Connecting people, culture and nature
The Smithsonian National Museum of the American Indian-Washington D.C 2007
Collaboration with Athena's aunt Nora Naranjo Morse creating ephemeral earthen sculptures on the grounds of the museum.
U.S. Botanic Garden - Washington D.C. 2008
Our part in the Builders without Borders (BWB) strawbale Eco-House that was part of the "One Planet-Ours!" exhibition.
July 14-27, 2012
Ceramic Research Center, Arizona State University - Tempe, AZ 2009
The Canelo Project was one of three different groups of Native American artists who came together to collaborate on the same installation.
Denver Art Museum -Denver, CO 2010-2011
The installion of a large sculpture by Athena's sister, Roxanne Swentzell, for the newly remodeled American Art Gallery
Denver Art Museum - Denver, CO 2011
The museum's summer program is called "Marvelous Mud: Clay Around the World" We were to construct an outdoor clay play space "Clayground" using techniques and materials that would be easy so that anyone could join the process.