Valerie Verzuh, et al.

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VALERIE K. VERZUH, an anthropology graduate of the University of California, Berkeley, has studied and cared for Native American artifacts for the last twenty years, first at the Oakland Museum of California, and since 2000, at the Museum of Indian Arts & Culture / Laboratory of Anthropology in Santa E, New Mexico.  As curator of the Individually Cataloged Collections, she has worked to increase understanding of Southwest American Indian material culture and accessibly to the museum’s holdings for artists, scholars, and community members. 

- Source: from the book Painting the Native World—Life, Land, and Animals by Valerie K. Verzuh and Antnio R. Chavarria