The office of Archaeological Studies will host the extended Lalo family from the Hopi village of Hotevilla this May 20 and 21 for a two-day presentation on Hopi farming and basket weaving, kachina carving and ceremonial clothing weaving from this award-winning family of artists. This is a unique opportunity for cultural exchange from the Hopi mesas and guests will be treated to a traditional Pueblo lunch from The Feasting Place.
The cost of this event is $95 for one day and $150 for both days for FOA members and $105 for one day or $165 for both days for non-FOA members.
To reserve your place for this event, call (505) 982-7799, ext. 5 after 7am, starting Tuesday, April 11.
More information can be found on the OAS’ website, www.nmarchaeology.org.