Native American

Petroglyphs on the Gila river – 2013

Ancient river and Ancient People The headwaters of the Gila river begin in southwestern New Mexico.   After a 650 mile trip across southern Arizona, the Gila joins with the Colorado river, and soon spills into the Sea of Cortez. The Gila drains an arid desert watershed of more than 60,000 square miles.  It’s the last … Continue reading »

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Cielito Lindo by Las Meganenas

Cielito Lindo: Performed by Las Meganenas as part of a performance of Rio de Lagrimas, a sixty minute trilingual (Spanish, English and Nahuatl) piece written by Soledad Marjon-Hindi and scored by Vivian Fernanadez Continue reading »

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Greyshoes – American Indian Sculptor

New Mexico Digital is proud to present the teaser video for a new documentary Greyshoes – American Indian Sculptor Greyshoes, American Indian Sculptor, is a documentary about Upton Ethelbah Jr. aka “Greyshoes“, that follows the creation of an Apache Crown Dancer sculpture, from a 300 pound block of Portuguese marble, to a blue ribbon winning … Continue reading »

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