Open Rain or Shine
Buy tickets for a small group opportunity to learn more about Louie Garcia’s work on the SW Pueblos to preserve Cotton and the weaving traditions
This year meet our featured artist Louie Garcia, a renowned Tiwa-Piro Pueblo weaver. As our featured artist, Louie will be demonstrating traditional Pueblo weaving of his ancient textile tradition.
Have fun with the entire family. The INTERACTIVE CULTURAL PATH on Elm Street highlights free cultural education and experiential fun. Learn about beadwork, pottery, basket making, dream catchers and other crafts. Enjoy Traditional children’s games and storytelling by Apache Story Teller-Gregory Gomez as well as the popular INDIGENOUS GROCERY STORE exhibit, sponsored by the Memnosyne Foundation. The FOOD AS MEDICINE booth, developed by the Indigenous Institute of the Americas, returns with the consultation of Dr. Patrisia Gonzales –Kickapoo- Professor at the University of Arizona. Come and experience the sights, sounds and time honored traditions of the Native American Indian community. Jewelry, pottery, paintings, fetish carvings and other traditional artifacts and well as Indian Tacos and Fry bread will be available for purchase.
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