Pueblo To Pueblo The Legacy of Southwest Indian Pottery

Jar, Zia, 1870-1890

Jar, Zia, 1870-1890

“Pueblo To Pueblo The Legacy of Southwest Indian Pottery”

Logan, KS. 5-21-13—–The Dane G. Hansen Memorial Museum is pleased to present “Pueblo To Pueblo, The Legacy of Southwest Indian Pottery.” This exhibit contains approximately sixty objects and ten photographs and graphics that date from the mid-nineteenth to the mid-twentieth century and will be on display June 21 – August 11, 2013.

 Pottery making in the American Southwest is a tradition that first emerged about two thousand years ago. Some of the pieces in this exhibit are very conservative and adhere to the traditional style of a particular pueblo while some of the others portray innovations specific for the market.

 Museum Hours are M-F 9-12 & 1-4; Sat. 9-12 & 1-5; Sun. & Holidays 1-5. We are handicapped accessible and there is never an admission fee. For more information contact Nova at 785-689-4846 or check out our web at www. hansenmuseum.org.

Pueblo To Pueblo The Legacy of Southwest Indian Pottery

Jar, Zia, 1870-1890

Jar, Zia, 1870-1890

“Pueblo To Pueblo The Legacy of Southwest Indian Pottery”

Logan, KS. 5-21-13—–The Dane G. Hansen Memorial Museum is pleased to present “Pueblo To Pueblo, The Legacy of Southwest Indian Pottery.” This exhibit contains approximately sixty objects and ten photographs and graphics that date from the mid-nineteenth to the mid-twentieth century and will be on display June 21 – August 11, 2013.

 Pottery making in the American Southwest is a tradition that first emerged about two thousand years ago. Some of the pieces in this exhibit are very conservative and adhere to the traditional style of a particular pueblo while some of the others portray innovations specific for the market.

 Museum Hours are M-F 9-12 & 1-4; Sat. 9-12 & 1-5; Sun. & Holidays 1-5. We are handicapped accessible and there is never an admission fee. For more information contact Nova at 785-689-4846 or check out our web at www. hansenmuseum.org.