On Friday, January 19, join self-taught emerging digital artist Jonathan Juanico of Acoma Pueblo at the opening reception of Degrees of Tradition from 5-8 p.m. His graphic designs transform Acoma symbols, stories, and aspects of the natural environment into cutting-edge and distinctive imagery that commemorates the rich fabric of Acoma culture and arts.
Free with museum admission. Exhibit runs through April 8.
IPCC is hosting a free Artist Demonstration at their store, Shumakolowa Native Arts, on Saturday, January 20, from 12-3 p.m. Percy and Charlotte Reano from Santo Domingo Pueblo are a husband and wife duo known for handcrafting exquisite heishi beads, and creating beautiful statement necklaces in traditional and contemporary styles. They will demonstrate the jewelry-making process from beginning to end, providing examples of each step to showcase the skill, patience, and craftsmanship involved in creating Native wearable art.
IPCC holds an agency endowment with NMCF. To learn how your organization can do the same, please contact Linda Milbourn at lmilbourn@nmcf.org