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Good-bye to Herman Brown, a Master Weaver and a Good Friend

By Mary Walker | September 9, 2015

A tribute to master Navajo weaver Herman Brown, who died on September 07, 2015. Herman was renowned for his American flag miniature Navajo rugs. Read about Herman.

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Gerard Begay’s Poncho: Returning to the Roots of Navajo Weaving

By Mary Walker | August 25, 2015

Most of us think of the rug as the quintessential product of Navajo weaving but pieces like Gerard Begay’s poncho, woven for the just concluded Santa Fe Indian Market, go back to the times when Navajo weaving was woven mainly for use by Navajo people.  The rug as a floor-covering is a collaboration between traders…

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The Friends of Hubbell Native American Arts Auction will take remote bids. You have to pre-register and be able to use Zoom. It's a great way to support weavers who haven't been able to sell their work at auction for 18 months. Call 602-370-2875 to pre-register to bid.We at Friends of Hubbell know that there are some of you who would like to attend the Native American Arts Auction that's coming up, but who just can't travel right now. Have we got a deal for you!

We are going to livestream the auction! Even better, we're offering remote bidding with prior registration. You'll logon to a Zoom meeting and you'll be able to see the auction lots as they're presented. If you'd like to bid, let our Auction Concierge know by raising your hand, and your bid will be recorded as if you were in the room. You don't have to fiddle with anything more complicated than Zoom, but you do need to pre-register. Could there be a glitch? Sure, but we're going to do our best to make this work. We hope to start doing monthly auctions with this system.

Want to pre-register? Call our volunteer, Mary Walker, at 602-370.2875 and she'll get you all set up. The best part? If you do show up the day of the auction, you're already registered!

Remote buyers are responsible for shipping charges on their purchases. We estimate those at about $20 per item, although pottery may be more depending on size. You can also pick up your items after the auction if you want to. You'll receive a bidder catalog and number via email prior to the start of the auction. We will also do a test Zoom prior to the auction so that you can see what to expect.

We hope that this will work for our buyers and will allow us to share the auction as widely as possible! Pre-register at 602-370-2875 today!
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The Friends of Hubbell Native American Arts Auction will take remote bids.  You have to pre-register and be able to use Zoom.  Its a great way to support weavers who havent been able to sell their work at auction for 18 months.  Call 602-370-2875 to pre-register to bid.

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Here is our schedule as of right now!  We will not be accepting registrations for 2021 or adding any in-person classes until late this year.  Stay well, and join us for one of our online events.  Make every day as good as it can be.  

 

 

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