From Ancient to Modern Southwest Indian Pottery App

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Charles Hill
Application Systems Analyst, Office of Instruction and Assessment
Casey Ontiveros
Web Site Designer/Developer, Sr., Office of Instruction and Assessment
Gary Mackender
Information Technology Support Analyst, Sr., Office of Instruction and Assessment
Beth De Witt
Exhibits Project Manager, Arizona State Museum
George Jacobs
Curatorial/Museum Specialist, Arizona State Museum
Andrew Higgins
Curatorial/Museum Specialist, Arizona State Museum
Diane Dittemore
Assistant Curator, Arizona State Museum
Jannelle Weakly
Curatorial/Museum Specialist, Arizona State Museum
Davison Koenig
Exhibits Curator, Arizona State Museum
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Lewis Humphreys
Licensing Manager (520) 626-2574

Get up-close and personal with four Southwest pottery masterworks from the Arizona State Museum Pottery Project! This interactive app lets you spin and look inside pots dating from 1200 - 2009 CE (AD) while providing historic and cultural context. Of interest to casual art enthusiasts and experts alike, the richly illustrated app features an ancient Mesa Verde Black-on-white mug; a Fourmile Polychrome jar; a rare olla by the famous Hopi-Tewa potter, Nampeyo; and a modern take on a Chaco Canyon-inspired cylinder jar by cutting-edge Cochiti Pueblo artist Diego Romero.

 

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