The Noon Art Video series will be offered again this fall by the Art History Department. Featured in the series, “First People,” will be the theme of Mexican, South American and American Southwestern Native American art and cultures.

All are welcome to come view and discuss the weekly noon videos. The days and locations vary to accommodate as many viewer schedules as possible.

Here is a listing of this fall’s titles:

  • Wednesday, Oct. 6, in Room 154, Murray-Herrick Campus Center, “Ice Age Crossing” and “Mexico’s National Museum of Anthropology”
  • Tuesday, Oct. 12, in Room 101, Brady Educational Center, “The Maya: Temples, Tombs and Times”
  • Wednesday, Oct. 20, in Room 154, Murray-Herrick Campus Center, “The Incas Remembered”
  • Tuesday, Oct. 26, in Room 101, Brady Educational Center, “Anasazi: Vanished Culture of the American Southwest”
  • Wednesday, Nov. 3, in Room 154, Murray-Herrick Campus Center, “Daughters of the Anasazi”
  • Tuesday, Nov. 9, in Room 101, Brady Educational Center, “Maria: Indian Pottery of San Ildefonso”
  • Wednesday, Nov. 17, in Room 154, Murray-Herrick Campus Center, “Views of a Vanishing Frontier”
  • Tuesday, Nov. 23, in Room 101, Brady Educational Center, “Indian Family in the California Desert”
  • Wednesday, Dec. 1, in Room 154, Murray-Herrick Campus Center, “Beyond Tradition: Contemporary Indian Art and Its Evolution”

If you have questions, call Sue Focke, (651) 962-5560.