The art of New Mexico reflects political fights that have occurred between aesthetic perspectives, and political issues that artists address through their work.
The Saint Francis Auditorium is original to the museum and the murals on its walls depict the patron saint of Santa Fe.
The courtyard of the museum is decorated by murals and contains a beautiful garden.
The museum has an unusual history of exhibitions held on the first floor.
The Women's Board Room on the second floor of the museum wasn't always a gallery space.
Hear about Will Shuster and Frederico Vigil's paintings on the walls of the museum's courtyard.