The current exhibitions that can be seen at the Lowell. D. Holmes Museum of Anthropology are:

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The Holmes Museum  is open to the public from: Monday -Friday 1:00 pm to 5:00 pm (Closed Saturday and Sunday.)

The Museum is closed in June, July and August. Groups tours are welcome with a two week notice.

The museum is free to the public, donations are accepted.

     

Southwest Art: A Story of Tradition and Change

This exhibit concentrates on the artistic revival and changes among various Pueblos and the Navajo from prehistory to modern times.  The exhibition focuses on the pottery, jewelry, and textiles of the American Southwest. It features the Morgan Collection of Pueblo Pottery, which can be viewed on our website under virtual exhibitions, and the Mullen Collection of Southwest Jewelry. The Morgan collection contains fine examples of pottery made by many of the best known Southwest potters. The exhibition also includes a nice selection of Navajo rugs and Hopi textiles.

 

 

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