Occupying several small buildings on Taos’ historic Ledoux street is the Harwood Museum of Art, originally coined El Pueblito, or “the village.” Established by artists Burt and Elizabeth Harwood, the Museum’s collection celebrates the larger, artistic convergence that took place in Taos in the early 1900s.
Work ranges from Native American to Traditional Hispanic to Taos Modern and Contemporary styles. Visit the Harwood’s Museum Store to shop eclectic and unique gifts created by the finest craftspeople of New Mexico. The Museum also offers a lively events calendar, which includes film screenings, first Friday gatherings, lectures, poetry readings, and even yoga.
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