Native Peoples of the Southwest, Hopi Ceramics Al and Polingaysi Qöyawayma
National Museum of the American Indian (NMAI)
The NMAI Smithsonian Museum Grand Opening September 21, 2004
Mezzanine Alcove, Fourth Floor "Space Pot"
On exhibit is the artist's 3 Corn Sikyatki on the NMAI Fourth Floor as part of the "Our Peoples" Exhibition. The pot flew to bless and honor Commander John Herrington and crew of Space Shuttle "Endeavour," flight STS-113 to the International Space Station, November 23 to December 7, 2002. The pot traveled 5.67 million miles at 17,085 mph, altitude of 249 miles, and completing 216 earth orbits. The pot is fondly referred by NMAI staff as the "Space Pot."
The "Space Pot" described is shown on page 13 in the NMAI Inaugural Publication "Native Universe," which is being co-published by Smithsonian/National Geographic.
California State Polytechnic University
Performing Arts Center (on campus)
San Luis Obispo, California
Dedicated "Corn Mother" monumental (5 foot) bronze,
September 9, 2001. The bronze will be on permanent exhibit in the Performing Arts Center.
Sharlot Hall Museum
Sidewalk Foyer Entrance Exhibit of 5 Foot Corn Mother Bronze
415 W. Gurley St. (1 block west of Courthouse Square)