The restoration of the James Turrell Argosy Trailer he used in the early days of the Roden Crater planning is underway!
The Opening Day festivities for the Hubbell-Joe Rug and Licher Collection of Historic Navajo Weavings was a success--thanks to our guests!
The Hubbell-Joe Rug Opening is coming soon! Please join us on September 2nd from 9 am - 5 pm, with an informative program at 1 pm!
Descendants of Julia Joe, the weaver who created the Hubbell Joe Rug with her daughters and the Red House clan, preview the new exhibit.
A field trip to Ganado Arizona and the National Historic Site of the Hubbell Trading Post confirmed an interesting discovery!
Moving the Hubbell-Joe Rug into its new permanent exhibit was no easy feat, but that means we are closer to opening day! September 2nd!
The 1930 Mary Colter depot where Affeldt Mion Museum calls home is to be appreciated as much as the collection it houses.
The World’s Largest Single-Loom Navajo Rug, the Hubbell-Joe Rug, will soon be on permanent exhibit at Affeldt Mion Museum.
Snowdrift, a Winslow Art Space, hosted art instructor Jessica Lewis as she guided a group through a workshop in a truly inspiring WSA space.
It took years of planning to create an exhibit plan for Hubbell-Joe rug. This is how artist John Suttman took the ideas and made it happen.