Here, Now and Always

Across cultures, spring is a season of renewal.

For indigenous cultures throughout the Southwest—the Pueblo Indians, the Apaches, the Diné (Navajo) Nation and others—spring is a time for honoring the cycle of life with ceremonies and traditions that emphasize renewal.

In spring 2019, the Museum of Indian Arts and Culture will celebrate the revitalization of its popular core permanent exhibition Here, Now and Always. In reviving this space of beauty and learning, the museum recommits to its mission and the Native communities it represents. The project renews and strengthens the museum’s tradition of utilizing tribal partnerships. This collaboration will create a twenty-first-century exhibition that illustrates how the past informs the future, and advances the museum as a resource for understanding Native life, art and culture today.

To view the Here, Now and Always video, click here