Thursday, July 14, 2005

ReOpening of IAIA Museum Store - July 15, 4 to 7 pm

More news from the New Mexico Culture Network.
Following nearly one year of modernizations and upgrades, the IAIA Museum Store is ready to join downtown Santa Fe’s vibrant art scene in its new, expanded role as both a Museum Store and art gallery.

Located at 118 Cathedral Place, just a block removed from the historic Plaza that serves as Santa Fe’s favored destination for tourists and major art events such as the Santa Fe Indian Market, the IAIA Museum Store is downtown Santa Fe’s premier showcase for contemporary American Indian art.

To commemorate its reopening, the IAIA Museum Store is featuring work by two well-known artists: Peterson Yazzie (paintings) and Amelia Joe-Chandler (jewelry). There will also be a selection of recent Navajo Weavings.

For more details, contact the IAIA Museum Store at 505-983-8900.

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