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San Felipe Potters Seminar I
March 14, 2012

In 2012, the IARC brought together seven potters from San Felipe Pueblo to discuss the past, present, and future of pottery making in their community. The potters met three times over the course of the year to grapple with various issues such as how to define pottery from San Felipe and what it means to be a potter from the Pueblo. During their meetings, they also shared ideas, materials, and techniques related to creating pottery.

Virtually unknown to the general public, San Felipe pottery is distinct not in its designs or patterns, but because of a consistent trend of experimentation and innovation that cuts across many art forms at the Pueblo. One outcome of these seminars will be that the IARC staff will work with these potters to create an online exhibit that explores the complexities surrounding San Felipe pottery.

Sponsored by Anne Ray Charitable Trust

Participants
Cynthia Chavez Lamar, Facilitator Director, IARC, School for Advanced Research
Daryl Candelaria, San Felipe Pueblo
Gerren Candelaria, San Felipe Pueblo
Hubert Candelario, San Felipe Pueblo
Ray Garcia, San Felipe Pueblo
Joseph Latoma, San Felipe Pueblo
Geraldine Lovato, San Felipe Pueblo
Ricardo Ortiz, San Felipe Pueblo

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San Felipe Potters Seminar II
May 11, 2012

In 2012, the IARC brought together seven potters from San Felipe Pueblo to discuss the past, present, and future of pottery making in their community. The potters met three times over the course of the year to grapple with various issues such as how to define pottery from San Felipe and what it means to be a potter from the Pueblo. During their meetings, they also shared ideas, materials, and techniques related to creating pottery.

Virtually unknown to the general public, San Felipe pottery is distinct not in its designs or patterns, but because of a consistent trend of experimentation and innovation that cuts across many art forms at the Pueblo. One outcome of these seminars will be that the IARC staff will work with these potters to create an online exhibit that explores the complexities surrounding San Felipe pottery.

Sponsored by Anne Ray Charitable Trust

Participants
Cynthia Chavez Lamar, Facilitator Director, IARC, School for Advanced Research
Daryl Candelaria, San Felipe Pueblo
Gerren Candelaria, San Felipe Pueblo
Hubert Candelario, San Felipe Pueblo
Ray Garcia, San Felipe Pueblo
Joseph Latoma, San Felipe Pueblo
Geraldine Lovato, San Felipe Pueblo
Ricardo Ortiz, San Felipe Pueblo

Click photo above to view gallery.

San Felipe Potters Seminar III
June 25, 2012

In 2012, the IARC brought together seven potters from San Felipe Pueblo to discuss the past, present, and future of pottery making in their community. The potters met three times over the course of the year to grapple with various issues such as how to define pottery from San Felipe and what it means to be a potter from the Pueblo. During their meetings, they also shared ideas, materials, and techniques related to creating pottery.

Virtually unknown to the general public, San Felipe pottery is distinct not in its designs or patterns, but because of a consistent trend of experimentation and innovation that cuts across many art forms at the Pueblo. One outcome of these seminars will be that the IARC staff will work with these potters to create an online exhibit that explores the complexities surrounding San Felipe pottery.

Sponsored by Anne Ray Charitable Trust

Participants

Cynthia Chavez Lamar, Facilitator Director, IARC, School for Advanced Research
Daryl Candelaria, San Felipe Pueblo
Gerren Candelaria, San Felipe Pueblo
Hubert Candelario, San Felipe Pueblo
Ray Garcia, San Felipe Pueblo
Joseph Latoma, San Felipe Pueblo
Geraldine Lovato, San Felipe Pueblo
Ricardo Ortiz, San Felipe Pueblo

Click photo above to view gallery.

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