In T’owa Vi Sae’we ( The People’s Pottery) is an exhibit bringing home historic Tewa Pueblo pottery from the Smithsonian Institute’s National Museum of the American Indian. The nine impressive pots will be the center of a developing exhibition and a first step towards exhibition gallery of 100 pots from the Smithsonian collection.
The People’s Pottery exhibit is part of a larger project working to restore Tewa Pueblo cultural history from collections around the country. We invite you to participate in welcoming home the historic pottery, some of which have been gone for over a century.
Following the opening reception the public is invited to RSVP to a Pueblo buffalo dinner in support of the bring home the collections project. The night will include traditional pueblo dances from the local Tewa pueblos and limited edition art created to benefit the exhibition. Call 505.455.5041 to RSVP.
2:00pm – 6:00pm – Public Opening Reception
Free Admission. Refreshments Served.
6:00pm – 8:00pm – Exhibition Benefit Dinner
$20 Admission. Pueblo Buffalo Roast Dinner. Traditional Dances.