See stunning Native American dolls made by members of several tribes in Arizona
Saturday, October 21
12 PM & 2 PM
Join Gayle Castañeda, founder and director of The Castañeda Museum of Ethnic Costume, as she presents exquisite Native American dolls made by members of several tribes in Arizona, along with interesting commercially-produced dolls that represent these tribes.
Castañeda developed a passion for ethnic dolls in the early 1950s, and still has her dolls from those early days. There are approximately 800 more in the museum’s collection. The museum has created exhibits for major institutions in the Tucson area since 1993.
To request a reservation, please call during business hours one week prior to the event.
Event Tags: Arizona, dolls, free, national parks store, Oro Valley, presentation