The latest exhibit is opening up at the Museum of Indian Arts & Culture. It will be highlighting the significance and sprawling history of Indigenous people in New Mexico.
Lillia McEnaney and Tony Chavarria co-curators of the museum say that the exhibit will show the story of the Native people living in the southwest. The first version of this exhibit opened in 1997. Now individuals will be able to get a chance to view it starting July 2 and 3. Attendees can expect to experience a variety of areas that highlight ancestors, connections, and more.
Public Opening Information:
- July 2-3
- The public can view the exhibit for free
- Live entertainment of music, dance, and speakers will be provided
- Refreshments will be available