Tempe, AZ Up until horse accoutrements like saddle blankets, cinches and bridles were commercially available, Navajo weavers produced these items themselves, skillfully winding their warp threads between the necessary hardware, using it at the end of the warp instead of a rod.  Cinches virtually disappeared until the late 20th century when weavers like Roy Kady…

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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, Roy…

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What: Na’ashjé’ii Biką’ Biyiin, Chant of the Male Spider –  A Holistic Journey with Diné Weaver Roy Kady When: April 2, 2010 – April 22, 2010 Opening reception and lecture: Friday, April 2, 5:30–8pm Regular gallery hours: 9 am – 4 pm, Mon-Fri Where: Museum of Anthropology, University of Denver, 2ooo E. Asbury Ave., Sturm…

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