The first of its kind in the country, this museum honors the work of female Native American artists from across North America. It's named for Pablita Velarde, who was born in nearby Santa Clara Pueblo in 1916 and was the first female student at the Santa Fe Indian School, under artist Dorothy Dunn. Velarde went on to become the first native woman to paint as a career. Exhibits here include paintings, ceramics, sculpture, weaving, and jewelry, as well as music, dance, film, and writing. The collection features a recreation of Velarde's studio, including the little TV she liked to watch soap operas on while she worked.