Pow-Wow Calendar Updates

By Michael Gabbard on July 13, 2012
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The Pow Wows below were added to the calendar in the past week.

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TOPICS: Blog, Featured

3 Responses to “Pow-Wow Calendar Updates”

  1. Ramon Vasquez y Sanchez says:

    I enjoyed this site. We are having the 4 Seasons Arts and Craft Market at Mission San Francisco dela Espada on Sunday,July 29, 2012. Wish I would have found this earlier.

    • Paul G says:

      Please add your event to our Native Event Calendar.

    • Chris Smallbone says:

      Hi

      I hope that you are the artist who produced “Olvidate del Alamo”. I have written a book entitled “John Wayne’s Alamo: Myth, Racism and the Distortion of History” which is very nearly ready for publishing.

      I was hoping to use part of “Olvidate del Alamo” which I found on the internet, the soldier and woman which was used recently in the San Antonio Contemporary Art Month.

      First I need your permission and of course I would credit your work.

      I think you would approve of my book. It is historical and includes a look at popular culture, showing how the myth has been depicted in movies. The chapter entitled Tejanos includes an original analysis of two versions of a late twentieth century academic history of Texas which shows how historians, even until recently, have contributed to the distortion of History. You may be pleased to know that the last chapter is called “Forget the Alamo”, and it includes a mention of your painting. So please could you contact me.

      Thank you

      Chris Smallbone Manchester UK

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