Have you had your eye on something special in the Museum Shops? Now is your chance to save! Our Spring Member Sale is happening May 10-12 at all five of our museum shops and online at Members save 20% and Circles Members save 25% on any item (excluding previously marked down items).

This spring, we've added some new makers to our selection. Head up to the Colleen Cloney Duncan Shop at the Museum of Indian Arts and Culture to shop Ginew's line of heirloom quality goods and clothing. Ginew is the first Native American-owned denim collection founded by Amanda Bruegl (Oneida, Stockbridge-Munsee) and Erik Brodt (Ojibwe). Ginew incorporates family symbols and teachings into the garments as well as focusing on made-in-USA construction with high quality materials. Their pieces are made in collaboration with other Native American artists and makers to create a collection to be worn by all.

Ginew's Western Corduroy Shirt is available at the Museum of Indian Arts & Culture Shop

At the Lynn Godfrey Brown Shop at the Museum of International Folk Art, find bright and colorful vases created by chef Yotam Ottolenghi in collaboration with artist Ivo Bisignano. These Sicily vases are based on an ancient legend but have been given a modern twist. The Sicily collection consists of 4 vases with a very particular design, all different from each other and decorated by hand. Sicily encompasses the colors of the Ottolenghi style and table decor of the artist Bisignano.

Chef Yotam Ottolenghi's Sicily vases are a beautiful story of heritage and food.

At the George Duncan and Sheryl Kelsey Shop at the Vladem Contemporary, find statement worthy functional ceramics from Jessica Wertz. A native of Hillsboro, NM, Jessica began making pottery as a vehicle of connection. Each of her pieces can easily fit into your daily rituals to build connection to food, home, and our past. Her work is beautifully crafted by hand and is made to last.

Jessica Wertz creates functional ceramics designed to amplify your daily rituals.