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Indoor Spaces Available for Rent

Laboratory of Anthropology Conference Room
Our smallest space, the Laboratory of Anthropology Conference Room, comfortably seats 12 people in a formal/historic setting with a large conference table. The Conference Room is located in the John Gaw Meem designed Laboratory of Anthropology building with windows opening onto the Milner Plaza. A perfect retreat or get-away space for board retreats or presentations, the room includes a wall-mounted white board and can be made to accomodate slide or projected presentations.
Resource Room
Located on the second floor of the Museum of Indian Arts & Culture, the Resource Room is a multifunctional room that can comfortably accommodate a group of sixteen individuals seated around a central table. Additional space can be used for your refreshments or other displays.
Classroom
The classroom, located on the first floor of the Museum of Indian Arts & Culture, is a large space appropriate for many uses. The classroom is an ideal space for small to medium-sized conferences, workshops or meetings when running water or capabilities for multimedia or slide projection is needed. The classroom includes a sink and large countertop and has easy access to the museum's kitchen. The room can accomodate 80 people standing or 60 people seated.
Museum of Indian Arts & Culture Kathryn O'Keeffe Theater
The Museum's recently-refurbished Kathryn O'Keeffe theater includes seating capacity for up to 100 individuals. The theater includes a state-of-the-art digital projection system, multiple slide projectors, and a top-of-the-line audio system. It's small stage is perfect for lectures, panel discussions, or other types of presentations, and it's intimate size makes everyone in the audience feel a part of the presentation. The theater has direct access to the museum's outdoor sculpture garden.
The Meem Auditorium
The historic Meem Auditorium is the perfect location for large events, receptions, or ceremonies with a uniquely Southwestern flair. Built in 1929 in the Pueblo revival style, the auditorium's standing capacity is 210 people. The auditorium can hold up to 132 individuals seated in rows or 60 to 80 with tables depending on type and arrangement. The auditorium is located on the Milner Plaza with direct access to many outdoor areas.