Anthony Garcia is a jeweler from the Pascua Yaqui tribe who lives in the town of Guadalupe, Arizona (2008 4 min, 29 sec).
Meet Angie Hoffman, a member of the White Mountain Apache Tribe, who, at the time of this 2008 interview, was a Ph.D. candidate in the Department of Language Reading and Culture in the College of Education at the University of Arizona. In this interview she talks about her childhood, education, and language (2008 10 min, 16 sec).
Sheilah Nicholas is a member of the Hopi Tribe and a professor in the Department of Language Reading and Culture in the College of Education at the University of Arizona. In this interview, she discusses growing up with two languages and shares her views on women in her culture (2008 10 min, 49 sec).
Master weaver Barbara Teller Ornelas, a member of the Navajo Nation, discusses the importance of language, weaving, and family (2008 8 min, 28 sec).
Marilyn Ray, potter from the Pueblo of Acoma, tells us about her family, her techniques and influences, and her hopes for the future of pottery making at Acoma (2008 23 min, 45 sec).
Hopi potter, White Swann, discusses her lifelong love of pottery making, learning from her grandmother, and encouraging the work of her children, who are also potters (2007 12 min, 07 sec).
Jennie Vicente, jeweler from the Pueblo of Zuni, talks about her work and techniques (2008 14 min, 16 sec).