The Collectors’ Circle is a members’ organization of the Wheelwright Museum whose mission is to fund acquisitions for the permanent collections. Since its founding in 1999, the Collectors’ Circle has helped the Museum make several of the most significant acquisitions in its history. As a Collectors’ Circle member you will receive invitations to attend exclusive events at artists’ studios, collectors’ homes, and some of Santa Fe’s premier galleries. Enjoy the fellowship of others for whom Native American art is a passion, while training your eye and deepening your understanding.
Membership in the Collectors’ Circle costs $250.00 per individual or $500.00 per couple, all of which is tax deductible. One hundred percent of membership dues go directly to the Wheelwright Museum’s acquisitions fund. (Must have an existing membership with the museum to join the Collectors’ Circle.)
- Join by Mail/Check
Jean Higgins, Assistant to the Director
P.O. Box 5153
Santa Fe, NM 87502
- Join by Phone/Credit Card
Call the Case Trading Post (505-982-4636 Ext. 110)
and provide your credit card information.
- Join Online
Purchases Made with Collectors’ Circle Funds
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Open to Collectors' Circle members only. Adrian Wall (Jemez/Laguna/Chippewa/Seneca), a renowned artist from Jemez Pueblo, has been sculpting since his late teens. While his primary medium is stone, he also works with clay, bronze and glass. Currently, Adrian is exploring new ideas in monumental sculpture. We’ll get a first look at his new directions in this trip to his studio. Further details will be sent to members in advance of the event.Find out more »
Open to Collectors’ Circle members only. Onandaga artist and filmmaker Frank Buffalo Hyde will give us a personal tour and remarks on his new solo exhibit at the Museum of Indian Arts and Culture, I-Witness Culture. The paintings in his show examine our tech-driven, small screen world, how we are now experiencing reality, and how it is changing us. Not to miss! (And, Frank's paintings are for sale.) TO RSVP: Please contact Linda Off at firstname.lastname@example.org. If you need…Find out more »
Open to Collectors’ Circle members only. Courtney Leonard is a ceramic artist and filmmaker from the Shinnecock Nation of Long Island, New York. Courtney welcomes us into her newest exploration of our relationship to water, land and the environment in her new artist installation work at the Santa Fe Art Institute at the Santa Fe University of Art and Design. (And, yes, Courtney will have work for sale.) TO RSVP: Please contact Linda Off at email@example.com. If you need to…Find out more »