RoseMary Diaz (Santa Clara Pueblo) served as Guest Editor of Craftsmanship Quarterly‘s first issue focused on Native American craft (Fall 2022). She is an award-winning and anthologized poet, and the author of an original online series “Native Foodways: New Seasons,” for Indian Country Today. She has written dozens of articles on Native and Indigenous arts, artists, and related subjects for publications such as Beadwork, First American Art Magazine (FAAM), Metalsmith, Native Peoples, and New Mexico Magazine. RoseMary was born in Los Angeles, CA, but spent most of her childhood in Santa Clara Pueblo Indian Reservation and other small, rural communities in Northern New Mexico. She studied literature and its respective arts at the Institute of American Indian Arts, Naropa University, and University of California, Santa Cruz. She currently lives in Santa Fe, not far from Santa Clara Pueblo, part of the ancestral homelands of the Tewa people.
Feature Stories by RoseMary
- Keepers of Indigenous Tradition (writer)
Galleries by RoseMary
Podcasts by RoseMary
- Listen to “A Conversation with Guest Editor RoseMary Diaz,” A Craftsmanship Artisan Interview (narrator)