Summer 2020-Summer 2021
Four Corners, Many Hands: Historic Navajo Textiles from the Collection of Sam and Brenda Crissman tells the story of Navajo weaving in the 19th and early 20th centuries. Trading posts were centers of cultural exchange between Navajo weavers and Anglo merchants – where dyes, wool, ideas, and finished woven products changed hands. Rare examples from across the Four Corners region will illustrate the legacy that this cross-cultural collaboration created.
Open during Museum Hours | Cultural Crossroads Learning Center