During June of 1999 four San (also known as "bushpeople") artists from Botswana visited four New Mexico pueblos where they exchanged traditional stories about the trickster figure with artists from each pueblo. The four African artists and four Pueblo artists then worked at Tamarind for ten days, making lithographs related to the stories that had been told. A portfolio of sixteen handcolored lithographs, two by each artist, resulted from the activities. The prints from this project are available through our gallery.
To see the resulting lithographs, click here.