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One World, Many Voices

ONE WORLD, MANY VOICES
THE ARTISTRY OF CANYON RECORDS

Pueblo Grande Museum
4619 East Washington Street
Phoenix, Arizona 85034
(602) 495-0901
www.pueblogrande.org

CANYON RECORDS ARTISTS PHOTOGRAPHY
by Robert Doyle

GALLERY MUSIC
Produced exclusively for this Exhibition by Canyon Records and featuring the music of Ed Lee Natay, R. Carlos Nakai, Aaron White, Xavier Quijas Yxayotl and Jonah Littlesunday.

Gallery Music CD will be available exclusively in the Pueblo Grande Gift Shop in early 2017.

UPCOMING PERFORMANCES/PRESENTATIONS

in the Pueblo Grande Community Room

Sunday, February 12, 2017 - Native American Flute Choir & Crafting
Sunday, March 26, 2017 - Songs of the People
Sunday, April 23, 2017 - Coyote in the Outerworld: Our Stories
Sunday, May 28, 2017 - Voices Across the Canyon

GOOGLE ARTS & CULTURE
http://preview.tinyurl.com/zwu2wre

ONE WORLD, MANY VOICES IS DEDICATED TO ROGER LIDMAN.








One World, Many Voices is a multi-layered exhibition that we hope kindles admiration, but also contemplation. Robert Doyle's portraits are vibrant, beautiful and evocative. But he, and the artists themselves, seem to challenge the viewer to question how they experience the pieces: art or dialog, or both. In addition, the exhibit celebrates the history of Canyon Records, but at the same time notes the varied, and sometimes not so wholesome reasons for capturing Native music in the past. We also look at pre-historic influences and modern technologies. The artists speak about the connection of their art to their deep spirituality; about their gratitude in being able to share their talent; about their connection to their communities. 

We hope that you enjoy these layers and join us for the performance series that accompanies the exhibition.

-Nicole Armstrong-Best
Museum Administrator

One World, Many Voices supports traditional and modern forms of artistic expression among the indigenous people of North America through the portrait photography of Robert Doyle.

The intent of this exhibition is not to depict Native artistic practice through a museological or ethnographic lens as done in the past. Nor is it simply to celebrate or romanticize Native communities and their cultures.

It is to reveal the universal human dignity of these recording artists working within a broad range of contemporary Native expression, whether Native or non-Native practitioners. This exhibition challenges us to reconsider our ideas about identity, including our own, and what it means to live in a multicultural society.

-Stephen Reichardt
Exhibition Curator




PERFORMANCES/PRESENTATIONS

Purchase tickets in advance at PuebloGrande.com (except April 23 price TBD) for a discounted rate of or at the door the day of the performance. The November 13 event is FREE. 100% of proceeds from all ticketed performances benefit Pueblo Grande Museum and the Museum Auxiliary. All performances from 2:00 p.m. to 3:00 p.m. except April 23 from 1:00 p.m. to 3:30 p.m.

Sunday, November 13, 2016 - Hoop Dance 101
Tony Duncan, Darrin Yazzie, Violet Duncan

Sunday, January 22, 2017 - One World, Many Voices...Two Languages
Xavier Quijas Yxayotl

Sunday, February 12, 2017 - Native American Flute Choir & Crafting
Aaron White, Anthony Wakeman, Jonah Littlesunday

Sunday, March 26, 2017 - Songs of the People
Roman Orona, Kenneth Cozad, Jay Begaye

Sunday, April 23, 2017 - Coyote in the Outerworld: Our Stories
R. Carlos Nakai with speakers Teresa Doyle and Richard Toon

Sunday, May 28, 2017 - Voices Across the Canyon
William Eaton




EXHIBITION ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS

Exhibition Design: Stephen Reichardt
Exhibition Design Volunteer: Elizabeth Brice-Heames
Guest Curator: Robert Doyle
Collections/Archives Curator: Lindsey Vogel -Teeter
Fabrication & Installation: Elizabeth Brice-Heames, Dan Johnson, Ken Jones and Elaine Saborowski Exhibition
Programming: Renee Aguilar and Laura Andrew
Social Media/Web Design: Renee Aguilar
Logistics: Chad Ourso
Native American Flutes & Construction: O.W. Jones
Gallery Music Performers: Ed Lee Natay, R. Carlos Nakai, Aaron White, Xavier Quijas Yxayotl and Jonah Littlesunday
Gallery Music Engineers: Russ Marsden and R. Carlos Nakai
Video Editing: Daniel Buckley and Jasper Reichardt
Image Production: Ronda Hair
Exhibit Sponsors: City of Phoenix, Pueblo Grande Museum Auxiliary, Canyon Records, Corazon Esteva and Teresita Stark 
Additional Contributions by Laurene Montero and Dr. Arleyn Simon
Overall Support: The Pueblo Grande Museum Staff

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