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Of Stone and Stories comes from a place where many worlds meet. The voices heard in the exhibition are those of Jim Enote, Pueblo of Zuni; Herman Agoyo, San Juan Pueblo; Marlene Arviso-Kakos, Elaine O. Cleveland, and Nathanial Todea, Navajo Nation Archaeology Department, Farmington, New Mexico; Larry Benallie, Jr. and Grace Morgan, Navajo Nation Archaeology Department, Window Rock, Arizona; Steven Begay and Timothy Begay, Navajo Nation Historic Preservation Office, Window Rock, Arizona; Harry Walters, Ned. A. Hatathli Center, Diné College, Tsaile, Arizona; James Matthew Copeland, New Mexico Bureau of Land Management, Farmington; and Ronald H. Towner, University of Arizona Laboratory of Tree-Ring Research. Videography and sound are by Tom McCarthy, Museum of New Mexico.
The landscape images were created by William Stone, Tom McCarthy, Jeff Wellman, Anne Jeffrey, Alaska Bureau of Land Management, and Sarah Schlanger, John Roney and James Matthew Copeland, New Mexico Bureau of Land Management. Stereo pair photography, available only at the Museum itself, is by John Roney. All artifact and studio images of pieces in the exhibition are by Dan Morse, Firefly Studios, Santa Fe, unless otherwise noted.
Map imagery was produced by Greg Homan, New Mexico Bureau of Land Management and Mark Stroud, Moon Street Cartography, Durango, Colorado, with support from Frank Lister, Time Traveler Maps, Mancos, Colorado.
This web site was developed by Jim Salas, New Mexico Bureau of Land Management, Santa Fe, with graphic images and text produced explicitly for the exhibition.
The exhibition was curated by Sarah Schlanger, Associate State Archaeologist, New Mexico Bureau of Land Management.
Exhibition loans and research opportunities were made possible by Loran S. Pendleton, American Museum of Natural History; Ronald H. Towner, University of Arizona Laboratory of Tree-Ring Research; Wilson Hunter, Canyon de Chelley National Monument; Mark Catron, Lori Ketterman, and Maria Garcia, Carson National Forest; Linda Cordell and Deborah Confer, University of Colorado Museum; Mary Padilla, National Park Service, Southwest Regional Office; James Matthew Copeland and Peggy Gaudy, New Mexico Bureau of Land Management; Cordelia Snow, Historic Preservation Division, New Mexico Office of Cultural Affairs; Diana DeSantis and Art Olivas, Palace of the Governors, Museum of New Mexico; Richard Howard, Santa Fe; and Anita McNeece, Museum of Indian Arts and Culture, Museum of New Mexico. Conservation services were provided by Matthew Crawford, Rocky Mountain Conservation Center, University of Denver, and Larry Sisson and the Conservation Department, Museum of New Mexico.
The exhibition design was created by Caroline Lajoie, ID Technology, Santa Fe; and Carolyn Ogden, Ogden Graphic Design, Santa Fe. The exhibition is available through TREX, the Traveling Exhibitions Program of the Museum of New Mexico, 505-476-5084.
Of Stone and Stories was funded and developed through a cooperative program of the New Mexico Bureau of Land Management, the Museum of New Mexico Foundation, and the Museum of Indian Arts and Culture, Museum of New Mexico. The Indian Advisory Panel of the Museum of Indian Arts and Culture guided the exhibition development; special thanks are also due to Gloria Lomahaftewa, the Heard Museum, Phoenix, Arizona; Clay Hamilton and Leigh Kuwanwisiwma, the Hopi Tribe; Nathan Strongelk, Southern Ute Tribe; and Stephen Fosberg, New Mexico Bureau of Land Management, Santa Fe.
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