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Up, Up & Away!

October in New Mexico is Balloon Season. Visitors from around the world flock to our beautiful state for the Balloon Fiesta. But they also enjoy the perfect fall ...

Early 19th Century Zuni Water Pots

A true treasure in our museum collection at the Gallup Cultural Center is our 19th Century Zuni Water Pots. Watch this video and see Cultural Director James ...

Lavender: Nature's Remedy

Few natural herbs are more popular than lavender, which Native Americans have been using for centuries for its medicinal purposes. Good for insomnia ...

Native American Design

This fascinating video explains how color, balance and symmetry are all important elements in Native American design. Interestingly, much of this comes from ...

Artist Mentor Program

The Southwest Indian Foundation and the Gallup Culture Center's Artist Mentor Program is a true example of passing wisdom down generation by generation.

The Key to Life is Education

Education is the key to life. See how we support Native American missions schools with capital improvements, scholarships, program grants and more. All done ...

A New Tricycle: The Joy of Giving

Hear the heartwarming story of a group of teenage boys on a volunteer project and the wonderful gift they made to a Navajo child. It is in giving that we receive.

Water is Life

Water is essential. Water is life. Access to water is one of the greatest challenges to the Navajo Nation and the American Southwest. This video, and others from ...

How Off The Grid Navajo Residents Are Getting Running Water

Lack of access to running water is an issue in many developing countries, but it is also a problem in the United States. Nearly 40 percent of the homes in the ...

The Navajo Water Lady

In this corner of the Navajo Nation, just 100 miles west of Albuquerque, N.M., an estimated 40 percent of residents don't have access to running water.

Healing Hands Work Therapy Program

The successful Healing Hands Work Therapy Program gives Native Americans trying to get back on their feet employment and responsibility. Beautiful Native ...

Native American Folk Art Wood Carving

Harry and Isabelle Benally are Native American folk artists specializing in wood carvings from local Aspen trees. Why is each carving done with closed eyes?
 
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