Andy Ward
traditional SW pottery

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No place else in the Southwest has what Cochise County has archaeologically, in prehistoric times Southeastern Arizona was a melting pot of different cultures and pottery styles, right here in Cochise County pottery can be found representing most of the major ceramic traditions of the Southwest, Ancestral Pueblo, Hohokam, Mogollon, Casas Grandes, Mimbres and Trincheras. This Southwest pottery workshop will focus on replicating the pottery types produced by the native peoples of Southeast Arizona before 1450 AD. Participants in this workshop will learn the history of these pottery types and experience the entire process of producing them, collecting and processing raw materials, forming and decorating vessels, culminating in an authentic, outdoor pottery firing.

When: Monday and Friday nights 6:00 – 9:00, August 11 – 25, 2014 (also an option Saturday morning field trip to dig clay)

Where: Oscar Yrun Community Center Pottery Studio

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About Andy Ward

I am an independent researcher, writer and artist interested in all things Southwestern. Southeast Arizona is my home and area of primary interest.

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