Architectural Digest names Stewart Indian school Cultural Center and Museum “One of the leading design-forward museums opening this year”

Photo by Larry Burton
Photo by Larry Burton

We are humbled and honored to find that Architectural Digest has included the Stewart Indian School Cultural Center and Museum in their list of museums.

From the article

Originally a school dedicated to Native American education, this museum, which focuses on the art and artifacts of the Great Basin tribes, opened on January 13. Supervised by a cultural advisory committee, the museum depicts the storytelling and craft-making techniques of the Washoe, Paiute, and Western Shoshone tribes. Housed in a stone structure that dates back to 1923, the museum is just one of the 65 stone buildings that comprised the 110-acre campus of the Indian School; the rest of the historic buildings will be renovated over time. Visitors can expect to find contemporary Native American art as well as several rotating annual exhibitions. Admission is free.


A big shout out to everyone involved