Monthly Archives: April 2013

Information on Hopi Glass-Blowing Classes

Hopi glass blowing is an exhilarating art that creates custom-shaped glass objects with handcrafted, intricate designs. Hopi blown glass is a newer art form for the Hopi and schools like are doing their best to make glass art another avenue for artistic expression. The Hopi School offers a myriad of classes, including a glass-blowing… Continue Reading

Hopi Schools

Modern news is shocking, depressing, and enough to shake anyone’s faith in humanity. We must remember there is more good than bad in this world, one just has to know where to look. For example, Hopitutuqaiki is a Hopi School, dedicated to the teaching of traditional Hopi values through traditional art forms. In the past,… Continue Reading

Gathering of Carvers

Heard Museum will host a Gathering of Carvers this Saturday, April 13. The largest gathering in the United States will showcase Hopi Katsina doll carvers, affording them the opportunity to sell their important works. The gathering will run from 10 a.m. to 4 the Steele Auditorium at the Heard Museum.   The artists will… Continue Reading