Short Course: Pueblo life as seen through Pueblo peoples' eyes (and April 16 & 23) | Heard Museum

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Short Course: Pueblo life as seen through Pueblo peoples’ eyes (and April 16 & 23)

Here’s your opportunity to get to know the life ways of Pueblo people from members of three Pueblo tribes, who will make exciting and informative presentations from 9:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. on three successive Thursdays in April in the Monte Vista Room, led by instructor Jackie Kemmer, Heard Museum Docent.

April 9Zuni, representing the western Pueblos. Guest Speakers: Milford, Randy, and Jaycee Nahohai, noted Zuni potters Milford and Randy are brothers; Jaycee is Randy’s son. These men will discuss Zuni tradition, culture, family life, and the art of pottery.

PLEASE NOTE: The subjects of the April 16 and 23 installments have been changed:

April 16 — Cochiti, representing the eight southern pueblos. Guest Speakers: Virgil Ortiz & Charles King, nationally recognized  expert on Pueblo pottery. Virgil is an artist in clay, clothing, and original ideas. Charles, a noted gallery owner here in the Valley, is the author of two books on Pueblo artists.


April 23 — Santa Clara, representing the eight northern pueblos. Guest Speakers: Jody and Susan Folwell, internationally known potters. Susan is Jody’s daughter. Together they were part of the acclaimed Mothers & Daughters exhibit several years ago. They will discuss Pueblo life, history, family , and their lives as pottery artists.

Presented by the Heard Museum Guild

Zuni Bowl from the "HOME: Native People in the Southwest" exhibit, Heard Museum

Event Details

Thursday, April 9

Thursday, April 9
9:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.

Thursday, April 16
9:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.

Thursday, April 23
9:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.

Active Las Guias members: $25
Heard Museum Guild members: $40
Heard Museum members: $50
Non-members: $60

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Monte Vista Room

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