Join us on any or all of select Thursday nights this summer to take part in engaging conversations about The Fred Harvey Company, the Harvey Girls, and Arizona history. Each event will host a different speaker and topic on Arizona. $10 non-members; members free but must RSVP by clicking on ticket link. Cash bar available for those age 21 and older.
Speakers for Aug. 11 and 25 will be announced soon! Here are our presenters in July:
July 14 – This event has sold out.
Colleen Lucero, project director of the Hopi Harvey Project, will share stories about her work which involves oral histories and stories of her community’s interaction with the Fred Harvey Company. Her work has been shown in in the Delores, Colorado, exhibit Ancestral Homelands, in the Insitu and Art Rush exhibits at the Balzer Contemporary Edge Gallery in Santa Fe, New Mexico, at the American Indian Higher Education Consortium in Green Bay, Wisconsin, and at Hopi Tutakaiki. Exhibitions curated by Colleen Lucero include When I Worked for Fred Harvey, Money and Wealth, and Insitu.
Join “hip historian” Marshall Shore as he takes on the question, “Does Arizona Have a Design Aesthetic Worth Remembering?” Shore will offer insights on three iconic Valley designers: Lloyd Kiva New, Charles Harrison and Glen Guyett. 5 to 6:30 p.m. in the Encanto Room. Purchase tickets/RSVP here.