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Indigenous Art Exhibition at Yale Challenges History and Perception
Indigenous Art Exhibition at Yale Challenges History and Perception “Place, Nations, Generations, Beings,” a somber and moving display of two centuries’ worth of Native American artworks at the Yale University Art Gallery, comes with a conventional list of acknowledgments plus an unconvention...
Field School through the Lens of a Fine Arts Major
This post is one in our annual series of essays by our Preservation Archaeology Field School students. We invite you to continue following along with their experiences over the next few weeks. Emilee Simpson, Cochise College (June 27, 2019)—I have always wanted to create art and share it with ...
A San Xavier Legacy
This is the first post in our annual series of essays by our Preservation Archaeology Field School students. We invite you to follow along with their experiences over the next six weeks through their own words. Esteban Jasso, Cochise College (June 5, 2019)—Beyond the iconic, white plastered ...
Recent Field Visits for the Salado Preservation Initiative
By Andy Laurenzi, Southwest Field Representative The next phase of the Salado Preservation Initiative began last month, when Bill Doelle, Jeff Clark, myself, and our new Preservation Fellow, Lewis Borck, headed to the field to visit several sites in the Sulphur Springs Valley, on the west s...