Trip to Durango
Museum of Indian Arts and Culture
Friday, April 21 and Saturday, April 22Horizons: Weaving Between the Lines with Diné Textiles. The exhibition will open July 16 and will feature more than 30 historical Diné (Navajo) weavings from the museum's collection along with contemporary textiles, prints and photography. The exhibition's co-curators, Dr. Hadley Jensen and Rapheal Begay (Diné), will be our tour guides. Itinerary includes:You are invited to join us for a special guided trip to Durango, Colorado, inspired by the Museum of Indian Arts and Culture's (MIAC) upcoming exhibition,
- A private tour of the collection at the Center for Southwest Studies, renowned for their Southwestern textile collection.
- A private reception at Toh-Atin Gallery, hosted by owner and Navajo weaving expert Jackson Clark. The event will include a talk and weaving demonstration by Diné artists.
- A private catered lunch in Chama, NM.
- A private tour of Tierra Wools in Chama, NM., including a Rio Grande style weaving and natural dyeing demonstration.
- Discounted accommodations at the historic General Palmer Hotel.
- Circles Explorers Member Rate: $279/person (Contact email@example.com questions or to R.S.V.P).
- General Rate: $350/person (Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for questions or to R.S.V.P).
Space is limited. Proceeds will be donated to support the Horizons exhibition at MIAC. The deadline to R.S.V.P. for this trip is March 1, 2023.
This article and image are from The Museum of New Mexico Foundation’s E-News 2023.