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TAOS, NEW MEXICO • OCTOBER 10–12, 2018

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Front Cover:
Barbara Latham, Tourist Town, Taos, c. 1940s, egg tempera on masonite, 25 x 35 3/4,”
Roswell Museum and Art Center, Gift of Barbara Latham.
PO Box 1891
Santa Fe, NM 87504
SOUTHWEST ART HISTORY CONFERENCE XXX
OCTOBER 10–12, 2018 • TAOS, NEW MEXICO
Wednesday, October 10 Reception: 5:30 to 6:30 PM, Joseph Henry “Is Spanish Colonial Embroidery the Stepchild
6:00 PM • Annual Anti-Social Sharp Studio, 146 Kit Carson Road (located of Hispanic Arts Revivals?” Suzanne P.
at the end of Morada Lane, just up from the MacAulay, University of Colorado, Colorado
Mabel Dodge Luhan House Mabel Dodge Luhan House), at the Couse- Springs, CO
Thursday, October 11 Sharp Historic Site.
LUNCH ON YOUR OWN
9:15 AM • OPENING REMARKS
Catherine Whitney, Philbrook Museum of Art, Friday, October 12 2:30 PM • SESSION IV
Tulsa, OK, President, SWAHC 9:30 AM • SESSION III Civic Engagement
9:30 AM • SESSION I Ethnicity, Modernity, & Markets MODERATOR: Ellen Zieselman, Independent
Art, Love, and Compromise MODERATOR: Catherine Whitney, Philbrook Scholar, Santa Fe, NM
MODERATOR: Betsy Fahlman, Arizona State Museum of Art, Tulsa, OK “Unity, Harmony, Hegemony: The Colonial
University, Tempe, AZ “The Romance & Realities of Navajo Weaving Vision of the Utah Capitol Rotunda Murals,”
as Seen through Vintage Postcards,” Ann Nathan K. Rees, University of West Georgia,
“Money Matters: The Business of Professional Carrollton, GA
Pueblo Indian Artist, Pablita Velarde,” Lane Hedlund Retired, Arizona State
Marilyn Norcini, University of Pennsylvania Museum, University of Arizona, Tucson, AZ; “Tradition and Modernity at Taos Pueblo: Three
Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology, Ramona Sakiestewa (Artist, Santa Fe, NM; Generations of the Gomez/Mirabal Families,”
Philadelphia, PA Peter Hiller, Jo Mora Trust Collection, Lois Rudnick, University of Massachusetts,
Carmel, CA. Boston, MA, and Jonathan Warm Day Coming,
“Understanding Barbara’s View: Latham in Artist, Taos Pueblo, Taos, NM
Her Own Words,” Jennifer R. Henneman, “Lakotas Driving Cars: Transnational Time,
Petrie Institute of Western American Art, Mobility, and Modernities,” Emily Burns, “‘Translate, Transform, Transfigure,
Denver Art Museum, Denver, CO Auburn University, Auburn, AL Transcend’: City Planning, Composition, and
the Form of Los Angeles in Julius Shulman’s
“Esther Henderson Abbott: An Arizona “Medallic Circuitry: T.C. Cannon’s Photography, 1941-1960,” Isabel Frampton
Highways Story,” Kelly Dennis, University of Washington Landscape with Peace Medal Wade, University of Southern California, Los
Connecticut, Storrs, CT Indian,” Natalia Gabrielsen, Independent Angeles, CA
LUNCH ON YOUR OWN Scholar, Tucson, AZ
2:30 PM • SESSION II
Joint Session: “Counterculture
Art” of the Nineteen-Sixties Sessions take place at The Mabel Dodge Luhan House
MODERATOR: Amy Scott, Autry National 240 Morada Lane, Taos, NM • 1-800-846-2235 or 575-751-9686
Center, Los Angeles, CA 18 guest rooms available ($98-$245) Reserve a room by 1 October
2018. When reserving mention the SWAHC conference (there is no SWAHC now
“The Joint Shows of 1967/1968 and the special conference rate, but they do block out rooms for us).
Problem of Exhibiting ‘Counterculture Art’,” has a website
Scott B. Montgomery, University of Denver, For further information (including other places to stay in Taos) or (conference registrations
Denver, CO to receive the program in a PDF format, please contact Betsy may be made online by
“Shade: Liquid Light Shows as Case Studies for Fahlman at Arizona State University via e-mail credit card): https://www.
the Exclusion of Counter Cultural Art,” Lauren (fahlman@asu.edu) or phone (480-965-2610).
southwestarthistory.org
Hartog, University of Denver, Denver, CO
“Mari Tepper: Situating the Psychedelic Socio- To register, make checks out to “SWAHC” and mail to:
Political Poster in Art History,” Megan Farlow, Southwest Art History Conference, Box 1891, Santa Fe, NM 87504
University of Denver, Denver, CO Advance conference registration: $75 • At-the-door registration: $80 • One day rate: $40
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