Honoring 40 Years of Creativity in Native American Arts
The School for Advanced Research celebrates
the 40th anniversary of the Indian Arts Research Center
Friday, June 22, 2018, 6:00-10:00 pm
Poeh Cultural Center
78 Cities of Gold Road
Presentation of a lifetime achievement award to Nora Naranjo Morse,
1988 Lamon Artist Fellow & 2000 Dubin Artist Fellow
Live and silent auction of artwork by former SAR Artist Fellows, including Lonnie Vigil, Carol Emarthle-Douglas, Kathleen Wall, Will Wilson, Mateo Romero, and Nora Naranjo Morse. Live auction performed by Wes Cowan of Cowan’s Auctions, Inc.
Gourmet Native American inspired cuisine by Casa Nova Custom Catering and hors d’oeurves by Chef Jay Riley of Acoma Pueblo
Live music by Native Roots, a reggae band from Santa Ana Pueblo featuring Emmett Garcia
Master of Ceremonies, Robert Mirabal (Taos), 2004 Sallie R. Wagner Indigenous American Artist/Scholar Fellow
Roxanne Swenztell’s Tower Gallery will be open until 8:00pm for guests
$150 each ($75 is tax deductible)
$1,250 for a table ($500 is tax deductible)
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All proceeds from this event benefit programs of the IARC to advance knowledge about Native American cultures in the Southwest.
Thank you to the former SAR Artist Fellows who have created and donated these pieces in honor of IARC’s 40th anniversary.
We are tremendously grateful to all!