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The Luther E. Bean Museum features a beautiful collection of Native American pottery including pottery by Maria "Marie" Martinez and Acoma and Santo Domingo Pueblos. Visitors can also view Navajo and Rio Grande Valley weavings that includes a weaving by Eppie Archuleta. There are various paintings on display by Stephen Quiller, Woody Crumb, and Bill Moyers; bronzes by Bill Moyers (ASC Alum 1939) and a bronze by Allan Houser.
Other unique collections include; antique furniture, porcelain figurines, Havelin china, santos, retablos, and ivory and sandstone figurines collected from around the world and donated by Mr. and Mrs. Woodard. The museum is also proud to feature a collection of memorabilia of former Colorado Governor and ASU's founder William H. Billy Adams.
Tuesday-Friday, 8 a.m.-4:30 p.m.
Other hours by appointment
Admission is free
Closed major holidays and December 23-January 2