Museum of Contemporary Native Arts

current exhibitions

MoCNA Store and Lloyd Kiva New Gallery

The MoCNA Museum Store offers an extraordinary collection of both contemporary and traditional jewelry, basketry, pottery, paintings and prints created by well-known Native American artists. Santa Fe’s most expansive assortment of books on Native American arts and crafts, tribal history, biographies and literature can also be found in the MoCNA store. In addition, there is an extensive selection of DVDs and CDs.

This summer, the MoCNA Store has exciting news to share. We are presenting the art work of Barry Ace (Anishinaabe—Odawa) from Ontario, Canada. Barry’s art work for sale in the MoCNA Store includes wearable pieces that are constructed from traditional materials (such as: porcupine quills, velvet and horse hair) and modern electronic components. Barry’s intention is to create a “deliberate tension to disrupt preconceived notions about Native Americans.” His pieces are colorful, unusual and well-made. We have pendants, barrettes, earrings and a messenger bag for sale. There is nothing like Barry’s art work anywhere else in Santa Fe. These pieces are so extraordinary that they are bound to sell out quickly.

In addition, the full spectrum of Courtney M. Leonard’s art work will be featured in the Lloyd Kiva New Gallery during Indian Market. In an exhibition called LEVEL/LAND, Courtney (Shinnecock Nation) presents works that question our relationship to cultural landscape and sustainable continuity. The MoCNA Store will feature Courtney’s gorgeous porcelain bowls and mugs, her mixed-media paintings, and her ceramic jewelry. All of Courtney’s many fans are bound to be both awed and satisfied by the sensational array of her work that will be for sale.

Museum Store Hours
Monday – Saturday: 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Sunday: noon to 5 p.m.
Closed on Tuesdays
Closed on New Year’s day, Easter Sunday, Thanksgiving and Christmas day.

MoCNA Store
108 Cathedral Place
Santa Fe, NM  87501

Phone: 505.983.1666
Fax: 505.983.1222