In Southwestern Pueblo tribes, Kachinas
became involved with these activities as well, and in Alaska, Easter egg hunts have been compared to the springtime traditional subsistence harvests of wild bird and fish eggs.
MARTIN, MUHLENBERG HIGH SCHOOL: Creating meaningful ways for high-school students to engage with works of art is a vital part of any arts program.
Providing opportunities for non-Hopi students to research and discover that meaning is essential if kachina
dolls or other Hopi objects are to be introduced in conventional classrooms.
Doll, running for the 15th time this season, was always close up in the
A slow start did not help her cause and she would have benefited from that experience and is just preferred to Kachina
Doll booked her ticket for Royal Ascot with a runaway victory in the European Breeders Fund Trowbridge Novice Stakes.
The viewer was immediately confronted by a wall-based installation of small kachina
figures wrought from pieces of wood, nails, and old clothing, with ropy hair fashioned from unraveled twine.
While some Zunis see the murals as a form of cultural preservation, others are uncomfortable with such a public display of their icons and say a Catholic church is an inappropriate place for kachina
The Hopi Arts and Crafts Guild now has a membership of several hundred silversmiths, basketweavers, potters, textile workers and Kachina
In each of his novels since The Very Rich Hours of Count von Stauffenberg, West has consistently explored the possibilities of reimagined historical events and personages ranging from a Parisian mutile de guerre, to his own parents, to an eccentric kachina
carver, and in each case he presents history as deeply personal and highly individual and for some a nightmare from which they cannot awaken.
Why not have a figure with a red veil draped over the head, why not have Kachina
clowns, why not have androgynous costuming by Donna Karan, why not have some big black rocks?
Pueblo spiritual customs centered on masked Kachina
dances and the kiva, a semi-subterranean circular chamber that symbolized the Pueblo Indians' connection to the underworld, where spirits resided and from which the Indians' ancestors had sprung.