AUGUST 14-16!

Join our largest fundraiser! All proceeds directly support the Museum’s programming and exhibition needs. The Benefit sale features jewelry, pottery, textiles, baskets, paintings, and much more.

The earrings shown above are from last year’s Benefit sale– stay tuned for a sneak preview of this year’s event! Gold, turquoise, coral and lapis earrings by Hopi jeweler Verma Nequatewa (Sonwai) donated to the 2023 Benefit sale. Photography: Ben Calabaza (Kewa)

See below for donation and consignment details and how you can be a part of the Benefit event! Call the museum with any questions.

Do you have Native American art you want to donate or consign?

Consignment Information

  1. Items should be Native American-made, original work, and should be in good
    condition (no reproductions, no repairs). We do not accept ceremonial items,
    items with feathers, or wool fibers.
  2. Items must have a Fair Market Value of $150 or greater.
  3. Intake days: March 2, April 6, May 4, June 1, July 6, and August 3 at Wheelwright Library from 10:00 am – 1:00 pm.
  4. Items are limited to ten (10) per person.
  5. Donations are preferred. All donations will receive a charitable contribution letter. Please read the intake form carefully.
  6. Consignments will be split 50-50. Unsold items can be picked up after the Benefit Sale or donated to the Museum. Please read the intake form and complete a W-9 Form.
  7. To drop off at an Intake day: complete one Intake Form per item.
  8. To mail items to Wheelwright: Please contact us in advance. Label the box “Benefit Sale.” Don’t forget to insure the items. Complete one
    Intake Form per item. All shipping/insurance fees (to and from Wheelwright) will be at the expense of the consignor.
  9. Save time at drop-off by completing the Intake Form(s) before arrival.


Contact us at or call
the Museum at 505-982-4636 ext.121.

Save time at drop-off
Review, print, and bring completed forms with you.