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Navajo Rug Sale
Beautiful traditional Navajo weavings will be on display and for sale June 18, 2016, at the Natural History Museum of Utah. This annual event is free to the public.
Come see an incredible display of Navajo Rugs at the Natural History Museum of Utah, presented by Toh-Atin Gallery of Durango, Colorado. Rugs of all sizes and styles are available for purchase in a silent auction format or as a “buy now.” Gallery owners have a long history working with American Indian artisans and will be on hand to evaluate and give restoration advice to local rug owners.
Rug sale is free to the public. Regular admission fees required to enter Museum galleries.
Museum admission: $13/Adults; $11/Seniors 65 and Over and Young Adults 13-24; $9/Children 3-12; Free/Museum Members, University of Utah Students, Facult and Staff with valid ID
INDIVIDUAL DATES & TIMES*
Additional time info:
Jackson Clark will give a short lecture at 1:30 on the history and nature of Navajo weavings in the Community Room the day of the auction.
301 Wakara Way, Salt Lake City, UT 84108