The New Mexico Museum of Art is part of the Museum of New Mexico system. All units of the Museum of New Mexico system are part of the New Mexico Department of Cultural Affairs. The not-for-profit Museum of New Mexico Foundation supports the Museum of New Mexico system.
Art is for everyone. We create authentic experiences that foster a deeper understanding and enjoyment of art throughout the State. We work with art and artists to explore the human experience, new ideas, and diverse cultures.
The New Mexico Museum of Art is a catalyst and showcase for creativity and the enjoyment of art. Artists, learners and community members are empowered to think critically and see a multiplicity of meanings. We bring the art of the world to New Mexico and the art of New Mexico to the world/p>
To learn more about the Museum’s strategic plan, click here.
The historic St. Francis Auditorium and other museum spaces are available to rent for your special event.
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The New Mexico Museum of Art is turning the building at 404 Montezuma Street into a contemporary art space.
The New Mexico Museum of Art was established in 1917 as the Art Gallery of the Museum of New Mexico.
The Governor’s Gallery, located on the 4th floor of the State Capitol, is an outreach facility for the Department of Cultural Affairs that is curated by our staff.