Welcome to the Museum of New Mexico Foundation blog. Here, you'll find news about the Foundation and information on exhibitions and events taking place at the four state museums in Santa Fe, eight historic sites across New Mexico, and the Office of Archaeological Studies.


  • Celebrated Heritage

    Posted on
    New Flooring Collection Welcomes Visitors to Revamped Exhibition The Museum of New Mexico Foundation’s licensing program has the entrance to the Museum of Indian Arts and Culture’s redesigned Here, Now and Always exhibition covered—literally. Thanks to a creative licensing partnership…
  • The Gratitude Report

    Posted on
    Member-Donor Generosity Boosts Foundation During Pandemic Year The Museum of New Mexico Foundation weathered the COVID-19 storm for a second fiscal year, standing strong—and grateful—under an umbrella of member-donor generosity and support. Thanks to the loyalty of our members and…
  • Give the Gift of Membership

    Posted on
    A Gift of Museum Foundation Membership: 1 Membership = 1,000 Museums for $100 Museum of New Mexico Foundation’s Annual Membership Subscription Means Yearlong Free, Unlimited Admission to More Than 1,000 Cultural Institutions in North America What’s more in tune with…
  • Holiday Gift Guide

    Posted on
    Explore our collection of this season’s best museum inspired gifts for all ages and budgets! A year-round favorite, gourd ornaments are a time honored Peruvian tradition. Created using a combination of etched designs and pyrography, beautiful designs decorate each gourd,…
  • Fall Guide

    Posted on
    Fall Guide: Things to Do in Santa Fe, NM Fall is here! There’s a crispness in the air, the aspen leaves have turned a golden yellow and some mornings you can smell a hint of burning piñon after a cold…
  • Office of Archaeological Studies

    Posted on
              Fall 2021 Member News Garden of Time: Learning from the Landscape It’s a hot and blustery summer day outside the Center for New Mexico Archaeology, where Office of Archaeological Studies ethnobotanist and educator…
  • New Mexico Historic Sites

    Posted on
    Site-Specific Educational Pavilion to Enhance On-Site Learning Fall 2021 Member News “We’re all people who love to talk to people,” says Matthew Barbour, manager of Coronado Historic Site. He’s talking, in general, about the Coronado staff’s…
  • Bosque Redondo Memorial

    Posted on
    Fall 2021 Member News Feature Truth and Reconciliation: A New Beginning at Bosque Several years ago, across a crowded room in Santa Fe, Mary Ann Cortese heard the sound of weeping. When Cortese, a Museum of New Mexico…
  • Summer Guide

    Posted on
    Summer Guide: Things to Do in Santa Fe, NM Summer is here and things are hot and opening up.  Spend a day exploring New Mexico’s rich art, history and diverse cultures at the four state museums in Santa Fe (New…