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Old 10-11-2019, 11:28 AM   #1
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Native Artists on upcoming episode of Craft in America

Photographer Cara Romero, Chemehuevi, and potter/printmaker Diego Romero, Cochiti Pueblo, are among the featured artists in an upcoming episode of Craft in America on PBS.

Craft in America -- Identity

Cara Romero uses digital photography to explore the range and complexity of modern indigenous reality and identity.

Cara Romero Photography

Everywhen: Indigenous Photoscapes at Peters Projects of Santa Fe

Diego Romero draws on Cochiti and Ancient Greek techniques and motifs, combined with narrative graphic style of comic books, to explore modern Native reality.

Diego Romero at Peters Projects Santa Fe

Diego Romero vs. the End of Art at the Museum of Indian Arts and Culture

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Diego Romero's work at Indian Market
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Quilt maker Susan Hudson, Dine, will be a featured artist in the upcoming Quilts episode of Craft in America

Craft in America - Quilts


Susan Hudson uses the conventions of plains ledger art and narrative quilt making to explore Dine history and modern life.


Susan Hudson -- Native Arts and Culture Blog

Susan Hudson -- Quilts Inc

Susan Hudson -- Sante Fe New Mexican
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Older episodes with Native artists:


Jeweler Denise Wallace, Native Alaskan, and lapidary Sam Wallace:

Community


Basket maker Pat Courtney Gold, Wasco:

Memory


Glass artist Preston Singleton, Tlingit:

Nature


Beadworker Terri Greeves, Kiowa:

Origins


Episodes already mentioned on powwows.com

Pomo basket weaver Corine Pearce on Craft in America

Native American Arts Festival at Idyllwild
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Denise Wallace is one of my silversmithing heroes. Her work is amazing.

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Her daughter is a silversmith as well.

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A friend of mine shared this on FB and I thought I would pass it on. https://www.pbs.org/newshour/show/a-...LczUZa4WlZw5XE

It's just a short video of the exhibit that's going to be shown in a few places in the country. I would love to see it.
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