This is a rare, hands on opportunity to see artifacts excavated by the SUU Field School over the past 50 years. Repository Director, Barbara Frank will open the collections to the public, explain the importance of proper preservation of artifacts and answer questions.
Free and Family Friendly
Diné (Navajo) cultural educator, Linda Bitsoie, will give a community presentation about the history and process of creating traditional rugs. She will emphasize the important role that women play in the creation of life and how this is expressed through the art of weaving. Don’t miss this culturally engaging experience!
Free and Family friendly!
This is a day of fun for the whole family! Come throw an atlatl, play a pioneer game, create your own rock art, make a rope, eat delicious fry bread and more! Art Contest winners announced at 10:30, Paiute storytelling 11:00-12:00, and Paiute Dancers 12:00-1:00.
$5 for a family or $2 per person
The Cedar City Public Library presents, Navajo Children Weaving the Future, a Utah Arts and Museums’ Traveling Exhibition featuring traditionally woven rugs created by young Navajo children educated in the traditional art form through the Adopt-an-Elder Program. This textile work will be on display from May 1- May 5, 2019.
Archaeology Month Art contest submissions will be displayed in the Children’s section at the Cedar City Public Library through the month of May. Winners will be announced Archaeology Day at 10:30 am. Children from 2nd- 8th grade are eligible to participate. Entries must be turned into your art teacher by April 26 or at the front desk of the Cedar City Library by April 27.