|Class on southwest literature. The southwest literature instructor is very well versed in the authors with whom you should become acquainted. You'll explore examples of writings by Native American, Hispanic, and Anglo authors, as well as some from other cultures.|
Depart at 10:30 for Museum Hill, where you'll visit the Museum of Indian Arts and Culture and the Museum of International Folk Art.
The Museum of Indian Arts and Culture is one of the State of New Mexico museums, and features pottery, jewelry, sculpture, baskets, and other objects made by Native Americans from all over the United States. Most of the work is from the Southwest. It's a beautiful museum on Museum Hill, and we think you'll enjoy going there for a self-guided tour. We don't usually utilize the docents, as most people in groups seem to prefer looking around at their own pace. There is a brochure available that explains all of the exhibits.