Pop! Popular Culture in American Indian Art Exhibition dates: April 2010 - April 2011 Jason Garcia Santa Clara Pueblo, b. 1973 [Hero Jar], 2010 Ceramic
In the Museum Shop: artwork and fashion by Virgil Ortiz (Cochiti) during the Heard Museum Guild Indian Fair and Market, March 7-9, 2015
"Flag" Basket by Sally Black (Navajo)
marcus Amerman | Marcus Amerman
Silver & Inlay Pendant by Rudell & Nancy Laconsello (Zuni)
Mariachi Azteca Del Oro. Heard Museum Spanish Market, 2014. Photo by Caesar Chaves.
Artist Felipe De Jesus Horta Terra carving one of his wooden masks. Heard Museum Spanish Market, 2014. Photo by Jewel Clark.
Indigenous Visions at the Heard Museum Shops- Bill Dixon (Navajo)
Exhibition "Hopi Katsina Dolls: 100 Years of Carving" Mots’inkatsina or Disheveled Katsina, pre-1901 The disheveled hair of these Katsinam gives them their name. Alph Secakuku said their function is to “carry out public order, such as policing public works projects … They are mean spirits and not afraid to use the whips they carry.” Collected by Frederick Volz for the Fred Harvey Company, 832CI
Exhibition "Hopi Katsina Dolls: 100 Years of Carving" On the Far left: James Kootshongsie (Jimmy Koots), 1916-c. 1996 Hoote, 1955-1960 Originally the ruffs on katsina carvings were Douglas fir. This was a very fragile material that dried and broke. In the early 1960s, carvers began shaping a rounded wood ruff painted solid green. Gift of Joann Phillips, 4374-58
Heard Museum | American Indian Art & History
Museum Selfie Day, January 21, 2015 Bronze Sculpture by Roxanne Swentzell (Santa Clara-Tewa) "Window to the Past"
First Friday: Native + You - February 2015. Cupcake walk sponsors with some of the winnings to be had.
Pop! Popular Culture in American Indian Art Exhibition dates: April 2010 - April 2011 Cody Sanderson Navajo/Hopi/Pima/Nambe, b. 1964 Monkey design buckle and cufflinks, 2007 Silver, leather Heard Museum Purchase, 4472-1, 4490-1a,b
Exhibition "Jesse Monongye: Opal Bears and Lapis Skies"