Aficionados Speaker Series
Originating in 1984, The Hulbert Center Aficionados program is driven by a public interest in the American Southwest. The Aficionados welcome all who are eager to gain knowledge of the people, land, environment, arts, and anthropology that enrich this region. During each block at Colorado College, the Aficionados host a luncheon that includes a lecture by a speaker with expertise in an issue pertaining to the Southwest. While certainly not required, several Aficionados attendees are among the regular donors to Hulbert Center programs. All donations are tax exempt.
*No Cost* Space is limited to 100 registrants
Noon, Gaylord Hall, main floor of Worner Campus Center, 902 N. Cascade Ave
For more information, call (719) 389-6334
Block 1: Wednesday, September 6th at noon
“Before and Beyond Tex-Mex: History and Flavor Profile of Texas Mexican Food"
Speaker: Adan Medrano
Block 2: Wednesday, October 4th at noon
“Querencia and Los Alamos: Nuevomexicana/o Homesteaders on the Pajarito Plateau before and after the Manhattan Project”
Speaker: Myrriah Gomez
Block 3: Wednesday, November 1st at noon
"Pre-Hispanic Ritual and Celebration in the Day of the Dead"
Speaker: Edgar Cota-Torres
Block 4: Wednesday, December 6th at noon
“A European Modernist in America’s West: The Colorado Work of Architect Jan Ruhtenberg”
Speaker: Elaine Freed
Block 5: Wednesday, January 31st at noon
"Photographing the Southwest Landscape: from Iconic Images to Intimate Scenes"
Speaker: Stephen Weaver
Block 6: Wednesday, February 28th at noon
"The Journey of Pueblo Pottery from the Smithsonian’s National Museum of the American Indian to the Poeh Cultural Center"
Speaker: Cynthia Chavez-Lamar & Karl Duncan
Block 7: Wednesday, April 4th at noon
Women In The West Lecture- Information under separate page
"Passport to the Homeland: Maria Varela's Journey from Civil Rights to Land Rights"
Speaker: Maria Cotera
Speaker: NO SPEAKER OR LUNCHEON THIS BLOCK
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