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.


  • Corporate Partner Spotlight: Southwest Contemporary

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    Southwest Contemporary is the leading resource for arts and culture in the Southwest featuring curated and critical perspectives on contemporary arts and culture. Southwest Contemporary supports Southwest-based artists and arts organizations through print and digital…
  • 2024 Calendars In the Shops

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    Get ready for the new year with a new calendar. Shop our wide selection of museum-inspired calendars, including some of our annual favorites like Gustave Baumann and Georgia O’Keeffe, and so many more. Whatever you choose, these calendars are…
  • Inspiring Positive Change

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    The Della Warrior Endowment Fund In 2017, after more than 40 years in higher education, Museum of New Mexico Foundation Trustee David Young retired from Arizona State University, where he served as vice president and dean of…
  • NMHM Makes New Gustave Baumann Collections Available to Researchers

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    New Mexico History Museum (NMHM) has become a new resource about the life and work of internationally acclaimed artist and printer Gustave Baumann for art collectors and students of Southwestern history. Born in Germany, Baumann eventually settled…
  • Ways to Give to MNMF

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    MEMBERSHIP Support the Museum of New Mexico Foundation in delivering essential services to our 13 partner cultural institutions while offering enjoyable member benefits. THE CIRCLES Participate in a series of exclusive events while providing leadership-level support.
  • Corporate Partner Spotlight: Concept Hotels

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    Prioritizing Community Concept Hotels bought the Sage Inn in Santa Fe seven years ago. They knew they were coming into a bustling tourist economy—as well as a small town with a long history. “As a California-based company, we…
  • Live Podcast Recordings from MOA’s Vladem Contemporary Opening

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    We invite you to listen to the following podcasts that were recorded live for the New Mexico Museum of Art’s Vladem Contemporary Grand Opening Weekend. Richard Eeds Show – September 22, 2023…
  • Protecting a Way of Life: New Mexico’s Eight Historic Site

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    J. Paul Taylor’s death at age 102 in February 2023 marked the end of an era in New Mexico, one reflected in Taylor’s life’s work on behalf of the state as a beloved educator, cultural advocate and state legislator.
  • Citizens of the Community

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    Legacy Gifts in Glass In the early 1990s, when Arnold “Arne” and Doris Roland made a chance visit to a small-town shop in Oregon that sold studio art glass, they knew they had stumbled upon a new passion. Arne…
  • Preserving Culture: A Legacy Gift to New Mexico

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    A friendship that started in the U.S. diplomatic corps decades later resulted in one of the largest planned gifts ever received by the New Mexico History Museum. Charles “Chuck” Robinson was a successful international businessman who started an iron…
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