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Silver Bullet Productions
38 Calle Ventoso West
Santa Fe, NM 87506

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A special thank you goes out to our Chief Underwriting Sponsor, The Pueblo of Santa Ana, for their great assistance in making this Panel Discussion event possible. We are totally grateful for this Sponsorship. ... See MoreSee Less
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FROM CULTURE TO COUTURE - THE INDIGENOUS FASHION REVOLUTION ANOTHER OF OUR TALENTED PANELIST FOR THE APRIL 6TH PANEL DISCUSSION EVENT LA FONDA ON THE PLAZA IN SANTA FE Orlando Dugi (Navajo) draws inspiration from his childhood memories of stargazing in the desert of northern Arizona while spending summer vacations on his paternal grandparents’ sheep ranch.Limited edition collections and wearable art fusing tradition and modern elegance that honor and share the enduring beauty of Dine heritage. Garments made by hand, woven of wool or sewn of cotton or silk using traditional techniques in dyeing, weaving, and ornamented with an assortment of accessories to adorn the body have always been a part of Navajo culture.Exhibitions: Denver Art Museum and MIAC (Museum of Indian Arts & Culture).Fashion Shows: Style Fashion Week New York, Tulsa Fashion Week, Heard Museum, SWAIA and Cherokee Art Show. ... See MoreSee Less
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ONE OF OUR TALENTED PANELIST FOR THE APRIL 6TH PANEL DISCUSSION EVENT: FROM CULTURE TO COUTURE - THE INDIGENOUS FASHION REVOLUTIONPATRICIA MICHAELS ~ PM WATERLILYFashion, Textiles, Public Speaker, Interior Designer and Educator.Patricia Michaels of Taos Pueblo, New Mexico is a world-renowned Fashion and Textile Designer.AWARDS AND ACCOLADES: Institute of American Indian Arts, four years at The School of the Art Institute of Chicago (with mentor Nick Cave), Santa Fe Opera Costume department, and spent time in Italy with an Italian tailor. She was first runner up in Project Runway Season 11 and back in Project Runway All Stars in Season 4. The Smithsonian’s National Museum of the American Indian awarded her the inaugural “Arts & Design Award”, and was a speaker at the Bill & Melinda Gates Scholar Foundation.Her work as a CEO of her PM Waterlily LLC, takes her around the world to places like New Zealand, South Africa, Canada, as well as many countries in Europe and the USA and at least twice a year to NYNY Fashion Week to do fashion lectures, presentations, sales, workshops, fundraisers, artists in residency, advisory boards and inspirational speeches. Whew! She's busy!She has a home collection with “Akin Homes” and uniforms for Hotel Chaco. Her biggest driving force are her 2 children, Mozart and Margeaux, Native Traditions, youth and empowering women. Her cottage industry empowers women’s voices and Native history leading to current issues where she is supporting the awareness of Missing & Murdered Indigenous People (MMIP), Community Against Violence, American Indian College Funds, Big Brothers & Big Sisters, Smart Art, Cancer Support funding, and Preservation of Native Culture and Resources. Recently, her designs lead her to created costumes for t he Opera Silvain which premiered at the Kennedy Center in DC in June 2022. James, her companion, is a hunter and spends a lot of time with him in nature bringing the magic world of Taos Pueblo mountains back into the studio for inspiration. She has been designing in the digital world for 9 years since she revolutionized the uniform world with Cintas Uniform Company. Since then, she has been using digital design in her fashion and textiles. ... See MoreSee Less
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