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Phoenix, AZ Let’s visit with a few more weavers at the Heard Museum Guild Indian Market! Heading toward the east side of the show, I stopped and talked with Geneva Scott Shabi and her sister Brenda Spencer. Geneva’s large Ganado Red Wide Ruins rug was sporting a large and …Read More
Tempe, AZ September’s Crownpoint Rug Auction was relatively small (130 rugs) and was attended by about 45 buyers. There are quite a few auctions at this time of year and they continue up to December with one of the major events being held at Hubbell Trading Post this coming weekend on September 18th. Many of …Read More
Window Rock, Navajo Nation It’s been a whirlwind two weeks for Jennie Slick and me and a time that we will always remember. Last week, we were at the Handweaver’s Guild of America’s Convergence 2010 in Albuquerque, New Mexico where we taught several classes, visited with old friends and met many, many new ones. We …Read More
Denver, CO Navajo master weaver Roy Kady will show his work from April 2nd -22nd in an exhibit titled Na’ashjé’ii Biką’ Biyiin (Chant of the Male Spider). Roy is co-curating the exhibit with Teresa Montoya (Diné), a graduate student in the University of Denver’s Department of Anthropology. Set within the context of Navajo weaving, …Read More
Scottsdale, AZ The busy Heard Museum Indian Market weekend kicked off on Thursday, March 4, with the weekly ArtWalk giving special attention to the many Native American artists and craftsman who were in the Phoenix area for this large annual event. Both artists and attendees travel thousands of miles to be at the market, so …Read More