When: Thursday, Feb 22, 9:00am-3:30pm
Where: Bahti Indian Arts Students to park near Bahti Indian Arts for the field trip.
Cost: $110.00 includes bus transportation, museum admission and lunch
Instructor: grew up in the Indian Arts business, has a Masters in American Indian Studies from the U of A, is a Fellow of the Society for Applied Anthropology and has authored a number of books on the crafts and the tribes of the Southwest.
Founded in 1937 by William Shirley Fulton, the Amerind Foundation is a private nonprofit 501(c) (3) anthropological and archaeological museum and research center dedicated to the preservation and interpretation of Native American cultures and their histories. Located in spectacular Texas Canyon, in the Little Dragoon Mountains of southeastern Arizona, the Amerind houses one of the finest private collections of Native American art and artifacts in the country. Join noted Amerind board member Mark Bahti for a guided tour of The Amerind Foundation’s archaeological and ethnographic collections, and enjoy a delicious lunch served on the museum grounds.
We’ll see examples of work by and about the groups we have discussed in the classroom. On the way to Amerind we’ll talk about ways in which Native and European approaches to and understanding of the land are changing (or not) and, in some cases, moving closer to one another.
Students to park near Bahti Indian Arts for the field trip.
Register for Day Trip to the Amerind Foundation
Online registration has been closed for this class. Please call (520) 777-5817 for availability.