Noted architect John Gaw Meem melded Pueblo and Art Deco architecture to create the iconic building.
FAC collections include 4,000 cultural artifacts and a permanent collection of more than 20,000 pieces of art.
Famed native American artist brings a futuristic world with deep roots in New Mexico’s past
25+ lithographs, etchings, aquatints, screen prints, and woodcuts
Humor & satire examine myths, stereotypes and paradoxical Indian life in America
Works offer new ways of understanding Haitian art
Objects capture a glimpse of the artist's family life in late-19th and early 20th centuries
32 ensembles explore the boundary between fashion and art with various materials
Works that reflect ideas from Diné (Navajo) ways of knowing the world
Works by BAA instructors, students, and influencers from the early years
51 large drawings encapsulate reactions to human strife and suffering
Leterpress posters explore the different ways that hand-printed works can be a means of public expression
Recent billboard projects and sculpture address the commodification of indigenous culture
Works created by visual artists over the course of 100 years
51 large drawings encapsulate the artist's reactions to a world he saw as essentially tragic