From Ancient to Modern Southwest Indian Pottery App

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