Celebrate the time-honored tradition of Western craftsmanship at the 23rd Annual Trappings of the American West Exhibition & Sale, September 28-December 7, 2014 at the Museum of Northern Arizona (MNA), 3101 N. Fort Valley Road in Flagstaff. The exhibition is presented in partnership with the Dry Creek Arts Fellowship (DCAF). The exhibition and sale features […]
Artist's interpretation of a short-neck plesiosaur from the western margin of the Cretaceous Western Interior Sea, c. Dan Varner.
For more than twenty-five years, English artist Tony Foster has explored Earth’s wilderness regions with his watercolors. He travels slowly and deliberately, often backpacking on foot, creating his paintings onsite and adding finishing touches at his studio in Cornwall, England. Tony Foster―Sacred Places, Watercolour Diaries from the American Southwest is an exhibit focused on the […]
Meet people from all over the world and share your passion about the Colorado Plateau by becoming a volunteer for the Museum of Northern Arizona. Volunteers are needed now. From July through October, Heritage Program volunteers assist with Museum festivals that celebrate the diverse and living cultures of the Colorado Plateau. They serve as gallery […]
Three upcoming programs at the Museum of Northern Arizona delve into the fiber arts of weaving and natural dyes. Introduction to Ripsmatta Weaving Sunday, April 30, 2–4 p.m. Flagstaff weaver, author, and lecturer Joanne Tallarovic takes participants on a weaving journey, sharing the Scandinavian weaving tradition of rep weaving and her 23-year effort to push […]