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California Indian Arts Association Video Collection
2005.025  
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Description
A series of filmed meetings of the California Indian Arts Association (CIA), recorded between the years 1994-2000. The C.I.A. is was an informal group of devotees of the arts, artifacts, and culture of southern California Indian people. Meetings dealt with a variety of topics including basketry, pottery, art, rock art, archaeology, and artifacts from southern California.
Background
The California Indian Arts Association was an informal group of devotees of the arts, artifacts, and culture of southern California Indian people. Programs dealt with a variety of topics including basketry, pottery, art, rock art, archaeology, and artifacts from southern California. Meetings were recorded during the years 1994-2000.
Extent
2 linear feet
Restrictions
Ownership of the physical collection belongs to the Agua Caliente Cultural Museum. Copyright belongs to the California Indian Arts Association. Publicity rights may be retained by the subjects or their heirs. Requests for reproductions will be referred to the California Indian Arts Association. For research purposes only.
Availability
Collection is open for research.