SKY CITY CULTURAL CENTER

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Past Exhibits

 at the Haak'u Museum

 

To Feel the Earth, Moccasins in the Southwest Stephanie Riley Oct 27, 2015 October 17, 2015 - September 4, 2016   This exhibit examines the art of moccasin-making among the Southwest Native Tribes. To Feel the Earth features the moccasins' cultural significance as both a necessity and an iconic symbol of heritage and tradition.   This exhibit was developed and is circulated by...[more]
Enter the Rain - The Power of Art Emerson Vallo Jul 23, 2015 June 7, 2014 - August 9, 2015   Maurus Chino and Gary Keene have joined forces to diplay their works of creativity and inspiration. Experience Enter the Rain the Power of Art and take a journey of mystical possibilities. Acoma is a place prepared andthe harmony of living things exists...[more]
Laguage of Honor, Tribute to Acoma Code Talker Paul Histia Sr. Stephanie Riley Jul 23, 2015 August 15, 2014 - August 9, 2015 On November 20, 2013 world War II Pueblo of Acoma Code Talker Paul Histia St. was recognized with the highest honor the United States can bestow; a Congressional Gold Medal. Mr. Histia was one of among 216 Native American Code Talkers honored at...[more]
TT Hagaman Southwest Collection Emerson Vallo May 8, 2014 Mount Taylor Shadows - The TT Hagaman Southwest Collection May 8, 2013 Through May 4, 2014 Sky City Cultural Center & Haak'u Museum We invite you to join us on an unforgettable journey to an earlier time and place.Discover a wealth of rare maps and lithographs, historic newspapers, drawings, sculpture,...[more]
Haakume Dyunni - The Painted Pottery of Acoma Pueblo Emerson Vallo May 8, 2014     August 31, 2013 - September 2, 2015    [more]
Restoration of San Esteban del Rey Mission Jim Ahrend May 9, 2013 Through November 30, 2010 Haak'u Museum   This exhibit explores the history and restoration of the San Esteban del Rey Mission (1629-1640)   HISTORY: Construction of the San Esteban del Rey Mission and Convento began in 1629 and continued through completion in 1640. The 21,000 square foot adobe mission complex...[more]
Acoma Ollas - Form, Function & Beauty Jim Ahrend May 9, 2013 Through April 16, 2011 Acoma Cultural Center (15 minutes south of Interstate 40 Exit 102 • Acoma, NM 87034)   This exhibit celebrates ollas’ functionality and transition to a fine art form. Come and witness the evolution of functional clay storage jars into stunning pieces of art coveted by collectors...[more]
Acoma Artists: Contemporary Art Jim Ahrend May 9, 2013 Through March 04, 2012 Haaku Museum   Beloved People and Beloved Land - Artists of Acoma Pueblo have emerged as accomplished masters in two and three dimensional art forms. As the sculptors, painters and jewelers communicate through objects and images using skills honed through generations of dedication and practice, their...[more]
Ghost Ranch and the Faraway Nearby Jim Ahrend May 9, 2013 Through July 31, 2011 Haak'u Museum   Renowned photographer, Craig Varjabedian, demonstrates his mastery of light and lens in 40 black and white photographs depicting northern New Mexico landscapes which awe and inspire.  [more]
My Camera in New Mexico: Photographs by Craig Varjabedian & Friends Jim Ahrend May 9, 2013 Through April 29, 2012 Haaku Museum   The exhibit celebrates photography throughout New Mexico. Craig and his friends capture the grandeur of New Mexico's sky, land and people. We invite you to view and enjoy these remarkable images.  [more]
Lee Marmon - "The Acoma Collection" Jim Ahrend May 9, 2013 Through April 30, 2013 Albuquerque Photographers' Gallery   Lee Marmon:"The Acoma Collection" Art Reception/Show on March 1, in Albuquerque, NM   Albuquerque, NM...Lee Marmon, internationally-renowned Laguna Pueblo photographer presents "The Acoma Collection" a series of 21 black/white award-winning images through Albuquerque Photographers Gallery (Albuquerque's only photographic gallery) at a reception...[more]
SEEDS OF CHANGE - 500 Years of Encounter & Exchange Jim Ahrend May 8, 2013 Through November 07, 2013 Sky City Cultural Center & Haak'u Museum   Seeds of Change is a traveling exhibit developed by the National Museum of Natural History at the Smithsonian Institution.   You are invited to participate in this unique learning experience that could change your perspective of the world...[more]

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