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Tres Culturas: Pueblo Indian, Hispanic, and Anglo Traditions

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Nancy Walkup (walkup)
Wed, 05 May 1999 16:16:47 -0500


FYI:

Part of the teacher guide for "Tres Culturas: Pueblo Indian, Hispanic, and Anglo Traditions in New Mexico" is available (no charge, of course) on our web site at http://www.art.unt.edu/ntieva/artcurr/tres/index1.htm.

The site provides historical and cultural background material for the seminar, offered at Plaza Resolana in Santa Fe, New Mexico, this year from July 19-25. Plaza Resolana is an affiliate of the Ghost Ranch Conference Center and both offer year-round seminars, educational experiences, and Elderhostel. Both also have web sites: http://www.newmexico.com/resolana/index.html and http://www.newmexico-ghostranch.org/.

Online materials have information on Pueblo pottery, Maria Martinez, Navajo and Hispanic weaving, historic Hispanic art forms, early Anglo artists, and Georgia O'Keeffe.

Nancy