Private Tour of The Pueblo Pottery Exhibition

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BrickHouse is participating in a private tour! 

Tuesday, May 7th

2:30pm - 3:30pm

The tour will be led by Povi Romero, artist, art historian, and Native American Arts Fellow with the Vilcek Foundation, and will be exclusively for BrickHouse.

Grounded in Clay: The Spirit of Pueblo Pottery was curated by the Pueblo Pottery Collective, a group of more than 60 Native American community members convened from the 22 Pueblo communities in the Southwest. The Collective was established in 2019 specifically to develop an exhibition that centers the voices of Native American people in the curation and display of Native American art. “Grounded in Clay emphasizes the underlying, multifaceted, and nuanced understandings that the Pueblo Indian people of the American Southwest have of one of the more ubiquitous and resilient forms of our material culture—pottery,” writes curator Joseph Aguilar. “Historical memories and our understanding of pottery and other cultural patrimonies are tantamount to a form of Indigenous intellect—a physical, spiritual, and intellectual worldview that is inextricably linked to land, people, and history.”

Read more about the exhibition and the Vilcek Foundation.


Meet at 2:15 @ The Vilcek Foundation: 21 E 70th St, New York, NY 10021