Pablita Velarde, An Artist and Her People

Pablita Velarde, An Artist and Her People

DVD - 2004?
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Indian pottery of San Ildefonso: Maria Martinez and Popovi Da demonstrate the making of black San Ildefonso Indian pottery in New Mexico, from the spreading of sacred corn and the gathering of clay to the outdoor firing and removal of pottery pieces from the fire mound.
Pablita Velarde, an artist and her people: Pablita Velarde reflects on her life as an Indian artist for nearly fifty years. She illustrates and describes the ancient earth color painting technique and through her art and storytelling provides an intimate glimpse of the values and customs of her Pueblo people.
Publisher: Cortez, Colo. : Duplicated and distributed by INTERpark, [2004?]
Edition: Full screen version
Branch Call Number: 7.0403 Pa
Description: 1 videodisc (47 min.) : sound, color ; 4 3/4 in
Audience: MPAA rating: Not rated

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