¡COLORES! March 20, 2015

Santa Fe ceramicist Cannupa Hanska creates playful, fierce, and fantastical creatures. Wanting to know what it was like in the prehistoric age, John Gurche creates scientifically based artwork. Fearing persecution, poet Dunya Mikhail escaped her home country of Iraq. Her poetry deals with questions of national and cultural identity. And artist Bill Reid creates metal creatures that move. 




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