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April 12-13, 2003: The Maxwell Museum of Anthropology's "Off the Wall" Rock Art Tour to
Hueco Tanks State Historic Site,
Texas and Three Rivers, NM.

Explore Hueco Tanks' back country with park-certified guide Deborah Cool-Flowers and compare the pictographs there with the creative petroglyphs at Three Rivers. Overnight bus trip coordinated by Dr. Dan Carnett of Southwest Explorers; hotel rooms or camping at Hueco Tanks available. Call the Maxwell Museum for details, 505-277-5963.

Also in 2003

Pictograph Etchings Series: The Barrier Canyon Art of Utah

Petroglyph Etchings Series II: Art of the San Juan River

June 28—August 8, 2003
Ancient Art of the Southwest: A Rock Art on Paper Exhibit
Anasazi State Park and Museum
Boulder, Utah

Previous Events

December 14, 11:00-3:00: Maxwell Museum of Anthropology, UNM
Monthly Arts and Crafts from Around the World Demonstration:
Papermaking by Deborah Cool-Flowers

Pulp can be screened through a mould and deckle to make sheets of paper—or it can be cast in a mold, pinched into a pot, or pressed over another form. Whether made from cotton fibers, dryer lint, or onion skins, paper is a fun and versatile medium. Free. (The Maxwell will be having its 30% off holiday sale, too!)
For details, call the Maxwell's Public Programs Office, 505-277-5963.

November 23-24, 10-5 pm: Studio Cool Holiday Art Sale
Hwy 165 & Tierra Madre Road

Studio Cool opens for its last holiday art sale. Meet artist Deborah Cool-Flowers, see the diversity of her work, and experience a great working print- and paper-making studio while you still can. This is the weekend of the big Placitas arts and crafts sale, so there will be plenty to see and do while in Placitas.
For details, call us at Studio Cool, 505-867-0372.

November 7, 2002, 7 pm: Maxwell Museum of Anthropology, UNM
People of the Southwest Series: Ancient Artists of the Southwest slide presentation by Deborah Cool-Flowers

The federal government now calls them "Indian Writings," but can the prehistoric pictographs and petroglyphs of the Southwest be considered art? Share an artist's look at exceptional pecked and painted images from New Mexico, Utah, and Texas and see if they might be viewed as creative expressions.
$2.00 admission. For details, call the Maxwell's Public Programs Office, 505-277-5963.