Exhibits

A Feast for the Eyes

A Feast for the Eyes

When the Millicent Rogers Museum was founded in 1956, the core of the museum collection was a group of one hundred and twelve textiles originally collected by Millicent Rogers. Twenty of those textiles were Hispanic Rio Grande weavings. Some of the weavings that began the museum collection are in this exhibition.

Water that Sustains

Water that Sustains

Throughout all Native Cultures as well as the Hispanic communities along the Rio Grande, water is regarded with deep spiritual respect as a sustaining element of life.

On A National Scale

On A National Scale

This new exhibit tells the story of Mary B. Rogers, Millicent Rogers' mother, and her advocacy for American Indian art.

Millicent Rogers as Visionary

Millicent Rogers as Visionary

There are many admirable traits that make up the fascinating persona of Millicent Rogers—model, muse, collector, designer, humanitarian, philanthropist, and VISIONARY.