Eric and Barbara Dobkin Fellowship
A multimedia artist living in Hilo, Hawai’i, Maile Andrade is a professor of art at the University of Hawai’i. While at SAR, she plans to work with a primary idea manifested in the Hawaiian language. “I Keia Manawa—In This Time” refers to Native Hawaiians standing firmly in the present with their backs to the future and their eyes on the past.
Ronald and Susan Dubin Fellowship
Louie García (Tiwa/Piro Pueblo) is a weaver who is dedicated to the process of weaving and passing those techniques on to future generations. A regular instructor at the Indian Pueblo Cultural Center and at many of the Pueblos, García has been weaving since age seven.
Rollin and Mary Ella King Fellowship
Jonathan Loretto is from Walatowa (Jemez) and Cochiti and has been creating traditional pottery for the past thirty years. This last year, he switched from creating vessels to developing figurative forms. Most recently, he has been creating what he calls “storytelling bobbleheads,” which combine the figurative tradition of Cochiti Pueblo with the contemporary pop phenomenon of the bobblehead.