Hopi fiber artist Ramona Sakiestewa abstracts ceremonial katsinam clothing and wooded carved forms, tithu, through color and design. To her, the tithu are an important way to teach and share the cosmology, philosophy, and realities of the Hopi culture. Come join Ramona as she explores how she and Georgia O’Keeffe interpret katsinam during a tour of Georgia O’Keeffe in New Mexico: Architecture, Katsinam, and the Land.
Doors open at: 5:30 pm. Check-in in the Hamilton Building level one atrium, program in Gallagher Gallery.
Tickets are $5 Douglas Society members, $10 DAM members, $12 others, free for students with ID.
Reservations are required; payment taken at the door.
Sponsored by the Douglas Society, a DAM support group.