Category Archives: Hopi Kachinas

New Works by Hopi Artists for Spring 2012

In 1882 the Hopi reservation was established for the protection of Hopi land. The designated area was originally settled by the Hopi between 300 and 400 A.D., during the late basket maker and early Pueblo I era. The natural, elevated … Continue reading

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Hopi Kachinas: Their Significance in Ceremony and Art

An article by Lee Anderson People tend to think of kachinas as wooden carvings of masked, human figures they see for sale at trading posts, galleries, and fairs. Or they know that kachinas are often offered as gifts to people … Continue reading

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