Two of William Horton’s Chaco Canyon panoramas help support the Field Museum’s newest exhibition: Native Truths: Our Voices, Our Stories.
Here are the selected panoramas that are being used in the Chaco room:
The photos below show how the panoramas have been mounted above the displays in the Chaco room.
About the exhibition
Native Truths is a permanent exhibition that examines many Native American stories in a series of rotating galleries. One of those galleries explores the sites within Chaco Canyon in New Mexico. And, it is here that Bill’s panoramas serve as backgrounds to a deeper examination of Chaco’s history and importance.
Other galleries in the exhibition explore:
- The resilience of the Chicago Native community
- California basketry traditions passed on across generations
- Music-making through the eyes of a young Lakota hip hop artist
- Meskwaki efforts to revitalize heirloom and ancestral plants
- The Pawnee Earth Lodge
Visiting the exhibition
The Field Museum is at 1400 South DuSable Lake Shore Drive in downtown Chicago, Illinois. It is open 9 to 5 every day. For directions to the museum, go to https://www.fieldmuseum.org/visit/directions-parking.
The Native Truths: Our Voices, Our Stories is on the main level, just inside the main entrance. Here is more information about the exhibit: https://www.fieldmuseum.org/exhibitions/native-truths-our-voices-our-stories.
See more Chaco Canyon photos
Here are more Chaco Canyon photographs by William Horton.
Purchasing our photographs
All of our scenic photographs are available as fine art prints. Use the contact form to the right to get more information. Or, go to our Fine Art Print page to learn about various pricing options.