Enter the Museum of Indian Arts and Culture (MIAC) and join in the celebration of its 2022 Living Treasure, Virgil Ortiz (Cochiti Pueblo). Ortiz’s vision, as seen through his murals and ceramic objects gracing MIAC’s lobby, are examples of combining his Pueblo culture with sci-fi, fantasy and apocalyptic themes.
The artist’s work has been exhibited in venues from the Netherlands to Paris to the Smithsonian Institution’s National Museum of the American Indian and other U.S. museums. On display through April 1, 2023
Clearly Indigenous: Native Visions Reimagined in Glass, is a groundbreaking exhibit of works in glass by 33 Indigenous artists, plus leading glass artist Dale Chihuly who introduced glass art to Indian Country. On view from May 2021 to June 2022 at The Museum of Indian Arts and Culture the stunning art in the exhibit embodies the intellectual content of Native traditions expressed in glass.
Explore the designs painted on ancestral and contemporary Pueblo pottery by visiting Painted Reflections: Isomeric Design in Pueblo Pottery. Never before the subject of a museum exhibition, Painted Reflections offers new insights into the study of Pueblo art through an analysis of the visual structure of ceramic design.
*Gallup Black-on-White Bowl
The Museum is located at 710 Camino Lejo off Old Santa Fe Trail on Museum Hill in Santa Fe, New Mexico.
From November through April, the museum is closed on Mondays.
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Free on First Sundays*
60 & up
NM residents Free on Wednesdays
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