The Intersection of Art and Archaeology in the Americas
How Narratives of the Past Are Reframed in the Present
The Intersection of Art and Archaeology Symposium brings together artists and scholars from North and Latin America to discuss how contemporary artists working in the Americas (re)interpret archaeological narratives and associated imagery. Participants include archaeologists, cultural anthropologists, museum curators, and artists. Discussions will focus on traditional and modern interpretations of a wide range of arts, including ceramics, textiles, woodworking, and iconography from across the Americas, from Mexico to Peru to the Southeastern United States.
FREE and open to the public!
|Schedule of Speakers
|Santa Clara Pueblo, New Mexico
|The Seminario Ceramic Workshop, Urubamba, Peru
|Cherokee, North Carolina
|University of South Carolina
|Indiana University & The Open School of Ethnography and Anthropology
|Mary Katherine Scott
|University of Wyoming
|The Field Museum of Natural History, Chicago
|Michael C. Carlos Museum, Emory University
|Round Table Discussion