Diego Romero
Public Talk
Montgomery Fellow Lecture

Diego Romero

Art, Humor & Narrative in Pueblo Pottery
February 16
Feb 16
Wednesday 5:00 PM
Alumni Hall 1h00m
Advance registration suggested. Tickets are also available onsite.

Ancient forms of pottery and comic book imagery come together to tackle contemporary issues in this Cochiti Pueblo potter's work.

21/22 Public Talk

About Diego Romero 

Diego is a Cochiti Pueblo potter and printmaker based in Santa Fe, New Mexico. His lively and thought-provoking work has reached across the United States and Europe and resides in collections including the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the British Museum, and the Los Angeles County Museum of Art.
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Don't miss Diego Romero's art in the Hood Museum exhibit "Unbroken: Native American Ceramics, Sculpture, and Design" and the Montgomery Fellows exhibit, Berry Main Street exhibit space, Baker-Berry Library.

A Celebration of Making

A Celebration of Making

The Montgomery Fellows Program invites you to look at the productive labor of three remarkable craftspeople and discover within their work—and within yourselves—a sense that shaping a world with one's hands brings value and purpose to all our lives.

I admire Diego's ability to seamlessly reference the ancient, such as Mimbres pottery and Greek mythology, while clearly creating contemporary ceramics. Diego's position in contemporary ceramics is completely unique and I am very excited that he will be a Montgomery Fellow at Dartmouth.

—Jenny Swanson, Director of the Dartmouth Jewelry Studio
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2021/22 Season

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4 East Wheelock Street
Hanover, NH
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