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Plaza Resolana, an adult conference center in Santa Fe is again
offered a summer program for teachers and anyone else interested in
the arts in New Mexico. Called "Tres Culturas and the Visual Language
of Art," it will be offered in Santa Fe, July 19-25, 1999.
Participants are provided opportunities to meet with artists and
others to explore the three dominant cultures in New Mexico: Pueblo
Indian, Hispanic, and Anglo (everyone else).
Participants are provided lodging, meals, and transportation during
the seminar, but are responsible for their own transportation to and
from Santa Fe.
The cost for the week is $500.00 for room and board, and $400.00 for
Activities are participatory and include speakers, handson activities,
and "field trips." For example this year participants plans call to
work with Santa Clara potters and travel to Santa Clara Pueblo and its
Puye Cliff Dwellings for a pottery demonstration and traditional
Native American feast; visit the village of Chimayo for a tour of
traditional Hispanic weavers, tour the Sanctuario de Chimayo and the
studio of Anglo artist Diana Bryer; and visit the Cerillos Cultural
Center, an expedition and performance space created by the sculptor
Jesus Moroles (who you may remember from NAEA in Washington, D.C.)
Other activities are still being planned.
If you would like more information, you can contact me, but please
contact Plaza Resolana to register at 1-800-821-5145 or