Adams State Art Department plans special events


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Focusing on empowering local traditions and resisting global movements of power through the arts, Adams State University Assistant Professors of Art Eric Stewart and Leslie Macklin scheduled "La Monarca," a month of films and hands-on art workshops every Wednesday and Friday from February 14 through March 14.

Films and workshops are free and open to the public.

Wednesday Films

6 p.m.
Visual Arts Building room 227

February 14
Don't Call Me Son

February 21
Eternal Amazon

February 28
I am From Chile

March 7

March 14
Panama Canal Stories

Friday Hands-on Workshops

February 16
Storytelling in Contemporary Native American Ceramics
Featuring Tewa Artist Jason Garcia
10 a.m.
Visual Arts Building room 169

February 23
Natural Dyes and Rio Grande/Chimayo Style Weaving
Featuring Irvin Trujillo of Centinela Traditional Arts Studio
10 a.m.
Visual Arts Building room 230

March 2
The Aesthetics of Deep Ecology: Photograms and the Wild
Featuring Art Professor Eric Stewart
12 p.m.
Visual Arts Building room 127

March 9
Making Natural Pigment Paints for Santero Painting
Featuring Artist Arthur Lopez
12 p.m.
Visual Arts Building room 230

For more information call the Adams State Art Department at 719-587-7823.