Docent Lecture: With These Hands: Southwest Pottery, Jill LeCrone

Rose Chino, storage jar (olla), mid-20th century. Earthenware and pigment. Gift of Paul E. and Barbara H. Weiss, 2007.75.3

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Early Southwest pueblo pottery was used for religious and utilitarian purposes, and pueblo women handed down techniques for creating pottery from generation to generation. Today, pueblo pottery has evolved into a fine art that is collected and admired, such as the pottery on view at the de Young Museum.

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Lecture is free to the public. Museum admission is not required.

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Cynthia Inaba