AFFELDT MION MUSEUM
Located in the 1930 depot at La Posada Hotel, the Affeldt Mion Museum (AMM) celebrates the many artists that contributed to the rich cultural heritage of Winslow Arizona, from Navajo and Hopi, to Fred Harvey and Mary E.J. Colter, to the modern collective of artists who came to Winslow thanks to the restoration of La Posada Hotel.
Inside the museum, you’ll find La Posada, Fred Harvey, and Mary Colter history, as well our key exhibit, the Hubbell-Joe Rug, the largest known hand-carded, hand-spun Navajo Rug, created for the Hubbell Trading post in 1932 and returned to Winslow thanks to Allan Affeldt and Tina Mion. In the contemporary gallery, you’ll find the Licher Collection of Historic Navajo Weavings.
Outside the museum, AMM will explore the nearby historic buildings-turned-studios from artists encouraged by what they saw happening at La Posada.
The goal of AMM is to recognize and honor what art and architecture can do for a community.