All that glitters: the emergence of Native American micaceous art pottery in northern New Mexico

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School of American Research Press, 1999 - Art - 199 pages
All That Glitters, the first comprehensive study of the micaceous pottery tradition in New Mexico, explores the current transition of micaceous pottery from a traditional culinary ware to an exciting contemporary art form. The illustrated catalog of the micaceous pottery collection at SAR's Indian Arts Research Center and a roster of micaceous potters practicing in northern New Mexico today further details the art form.

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CLAY IN CONTEXT
3
TRADITIONS IN TRANSITION
15
TIMES OF TENSION
119
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Anderson,director of the Museum of Indian Arts and Culture (Museum of New Mexico) and also an anthropologist.

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