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Mark your calendars. March 6

and March 7 will see the

crowds being drawn to the

Heard Museum’s annual Indian

Market...one of the finest in the

country.

The museum expects more than

15,000 visitors and collectors

from around the world to visit

the market this year.

We believe this is one of the

best places around to meet es-

tablished artists, and the bright-

est of the new.

You will want to make sure to

visit River Trading Post in

Scottsdale during your visit to

the Heard Indian market to

relax with Caroline Carpio and

other Native America artists .

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Renowned Isleta Pueblo artist,

Caroline Carpio visits River

Trading Post, Scottsdale March

5 through March 7. A public

opening reception will be held

on Thursday, March 4.

Carpio’s work has taken major

awards at the Santa Fe Indian

Market, the IACA Spring Mar-

ket, the Red Earth Festival, the

Heard Museum Art Show and

the New Mexico State Fair.

Thud-Bese, meaning Sun

Tablita, is Caroline's Tiwa

name. She was raised, and

lives, in Isleta Pueblo where she

articulates her Tiwa heritage

through her exceptional sculp-

ture. This is her way to pay

homage to her Creator..."to

create something beautiful that

comes from Mother Earth,

from which we all came."

During her visit, Caroline will

exhibit a full range of her pot-

tery and her sculpture, includ-

ing

Prayers for the World

pictured

at the right.

Caroline Carpio

Volume 1, Issue 1

January:March 2004

SPECIAL POINTS OF INTEREST:

Traditional Pueblo Arts. Ongoing at

River Trading Post, Scottsdale

www.puebloarts.com

Rainbow Dancers Winter Gathering.

Central College, East Peoria, IL. Febru-

ary 7

Heard Museum Show - March 6 & 7.

Phoenix, AZ.

Caroline Carpio Exhibit at River Trading

Post. March 5 through 7. Scottsdale,

AZ.

St. Joseph Feast and Harvest Day. Old

Laguna Pueblo, NM. March 19.

R i v e r T r a d i n g P o s t

INSIDE THIS ISSUE:

Cliff Fragua Goes to

Washington

2

Native Art Isn’t Just

Southwest

2

Antique Germantown

Classic, A Rare Find

3

American Indian College

Fund: Building Lives

3

Favorite Places: White

House Ruins

4

Prayers for the World