Honoring Native Voices
through art.

February 10, 2024  –  January 11, 2025

Pathfinder: 40 Years of Marcus Amerman

Explore Amerman’s contribution to the Native American canon, his artistic collaborations and how his legacy of beaded portraiture can be seen in the work of prominent contemporary bead artists today.

February 10, 2024  –  September 21, 2024

Master Glass: The Collaborative Spirit of Tony Jojola

This exhibit is the first of its kind since Jojola’s death in 2022. Tony Jojola (1958 – 2022, Isleta Pueblo) worked through the medium of blown and sculpted glass to express his distinct perspective on Pueblo culture.

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