Schedules are subject to change, and new events may be added on short notice.
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SKIP TO SPECIAL EVENTS
S P E C I A L E X H I B I T G A L L E R Y
December 5, 2014 - November 15, 2015
Connection to Land, Space and Time”
This contemporary art exhibit melds ancient Native American traditions to showcase history from a modern point of view at the Anasazi Heritage Center in Dolores. The juried art show features works by students, alumni, faculty and staff from the Institute of American Indian Arts community in Santa Fe, New Mexico.
The theme for the exhibit was inspired by the concept that modern Indigenous peoples’ art is a creative expression that reflects an ingrained connection to their ancestors and to the land.
The Anasazi Heritage Center (27501 Hwy. 184 in Dolores) is open daily from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., and the ‘Ancestral Homelands Connection to Land, Space and Time’ exhibit is on display through November 2015.
On exhibit in the
"Outdoor Museum on the Ground"
|The Outdoor Museum on the Ground at Lowry Pueblo is a collaborative field day offered by the Crow Canyon Archaeological Center and the Bureau of Land Management’s Canyons of the Ancients National Monument and Anasazi Heritage Center. Now in its second year, the program has reached over 400 participants. Students learn about ancestral Pueblo culture, landscape archaeology and the local environment, as well as the concepts of stewardship and archaeological preservation. The students’ drawings are proudly displayed in the Anasazi Heritage Center’s Lowery Room.|
E V E N T S
PUBLIC TOURS of Museum Collections & Curation Section
Thursdays @ 2 p.m., May 1 through October 31
The Anasazi Heritage Center is a designated Federal Repository for archaeological materials with a research collection of over 3.5 million items.
Tour space is limited—call (970) 882-5600 to reserve a place.
Adults and older children only, please.
Museum admission is FREE all day on lecture days!
Please come back for the 2015 Lecture Series Announcement!
Call the Anasazi Heritage Center at (970) 882-5600 for latest information.