In 2010, La Posada owner Allan Affeldt purchased and donated the Lorenzo Hubble Rug to WAT. This rug was woven by Navajo weaver Julia Joe and her family in 1932. At 26-by-36 feet, it is the largest single… Read More
WAT works with local organizations such as the Old Trails Museum and the Winslow Harvey Girls to develop and present local and regional history programs to the public.
WAT is currently creating an exhibition space in La Posada’s historic railroad depot that will highlight contemporary art influenced by the Winslow area/Historic Route 66 corridor.
WAT provides both residents and tourists with talks, exhibits, and special events that highlight regional history, culture, and the artists that work along Historic Route 66.
Día de los Muertos Celebration at Snowdrift Art Space.