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Name
Elizabeth Juan
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Artist’s physical folder is filed alphabetically in the Native American Artists Resource Collection under the following name:
Juan, Elizabeth

Artist's work is represented in the object collection of the Heard Museum

Exhibits
Home: Native People in the Southwest. Heard Museum. Phoenix, Arizona. May 22, 2005 -
Hold Everything! Masterworks of Basketry and Pottery from the Heard Museum. Heard Museum. Phoenix, Arizona. November 1, 2001 -
Fairs and Markets
1988 Inter-Tribal Ceremonial. Gallup, New Mexico. August 1998.
Awards
1988 Inter-Tribal Ceremonial Miscellaneous Basketry, Best of Category. Gallup, New Mexico. August 1988.
1988 Inter-Tribal Ceremonial Classification V - Baskets, Any item, horsehair, 1-3": Third Place. Gallup, New Mexico. August 1988.
1988 Inter-Tribal Ceremonial Classification V - Baskets, Any item, horsehair 3-5": First Place. Gallup, New Mexico. August 1988.
1988 Inter-Tribal Ceremonial Classification V - Baskets, Any item, horsehair, over 5": First Place. Gallup, New Mexico. August 1988.
Publications
Found 8 record(s)
Available ActionsCitationPagesPublication DateArtist Citation NotesWebsite
Folwell, Jody, Terrol Dew Johnson, Ann E. Marshall, Diana F. Pardue, Tristan Reader and Diza Sauers. Hold Everything! Masterworks of Basketry and Pottery from the Heard Museum. Phoenix, Arizona: Heard Museum. 2001.652001Catalog of an exhibition.
Gogol, John M. "Papago Horsehair Basketry". v. 3, no. 3, July 30, 1983. American Indian Basketry and Other Arts.6-7
Gogol, John M. "Papago Indian Basketry". v. 1, no. 5, February 15, 1982. AMERICAN INDIAN BASKETRY MAGAZINE.9
Marshall, Ann (editor). Home: Native People in the Southwest. Phoenix, Arizona: Heard Museum. 2005.1662005Catalog of an exhibition curated by Ann Marshall. Includes index.
Porter, Frank W., III (compiler). Native American Basketry: an Annotated Bibliography. New York, New York: Greenwood Press. 1988.2401988
Schiffer, Nancy. Miniature Arts of the Southwest. West Chester, Pennsylvania: Schiffer Publishing Company. 1991.29-311991
Smyth, Melissa. "Kachina Claims O'odham Tash Best in Show". Casa Grande, Arizona: Casa Grande Dispatch, February 12, 1988. 1988.11988Newspaper article
Whiteford, Andrew Hunter. Southwestern Indian Baskets: Their History and Their Makers. Santa Fe: School of American Research Press. 1988.1411988

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