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50 Years, 7 Families: The Legacy of Rick Dillingham and Pueblo Pottery Mar 30, 2024
11:00 AM to 12:30 PM
50 Years, 7 Families: The Legacy of Rick Dillingham and Pueblo Pottery
New Mexico Museum of Art

Join us for a lively conversation about the lasting impact of Rick Dillingham’s 1974 publication 7 Families in Pueblo Pottery, featuring a panel of experts in contemporary ceramics, pueblo pottery, and anthropology. This program will explore the legacy of 7 Families, the artwork of Dillingham, and the socio-cultural tensions between Dillingham’s aesthetics and indigenous pottery practices.

Panelists:Bruce Bernstein PhD, Senior Scholar School for Advanced Research and Director Emeritus Museum of Indian Arts and Culture and Laboratory of AnthropologyGarth Clark, Historian, Author, Art Critic, Art DealerClarence Cruz, Associate Professor Art & Art History, MFA Studio Arts/Pueblo Pottery, University of New MexicoLea S. McChesney, PhD, Curator of Ethnology, Maxwell Museum of Anthropology

** Moderated by Katie Doyle, Assistant Curator, New Mexico Museum of Art

This program is held in collaboration with the Maxwell Museum of Anthropology, Albuquerque.

FREE- Museum Admission not included


For more information, contact Sarah Zurick at 505-396-0643 , sarah.zurick@dca.nm.gov



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