Fisher, Richard D. http://www.coppercanyon.org
2000 A promotion of the author's Mexico's Copper Canyon (which see
above) with appealing life story of Tarahumara violin maker and
leader, Patracinio Lopez ..
Lerch, Gary and Carolyn http://mywebpages.comcast.net/gclerch/index.htm
2003 Mata Ortiz III. A nice account and pictures of an excursion
by a group of friends from Sun City, Arizona to Mata Ortiz, March
18-20. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Goffin, Barbara http://www.oneworldmagazine.org/gallery/matao
1996 "The Potters of Mata Ortiz," OneWorld Magazine, the
cultural and environmental information magazine of the Envirolink
Network. Text adapted from the author's 1994 ethnographic video
of the same name (which see below under "CDs and Videocassettes").
Well written and sparely but superbly illustrated. Contact Laura
Jaurequi (Fax 512-451-3879), editor, OneWorld Magazine, PO Box 49934,
Austin TX 78751 email@example.com
Lakeview Museum http://www.lakeviewmuseum.org/pastexhibits/potters.html
2001 "The Potters of Mata Ortiz: Transforming a Tradition."
A traveling exhibition toured by ExhibitsUSA, at the Museum in Peoria
Illinois, Nov 4, 2000 - Jan 7, 2001.
Legler, June http://www.coastviewsmag.com
2000 "The Power of Clay: A Report to My Friends." Coast
Views Magazine, November. Personal account of a workshop with Juan
Quezada in the Sierra Madre Mountains near Mata Ortiz. Contact:
Janetta Roach (650-726-0307), editor, Coast Views Magazine, PMB
507, 80Q N. Cabrillo Highway, Half Moon Bay, CA 94019. firstname.lastname@example.org
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Sharp, Jay W. http://www.desertusa.com/zarchive/indexaug00.html
2000 "On the Way to Paquimé," DesertUSA Magazine
(August), a monthly internet-based magazine. The best overview of
the archaeology of Paquimé weve seen, and entertainingly
written. Contact DesertUSA (858-673-6001, Fax 858 673 6007), Digital
West Media Inc., 16855 West Bernardo Dr, Suite 240, San Diego, CA
Taylor, Ron, Jim Budde, and BSU Art Students http://www.tvcc.cc/Art/bsuworkshop/bsuworkshop.htm
2001 "Mata Ortiz Potters." Illustrated account of a Lydia
Quezada and Rito Talavera ceramic workshop at Boise State University,
Boise ID, October 4-5, 2001.Published by the Treasure Valley Community
College Art Department.
University of Dallas http://www.udallas.edu/artdept/nceca98/juan&harding/juan&harding.htm
1998 "Juan Quezada & Harding Black," a show and demonstration
by Juan Quezada created for the annual conference of the National
Council for Education in the Ceramic Arts (NCECA). Introductory
text, "Juan Quezada," by Bill Gilbert.
VanPool, Christine S., Rafael Cruz Antillón, Robert D.
Leonard, Gordon F.A. Rakita, and Todd L. VanPool http://www.unm.edu/~paquime/ceramics/fieldguide.html
1999 Field Guide to the Ceramic Types of the Casas Grandes Region.
University of New Mexico. Illustrates and describes the various
prehistoric pottery types.