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For want of a few more students, the “Artistic Traditions of the Southwest” course at UNM-Los Alamos may be canceled, even if it is only $15 per senior citizen and standard tuition for others.
“Three people have signed up so far but I’m getting worried because the class starts June 14,” instructor Carol Noones said Wednesday. “We need just four more people and we really hope the community will rally around this unique course and help us keep it open.”
The five-Saturday class, consists mostly of short field trips to art galleries and museums such as the Poeh Museum and Tower Gallery in Pojoaque, the Georgia O’Keeffe Museum in Santa Fe, and the Harwood Museum in Taos.
“We’ll also have classroom films, music and discussions on the importance of the land, its myths and the region’s multiple cultures in the development of a worldwide market in Southwestern art,” Noones said. “For our last class on July 19, we’ll travel to the Eight Northern Indian Pueblos Arts and Crafts Show, which is a more intimate version of the Santa Fe Indian Market.”
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