Each of us--the white, purportedly wealthy foreigners and the purportedly traditional Hopi
artists still working in the "old ways"--were following scripts not of our devising, and it was distinctly painful to be reliving American history in dramatic form, here and now.
Corn, as is well known, is the key metaphor to Hopi
A Story of Tenderness and Love is about a young Hopi
Indian girl named Talasi.
MA: Out on Hopi
, the primary form of jewelry is Hopi
Twenty-one vividly colored masks made of leather, horsehair, wood and feathers bought at Monday's auction are being returned to the Hopis
and three hood masks to the San Carlos Apaches.
The tribe's French lawyer Pierre Servan-Schreiber said: "The Hopi
tribe will be extremely saddened by the decision, especially since the judgment recognises these masks have a sacred value.
Indians from the US state of Arizona insist the masks were stolen spiritual vessels and want them back.
V, OTCQX:PPRTF) is pleased to announce that is has signed a letter of intent ("LOI") with the Hopi
Indian Tribe ("Hopi
" or the "Tribe").
This is one of the hot spots we've found at the dump," said Lionel Puhuyesva, director of the Hopi
Tribe's Water Resources Program, pointing to a well that monitors groundwater under the dump.
This essay is a short history of imitation tithu, dolls representing katsinam, the Hopi
This month I investigate Hopi
ear candles - hollow tubes made from organically grown flax, extracts of honey, beeswax and herbs.
The same basic teaching methodology was applied to the course of instruction in the Army as on the Navajo and Hopi
reservations, but in the latter two cases, methods were shaped in response to the cultures of the students.