Sand To Stone
 
 

NEWS

Media

Youth Art Class: Clay Camp 2015 | Flyer PDF
JNTP Art Expo Sand To Stone Art Classes & Other Events | Program of Events PDF
Bird Singer Performance | Poster PDF | E-Blast Promo PNG
May 7 2016 Opening Reception | Poster PDF | E-Blast Promo PDF | Post Card PDF
Exhibition Materials | Lewis deSoto Statement PDF | Gerald Clarke Statement PDF | Cara Romero Statement PDF | Sand To Stone Intro PDF | Carlota Intro PDF
Youth Art Class: Clay Camp II 2016 | Flyer PDF
Sand To Stone: Project Video| Opening Reception Photos

Press Releases

Press Release: 29 Palms, CA April 10, 2016
29 Palms Art Gallery and Joshua Tree National Park Announce Opening Reception & Exhibition for Sand to Stone: Contemporary Native American Art in Joshua Tree
Opening Reception: May 7, 2016
Art Exhibition: April 27 – May 22, 2016

On May 7th, artists Lewis deSoto, Cara Romero, and Gerald Clarke Jr., will gather with local artists, tribal members, and the community to celebrate the highly anticipated project Sand to Stone: Contemporary Native American Art in Joshua Tree. This multidisciplinary art project highlights contemporary Native American artists from tribes (Cahuilla, Chemehuevi, Mojave and Serrano) with significant cultural ties to Joshua Tree National Park. The goal of this community collaboration is to increase awareness about Native American art and culture, encourage Native American artists, individuals and local communities to interact with park land, and foster cross‐cultural relationships.  | read full press release

Press Release: 29 Palms, CA March 21, 2016
29 Palms Art Gallery and Joshua Tree National Park Announce Sand to Stone: Contemporary Native American Art in Joshua Tree
April 1 – May 22, 2016

1ST OF 3 EVENTS – 700 4th GRADERS to PARTICIPATE in A BIRD SINGING & DANCING EVENT APRIL 1 at COPPER MOUNTAIN COLLEGE 29 PALMS, CA (March 21, 2016)
29 Palms Art Gallery and Joshua Tree National Park present the highly anticipated project Sand to Stone: Contemporary Native American Art in Joshua Tree. This multidisciplinary art project highlights contemporary Native American artists from the tribes (Cahuilla, Chemehuevi, Mojave and Serrano) with significant cultural ties to Joshua Tree National Park. The goal of this community collaboration is to increase awareness about Native American art and culture, encourage Native American artists, individuals and local communities to interact with park land, and foster cross‐cultural relationships. Over the next few months, students, visitors, artists, and tribal members are invited to participate in Bird Singing & Dancing events, an exhibition at the 29 Palms Art Gallery featuring Cara Romero, Lewis deSoto, and Gerald Clarke Jr., and a site-specific installation by Lewis deSoto at Joshua Tree National Park’s Oasis Visitor Center. | read full press release

For inquiries, please contact Rhonda Lane Coleman.

Press Articles

Hi-Desert Star: Bird Singer Performance at Copper Mountain College for 4th Grade Students | www.hidesertstar.com
KCET Artbound: Lewis deSoto's "Carlota" | www.kcet.org
Z107.7 Radio: Opening Reception Announcement | www.z1077fm.com
Arts Connection, San Bernardino: www.artsconnectionnetwork.org
Hi-Desert Star: Clay Camp, Youth Art Class | www.hidesertstar.com
Hi-Desert Star: CAC & CCC Grants Received | www.hidesertstar.com