Texas Canyon Trail Run 2016 Race Results

 Click here to register for Amerind’s Fourth Annual Texas Canyon Trail Run

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Pocket Sketching Workshop with Kath Macaulay

Friday-Sunday, February 24-26, 2017

9:30 am-4:00 pm each day

Amerind Pocket Sketching

 Artwork by Kath Macaulay

Learn how to create journal sketches in 25 minutes or less, fearlessly, in public! Join Kath Macaulay for this exciting three day workshop in spectacular Texas Canyon. Great for travel, hiking, biking, or sitting in a café. Capture what you think you see using a water soluble pen, a     4 x 6 inch pad of paper and a small watercolor set. Join us in a supportive, fun environment with peers of all abilities, including beginners.

Cost: $670 (members) $725 (non-members)

Includes lunch and supplies. Does not include accommodations.

 

The workshop is limited to 12 people, so you are encouraged to sign up early. Contact Amerind at 520.586.3666 or amerind@amerind.org to register or to inquire about accommodations during the workshop.

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Dowa Yallane Trading Company Trunk Show with Gene Orth

March 4-5, 2017

10:00 am-4:00 pm

Zuni Trunk Show

 

We are pleased to host Gene Orth of Dowa Yallane Trading Company at the Amerind Museum. Over two days, Gene will sell beautiful Zuni crafted jewelry and art. The Zuni people are widely known for their exquisite inlay jewelry and finely carved “fetishes.” Do not miss this opportunity to own a piece of Zuni art!

During his visit, Gene will also offer a presentation each day at 11:00 am examining the Culture and Art of the Zuni Pueblo.

Free with museum admission

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Flintknapping and Spear Design with Harvey Abeyta (Santo Domingo)

March 25-26, 2017

10:00 am-4:00 pm each day

 

Abeyta Workshop

 

For over a decade Harvey Abeyta of Santo Domingo Pueblo, New Mexico has practiced flintknapping. Abeyta will teach you how to transform pieces of obsidian into points during the Amerind flintknapping workshop. The following day you will learn how to create spears from your points during the Amerind spear design workshop.

Flintknapping         March 25, 2017

$120.00 (member price, includes lunch)

$150.00 (non-member price, includes lunch)

 

Spear Design           March 26, 2017

$125.00 (member price, includes lunch)

$155.00 (non-member price, includes lunch)

 

Accommodations are available for participants taking both classes at an additional cost. Each workshop is limited to 10 people. Contact Amerind at 520.586.3666 or by email amerind@amerind.org to register.

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Amerind Texas Canyon Trail Run

Saturday, April 1, 2017   

9:00 am

Amerind Trail Run

The Amerind Museum in partnership with Bisbee Vogue Inc. will be hosting the Amerind Texas Canyon Trail Run. The 5K and 10K courses feature a variety of trails, terrain, vegetation, and awe-inspiring views that are not normally open to the public. Participants of all ages may walk or run this scenic course.

 

Where: Amerind Museum Campus in spectacular Texas Canyon

Follow this link to register: http://www.active.com/dragoon-az/running/trail-run-races/texas-canyon-trail-run-2017

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Journey to Cameron

Friday-Monday, April 21-24, 2017

 Cameon Tour Amerind

The Cameron Trading Post is situated in an area rich in cultural and natural history. Built in 1916 at a historic suspension bridge over the Little Colorado river, the Trading Post soon became a refuge for travelers, offering a location to purchase Native-crafted goods, dine, and stay. Over 100 years later, the location continues to provide a unique retreat for visitors. Now you have the opportunity to experience this historic location with Amerind and tour leader Leland Jones. Join us as we examine modern and antique Indigenous arts in the Cameron Trading Post and Gallery, learn stories about Cameron’s unique past, and discover your new favorite fry bread recipe in the dining room. This is a place for serious Native arts collectors. Jones will also take us into the local Diné (Navajo) community to meet artists. We will venture to the countryside to examine geological, paleontological, and historical sites. This includes exploring the Little Colorado gorge, seeing footprints of dinosaurs, and visiting cultural sites that illuminate the local community’s history. We will also visit nearby Wupatki National Monument with archaeologist Dr. Chris Downum of NAU, who has done extensive fieldwork in the area. Relax in the evening to the sounds of traditional Diné music, and attend talks by historical experts like Carolyn O’Bagy Davis, author of the 2016 book Cameron Trading Post.

 

About your tour leader Leland Jones: Leland Jones (Diné) has lived in the Cameron area since he was a child. Having strong ties to the community, he has built lasting relationships with area residents and has gained extensive knowledge of the region. Jones is passionate about sharing the history of the area and invites you to join us on our Journey to Cameron.   

Your trip will include: Transportation, meals, admission fees, and three nights lodging

Cost: $1,645 per person (double occupancy)

  $1,895 (single occupancy)

A nonrefundable $200 deposit is due upon making your reservation.

Please contact Amerind at 520-586-3666 or by email at amerind@amerind.org for further information or to register.


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