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Explores the expression of history and culture in generations of Pueblo Indians' pottery Like Seven Families, this updated and greatly enlarged version by Rick Dillingham, who curate the original exhibition, includes portraits of the ...

Author: Rick Dillingham

Publisher: UNM Press

ISBN: 0826314996

Category: Antiques & Collectibles

Page: 289

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Explores the expression of history and culture in generations of Pueblo Indians' pottery
1994 By Rick Dillingham

The revival of traditional Pueblo pottery in the 1920s was also followed by many changes and innovations to the tradition . SELECTION FROM Fourteen Families in Pueblo Pottery Tradition itself is constantly being reinvented in Pueblo ...

Author: Calvin A. Roberts

Publisher: UNM Press

ISBN: 0826340083

Category: History

Page: 192

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A textbook tracing the history of New Mexico since statehood was obtained in 1912 through the end of the twentieth century--Source other than Library of Congress.

By 1994, the Ortiz family was important enough to rate its own section in Fourteen Families in Pueblo Pottery, but the family was nowhere near as important in 1994 as it is today. The dynasty goes back to the years before World War II, ...

Author: Allan Hayes

Publisher: Taylor Trade Publishing

ISBN: 9781589798625

Category: Art

Page: 224

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When this book first appeared in 1996, it was “Pottery 101,” a basic introduction to the subject. It served as an art book, a history book, and a reference book, but also fun to read, beautiful to look at, and filled with good humor and good sense. After twenty years of faithful service, it’s been expanded and brought up-to-date with photographs of more than 1,600 pots from more than 1,600 years. It shows every pottery-producing group in the Southwest, complete with maps that show where each group lives. Now updated, rewritten, and re-photographed, it's a comprehensive study as well as a basic introduction to the art.
2015-08-03 By Allan Hayes

Blair, Mary Ellen and Blair, Laurence (1986) Margaret Tafoya: A lewa Potter's Heritage and Legacy, West Chester, ... Dillingham, Rick (1995) Fourteen Families of Pueblo Pottery, Albuquerque, NM: University of New Mexico Press.

Author: W. Jackson Rushing III

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781136180101

Category: Art

Page: 252

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This illuminating and provocative book is the first anthology devoted to Twentieth Century Native American and First Nation art. Native American Art brings together anthropologists, art historians, curators, critics and distinguished Native artists to discuss pottery, painitng, sculpture, printmaking, photography and performance art by some of the most celebrated Native American and Canadian First Nation artists of our time The contributors use new theoretical and critical approaches to address key issues for Native American art, including symbolism and spirituality, the role of patronage and musuem practices, the politics of art criticism and the aesthetic power of indigenous knowledge. The artist contributors, who represent several Native nations - including Cherokee, Lakota, Plains Cree, and those of the PLateau country - emphasise the importance of traditional stories, myhtologies and ceremonies in the production of comtemporary art. Within great poignancy, thye write about recent art in terms of home, homeland and aboriginal sovereignty Tracing the continued resistance of Native artists to dominant orthodoxies of the art market and art history, Native American Art in the Twentieth Century argues forcefully for Native art's place in modern art history.
2013-09-27 By W. Jackson Rushing III

Dillingham, Rick, Acoma & Laguna Pottery, School of American Research, 1992. Dillingham, Rick, Fourteen Families in Pueblo Pottery, University of New Mexico, 1994. Furst, Jill Leslie, Mojave Pottery, Mojave People, School of American ...

Author: Carol Hayes

Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing

ISBN: 9780747811091

Category: Art

Page: 64

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Native American pottery of the U.S. southwest has long been considered collectible and today can fetch many thousands of dollars per piece. Authors, collectors, and dealers Carol and Allen Hayes provide readers with a concise overview of the pottery of the southwest, from its origins in the Bastketmaker period (around 400 AD) to the Spanish entrada (1540 AD-1879 AD) to today's new masters. Readers will find dozens of color images depicting pottery from the Zuni, Hopi, Anasazi, and many other peoples. Maps help readers identify where these master potters and their peoples lived (i.e. the Pueblo a tribal group or area). Pottery of the Southwest will serve as a useful introduction as well as a lovely guide for enthusiasts.
2012-07-20 By Carol Hayes

Fourteen Families in Pueblo Pottery. Foreword by J.J.Brody. Albuquerque: University of New Mexico Press, 1994. Hayes, Allan, and John Blum. Southwestern Pottery: Anasazi to Zuni. Flagstaff, AZ: Northland Press, 1996. Trimble, Stephen.

Author: Gretchen M. Bataille

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781135955878


Page: 412

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Containing biographical sketches of approximately 270 Native American women, this book shows the many important roles they occupy in both contemporary and traditional culture. Arranged alphabetically, entries describe the contributions of Native women in fields like law, medicine, art, and education. Appendixes list entries by areas of specialization, decades of birth, state or province, and tribal affiliation. A selected bibliography is also included.
2003-12-16 By Gretchen M. Bataille

Alcario, from the same family of potters, joined his wife in the business of making pots. ... He was even known to carve designs in some of her pots, but he never signed his work. ... Fourteen Families in Pueblo Pottery.

Author: Kristin G. Congdon

Publisher: ABC-CLIO

ISBN: 9780313349362

Category: Architecture

Page: 728

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Folk art is as varied as it is indicative of person and place, informed by innovation and grounded in cultural context. The variety and versatility of 300 American folk artists is captured in this collection of informative and thoroughly engaging essays. * 300 essays on folk artists from all over the United States, organized alphabetically within geographical region * Introductory essays for each of the five regional sections * Numerous photographs of the works of many artists profiled * A glossary of over 100 terms, such as "quirts" and "whirlygigs" * A list of museums and galleries by region and a list of artists by media * An extensive bibliography including works from the fields of folklore, art history, and art criticism, as well as catalogs from major museum and gallery exhibitions
2011-12 By Kristin G. Congdon

In 1992 the potter and collector Rick Dillingham wrote a more in-depth book about Acoma and Laguna pottery. In 1994 he expanded his project and sought to correct the Campbell record with Fourteen Families in Pueblo Pottery.

Author: Martha Drexler Lynn

Publisher: Yale University Press

ISBN: 9780300212730

Category: Art

Page: 418

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A landmark survey of the formative years of American studio ceramics and the constellation of people, institutions, and events that propelled it from craft to fine art
2015-01-01 By Martha Drexler Lynn

However, she was far from shy about sharing with her family her knowledge of pottery making. ... Fourteen Families in Pueblo Pottery. ... “A Good Heart, A Good Life: The Legacy of Santa Clara Pueblo Potter Margaret Tafoya.

Author: Carol Kort

Publisher: Infobase Publishing

ISBN: 9781438107912

Category: Art, American

Page: 273

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Presents biographical profiles of American women of achievement in the field of visual arts, including birth and death dates, major accomplishments, and historical influence.
2002-01-01 By Carol Kort

The pottery is from the Hopi Sikyatki diggings. The basket was used in the wine ceremonies of ... Today, their pottery has increased in value and collectors seek their pottery (Fourteen Families in Pueblo Pottery by Rick Dillingham).

Author: Dr. Leona M Zastrow

Publisher: Archway Publishing

ISBN: 9781480841314

Category: Art

Page: 86

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American Indian art has a long history and a vibrant and active modern-day community, something that has long interested collectors, historians, and anthropologists. In My Tree of Life as an Appraiser of American Indian ArtMy Viewpoint, author Leona M. Zastrow offers an examination of the past and present of American Indian art from her viewpoint as an art appraiser. She presents facts and details about Southwest American Indian art, considering its history and transitions and offers snapshot views of American Indian art. She also describes how people can donate their work to nonprofit organizations, explains several federal laws concerning Indian artists, and profiles several American Indian artists who created many of the items featured in these pages, including potters, jewelers, weavers, carvers, printers, and painters. Presented from the unique perspective of an appraiser, this collection of articles, originally written for a Santa Fe area publication, shines a new light on American Indian Art. A perfect reflection of a life lived in harmony with her roles as friend, teacher, appraiser, and collector of American Indian Art. Throughout the pages, we are offered a unique insight into a many-faceted world of wondrous American Indian art. Dr. Ginny Brouch, Phoenix, Arizona
2017-01-13 By Dr. Leona M Zastrow

Juan-Les-Pins, France: XIVème Rencontres Internationales d'Archéologie et d'Histoire d'Antibes. Dillingham, R. 1994. Fourteen Families in Pueblo Pottery. Albuquerque: University of New Mexico Press. Ditter, Alfred, and Fred Plog. 1999.

Author: Willeke Wendrich

Publisher: University of Arizona Press

ISBN: 9780816599301

Category: Social Science

Page: 264

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Archaeologists study a wide array of material remains to propose conclusions about non-material aspects of culture. The intricacies of these findings have increased over recent decades, but only limited attention has been paid to what the archaeological record can tell us about the transfer of cultural knowledge through apprenticeship. Apprenticeship is broadly defined as the transmission of culture through a formal or informal teacher–pupil relationship. This collection invites a wide discussion, citing case studies from all over the world and yet focuses the scholarship into a concise set of contributions. The chapters in this volume demonstrate how archaeology can benefit greatly from the understanding of the social dimensions of knowledge transfer. This book also examines apprenticeship in archaeology against a backdrop of sociological and cognitive psychology literature, to enrich the understanding of the relationship between material remains and enculturation. Each of the authors in this collection looks specifically at how material remains can reveal several specific aspects of ancient cultures: What is the human potential for learning? How do people learn? Who is teaching? Why are they learning? What are the results of such learning? How do we recognize knowledge transfer in the archaeological record? These fundamental questions are featured in various forms in all chapters of the book. With case studies from the American Southwest, Alaska, Egypt, Ancient Greece, and Mesopotamia, this book will have broad appeal for scholars—particularly those concerned with cultural transmission and traditions of learning and education—all over the world.
2013-01-01 By Willeke Wendrich

Appendix B : Genealogy For more complete genealogy of descendants , see Rick Dillingham , Fourteen Families in Pueblo Pottery , 14–15 . ( Albuquerque , University of New Mexico Press , 1994 ) Father a famous warrior who fought against ...

Author: Barbara Kramer

Publisher: University of Arizona Press

ISBN: 0816523215

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 224

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At the beginning of the twentieth century, Hopi-Tewa potter Nampeyo revitalized Hopi pottery by creating a contemporary style inspired by prehistoric ceramics. Nampeyo (ca. 1860-1942) made clay pots at a time when her people had begun using manufactured vessels, and her skill helped convert pottery-making from a utilitarian process to an art form. The only potter known by name from that era, her work was unsigned and widely collected. Travel brochures on the Southwest featured her work, and in 1905 and 1907 she was a potter in residence at Grand Canyon National Park's Hopi House. This first biography of the influential artist is a meticulously researched account of Nampeyo's life and times. Barbara Kramer draws on historical documents and comments by family members not only to reconstruct Nampeyo's life but also to create a composite description of her pottery-making process, from gathering clay through coiling, painting, and firing. The book also depicts changes brought about on the Hopi reservation by outsiders and the response of American society to Native American arts.
2003-02-01 By Barbara Kramer

74-83 , and Glassie , Turkish Traditional Art Today , 132–41 ; Dillingham , Fourteen Families in pp . 425–562 , 856–72 . Pueblo Pottery , pp . 92–103 ; Frederick J. Dockstader , A Tribute to Lucy M. Lewis : P. 60.

Author: Henry Glassie

Publisher: Indiana University Press

ISBN: 0253213568

Category: Art

Page: 149

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Material Culture--Henry Glassie, George Jevremovic, and William T. Sumner, editors (Note: there is an accent egue on the c Jevremovic)Contents: The Potter's ArtBangladeshSwedenGeorgiaAcomaTurkeyJapanHagiWork in the ClayAcknowledgmentsNotesBibliographyIndex
1999 By Henry Glassie

Feminism and Pueblo Cultures, 1879-1934 Margaret D. Jacobs ... Museum of Arizona Press with Northland Press , 1977 ) ; and Rick Dillingham's Fourteen Families in Pueblo Pottery ( Albuquerque : University of New Mexico Press , 1994 ) .

Author: Margaret D. Jacobs

Publisher: U of Nebraska Press

ISBN: 0803276095

Category: Social Science

Page: 273

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In this interdisciplinary study of gender, cross-cultural encounters, and federal Indian policy, Margaret D. Jacobs explores the changing relationship between Anglo-American women and Pueblo Indians before and after the turn of the century. During the late nineteenth century, the Pueblos were often characterized by women reformers as barbaric and needing to be "uplifted" into civilization. By the 1920s, however, the Pueblos were widely admired by activist Anglo-American women, who challenged assimilation policies and worked hard to protect the Pueblos? "traditional" way of life. ø Deftly weaving together an analysis of changes in gender roles, attitudes toward sexuality, public conceptions of Native peoples, and federal Indian policy, Jacobs argues that the impetus for this transformation in perception rests less with a progressively tolerant view of Native peoples and more with fundamental shifts in the ways Anglo-American women saw their own sexuality and social responsibilities.
1999-01-01 By Margaret D. Jacobs

The Early Years of Native American Art History: The Politics of Scholarship and Collecting, pp. 1–21, Sea le: University of ... Dillingham, R. (1994) Fourteen Families in Pueblo Pottery, Albuquerque: University of New Mexico Press.

Author: Janet Marstine

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781317416654

Category: Social Science

Page: 478

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Curating Art provides insight into some of the most socially and politically impactful curating of historical and contemporary art since the late 1990s. It offers up a museological framework for understanding watershed developments of curating in art museums. Representing the plurality of theory and practice around the expanded field of relational curating, the book focuses on curating that prioritises the quality of relationships between people and objects, between institutions and people and among people. It has wide international breadth, with particularly strong representation in East and Southeast Asia, including four papers never before translated into English. This Asian cluster illuminates the globalisation of the field and challenges dichotomies of East and West while acknowledging distinctions within specific, but often transnational, cultural spheres. The compelling philosophical perspectives and case studies included within Curating Art will be of interest to students and researchers studying curating, exhibition development and art museums. The book will also inspire current and emerging curators to pose challenging but important questions about their own practice and the relationships that this work sustains.
2021-12-31 By Janet Marstine

Genealogical Representation as “ Linear Descent in Art ” In 1994 , noted ceramic artist , collector , and Pueblo pottery dealer Rick Dillingham published the much - heralded Fourteen Families in Pueblo Pottery .



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... OK, 1996); Margaret Archuleta and Rennard Strickland, Shared Visions: Native American Painters and Sculptors in the Twentieth Century (Phoenix, AZ, 1991); Rick Dillingham, Fourteen Families in Pueblo Pottery (Albuquerque, NM, ...

Author: Peter Iverson

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

ISBN: 9781118751701

Category: History

Page: 368

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In addition to revisions and updates, the second edition of “We Are Still Here” features new material, seeing this well-loved American History Series volume maintain its treatment of American Indians in the 20th century while extending its coverage into the opening decades of the 21st century. Provides student and general readers concise and engaging coverage of contemporary history of American Indians contributed by top scholars and instructors in the field Represents an ideal supplement to any U.S. or Native American survey text Includes a completely up-to-date synthesis of the most current literature in the field Features a comprehensive Bibliographical Essay that serves to aid student research and writing Covers American Indian history from 1890 through 2013
2014-07-23 By Peter Iverson

Fourteen families in Pueblo pottery. ... The art of the Pueblo cultures has always exploited symmetry. The work of some contemporary artists, particularly the Acoma potters featured in this book, is wondrously intricate.

Author: James T. Smith

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

ISBN: 9781118031032

Category: Mathematics

Page: 486

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A practical, accessible introduction to advanced geometryExceptionally well-written and filled with historical andbibliographic notes, Methods of Geometry presents a practical andproof-oriented approach. The author develops a wide range ofsubject areas at an intermediate level and explains how theoriesthat underlie many fields of advanced mathematics ultimately leadto applications in science and engineering. Foundations, basicEuclidean geometry, and transformations are discussed in detail andapplied to study advanced plane geometry, polyhedra, isometries,similarities, and symmetry. An excellent introduction to advancedconcepts as well as a reference to techniques for use inindependent study and research, Methods of Geometry alsofeatures: Ample exercises designed to promote effective problem-solvingstrategies Insight into novel uses of Euclidean geometry More than 300 figures accompanying definitions and proofs A comprehensive and annotated bibliography Appendices reviewing vector and matrix algebra, least upperbound principle, and equivalence relations An Instructor's Manual presenting detailed solutions to all theproblems in the book is available upon request from the Wileyeditorial department.
2011-03-01 By James T. Smith

Tafoya, Margaret each pregnancy, Margaret Tafoya returned to pottery making. ... Making pots this large was an enormous technical achievement, one that very few Pueblo potters could match. ... Fourteen Families in Pueblo Pottery.

Author: Liz Sonneborn

Publisher: Infobase Publishing

ISBN: 9781438107882

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 337

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Presents a biographical dictionary profiling important Native American women, including birth and death dates, major accomplishments, and historical influence.
2007-01-01 By Liz Sonneborn