October 9 2018 FWA First Tuesday (on Second Tuesday) Terry DeWald

First Tuesdays are back!
(Actually, this month it’s the second Tuesday.)
Join us for an inspiring evening with Terry DeWald                
~ Native American Baskets and Textiles ~

Terry DeWald, author of The Papago Indians and Their Basketry, has been a prominent dealer, lecturer, appraiser and author in American Indian Art for more than 35 years. His father was a journalist and photographer who covered the Southwest for Time and Life magazines and other national publications. His mother was one of the founding members of the Heard Museum Guild.

Terry’s degrees are from the Univeristy of Arizona where he studied history of the American West, anthropology and Native American history. He has done appraisals for the Southwest Museum in Los Angeles, the Philbrook Museum in Tulsa, the Heard Museum in Phoenix, and the Arizona State Museum in Tucson. He has given presentations for Smithsonian groups, archeological seminars, major art auctions, exhibitions, and has spoken at many of our National Parks & Monuments.

Terry is an active trader, buying art from over 100 Native Americans each week. He is a major dealer and collector of antique Native American art, a full member of ATADA (Antique Tribal Art Dealers Association), and he has advised major auction houses such as Christie’s, Bonhams & Butterfields, and Sotheby’s.

Join us for an evening of dinner, drink, presentation, coffee/tea and light desserts.
5:30 p.m.
FWA Members $45
Non-FWA Members $55

Can’t come for dinner but would enjoy the presentation?
Join us from 7:00 to 8 p.m.
Includes presentation, coffee/tea, and light desserts.
FWA Members $10
Non-FWA Members $20

To reserve your space for the lecture:
Please RSVP: respond.fwa@gmail.com
To join us for the buffet:
-Non-members and MO Club members MUST make reservations through the email above.