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Arizona State Museum Exhibit on Native Art: Closing Soon


Only through December 5, the Arizona State Museum exhibit Woven Through Time: American Treasures of Native Basketry and Fiber Art is on display Monday – Saturday. Admission is just $5 for adults and free for those 17 years old and younger. November is the perfect time to explore this fascinating exhibit and learn more about the art of Native basket weaving as well as American Indian traditions and history in Tucson.

You’ll find over 35,000 artifacts of fiber art and basketry in this impressive collection. Pieces range from centuries-old prizes to contemporary works of art—all celebrating the American Southwest. Fiber-weaving has a rich and long-standing tradition in the area. Some of the rarer pieces date back over 8,000 years and are indicative of local tribal artistry.

Basket Case

The museum is proud to be home to the largest collection of pottery and basketry in the country. It’s been dubbed an American Treasure by the National Endowment for the Humanities and is scheduled to become a permanent exhibit by the end of the year. However, visitors won’t want to miss out on the stunning display that’s taken the museum by storm since opening on April 8.

Tickets can be purchased online, and it’s where you’ll also find links to other events, exhibits and special holiday hours.


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