HISTORY OF INDIAN ARTS EDUCATION IN SANTA FE, 1890-1962
By Winona Garmhausen, PhD
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What price Indian education? What kind of education? These were questions that had faced government officials, dedicated teachers and Indians since the late 1800s. When tourist and collectors became interested in Native American art, the questions expanded to include training of Indian artists. The leading school for that became the Institute of American Indian Arts of Santa Fe, New Mexico. Its beginnings from an Indian boarding school with an emphasis on vocations to the 1960s is chronicled in this book that includes historic photographs, a bibliography, and an index.
Winona Garmhausen has been involved in the field of art education since 1959. She has taught art in secondary schools and colleges. Her involvement in Native American art dates from 1972 when she moved to New Mexico.
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