Plateau: We Are Here - Pueblo Painting and Place
Authors: Polly Schaafsma, Lawrence Loendorf, Elizabeth Newsome, Jessica Welton
Publication Date: Fall/Winter 2005-2006
Volume 2, Number 2
“This issue of Plateau is the first in a series of publications associated with the Hopi Iconography Project, a collaboration between the Musuem of Northern Arizona and the Hopi Tribe. This project, currently being defined and developed with a grant from the Rockefeller Foundation, will explore the development of Hopi and Puebloan iconography – pictorial images conveying world view, history, or both. […] The articles in this issue are about the use of paintings on natural rock walls, in prehistoric towers and kivas, and, most recently, in the Desert View Watchtower at Grand Canyon National Park and the Kiva Gallery at MNA.” - Dr. 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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