Horizons: Weaving Between the Lines with Diné Textiles


July 16, 2023 through June 2, 2024
Santa Fe, NM - The horizon line is both a point of connection between sky and earth and a separation of space. Horizons: Weaving Between the Lines with Diné Textiles at Museum of Indian Arts & Culture (MIAC) explores the connections between weaving and photography as modes of engagement with place. By situating these two media in conversation, this exhibition presents each as a way of seeing and knowing Dinétah, the Navajo homeland, emphasizing the land-based and relational practices of Diné (Navajo) weaving. Horizons is on view July 16, 2023, through June 2, 2024.

“Down Home” MIAC 2023 Living Treasure Anthony Lovato (Kewa/Santo Domingo Pueblo)


May 7, 2023 through May 3, 2024
Drawing from the MIAC permanent collection and the generosity of private lenders, Down Home brings together decades of Lovato’s work. Selections detailing his trademark corn, horse, and hand motifs are complemented by individual masterpieces evoking family, migration, and cosmology.   Importantly, the exhibition focuses on Lovato’s interpretation of his own work. Visitors will leave not only with a deeper knowledge of jewelry making and tufa casting, but of Lovato as an artist, community member, and storyteller. As a complement to his artistic practice, Lovato is dedicated to working within his community, serving as an advocate for language revitalization, education, and the power of art to facilitate healing.   In addition to showing Lovato’s innovative and always one-of-a-kind pendants, stamped necklaces, bracelets, rings, pins, and sculptural items the exhibition also includes the work of his grandfather, Leo Coriz.      

Here, Now and Always


July 2, 2022 through July 2, 2028
The Museum of Indian Arts and Culture invites you to visit its brand new permanent exhibition, Here, Now and Always, opening July 2 and 3, 2022 on Museum Hill in Santa Fe. Here, Now and Always centers on the voices, perspectives, and narratives of the Indigenous peoples of the American Southwest. This groundbreaking exhibition features more than six hundred objects from the museum’s extraordinary collection of ceramics, jewelry, paintings, fashion, and more. Learn more and plan your visit now at https://indianartsandculture.org