This ethnographic film was produced by film students at San Diego State College in 1968 with Dr. Paul Ezell (Anthropology) & Dr. Roy Madsen (Cinema). It was filmed on 16mm over several journeys to the settlements of Neji and Ha-a in Northern Baja California, Mexico. The original film was reconstructed in 2009 from an old VHS copy because the original film materials no longer exist. Some still photos were added from high quality 4X5 B&W negatives photographed by Rick Roessler a year after the film was shot. The brick house is the only remnant of the Neji settlement.
The garden was created through a partnership with Barona Cultural Center & Museum, The New Children’s Museum and Barona Indian Charter School, with help from an environmental grant by San Diego Gas & Electric. The Read more…
KAHNOP · TO TELL A STORY The Stuart Collection’s newest addition has been likened to an “ocean of words.” The 800-foot-long pathway created by Ann Hamilton features 1,300 quotes from an estimated 300 sources connected Read more…
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