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No running water. No electricity. On Navajo Nation, coronavirus creates worry and confusion as cases surge

Our Native communities need help too!

Read more here from the L.A. Times


February 24, 2020. We're helping Chief Henry Red Cloud of the Oglala Lakota plant trees in the Bear Butte area of South Dakota, a sacred site for thousands of years that was devastated by wildfires in 2012. Some of our board members will be joining Henry and his volunteers on May 29-31. If you'd like to support us in this effort, please donate or contact us about volunteering.


February 15, 2020. We had an amazing time meeting new Curtis enthusiasts and collectors at Valley Fine Art - AspenMia Valley hosted a Benefit Reception for us in the galley and it was a huge success with 150-200 people coming in over the two-night event. We are so grateful for Mia, all her friends and clients and ours two! Thank you, Peter Templeton (our custom frame maker) for making the drive clear up from Taos and to Paige Eden Photography and Rob for coming over from Denver!!! We appreciate all the new supporters, new volunteers, and all the fabulous donations. Thank you all from the bottom of our hearts. Pedro ValdezzTimothy Reevis, & Henry Red Cloud

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Note: Due to the current COVID-19 crisis, all events listed here are tentative. Please check with the designated venue before making plans to attend a specific event.

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