Museum of Indian Arts and Culture

To walk through the doors of the Museum of Indian Arts and Culture, a division of the New Mexico Department of Cultural Affairs, is to walk into the diverse worlds, sacred spaces and distinctive communities of the Pueblo, Navajo (Diné) and Apache cultures of the Southwest.

The museum invites visitors to tap into the story, spirit and sprawling cultural landscapes of the region’s Native peoples, past and present. Exhibitions highlight Native scholarship, oral histories, song and displays of select objects from the most comprehensive archaeological collections in the United States. The museum’s close work with Native communities ensures that the visitor experience is authentic, culturally sensitive and inspired by the beauty and power of Native art, language, ritual and other cherished expressions of daily life.

To learn more about the annual Native Treasures Art Market, click here

To learn how to support exhibitions at this museum, click here.
To learn how to support education programs click here.
To visit the museum’s website, click here

Museum Events

Mar
31
2023
Earth, Wind, Fire, Water: Pueblo Pottery and the Environment - Dr. Matthew Martinez, (Ohkay Owingeh); Jason Garcia (Santa Clara) and Dr. Christina M. Castro (Jemez)
Apr
12
2023
Every Third Wednesday of the Month
Apr
14
2023
Conversation and Pottery Making: An Afternoon with Clarence Cruz and Samuel Villarreal Catanach
Apr
21
2023
Untold Pueblo Stories: Hidden Histories and the Pueblo Diaspora
May
17
2023
Every Third Wednesday of the Month