Support the Museum of Indian Arts and Culture
The Museum of Indian Arts and Culture offers education programs for people of all ages. Lectures, films, hands-on workshops, docent-led museum tours and school tours are among the engaging ways that the museum highlights cultural objects and art in relating the history of the Native peoples of the Southwest.
Each year, students from kindergarten to 12th grade visit the museum to tour exhibitions and participate in interactive learning activities. Museum educators also visit communities throughout New Mexico to collaborate with children and teachers and teach the important lessons and history of the peoples of the Southwest. Museum educators develop school projects and curricula of cultural significance, from presentations on Native ethnobotany to introductions to careers in museum studies.
Your gifts to the Museum of Indian Arts and Culture Education Fund through the Museum of New Mexico Foundation ensure that these dynamic programs and learning opportunities are available to all who visit the museum. You may also opt to give to the Foundation’s Fund for Museum Education. This fund supports education programs at the Museum of Indian Arts and Culture as well as at our three other affiliated state museums in Santa Fe, seven historic sites statewide and the Office of Archaeological Studies. Learn more here.
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