Publications and Awards

Current and Past Exhibits

  • Denver Art Museum, Permanent Southwest Collection, 2011
  • American Indian Science and Engineering Society Headquarters, Albuquerque, NM, 2007
  • Denver Art Museum, Martin and McCormick Gallery, “Breaking the Mold,” The Virginia Mattern Collection, “Full Arch Mesa Verde.”
  • Heard Museum, New Exhibit, HOME: Native People of the Southwest, 2005-2020
  • Charles King Galleries, Scottsdale, Arizona ,Shows 2009-2013
  • Blue Rain Gallery, Taos, New Mexico, Shows 1999-2013
  • National Museum of the American Indian, Inaugural Opening, “Space Pot”, September, 2004
  • New Mexico Museum of Fine Arts,“Changing Hands,” Santa Fe, May-August 2003
  • Kierland Center/Hotel and Resort, Fountain Level Entry, North Scottsdale, Arizona
  • Philbrook Museum of Art, “Changing Hands: Art without Reservation,” Tulsa, January-March 2003
  • American Craft Museum, “Changing Hands,” New York, May-September 2002
  • Arizona Historical Museum/Museum of Indian Arts and Culture, Santa Fe, “Jewels of the Southwest,” February-August 2002
  • Christopher Cohan Performing Arts Center, Centennial Celebration, California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo, September 9, 2001 thru permanent exhibit of “Corn Mother Bronze”
  • Austin Museum of Art/Texas Fine Arts Assoc., “The Road to Aztlan,” October thru December 2001
  • Los Angeles County Museum of Art, Exhibit, The Road to Aztlan, May thru August, 2001
  • Heard Museum Indian Fair, February 2000, March 2003, March 2005, March 2013
  • Heard Museum, “Hold Everything,” November 2001 to March 2002
  • American Craft Museum, New York, August-October 1999
  • Kentucky Art and Craft Foundation, September-October 1998
  • Indian Market (SWAIA) Artist’s Invitational, Santa Fe, August 23-24, 1997
  • Southern Alleghenies Museum of Art, Lingenfelter Collection, June-Sept. 1997
  • Adobe East, 1996 Hopi Show, April 1997, November 1998
  • Gallery 10, individual shows, 1980-1998
  • Santa Fe East, individual shows, Indian Market 1977-1992
  • Arizona State Museum, University of Arizona, “Yellow Ware Road,” Tucson, 1990-1994
  • Taylor Museum, “Al Qoyawayma: A Retrospective,” Colorado Springs 1985
  • Smithsonian Institute of Natural History, “First Showing of Contemporary American Indian Art,” Washington, D.C. 1982-83
  • Kennedy Center, “Night of the First Americans,” Washington, D.C. 1982

 

Recent and Past Publications

  • Smithsonian’s Archives of American Art 140 page oral history transcript, Smithsonian’s Archives of American Art, 140 page oral history transcript. Interview by Mija Riedelin studio, Prescott, AZ, Al Qöyawayma, March 30-31, 2010.
  • The Influence of 112 Synchrotron Radiating Birkeland Filaments Formed in an Archaic Auroral Sheath on Man-Made Structures and Articles Found Worldwide, International Conference on Plasma Science (ICOPS); Session: “Space Plasmas”, Karlsruhe, Germany, June 15-19, 2008 by Alfred H. Qöyawayma, Life Member IEEE, Ceramics and Epigraphics, Prescott, AZ and Anthony L. Peratt, Fellow IEEE, Los Alamos National Laboratory, NM.
  • Diverse: Issues in higher Education, Providing a ‘Full Circle of Support’, pgs. 18-20, March 2008, Volume 25 (Re: “AISES” 30th Year Anniversary).
  • Crafted to Perfection: The Nancy & Alan Cameros Collection of Southwestern Pottery, Pages 74-75, 10, 16, 111, 131, 152; The Rockwell Museum of Western Art, Corning, NY, 2007
  • Winds of ChangeAmerican Indian Science and Engineering Society (AISES), Cover, Autumn 2007 (30th Anniversary Issue); Honoring Astronaut John Herrington, The Story of the “Space Pot”, pg. 82-85; WOC covers: Spring 2005; Summer 2001
  • Characteristics for the Occurrence of a High-Current, Z-pinch Aurora as Recorded in Antiquity Part IIDirectionality and Source, IEEE Transactions on Plasma Science, August 2007, by Anthony L. Peratt, Fellow. IEE, John McGovern, Alfred H. Qöyawayma, Life Member, IEEE, M.A. Ven der Sluijs, and M.G. Peratt, IEEE
  • The Influence of 56 Synchrotron Radiating Birkland Filaments formed in an Archaic Auroral Sheath in Man-Made Structures and Artifacts, IEEE/ICOPS, Albuquerque, NM, by Peratt and Qöyawayma, June 2007
  • An Intense Auroral Z-Pinch Recorded in Antiquity on Southwestern ArtifactsIEEE Space Plasma Conference (ICOPS), Traverse City, Michigan, June 2006 by Anthony L. Peratt, Fellow IEEE, Los Alamos National Labratory, NM and Al Qoyawayma, Life Member IEEE, Prescott, AZ
  • 100 Artists of the Southwest, 2006, Schiffer Publ. by Douglas Bullis, Page 150-151
  • Born of ClayNational Museum of the American Indian, 2005, page 42, inside back cover, in conjunction with opening of exhibit NMAI George Gustav Heye Center, New York, 2005, 2006
  • 2004 Commemorative CalendarNational Museum of the American Indian, page 2
  • NativeUniverseNational Museum of the American Indian Inaugural Book, Smithsonian/National Geographic, Gerald McMaster and Clifford E. Trafzer, Editors, pages 13, 15, 312 (ref. 11)
  • NDN Art, Contemporary Native American Art, Fresco Fine Art, Suzanne Deats, “Al Qoyawayma,” pages 116-121, 2003
  • Cowboys and Indians, 10th Anniversary Ed., “Al Qoyawayma,” pages 80-81, July 2003
  • Native Peoples, “Native Scientists Taking Off,” pages 26-31, November/December 2002
  • Southwest ArtIndian Market Edition, Cover, Pages 43, “Balancing Two Worlds,” 138-141, August 2002
  • Changing Hands: Art Without ReservationAmerican Craft Museum, New York, pp. 58, 158 and 171
  • The Road to Aztlan, LACMA, May 2001, pp. 313
  • Hopi-Tewa Pottery, Gregory Schaaf, CIAC Press, 1998, pp. 135
  • Wall Street Journal, Gail King, American Indian Art Now, September 4,1998 (review/design section)
  • Art of the Hopi, Jerry and Lois Essary Jacka, Northland Publishing, 1998, pp. 131-135.
  • Native American Visions, 1998 Calendar (June), AISES, (800) 992-2908
  • Clay Times, Gail Molnar Pfeifer, July/August 1997, pp. 8-11
  • Soul Cafe, Dr. Leonard Sweet, President, Drew University, Oct./Nov. 1996
  • Indian Artist, summer 1996, pp. 65-66
  • Phoenix Home and Garden, collector’s edition, March 1995
  • Art of Clay, Lee M. Cohen, Clearlight Publishers, 1993
  • Between Two Worlds,George Bird Grinnell Foundation, 1993
  • Santa Fe Design, Elmo Baca and Suzanne Deats, Crown Publishing, 1990
  • Beyond Tradition, Lois and Jerry Jacka, Northland Publishing Co., 1988
  • The Formation of Ceramic Analytical Groups: Hopi Pottery Production and Exchange, AD 1300-1600, Bishop, Canouts, deAtley, Qoyawayma, Journal of Field Archaeology No. 15, pp. 317-337, 1988.
  • Winds of Change, Frank Gianelli, American Indian Science and Engineering Society, 1986
  • Arizona Highways, “The New Individualists,” May 1986 and The Hopi Tricentennial Issue, September 1980
  • Qoyawayma, Hopi Potter, Ed. Alma S. King, Santa Fe East, 1984
  • National GeographicPueblo Pottery, November 1982
  • Generations in Clay, Alfred Dittert and Fred Plog, Northland Press, 1980

 

Organizations and Awards

  • Honorary Doctor of Science, California Polythenic State University, San Luis Obispo, June 2013. Keynote address: “Finding your calling.”
  • Selected for permananent representation as an American Artist in the Archives of Smithsonian Archive of American Art, 2010, http://www.aaa.si.edu/collections/Q.
  • Exhibits Consultant: Smithsonian, National Museum of American Indian, “Born of Clay:” Ceramics of the Americas, Exhibition 2006.
  • Smithsonian Museum of Natural History, Long Term Planning: “Chaco Exhibit”
  • Judges Award, Non Traditional Ceramics (Polychrome), the Heard Museum Fair, 2005
  • Non-Traditional Ceramics, 1st Place 2 Divisions (Polychrome), 2nd Place Southwestern Association for Indian Arts (SWAIA), Santa Fe Indian Market, August 2004
  • Best of Non-Traditional Ceramics, 1st, 2nd & 3rd Place Non-Traditional Ceramics Southwestern Association for Indian Arts (SWAIA), Santa Fe Indian Market, August 2002
  • Best of Ceramics, The Heard Museum Fair, March 1998
  • Member, Dean’s Advisory Council, School of Engineering, California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo, 1994 to 1996.
  • Fulbright Fellow, Maori and South Pacific Arts/Te Waka Toi, 1991
  • Commissioner, Arizona Commission on the Arts, 1991-1992
  • Board of Directors, The Heard Museum, Phoenix, 1990-1992
  • Board of Trustees/Vice-Chairman, Institute of American Indian Arts, Santa Fe, New Mexico 1988-1994
  • Alumnus of the Year, California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo, 1989
  • Honorary Doctor of Humane Letters, University of Colorado, May, 1986
  • Ely S. Parker Award, American Indian Science and Engineering Society, 1986
  • Board of Directors, NACME (National Action Committee on Minorities in Engineering), 1984-1986
  • AISES Co-Founder and Founding Chairman, American Indian Science and Engineering Society, 1977 to 1980; Past Bublications Board, “Winds of Change”
  • Popovi Da Memorial Award, Scottsdale National Arts Exhibition, 1976
  • Patents, U.S. and foreign on Inertial Guidance Systems (IMU), 747, F-15; and other commercial and military aircraft and applications, 1966-Current