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Tuesday Feb. 19, 2002

Native Arts: Photographer captures the spirit of American Indian artists

As part of its annual Southwest Indian Art Fair, the Arizona State Museum features a photographic exhibit titled "Artists Among Us," by local photographer Mary Goodman.

The exhibit will be on display in the Paths of Life Reading Room at the Arizona State Museum through March 15.

The exhibit portrays American Indian artists and the works for which they are known. Each photograph in the exhibit shows a different genre of artistic expression, ranging from Tohono O'odham basketmakers Natalia and Malaya Antone to Navajo writer Luci Tapahonso, a University of Arizona professor of American Indian studies and English and award-winning author of "Blue Horses Rush In." [Read article]

 

Today's Pick:

Yeah, so Sugar Ray is playing at Centennial tonight. But Pseudopod, a "jam band" comprised of four recent UCLA graduates, is in town too! They've toured with the not-terribly-MTV bands Blues Traveler and G. Love and Special Sauce. So if you're in the mood for something a little less mainstream, go to Backstage, 6350 E. Tanque Verde Road. Call 733-6262 for ticket and show time info.


 

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