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Andy Ward
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Labor Day 2018 pottery workshop was a huge success. If you are interested in future workshops sign up for my mailing list at http://www.andywardpottery.com/pottery-workshop-email-list/
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Prehistoric Pottery Replication Workshop
October 18 - 22, 2017
Sierra Vista, Arizona

This intensive five day pottery workshop will focus on recreating the pottery of the ancient peoples of southeast Arizona. Through this workshop we will explore the Mogollon culture and their successor the Salado, examining ruins and artifacts left behind, talk with experts about how they lived, made pottery and where they went to, take a field trip to dig native clay, authentically craft pottery, paint, polish, decorate and finally fire in an outdoor mesquite fire, all done just like the ancient potters. This is an intensive, fast-paced, hands on workshop covering the entire range of activities involved in the science and art of prehistoric pottery replication. More info at the link below.
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Photos of my recent Salado Polychrome pottery workshop which was held at Mesa Grande Cultural Park.
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Salado Polychrome Pottery Workshop - 5 day intensive art and archaeology workshop in Mesa Arizona March 8 - 12, 2017. Learn about the prehistoric inhabitants of Arizona and the beautiful pottery they made.
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Happy Chichilticalli Day!
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Pottery reproduction workshop at Q Ranch Pueblo October 1 - 4, 2016. This is all inclusive, meals, room and materials.
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My March 2016 pottery workshop at Besh Ba Gowah https://goo.gl/photos/XcrmvwDtqaj5mmUV9
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Salado as Technology: Salado has been looked at from a lot of different angles, culture, cult, phenomenon... Since pottery is the defining characteristic why not see it as a technology?
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This intensive five day workshop will focus on recreating the beautiful pottery of the Salado Pueblo people who lived in Arizona from 1275 to 1450 AD. You will view prehistoric Salado pottery, examine the ruins they left behind, take a field trip to dig clay, then carefully recreate Salado pottery using authentic tools and materials and finally fire our pottery in an outdoor mesquite fire.  
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Spring 2015 Salado Pottery Workshop
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