8 in . Photo by Addison Doty.

The 2024 Native Arts Speaker Series is dedicated to facilitating the exploration of Pueblo fiber arts in the Southwest. Pueblo fiber artists from across mediums discuss the past, present, and future of fiber arts, revitalization efforts, and the ways in which these rich traditions continue to be passed down from generation to generation.