"Documenting the Ever-changing Pueblo Cultural Landscape"

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Lecture today at 6 p.m.



Jason Garcia - Okuu Pin' (Santa Clara Pueblo) will present a lecture titled "Documenting the Ever-changing Pueblo Cultural Landscape" 6 p.m. Nov. 7 at the Nick Salazar Fine Arts Theater. His work explores the ever changing Santa Clara Pueblo cultural landscape and is influenced by Tewa cultural ceremonies and traditions, 21st century popular culture, and technology. His work has been exhibited in many museums and various exhibitions in the Southwest and the Midwest. Jason's work has also been acquired by various public and private collections that include the National Museum of the American Indian, Arizona State University, the Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art, the Nerman Museum of Contemporary Art, and the Philbrook Museum of Art.

The lecture will be followed by a Q & A and food from The Feasting Place.

The American Indian Student Organization will host an Arts & Crafts Fair on Saturday November 9th from 9:30a.m-4:00p.m. at the Nick Salazar Fine Arts Theater. The Fair will feature student and community artists, embroidery, pottery, jewelry, spices, beadwork and more. Join us for food, raffle, music and traditional dancing. Booths are $20 plus raffle donation, discount for students. Free for student organizations.

Sponsored by the Northern Pueblos Institute, American Indian Student Organization, Northern New Mexico College Student Senate and Student Life Activities. 

All events are free and open to the public. For more information, call the American Indian Center at 505-747-5405