November 27 & 28

Jennifer Joseph

10am - 4pm Saturday

1pm - 4pm Sunday 

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November 27 & 28 - Jennifer Joseph

Returning to MIP this weekend! You may have seen her as Betti Muchvo in the comedic 2011 feature film, More Than Frybread, or in the series, Frybread. If not, check it out on IMDb. But Jennifer Joseph is more than an actress and producer. In her hometown of Hotevilla, and indeed all over the Southwest, she is also known for specializing in creating graphics inspired by her Hopi heritage. She silkscreens her original, hand-drawn designs onto various textiles, including Native and non-Native apparel, bedding, kitchen towels, and others.  



Museum visitors are invited to bring a 13”x13” cotton square so they could learn basic silk-screening technique and print one of her original designs yourself, for FREE! (One square per person, per day, please.) The design will be printed in black, so lighter colored cloth works best. 

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