A panel discussion presented and moderated by Dr. Matthew Martinez (Ohkay Owinge), the Deputy Director for the Museum of Indian Arts and Culture. This panel includes perspectives of Pueblo people involved in the creation of intellectual and responsible cultural practices. Bernard Mora (Tesuque Pueblo) works in the area of cultural preservation and will talk about language and cultural survival at Taytsugeh Oweengeh. Andrea Kha Povi Harvier (Pojoaque/Santa Clara) will discuss her work on traditional pottery of Santa Clara Pueblo and the social changes that led to contemporary forms.

$5 Suggested Donation. Light Refreshments serve at 6. Lecture begins at 6:30.


  • Occurred Tuesday, September 24th, 2019 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm


The Heritage Center

848 NM-68
Alcalde, NM 87511

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