traditional SW pottery
Fall 2017 Prehistoric Pottery Workshop
This prehistoric pottery workshop will focus on recreating the pottery of the ancient peoples of southeast Arizona, we will explore the Mogollon culture and their successor the Salado in an intensive, fast-paced, hands on workshop covering the entire range of activities involved in the science and art of prehistoric pottery replication.
Salado as a Technology
Salado has been looked at from a lot of different angles, culture, cult, phenomenon... Since pottery is the defining characteristic why not see it as a technology? It was as much about a new technology as anything else and it was market demand and trade routes that propelled it across the region.
White Slip & Its Implications For A Salado Trade Network
The rapid appearance and spread of Salado polychrome ceramics across a broad area of the southern Southwest implies the existence of a vigorous Salado trade network. What Is So Special About Salado White Slip? The white slip used on Salado polychromes is unique but poorly understood. Patricia Crown in her detailed study of Roosevelt Red
Clay & Mineral Collecting Expeditions
Mesa Grande Salado Pottery Workshop March 2017
Q Ranch Pueblo Pottery Workshop – Oct. 2016
Recreating An Authentic Salado Pottery Firing Environment
How Was Prehistoric Salado Polychrome Pottery Fired?
Sourcing The White Slip Used On Salado Polychrome Pottery
Deer Valley Presentation and Firing Demonstration
Besh Ba Gowah Salado Pottery Workshop March 2016
Finding and Processing Native Clay
Southwest Kiln Conference – Oct 2015
Prehistoric Pottery Class – Sept. 2015
Salado Pottery Workshop – July 2015
Thoughts on the Non-Smothering Paradigm
Besh Ba Gowah Salado Pottery Workshop
August Southwest Pottery Workshop
Southwest Pottery Renaissance
Fall Traditional Pottery Making Workshop
2014 Southwest Kiln Conference
Pottery Replication Workshop: Decorated Wares of the 1300s
Where is the rest of the Mills Collection?
Traditional Pottery Making Level 1 Workshop
Potter’s Secrets and Information Freedom
Archaeologists aren’t potters (and vice versa)
The quest for the ultimate body clay
Palatkwapi: The Red Pueblo of the South