Harwood Museum of Art of the University of New Mexico, close to the historic Taos Plaza, collects, preserves, exhibits, and interprets the arts, especially those created in, inspired by, or relevant to northern New Mexico. The Harwood actively contributes to and participates in the cultural and civic life of northern New Mexico. The Harwood Museum of Art brings Taos arts to the world and world arts to Taos.
The Harwood’s Museum Store carries an eclectic collection of unique gifts ranging from items related to the Harwood’s collection to pieces created by the finest craftspeople of New Mexico. You will find a superb selection of contemporary fine art and out of print books, unique jewelry, ceramics, retablos, lithographs and fine art posters.
One of the Harwood Museum of Art’s main goals is to introduce and to make accessible the collection, special exhibitions and programs to our entire community, young and old. They have also established a series of innovative, free, regular art programs for children and families, and have provided outreach into our local schools.
Visit HarwoodMuseum.org for information on current exhibits.
NOTE: The Harwood will be closed from January 29 through February 23 rotating nearly every gallery in the entire museum to prepare for the opening day of Pulitzer Prize winner and MacArthur Fellow Raven Chacon’s first solo exhibition in Taos!