The Institute of American Indian Arts Museum is located downtown, one block east of the plaza and across the street from the ... More
Institute of American Indian Arts Museum
The Institute of American Indian Arts Museum is located downtown, one block east of the plaza and across the street from the St. Francis Cathedral. It's the only museum in the world that highlights contemporary Native American arts. Carl Beam, James Lavadour, Gerald Clarke, and Tom Fields are but a small sampling of artists whose works are on display. The museum often features exhibits of IAIA students and faculty. Other events include lectures, book signings and children's activities. Please note that the IAIA Museum is closed on Tuesdays from November to May.
Formerly located in Albuquerque, the Adobe Gallery will take you through small, intimate rooms filled with some of the best
art the Southwest has to offer. Hand woven Navajo textiles absorb echoes on historic walls that almost talk. As ...
Built in 1966, this government center is shaped like the Zia symbol, and is known as the Round House. The
four story building houses government offices and the state House and Senate chambers. From the ground floor, you can ...
This pueblo revival style building has been hosting New Mexico's fine art since 1917. Inside you will find a number
of permanent, as well as traveling, exhibitions. There are over 20,000 works of art on display, and much of ...
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