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Have you ever wondered what was behind the beautiful adobe walls of the Amelia White compound on Garcia Street or speculated about the contents of the 10,000 square foot vaults that lies within that compound?
The School for Advanced Research is home to a collection of Native American art that rivals any museum in the world and yet remains one of Santa Fe's "best kept secrets". The Indian Arts Research Center (IARC) is a division of SAR and their collection of Native American pottery, textiles, baskets, jewelry, paintings and carved figures has grown to over 12,000 items and is considered by many to be one of the most remarkable assemblages of Southwestern Native art in the world. Yet many collectors have never heard of, let alone seen, the amazing treasure trove that lies in wait behind the simple adobe walls in Santa Fe.
Whitehawk Antique Shows in conjuction with SAR/IARC is offering an exclusive opportunity to see and experience this beautiful vaulted collection in August during the 37th Annual Antique Indian Art Show. In July we will be emailing information about the tour and sign-up. So, be sure you are on our email list by filling out the form at the bottom of the page.
Tickets for all events are available at the door - Cash or Check Only
All shows will be held at the new
Located at the corner of Grant and Marcy
Marcia Berridge, Show Producer
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