Presentations and Lectures
SLIDE-LECTURE POWERPOINT PRESENTATIONS by
Rubén Sálaz M., author of
There are several pre-organized themes to
choose from for your students or Group.
For STUDENTS of all ages.
01.) NEW MEXICAN HISTORY: People and Places (with music). A tour of New Mexico from precontact Amerindians to the present day.
02.) NEW MEXICO in ART and LANDSCAPE (With music.) This is a “fun” presentation of 140 slides that is humorous, provides a quick look at different parts of scenic N.M., indulges in poignant childhood fantasies, and ends with a triumphant presentation of sculptures which present many personalities who made history in New Mexico.
03.) ALBUQUERQUE. (With music.) This presentation of 140 slides is in three parts: an insiders view of Albuquerque, a complete visit to the Albuquerque Zoo, and the grandeur which is the annual Balloon Fiesta.
04. SANTA FE to TAOS: A Cultural Corridor. (With music.) This tour via 140 slides takes us around Santa Fe, Canyon Road, the Santa Fe Opera, and picturesque highlights on the road to Taos. This quick tour is the heart of northern New Mexico.
For ADVANCED Students and Adults
05.) SOUTHWEST HISTORY. Basic information is provided on our eight Southwestern states.
06.) MISSION ART AND ARCHITECTURE OF THE SOUTHWEST. (With music.) This presentation (280 slides) provides an introduction to New Mexican “Santero Art” as well as slides from missions across the Southwest.
07.) ETERNAL SPAIN (With music.) This presentation (280 slides) provides a light historical interpretation of Spanish history plus slides on various parts of contemporary Spain.
08.) HISTORICAL LITERATURE OF THE SOUTHWEST: a discussion of books that should be in your Southwestern library.
09.) NEW MEXICO HISTORY (Slides and commentary)
10.) MEXICO (with music) A tour of Mexico from its Indian past to the present.
11.) ¡VIVA LAS VEGAS! (With music; ADULTS ONLY; not for students) Just for fun, let’s take some time off and visit Las Vegas, Nevada!!!
There are several presentations to choose from for your students or group:
CONTACT Rubén Sálaz