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Ronda Brulotte

Noon-1 pm, Feb 13, 2013 | free
 

"Between Art and Artifact: Archaeological Replicas and Cultural Production in Oaxaca, Mexico." Presented by UNM anthropologist Ronda Brulotte.



Where: School for Advanced Research
Phone: 505-954-7200
Address:
660 Garcia St.
Santa Fe, NM
87501
Website: http://www.sarweb.org/

 

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IAIA MFA student Helga Schimkat, who has worked as a lawyer and animal rights and environmental activist, reads from her creative nonfiction.
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Bring your own lunch as Candice Hopkins discusses the curatorial processes behind the Unsettled Landscapes exhibition at SITE and Sakahán: International Indigenous Art at the National Gallery of Canada.
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Also At School for Advanced Research

Navajo Cultural Uses of Native Plants in the Four Corners Region

Tuesday, Mar 10, 2015
The traditional use of plants by the Navajo people in the San Juan basin of New Mexico will the the focus of this presentation by ethnobotanist Arnold Clifford.
3-4 pm | free

School for Advanced Research

660 Garcia St.
Santa Fe
Web | Map

Navajo Cultural Uses of Native Plants in the Four Corners Region

Tuesday, Mar 10, 2015
Ethnobotanist Arnold Clifford speaks on the traditional use of plants by the Navajo people in New Mexico.
3-4 pm | free

School for Advanced Research

660 Garcia St.
Santa Fe
Web | Map
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