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Oct 27, 2023
1:00 PM to 3:00 PM
HERE, NOW AND ALWAYS - NATIVE NARRATIVES SPEAKER SERIES
Panel Discussion: Jody Naranjo (Santa Clara Pueblo), Rose B. Simpson (Santa Clara Pueblo), Dusty Naranjo (Santa Clara Pueblo) to discuss their work, inspirations and what it means to come from a family of potters.

Museum of Indian Arts and Culture

Your ticket to this event includes museum admission.  This program is expected to sell out - advance ticket purchase is recommended.  

Here is the URL:  https://my.nmculture.org/26827

USE YOUR MNMF PROMO CODE TO ACCESS YOUR MEMBER TICKET OR CALL LAUREN PAIGE (505) 982-2282 FOR ASSISTANCE.

Jody Naranjo is a contemporary potter from Santa Clara Pueblo. She comes from a family of traditional Tewa potters. She learned the craft of pottery from her mother, Dolly Naranjo, and other female relatives. She attended the Institute of American Indian Arts. She started selling her artwork at age fifteen at the Palace of the Governor’s portal. Jody’s work is traditionally made but her  shapes and scrafitto designs are whimsical and uniquely her own style with finesse and showcases her sense of humor. Jody has three daughters and two grandchildren and maintains her connection to home, her heritage, family and friends.

Working predominately with traditional Santa Clara Clay, artist Dusty Naranjo,has been able to contribute her take on Contemporary Santa Clara Pottery. Dusty’s work features themes of natureand animals. She incorporates abstract designs and is influenced by the creative work of not only her nephew and mom, but her extended family as well. She has won awards at the Santa Fe Indian Market, Heard Museum, and Eiteljorg Museum of the American Indian. Dustywas born in Taos New Mexico. She has a Masters Degree in Art Therapy and continues to create pottery while working as a Behavior Health Clinician.

Rose B. Simpson of Santa Clara Pueblo has a BFA from the Institute of American Indian Art, an MA in Creative Writing from IAIA and has an MFA from the Rhode Island School of Design. Her work has been included in many group exhibitions and solo exhibitions around the country. Her work is held in numerous museum collections and in 2022, Rose debuted her first large scale public work, titled Counterculture, at Field Farm, MA (commissioned by The Trustees of the Reservation). Simpson lives and works on her ancestral homelands of Santa Clara Pueblo, and is represented by Jessica Silverman, San Francisco and Jack Shainman Gallery, New York.

Funded by Edward and Maria Gale, Gale Family Foundation.





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