Native Goods, the Museum Store
About the Store
Arizona State Museum's nationally acclaimed store, Native Goods, offers authentic, unique, and educational arts and crafts from the interesting to the exquisite. The Native cultures of the US Southwest and northern Mexico that are represented in the museum's collections are similarly represented in the store's inventory. Native Goods offers a wide array of pottery, basketry, jewelry, carvings, and textiles.
Object of the Month
Dog Carving (10” tall)
This cute little dog is painted with amazing detail. Whimsical wood-carved animals and imaginary creatures, known as alebrije, are a folk art tradition in Oaxaca, Mexico. Isaac and Rosario are two of the better known artists. Made of wood from the copal tree, figures are carved, sanded, and painted by hand.
Compound discounts not available on special sales such as Object of the Month.
Location & Hours
Native Goods is located in the museum's north building, first floor.
Monday–Saturday: 10:00 a.m.–5:00 p.m.
Southwest Indian Art and Craft
Pascua Yaqui Pascola Mask
The museum store regularly carries Valenzuela’s masks, as well as a selection of Yaqui masks made by carvers from the Yaqui homeland in northern Sonora. Prices range from $50–$250.
Hand coiled, hand painted traditional Laguna Pueblo pot
As with this pot, the museum store specializes in carrying authentic Native American pottery made with traditional construction methods and designs. Pottery carried by the museum store ranges from $20–$3000.
Hopi Coil Basket (Plaque) with Polik Mana Katsina image.
The museum store carries basketry from many different cultures of the Southwest including Tohono O’odham, Navajo, Hopi, and Seri. Prices range from $30–$2500.
Crazy Rattle Katsina doll
The museum store carries many different katsina dolls, prices range from $150–$1000.
We Also Carry...
cards, posters, DVDs and CDs. In addition, more than 100 book titles are available including a wide selection of anthropology and archaeology books, for both adults and children. Also available are reports on Museum research, as published in the ASM Archaeological Series.
As a part of its commitment to support the native arts of this region the store also sponsors exhibits by contemporary artists. Learn about artists featured in past and current exhibits and view samples of their work in our Native Goods Featured Artists section.
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