Plateau: Murals and Metaphors
Authors: Kelley Hays-Gilpin, Emory Sekaquaptewa, Dorothy K. Washburn, Lomawywesa (Michael Kabotie), Coochsiwukioma (Delbridge Honanie), Tanya Lee, Garrett Rosenblatt
Publication Date: Fall 2006
Volume 3, Number 1
“One of the core themes of this issue, a Hopi theme, carries an important message for everyone – that right thoughts, values, and actions are essential for creating a world that is in balance and has a healthy ecology. […] These essays are part of a set prepared in conjunction with the Hopi Iconography Project, formerly known as the Southwest Mural Project, a joint effort between the Museum of Northern Arizona and the Hopi Tribe. […] In ‘Murals and Metaphors’ MNA is proud to continue Watson Smith’s innovative and interdisciplinary work, bringing together science and humanities. Art and ecology, Hopi artists and pahaana academies.” - Robert G. Breunig, President Emeritus
Plateau magazine is dedicated to inspiring and educating readers by showcasing the scientific, artistic and cultural wonders of the Colorado Plateau region.
A publication of the Museum of Northern Arizona
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