All photographs © Carlan Tapp - Naamehnay Project - Question of Power 2018 - All Rights Reserved - May not be reproduced without written consent
Creating a visual voice for social justice, environmental and health issues resulting from the energy industrialization of Native American Homelands and Sacred Places.
Naamehnay Project-Question of Power is a Federal 50lc3 non-profit. Our mission is to create a visual voice for social justice, environmental and health issues resulting from the energy industrialization of Native American Homelands and Sacred Places.
To be able to produce objective photographic documentary stories we rely on many individuals who support us throughout the year at all levels.
To make a tax-deductible by CHECK. Please make checks to Naamehnay Project, Inc. Mail to: 23 Esquila Road, Santa Fe, NM 87508. To make a tax-deductible donation by CREDIT CARD, please click the DONATE button. You will receive a receipt by mail. Thank you for believing in us, and thank you for your generous support.
A selection of Chaco Canyon images are offered as a 501(c)3 donation to further the Greater Chaco Landscape project work. The photographs were made with a Holga camera on 120 film. Negatives were scanned and digital files created. Prints are made on fiber based archival paper using archival pigment inks. Each print is signed and over matted with white 4 ply archival mattboard ready for framing.
Image size 12"x12"
Matt size 20"Hx16"W
Suggested donation $500.00
Ancestral Puebloan Spirit
7" X 7" 64 page hardcover square book. Greater Chaco Landscape. Suggested Donation $250.00
Real Women Have Horns
7" X 7" Book. A short story about a very big subject by Nancy Tapp. Suggested Donation $50.00
Greater Chaco Landscape Photography Workshop
This workshop presents a rare opportunity to explore and photograph not only Chaco Canyon's great architectural heritage but several of its surrounding hidden sacred sites. The workshop also offers a rare opportunity to experience the people who live within the greater Chaco landscape and to witness first hand the industrialization that threatens them and their way of life. Donation $1850.00. More information
Mentorships are designed to assist in the development of specific photographic projects or to expand one's photography skills. Sessions are conveniently offered through distance learning or on location in New Mexico. All fees are tax deductible and help support our Greater Chaco Landscape Project.
Mentorship programs include portfolio reviews, long-term projects, or advancing your photography skills. Distance learning mentorships are based on four sessions over three months. Suggested donation is $1425.00.
Private on location in New Mexico sessions are also available at a suggested donation of $795.00 per day.
Making your support work. All donations help us continue our work on the Greater Chaco Landscape Project dedicated to preserving Chaco Canyon Historic Cultural Preserve from encroaching industry and to provide a voice for the people affected by such industry.
To discuss and plan your mentorship contact Carlan.