Whether you couldn't make the presentation or you really want to go back and hear it again, these recent lectures on Native American Arts & Culture are available for download in MP3 format.
Travels With my Aunt »
"Travels With my Aunt" tells of a unique collection of objects acquired by Sue Bacharach (1902-1999), a woman whose love of travel was exceeded only by her discerning eye for collectibles.
LOCATION The Museum of Indian Arts and Culture/Laboratory of Anthropology is located on Museum HillTM at 710-708 Camino Lejo, off Old Santa Fe Trail. | get directions »
Regular hours: Tuesday - Sunday 10 - 5
Summer Hours (Memorial Day - Labor Day): Monday-Sunday 10-5 | more info »
$6/New Mexico residents (Sundays free for NM residents)
Museum members and children 16 and under are always free
Museum passes and discounts are available | more info »
Free docent tours are offered regularly for museum visitors.
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This introductory video features members of the museum's Indian Advisory Panel discussing the role of Native people in the operations of the Museum of Indian Arts & Culture. watch now »