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Curator

Collections


Curator

Millicent Rogers Museum


Museum Coordinator

Millicent Rogers Museum


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Carmela Duran, Museum Coordinator
Carmela Duran, Curator of Collections


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Carmela Duran, Curator, Millicent Rogers Museum (505) 770-0736


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Carmela Duran, Museum Coordinator


Threads of Time: Navajo, Pueblo, and Hispanic Textiles in the Rio Grande Valley; Educational Travel Tour; Learning Vacation

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In Taos we visit the textile collections at the Millicent Rogers Museum, where Museum Coordinator Carmela Duran shows us several fine examples of regional textiles, including "chief blankets" that developed in the early 1800s and colcha embroidery, a traditional Spanish colonial style of embroidery dating to the seventeenth century.


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A stunning display of traditional Colcha stitchery drawn from the Museum's Permanent Collection by guest curator Carmela Duran.From small , framed works to large , wall sized pieces , many never before exhibited.Programming is support of the exhibition is still in planning.Millicent Rogers MuseumNovember 21 2001 - December 1 2002Native Visions


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