1st Annual Navajo Nation Museum Outdoor Market & Blue Bird Food Festival
September 17th & 18th, 2010, Window Rock, AZ. Only 100 Artists to be invited. Free to Public to include Family Entertainment for 2 days. Inquires to Clarenda Begay, Museum Curator at email@example.com or at (928) 810-8540. Download Application
Navajo Photographers - Through The Lens Exhibit
AUGUST 5, 2009 - Jury selected work(s) are due to the Navajo Nation Museum before or on August 5, 2009. The photograph (s) are to be ready to hang for the exhibition. The images is/are to be enlarged to 11" x 14" and single off-white mat inside an 16" x 20" BLACK metal or wood frame. For further clarification contact Clarenda Begay at (928) 810-8540 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
FIRST JURIED PHOTOGRAPAHY INVITATIONAL FOR NAVAJO PHOTOGRAPHERS
UPCOMING EXHIBITION The Navajo Nation Museum To Present
FIRST JURIED PHOTOGRAPAHY INVITATIONAL FOR NAVAJO PHOTOGRAPHERS August 28, 2009 – March 27, 2010
Through the Lens: Photography by Diné
The camera is now in the hands of the people who have been photographed for centuries by outsiders. Through the lens examines the broad perspective of Diné way of life to current contemporary Navajo daily life.
An exhibition catalogue with selected photographers and perspectives may be printed if funds are available.
For further information contact Clarenda Begay, Collections & Exhibitions Curator Office tel: (928) 810-8540
Toadlena / Two Grey Hills Textiles Exhibition - May 14, 2009
UPCOMING EXHIBITION The Navajo Nation Museum To Present Toadlena / Two Grey Hills Textiles Exhibition – Gallery One To open May 14, 2009 thru January 23, 2010 Interwoven with the Celebration for the 100th Anniversary of Toadlena Trading Post on June 20, 2009, at Toadlena Trading Post. For further information contact Clarenda Beagy, Collections & Exhibition Curator (928) 871-7941
Shoe Game Tournament
Come and enjoy the Navajo Nation Museum Shoe Game Tournament on December 31, 2008 (New Year's Eve) from 6pm to 12am. There will be Navajo String Games, Coyote Stories Video, Food Concession, with KTNN Live broadcasting Countdown to 2009.
Prizes include: 1st prize (5 loads of wood) 2nd prize (10 bales of hay) Door Prizes Every Hour
(Limited to only 8 teams) Entry fee $50
Please contact Char Kruger @ 928.810.8536 or email@example.com for more information...
New exhibit opened!!!
A new exhibit, Hozhoogo Iina: A Beautiful Life, opened on August 28, 2008 which featured Eli Secody Dine - Award Winning Singer & Song Writer
Hozhoogo Iina: A Beautiful Life, an exhibit presented by the Navajo Nation Museum, describes some of the knowledge basic to the Navajo culture pertaining to the four stages of the Navajo way of life which includes the cornfield as a sacred place and the ceremonial basket as a symbol of growth, prosperity, and great knowledge. The Navajo philosophy is complex, and it includes rules to maintain harmony and balance for the mental, physical, and spiritual health of the Dine, (The People).