Santa Barbara Historical Museum
136 E. De la Guerra Street
Santa Barbara, CA  93101
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The Persistence of Chumash Visual Culture in the Mission Period
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   Lecture by Dr. Lisbeth Haas, Professor, History, Latin American and Latino Studies, Feminist Studies, University of California Santa Cruz ... Prof. Lisbeth Haas, will deliver a public lecture that focuses on objects from Sacred Art in the Age of Contact, and explores the exhibition’s central theme of the persistence of Chumash sacred and visual traditions through the mission period. Drawing on research completed for her book Saints and Citizens: Indigenous Histories of Colonial Missions and Mexican California, Haas will speak to the visual and material culture of the Santa Barbara missions from diverse perspectives, and address the continued importance of understanding this history today. RSVP required – reception@sbhistorical.org
   
   Event Category & Type:   Lecture ( Classes, Seminars, Conferences)

VENUE
   Santa Barbara Historical Museum, 136 E. De la Guerra Street, Santa Barbara, CA  93101

TICKETING
   Admission:  FREE to All
   Phone:  (805) 966-1601
   Email:  reception@sbhistorical.org
   Internet:  Website

OTHER
   This event is ..... Open to the Public, Indoor, Handicapped Accessible, All Welcome

         

 



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