AdobeAirstream Review of Will Wilson

John McKissick reviews the Will Wilson show at the Wheelwright Museum for the June 2014 issue of AdobeAirstream, which covers art, music, and film from the west. Will Wilson’s Year-Long Survey Opens at Wheelwright Museum ... Read More

CTP Manager’s Selections

  Greetings from Santa Fe! As we approach summer, lots of exciting things are happening here at the Wheelwright, including the arrival of great items at the Case Trading Post. This small group shows some of the beautiful new work now available at the Case. Deanna Tenorio brought us a gorgeous ... Read More

Things of Nature: Kevin and Valerie Pourier (Oglala Lakota)

Join us at the Case Trading Post on Saturday, May 10th, from 5-7 p.m. for Things of Nature: Buffalo Horn Creations by Kevin and Valerie Pourier (Oglala Lakota). The Pouriers will be making a special trip down from South Dakota to be in attendance with new works of wearable art! Event ... Read More

Work(s) in progress

Those of you who have tried to access the Wheelwright in the last couple of weeks know that it hasn't been easy. In addition to work on our new wing--and the accompanying big trucks, torn-up walkways, and blocked entrances--we're also installing an exciting new exhibition with Will Wilson, scheduled to open to the public on ... Read More

  The Santa Fe New Mexican Jewelry gallery focus of museum addition Sunday, April 6, 2014   Information on the development of our new addition to the Museum. CNN Best places to experience Native American culture The Wheelwright Museum made the list!  ... Read More

Artist Spotlight: Keri Ataumbi

  The Case Trading Post is excited to share with you a new body of work created especially for us by Keri Ataumbi. The work showcases minimal yet sleek forms, with hints of diamonds and 18k gold warming the silver palette. We hope you enjoy her work as much as we do!  ... Read More

Welcome to the Wheelwright Museum’s new website and to our News/Blog feature. We want to thank Mindshare Studios, Santa Fe, for creating the site with extensive input from the museum’s staff and volunteers. We are especially grateful to former board president Darla Cox and current vice-president Jean Higgins for the many hours they contributed to ... Read More