Sightworks collaborates with Native American communities, providing assistance in grant writing, project development, curation, design and fabrication for tribal museums, visitor centers and exhibits.

We work closely with each community to assure that their vision and voice are powerfully expressed. We are accustomed to working with tribal councils and advisors and encourage the participation of community members and artisans.


Schematic design for an exhibit about vision quests and the ties between humans and animals. Visitors explore a “grove” to discover hidden scenes, images and messages within the trees.

A history of Isleta Pueblo told from the community’s own perspective. Sightworks worked with tribal elders for two years to research and write exhibit text, find and edit photographs and locate artifacts to tell the stories.

 A History of Isleta Pueblo.

 A History of Isleta Pueblo.


San Ildefonso Pottery 1600-1930: Voices of the Clay.

 Lifeways of the Southern Athabaskans.

 Lifeways.

Nationally traveling exhibit promoting Zuni Pueblo arts (above left); Zia & Jemez Pueblo museums (center); Jemez tourist stop and tribal store (right).
Nationally traveling exhibit promoting Zuni Pueblo arts (above left); Zia & Jemez Pueblo Visitor Centers (center); Jemez Pueblo tourist stop and tribal store (right).