Here, Now, and Always

July 2, 2022 – July 9, 2026 @ 12:00 am – After 25 years, now fully renewed and reimagined, Here, Now and Always showcases never-before seen items, state of the art technology, and the next generation’s perspectives, illustrating the ways in which the past informs the future, and further positioning MIAC as a world-renowned resource for understanding Native lives, arts, and cultures today. Information at Museum of […]

Creative Splendor: Japanese Bamboo Baskets from the Thoma Collection

July 15, 2022 – January 2, 2024 @ 12:00 am – A series of three installations of approximately fifteen baskets each that will survey the outstanding accomplishments of Japanese basket makers active since the nineteenth century to the present day from three regions of Japan. Information at San Antonio Museum of Art

Mary Jackson Modern and Contemporary Gallery

October 17, 2022 – December 31, 2025 @ 12:00 am – Works in this gallery were created over the past forty years by artists who are native to the area, who have worked here, or who have created objects that reflect the complex story of the region. The works are grouped to reflect several themes including the southern landscape, the human figure, abstraction, and the legacy […]

Conversing With The Land: Native North American Baskets of the Maxwell Museum Collection

November 11, 2022 – January 31, 2024 @ All Day – Co-curated by Curator of Exhibitions Devorah Romanek, Curator of Ethnology Lea McChesney, and artist Cael Chappell, the exhibit features more than 170 baskets made by Indigenous artists from across North America between 1000+ years ago and 2021. The museum is  profoundly grateful to the many basket makers and cultural knowledge holders who shared their insights […]

We Were Basket Makers Before We Were Pueblo People: Pueblo Baskets in Context

November 11, 2022 – January 31, 2024 @ All Day – This exhibition features nine Pueblo baskets and the words of Pueblo artists and knowledge holders Christopher Lewis (Zuni), Louie Garcia (Tiwa/Piro), Paul Tosa (Jemez), Madeline Tosa (Jemez Pueblo), Jilli Oyenque (Ohkay Owingeh), and Brian Vallo (Acoma), facilitated by anthropologist and guest-curator Dr. Bruce Bernstein. Information at Maxwell Museum of Anthropology

Nantucket Lightship Baskets

May 24, 2023 – October 9, 2023 @ 12:00 am – This exhibit traces the development of Nantucket lightship baskets from their 19th-century origins to the diverse traditional and experimental forms being created by the island’s weavers today. Information at Nantucket Lightship Basket Museum

Sharing Honors and Burdens: Renwick Invitational 2023

May 26, 2023 – March 31, 2024 @ 12:00 am – Sharing Honors and Burdens: Renwick Invitational 2023 features artists Joe Feddersen (Arrow Lakes/Okanagan), Lily Hope (Tlingit), Ursala Hudson (Tlingit), Erica Lord (Athabaskan/Iñupiat), Geo Neptune (Passamaquoddy), and Maggie Thompson (Fond du Lac Ojibwe). Together, these artists present a fresh and nuanced vision of Native American art. The artists were selected for their work that expresses the […]

Art Evolved – Intertwined

June 30, 2023 – October 21, 2023 @ All Day – Artists were invited to participate in this conversation between media to illustrate the continuum between beauty and functionality. This traveling exhibit features member artists from SAQA (Studio Art Quilt Associates) and the National Basketry organization. Information at Yellowstone Art Museum

Bok Abaiya – Practiced Hands and the Arts Of Choctaw Basketry

July 22, 2023 – March 30, 2024 @ All Day – On exhibit – the work of generations of Choctaw basket weavers is displayed alongside contemporary Choctaw art. Come view the exhibit to learn more about the importance of rivercane to Choctaw basket weavers and how modern Choctaw artists are incorporating ancestral basket patterns within their work. Information at Choctaw Cultural Center

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