Turquoise, Water, Sky: The Stone and Its Meaning »
Turquoise, Water, Sky: The Stone and Its Meaning highlights the Museum’s extensive collection of Southwestern turquoise jewelry and presents all aspects of the stone, from geology, mining and history, to questions of authenticity and value.
Whether you couldn't make the presentation or you really want to go back and hear it again, these recent lectures on Native American Arts & Culture are available for download in MP3 format.
Travels With my Aunt »
"Travels With my Aunt" tells of a unique collection of objects acquired by Sue Bacharach (1902-1999), a woman whose love of travel was exceeded only by her discerning eye for collectibles.
LOCATION The Museum of Indian Arts and Culture/Laboratory of Anthropology is located on Museum HillTM at 710-708 Camino Lejo, off Old Santa Fe Trail. | get directions »
Regular hours: Tuesday - Sunday 10 - 5
Summer Hours (May - October): Monday-Sunday 10-5 | more info »
$6/New Mexico residents (Sundays free for NM residents)
Museum members and children 16 and under are always free
Museum passes and discounts are available | more info »
Free docent tours are offered regularly for museum visitors.
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This introductory video features members of the museum's Indian Advisory Panel discussing the role of Native people in the operations of the Museum of Indian Arts & Culture. watch now »