Online August 1–11, 2017 ◆ On-site August 17–18, 2017
Founded in 1937, The Wheelwright Museum of the American Indian is New Mexico’s oldest non-profit, independent museum, and is a private non-profit corporation. The Wheelwright offers unique exhibitions of contemporary and historic Native American art. We’re famous for our focus on little-known genres and for solo shows by living Native American artists. The Wheelwright is open seven days a week.
The annual auction is our largest fundraiser, which contributes to operations, educational programs, exhibits, insight, and our commitment to the presentation of Native American art and culture.
Thursday, August 17
11 a.m. –1 p.m. Jewelry Collection Showcase at the Case Trading Post
3–5 p.m. Silent Auction and Live Auction Preview (last table closes at 4:30)
Friday, August 18
9 a.m. –noon Artist Demonstrations on the Plaza
10 a.m.–noon Live Auction Preview
Noon–3 p.m. Live Auction
Andale Food Truck will be on-site August 18th.
A free shuttle and offsite parking will be available at the First Baptist Church on 1605 Old Pecos Trail as well as St. John’s United Methodist Church at 1200 Old Pecos Trail. There is also additional parking available on Museum Hill at the Stewart L. Udall Center for Museum Resources lot as well as the overflow parking at MIAC.
Donations & Questions: Contact Jean Higgins, Assistant to the Director, at 505-982-4636 ext. 103 or email@example.com