A virtual panel discussion series will feature panel discussions on topics of cultural and art interest. Modeled after the “salons” of the past, artists and community members will join in lively, informed, honest, and homespun conversations. Join us the 1st Thursday of the month.
Turquoise in the Sky with Diamonds!
Join us for the FUN raiser that is going to be a party of parties. Entertainment with Jimmy Stadler and the Colliders at El Monte Sagrado Ballrooms. There are limited seats and loads of fun to be had on Saturday, August 6, 2022. It's going to be the talk of the town! Sponsorships are available.
Tuah-Tah / Taos Pueblo: Home
Honoring the Native American Heritage within the Taos Pueblo Gallery. It is a semi-permanent exhibition. It highlights the cultural lifeways and artistic achievements of the people of Taos Pueblo.
Following the Manito Trail
Following the Manito Trail is a cultural heritage exhibition that shares the migration experiences, creative practices, and largely untold stories of Manito (Hispanic New Mexican) families from Taos County and its surrounding area. These families carried their culture with them through their migrations to other states for seasonal and permanent work during the 19th and 20th centuries...
Art in the Museum
We are pleased to have Michael M. Hensley back in the Museum with his FREE CLASSES for the youth ages 12-19 in June and July. Plus in the fall he will offer 4 Sundays in September for adults.
We want to extend the experiences of our past exhibitions, events and moments. Please visit this link as we will continue to add to digital archives. With gratitude towards our sponsors, contributors, friends, and everyone involved, Team Millicent would like to Thank You for the memories as we continue our tradition of "sharing and celebrating the arts and cultures of the Southwest".
The Pledge of Excellence
The Millicent Rogers Museum is proud to continue with the standards of excellence that identifies us as an Accredited Museum.
The Pledge of Excellence is: “My museum pledges that, in fulfillment of its educational mission, it will strive to operate according to national standards and best practices to the best of its abilities and in accordance with its resources.”