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The Spirit of Storytellers: The Penfield Gallery of Indian Arts The Spirit of Storytellers: The Penfield Gallery of Indian Arts

By Jim Caton

Family tradition and training are on display at this gallery where the art adds up to community.

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Anthropology Is Alive at the Maxwell Museum Anthropology Is Alive at the Maxwell Museum

By Jim Caton

The Maxwell Museum of Anthropology brings past and present, near and far, into conversation with each other - and with the public.

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Jim Caton is a Staff Writer at New Mexico Homes.

An English teacher for twenty-five years, first at a college near Buffalo and then at a prep school near Detroit, Jim Caton loves talking, teaching and writing. He holds an M.A. and a J.D. and has worked as a law clerk, bartender, metal plating line operator, hi-lo driver, dishwasher, hardware clerk, and he spent four hours working for a cab company. Jim is a songwriter who plays the open-mic circuit and enjoys building furniture and guitars. He is currently at work on two books, a journalistic analysis of the privatization phenomenon titled Upside Down, and a children's fantasy novel titled The Wicker House.