The permanent collection is comprised of fine art and historical materials that chronicle specific areas of cultural change in the Southwest. Significant examples of historic, regional, modern, and contemporary art include works from the Santa Fe and Taos art colonies, an international print collection dating to the 16th century to the present, a prized collection of Spanish Colonial woodblock prints, and unique examples of hand-crafted furniture and decorative objects.
Learn about how a lithograph is made while exploring examples
Quilted works explore historical, cultural, scientific, and environmental topics relating to the Rio Grande
Works comment on the tactile nature of lived reality
Group of new works, each addressed to specific individuals such as Tonya Harding and others