Grounded in Clay: The Spirit of Pueblo Pottery
On display through May 29, 2023 at the Museum of Indian Arts and Culture
Museum of Indian Arts & Culture debuts a traveling exhibition that features more than 100 historic and contemporary works in clay.
The project, Grounded in Clay: The Spirit of Pueblo Pottery is a unique exhibition curated by the Native American communities it represents. Organized by the School for Advanced Research, the Vilcek Foundation, opening at the Museum of Indian Arts & Culture, the exhibition offers a visionary understanding of Pueblo pots as vessels of community-based knowledge and personal experience, including 11 pieces from the Laboratory of Anthropology, part of the Museum of Indian Arts & Culture.
Much more information can be found on the Grounded in Clay website.
Also on exhibit at the Museum of Indian Arts and Culture
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