AMERICAN INDIAN ART and CULTURE

Phone: (928) 445-1230 

The Smoki Museum Team

The heart and soul of the Smoki Museum lies in our dedicated volunteers, all dedicated people, who conduct our tours and convey the history of Prescott's finest to visitors from all over the world. If you have a question during your visit, please don't hesitate to ask.
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The Smoki Museum - Prescott, AZ

The Mission of the Smoki Museum is to instill an understanding and respect for indigenous cultures of the Southwest.

The Smoki Museum - Prescott, AZ

Designed to resemble an Indian pueblo, the museum was built in 1935 and constructed with labor by the Civilian Works Administration and the Smoki People.

The Smoki Museum - Prescott, AZ

15th Annual Indian Art & Navajo Rug Auction PREVIEW

The Smoki Museum - Prescott, AZ

The Smoki Museum has the Pueblo, a space for rent for special events and occasions.

The Smoki Museum - Prescott, AZ

The Smoki Museum features exhibits of well-known artists.

The Smoki Museum - Prescott, AZ

The Smoki Museum features exhibits of well-known artists.

The Smoki Museum - Prescott, AZ

Kate Thompson Cory paintings are among the historical and artistic treasures in the Permanent Collection.

The Smoki Museum - Prescott, AZ

Kate Thompson Cory paintings are among the historical and artistic treasures in the Permanent Collection.

The Smoki Museum - Prescott, AZ

There are many historical and artistic treasures in the Permanent Collection.

The Smoki Museum - Prescott, AZ

There are many historical and artistic treasures in the Permanent Collection.

The Smoki Museum - Prescott, AZ

Baskets are among the many historical and artistic treasures in the Permanent Collection.

The Smoki Museum - Prescott, AZ

Each year the Museum holds auctions in Spring and Summer, featuring Indian Art such as rugs, pottery, jewelry, baskets, katsina dolls, and paintings.

The Smoki Museum - Prescott, AZ

“The Trading Post” and offers an opportunity to enjoy an intimate shop showing original Native American artwork and crafts.

The Smoki Museum - Prescott, AZ

“The Trading Post” and offers an opportunity to enjoy an intimate shop showing original Native American artwork and crafts.

    

 

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  A Message from the Executive Director

With an attendance of 7,000 visitors a year and a collection of thousands of items, it takes a hard working crew to keep the  Smoki Museum running smoothly!

Whether it's about booking a tour or making an artifact donation, please free to contact any of our staff with inquiries regarding the Museum's services or events.

Cindy Gresser - Executive Director
Smoki Museum, Inc.
director@smokimuseum.org
(928) 445-1230, ext. 6211 - (928) 925-2846 cell
Our Mission
The Mission of the Smoki Museum is to instill understanding and respect
for the indigenous cultures of the Southwest.

BOARD OF TRUSTEES
Jim Christopher, President
Kent Robinson, Treasurer
Linda Young, Secretary
Ray Carlson
Sue Favour
Filmer Kewanyama
NATIVE AMERICAN  ADVISORY COUNCIL
Tony Eriacho, Zuni
Leigh Kumanwisiwma, Hopi
Scot Kwiatkowski, Yavapai-Prescott Indian Tribe
Ramson Lomatewama, Hopi
Toney Largo, Dine
 

PAID STAFF:
Cindy Gresser - Executive Director - director@smokimuseum.org
Betty Winn - Marketing Coordinator -
marketing@smokimuseum.org
Linda Wolgamott - Accountant

 VOLUNTEER STAFF:  
Ginger Johnson, Librarian
Carol Semplice, Gift Shop Manager
Wally Warren, Facilities Consultant
Andy Christenson, Curator
AARP STAFF:
Joan Gilcrease, Admin. Assistant
Dennis Day, Facilities Manager
Bill Schrader, Collections Assistant
ONE OF OUR FAITHFUL VOLUNTEERS, BILL HILL!
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