Navajo-Hopi Nations,Flagstaff & Winslow News
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Photo by Michele Mountain/MNA
The Museum of Northern Arizona's Easton Collection Center was dedicated this past Sunday. Named after donors Elizabeth (Betsy) and Harry Easton, the new 17,283 square foot facility will house the MNA's unparalleled and fragile anthropological, biological, and fine art collection. Its unique design honors and blends natural and man-made materials, embracing the worldviews of the region's Native people.

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FLAGSTAFF, Ariz. - Caring for our collective past grounds us in the present and guides us towards the future. This core idea was the foundation of the Museum of Northern Arizona's yearlong $5 million Easton Collection Center construction project. At a public dedication ceremony on Sunday, June 21 - the summer solstice - the innovation and vision of the new 17,283 square foot building was celebrated.

By Submitted by Michele Mountain, MNA June 23, 2009
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