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"Transcending Duality: The Santa Fe Studio Style"

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Name: "Transcending Duality: The Santa Fe Studio Style"
Date: November 17, 2018 - February 10, 2019
Event Description:
This visually dynamic exhibition, rich in color and symbolic meaning, looks at the work created by some of the Southwest’s greatest Native painters, including: Awa Tsireh, Ma Pe Wi, Fred Kabotie, Otis Polelonema, Tonita Pena, Julian Martinez, Abel Sanchez, Harrison Begay, Quincy Tahoma, Andy Tsinajinnie, Allan Houser, Robert Chee, Ha So Deh, Pablita Velarde, and Beatien Yazz. Many of these artists, like Native students all over the country, left their homes behind to get an education at a government operated boarding school. For many at the Santa Fe Indian School, art became a way to maintain a relationship with their now distant sources of identity. They developed a distinctive style building on traditional symbolism and activities such as hunting, tending sheep and attending ceremonies.
Location:
Museum of Northern Arizona
Contact Information:
Kristan Hutchison
Fees/Admission:
$12 Adults, $10 Sr/Military, $8 Youth (10-17) Student w/ ID & American Indian, Members and Ages 9 and under free
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