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Somos Youth Writers Night
Wednesday, February 10, 2016 - 7:00 pm

Somos Youth Writers Night

Arthur Bell Auditorium

Youth Writers Night is a special event showcasing the writers of SOMOS’ Young Writers Program. Curated by program director Jennifer Acampora, co-hosted by Aliya Martinson, a senior at Taos Academy, and Erin Bad Hand.

Free Free Free.

Yoga in Agnes Martin Gallery on Wednesdays
Wednesday, February 10, 2016 - 8:30 - 10am

Yoga in Agnes Martin Gallery on Wednesdays

Agnes Martin Gallery

The Harwood Museum of Art presents a weekly meditative Jivamukti Yoga program with Jayne Schell on Wednesdays from 8:30am - 10am. Open to all levels, yoga mats provided. $8 for Alliance Members at the Individual level and above (These Alliance Members may also purchase a Class Card of 8 classes for $40) or $10 General Admission. Contact education@harwoodmuseum.org for more information. If Taos Municipal Schools is on a two-hour delay or closed due to inclement weather this class is cancelled.  

Alliance Members opening reception
Friday, February 12, 2016 - 5:00 pm to 7:00 pm

Alliance Members opening reception

The Harwood Museum of Art

Members of The Harwood Museum will celebrate the opening of the Museums Spring 2016 exhibitions
John De Puy: Painter of the Apocalyptic Volcano of the World
Origination Point: Agnes Chavez with Marcel Schwittlick and Robert Schirmer.
Terrie Hancock Mangate: Curator"s Wall

Not a member? click here to join. 

Director's Circle and VIP event
Friday, February 12, 2016 - 4:00 to 5:00 pm

Director's Circle and VIP event

The Harwood Museum of Art

Members of The Harwood Museum of Art's Director's Circles and invited guests will celebrate the Museum's 2016 Spring exhibitions.

John De Puy: Painter of the Apocalyptic Volcano of the World
Origination Point: Agnes Chavez with Marcel Schwittlick and Robert Schirmer.
Terrie Hancock Mangate: Curator"s Wall
Not a Director's Circles member? Go here to join this wonderful group of Harwood supporters!  

Film: 2016 Oscar Nominated Shorts- Animated
Saturday, February 13 - Sunday, February 14, 2016 - 2:00 matinee both days

Film: 2016 Oscar Nominated Shorts- Animated

Arthur Bell Auditorium

This year’s Oscar Nominated Animated Shorts!

Opening films: Crank Balls (5 minutes),The Crank Balls are trapped in a horrible colorless void until an infectious happiness changes their lives forever. Burnt (6min),In a scorched desert forest, three plant-like creatures try to cope with being physically and mentally burned. They encounter something green for the first time in memory, and it challenges them to view life differently. Created and directed by Devin Bell

ANIMATED SHORTS (Running Time: 86 minutes)
Sanjay’s Super Team – dir. Sanjay Patel, USA, 7 minutes
Synopsis: In SANJAY’S SUPER TEAM, the new short film from Pixar Animation Studios, accomplished artist Sanjay Patel uses his own experience to tell the story of a young, first-generation Indian-American boy whose love for western pop-culture comes into conflict with his father’s traditions. Sanjay is absorbed in the world of cartoons and comics, while his father tries to draw him into the traditions of his Hindu practice. Tedium and reluctance quickly turn into an awe-inspiring adventure as the boy embarks on a journey he never imagined, returning with a new perspective that they can both embrace.
World of Tomorrow – dir. Don Hertzfeldt, USA, 17 minutes
Synopsis: A little girl named Emily is taken on a fantastical tour of her distant future by a surprising visitor who reveals unnerving secrets about humanity's fate.
Bear Story – dir. Gabriel Osorio, Chile, 11 minutes
Synopsis: Every day, a melancholy old bear takes a mechanical diorama that he has created out to his street corner. For a coin, passersby can look into the peephole of his invention, which tells the story of a circus bear who longs to escape and return to the family from which he was taken.
We Can’t Live Without Cosmos – dir. Konstantin Bronzit, Russia, 16 minutes
Synopsis: Two best friends have dreamed since childhood of becoming cosmonauts, and together they endure the rigors of training and public scrutiny, and make the sacrifices necessary to achieve their shared goal.
Prologue – dir. Richard Williams, UK, 6 minutes
Synopsis: Clocking in at six minutes, PROLOGUE describes an incident in the Spartan-Athenian wars of 2,400 years ago. In it, a small girl bears witness as warriors battle to death. The dialog-free project utilizes natural sounds to complement the intense animation (entirely animated by Richard Williams himself). Williams - who is best known for his work as animation director on “Who Framed Roger Rabbit”, his unfinished feature “The Thief and the Cobbler” and Academy Award-winning “A Christmas Carol “adaptation - has worked on PROLOGUE for many years in between other projects. It was finally completed this year at the Aardman Studios in Bristol, U.K.
ADDITIONAL FILM: If I Was God – dir. Cordell Baker, Canada, 9 minutes
While dissecting a frog in Biology class, a 12-year-old boy who senses the approaching power of adulthood speculates about what he would do if he were God. This darkly whimsical, semi-autobiographical 3D animated short was directed by two-time Oscar®-nominated animator and long-time NFB filmmaker Cordell Barker.
ADDITIONAL FILM: The Short Story of a Fox and a Mouse – France, 7 minutes
Synopsis: A hungry grey fox sets out for a morning hunt, hoping to find a tasty rodent to snack on. But the mouse he finds is no ordinary mouse...
ADDITIONAL FILM: The Loneliest Spotlight – dir. Bill Plympton, USA, 6 minutes
Synopsis: The life and times of a neglected stoplight, voiced by Patton Oswalt.
ADDITIONAL FILM: Catch It – France, 5 minutes
Synopsis: A group of meerkats takes care of its beloved and unique fruit near their burrow, but a vulture intends to disturb their peace of mind. A chase begins in the savannah.

To view the trailer, go here.


Tickets: $10.00/general public, $8.00/Museum members
 

Community Opening
Saturday, February 13, 2016 - 10:00am to 5:00pm

Community Opening

The Harwood Museum of Art

Museum admission will be free to everyone in celebration of the opening of the Harwood Museum of Art's spring exhibitions. 

Somos Winter Writer Series 2016
Wednesday, February 17, 2016 - 7:00 pm on Friday and 1:00 pm on Saturday

Somos Winter Writer Series 2016

Arthur Bell Auditorium

Terri Muuss is a writer, performer, director, educator and social worker. Her poetry/prose one-woman show, Anatomy of a Doll, was named “Best Theater: Critics’ Pick of the Week" by the New York Daily News, and has been performed throughout the US and Canada. Her book is titled Over Exposed.

David Perez, author of WOW!, an award-winning “memoirito” about growing up in the South Bronx, will perform Nicknames, his adaption of a personal essay into a short one-act play. He’ll be joined onstage by Bruce McIntosh, the director at Metta Theatre.


Tickets are $10.00 for general public and $8.00 for museum alliance members. Youth 18 and under are free.

Yoga in Agnes Martin Gallery on Wednesdays
Wednesday, February 17, 2016 - 8:30 - 10am

Yoga in Agnes Martin Gallery on Wednesdays

Agnes Martin Gallery

The Harwood Museum of Art presents a weekly meditative Jivamukti Yoga program with Jayne Schell on Wednesdays from 8:30am - 10am. Open to all levels, yoga mats provided. $8 for Alliance Members at the Individual level and above (These Alliance Members may also purchase a Class Card of 8 classes for $40) or $10 General Admission. Contact education@harwoodmuseum.org for more information. If Taos Municipal Schools is on a two-hour delay or closed due to inclement weather this class is cancelled.  

Film: 2016 Oscar Nominated Shorts- Documentary
Saturday, February 20 - Sunday, February 21, 2016 - 2:00 matinee both days

Film: 2016 Oscar Nominated Shorts- Documentary

Arthur Bell Auditorium

This year’s Oscar Nominated Documentary Shorts!

 PROGRAM A (Running time: 87 minutes)
Body Team 12 – dir. David Darg, Liberia, 13 minutes
Synopsis: BODY TEAM 12 is tasked with collecting the victims at the height of the Ebola outbreak. These body collectors have arguably the most dangerous and gruesome job in the world. Yet despite the strain they emerge as heroes while the film explores their philosophy and strength. The story is told on the ground in Monrovia, Liberia through the eyes of the only female member of the team, who reveals the heartbreaking, lifesaving work of removing bodies from loved ones in order to halt transmission of the disease.
A Girl in the River: The Price of Forgiveness – dir. Sharmen Obaid-Chinoy, Pakistan, 40 minutes
Synopsis: Every year, more than 1,000 girls and women are the victims of religiously motivated honor killings in Pakistan, especially in rural areas. Eighteen-year-old Saba, who fell in love and eloped, was targeted by her father and uncle but survived to tell her story.
Last Day of Freedom – dirs. Dee Hibbert-Jones & Nomi Talisman, USA, 32 minutes
Synopsis: When Bill Babbitt realizes his brother Manny has committed a crime, he agonizes over his decision; should he call the police? LAST DAY OF FREEDOM is a richly animated personal narrative that tells the story of Bill’s decision to stand by his brother, a veteran returning from war, as he faces criminal charges, racism, and ultimately the death penalty. This film is a portrait of a man at the nexus of the most pressing social issues of our day; veterans’ care, mental health access and criminal justice.

10 minute Intermission

 PROGRAM B (Running time: 76 minutes)
Chau, Beyond the Lines – dir. Courtney Marsh, USA/Vietnam, 34 minutes
Synopsis: Chau, a teenager living in a Vietnamese care center for children born with birth defects due to Agent Orange, struggles with the difficulties of realizing his dream to become a professional artist and clothing designer. Despite being told that his ambitions are unrealistic, Chau is determined to live an independent, productive life.
Claude Lanzmann: Spectres of the Shoah – dir. Adam Benzine, USA, 40 minutes
Synopsis: Thirty years after the release of the documentary SHOAH, filmmaker Claude Lanzmann discusses the personal and professional difficulties he encountered during the more than 12 years it took to create the work. Lanzmann also discusses his relationships with Simone de Beauvoir and Jean-Paul Sartre, and his teenage years spent fighting in the French Resistance during World War II.

To view the trailer, go here.

Tickets: $10.00/general public, $8.00/Museum members
 

Somos Winter Writer Series 2016
Wednesday, February 24, 2016 - 7:00 pm

Somos Winter Writer Series 2016

Arthur Bell Auditorium

 Joyce Appleby will talk on "How capitalism has changed the built environment." will examine these changes." Appleby, professor emerita at University of California, Los Angeles, is past president of the Organization of American Historians, the American Historical Association, and the Society for the History of the Early Republic. Among her principal publications are Thomas Jefferson, Henry Holt and Company, 2003; A History of Capitalism, 2010; and Shores of Knowledge: New World Discoveries and the Scientific Imagination.

Tickets are $10.00 for general admission and $8.00 for members of The Harwood Museum and of SOMOS, Youth under 18 are free.

 

Yoga in Agnes Martin Gallery on Wednesdays
Wednesday, February 24, 2016 - 8:30 - 10am

Yoga in Agnes Martin Gallery on Wednesdays

Agnes Martin Gallery

The Harwood Museum of Art presents a weekly meditative Jivamukti Yoga program with Jayne Schell on Wednesdays from 8:30am - 10am. Open to all levels, yoga mats provided. $8 for Alliance Members at the Individual level and above (These Alliance Members may also purchase a Class Card of 8 classes for $40) or $10 General Admission. Contact education@harwoodmuseum.org for more information. If Taos Municipal Schools is on a two-hour delay or closed due to inclement weather this class is cancelled.  

Homeschool Art
Monday, February 29, 2016 - 10:00 - 11:30am

Homeschool Art

Fern Hogue Mitchell Education Center

Homeschool families are invited to a special art program exploring the Harwood's diverse collection and creating art in the Museum's inspiring Fern Hogue Mitchell Education Center the last monday of each month as scheduled from 10-11:30am. This program is designed for kids 4 - 12, all ages welcome. Parent participation required. education@harwoodmuseum.org for more information. This class is cancelled if there is a 2-hour snow delay.

Yoga in Agnes Martin Gallery on Wednesdays
Wednesday, March 2, 2016 - 8:30 - 10am

Yoga in Agnes Martin Gallery on Wednesdays

Agnes Martin Gallery

The Harwood Museum of Art presents a weekly meditative Jivamukti Yoga program with Jayne Schell on Wednesdays from 8:30am - 10am. Open to all levels, yoga mats provided. $8 for Alliance Members at the Individual level and above (These Alliance Members may also purchase a Class Card of 8 classes for $40) or $10 General Admission. Contact education@harwoodmuseum.org for more information. If Taos Municipal Schools is on a two-hour delay or closed due to inclement weather this class is cancelled. 

"To Feel is in Question" presented by Friends of Puppet and Object  Theatre
Friday, March 4, 2016 - details upon registration

"To Feel is in Question" presented by Friends of Puppet and Object Theatre


A show/lecture for teens.
Performed by Isabelle Kessler

With support form McCune Foundation

To watch, to feel, to figure out, to decipher, to understand, to situate ourselves, are among many actions we make as spectators.
Nevertheless, we commonly associate spectator with passivity. Why?
Our societies celebrate artists, “emitters,” and discount spectators, “receivers,” creating a hierarchy, which I, Isabelle, would like to put in question.


Who is Isabelle Kessler?
Object Theater Creator and Director Isabelle Kessler is a talented veteran of European and American theater. She exercises her creative talent with everything from classic stage productions to toddler-friendly romps, to grand street theater involving 15 brides and 22 movie projectors.

Isabelle started in her native France 25 years ago, and has produced around 40 plays since then. Isabelle managed Phenomene Tsé-Tsé with Francesca Sorgato. Isabelle and Francesca produced dozens of spectacles over a decade, all over Europe. Isabelle brought innovation to the European Object Theater movement until 2000, when she moved to the United States. Today, she and Loren Kahn perform all over the US, Canada and Europe.


Who is Loren Kahn?
Loren Kahn started out as an anthropologist, but departed academe in 1973 to travel through the western US, working as a street puppeteer. She never looked back.

Loren has collaborated with several puppet companies, performed solo and as an artist-in-residence, and now she directs her own puppet theater in Albuquerque. In 1994, Loren was performing at two international puppet festivals in Germany, when she saw "Homage," an object theatre play for ages four to seven, created by Isabelle.

Loren and Isabelle have been working together ever since, and Loren Kahn Puppet Theater now offers puppet and object theatre performances for every age, venue, and schedule.

Teens are free! This is a teen only performance. Please register through education@harwoodmuseum.org

 

 

"To Feel is in Question" presented by Friends of Puppet and Object  Theatre
Saturday, March 5, 2016 - 11am

"To Feel is in Question" presented by Friends of Puppet and Object Theatre

Arthur Bell Auditoruim


A show/lecture for adults.
Performed by Isabelle Kessler
Directed by Loren Kahn

With support from McCune Foundation

To watch, to feel, to figure out, to decipher, to understand, to situate ourselves, are among many actions we make as spectators.
Nevertheless, we commonly associate spectator with passivity. Why?
Our societies celebrate artists, “emitters,” and discount spectators, “receivers,” creating a hierarchy, which I, Isabelle, would like to put in question.


Who is Isabelle Kessler?
Object Theater Creator and Director Isabelle Kessler is a talented veteran of European and American theater. She exercises her creative talent with everything from classic stage productions to toddler-friendly romps, to grand street theater involving 15 brides and 22 movie projectors.

Isabelle started in her native France 25 years ago, and has produced around 40 plays since then. Isabelle managed Phenomene Tsé-Tsé with Francesca Sorgato. Isabelle and Francesca produced dozens of spectacles over a decade, all over Europe. Isabelle brought innovation to the European Object Theater movement until 2000, when she moved to the United States. Today, she and Loren Kahn perform all over the US, Canada and Europe.


Who is Loren Kahn?
Loren Kahn started out as an anthropologist, but departed academe in 1973 to travel through the western US, working as a street puppeteer. She never looked back.

Loren has collaborated with several puppet companies, performed solo and as an artist-in-residence, and now she directs her own puppet theater in Albuquerque. In 1994, Loren was performing at two international puppet festivals in Germany, when she saw "Homage," an object theatre play for ages four to seven, created by Isabelle.

Loren and Isabelle have been working together ever since, and Loren Kahn Puppet Theater now offers puppet and object theatre performances for every age, venue, and schedule.

General admission $10, Harwood members $8, Teens are free!

Questions?  education@harwoodmuseum.org

 

 

 

 





 

Yoga in Agnes Martin Gallery on Wednesdays
Wednesday, March 9, 2016 - 8:30 - 10am

Yoga in Agnes Martin Gallery on Wednesdays

Agnes Martin Gallery

The Harwood Museum of Art presents a weekly meditative Jivamukti Yoga program with Jayne Schell on Wednesdays from 8:30am - 10am. Open to all levels, yoga mats provided. $8 for Alliance Members at the Individual level and above (These Alliance Members may also purchase a Class Card of 8 classes for $40) or $10 General Admission. Contact education@harwoodmuseum.org for more information. If Taos Municipal Schools is on a two-hour delay or closed due to inclement weather this class is cancelled. 

Wednesday, March 16, 2016 - 2:00 p.m.

Governing Board Meeting

Arthur Bell Auditorium

 The Harwood Museum of Art Governing Board will hold a regular meeting.

Yoga in Agnes Martin Gallery on Wednesdays
Wednesday, March 16, 2016 - 8:30 - 10am

Yoga in Agnes Martin Gallery on Wednesdays

Agnes Martin Gallery

This class is cancelled see you next week

The Harwood Museum of Art presents a weekly meditative Jivamukti Yoga program with Jayne Schell on Wednesdays from 8:30am - 10am. Open to all levels, yoga mats provided. $8 for Alliance Members at the Individual level and above (These Alliance Members may also purchase a Class Card of 8 classes for $40) or $10 General Admission. Contact education@harwoodmuseum.org for more information. If Taos Municipal Schools is on a two-hour delay or closed due to inclement weather this class is cancelled. 

Taos Chamber Music Group presents: Into the Light
Saturday, March 19, 2016 - 5:00 pm

Taos Chamber Music Group presents: Into the Light

Arthur Bell Auditorium

 A multimedia collaboration with sound and light artist Sasha vom Dorp inspires a program of music informed by light, including Ken Benshoof’s In Shadow Light for piccolo, violin, viola, cello, Andrew Norman’s Light Screens for flute, violin, viola and cello and Franz Schubert’s light-filled String Trio in Bb, D. 471. Vom Dorp’s innovative art work will be presented during the performances.

Advance tickets can be purchased either in person or by calling The Harwood Museum or online at www.taoschambermusicgroup.org. Museum members must purchase tickets through The Harwood admissions to receive their discount.
Ticket Pricing is as follows: $22/general admission, $18/Harwood Museum Members and $12 for children 16 and under.
On the evening of the performance, tickets are $25 /$20/ $12.

Carlos Rael Store Demonstration
Saturday, March 19, 2016 - 2:00pm

Carlos Rael Store Demonstration

Harwood Museum Store

Saturday, March 19 at 2:00pm

Demonstration by Santero artist Carlos Rael. Carlos carves his work by hand, and his bultos, retablos and crosses are all painted in the traditional way of the Spanish Colonial period. His gesso is homemade and he gathers and processes his natural pigments from earth, minerals and plants, with varnish from the sap of the pinon trees.

Carlos was born in Santa Fe and is a descendant of Alonso Rael de Aguilar, a member of the De Vargas Force in the reconquest of Nuevo Mexico in 1680. 

Taos Chamber Music Group presents: Into the Light
Sunday, March 20, 2016 - 5:00 pm

Taos Chamber Music Group presents: Into the Light

Arthur Bell Auditorium

A multimedia collaboration with sound and light artist Sasha vom Dorp inspires a program of music informed by light, including Ken Benshoof’s In Shadow Light for piccolo, violin, viola, cello, Andrew Norman’s Light Screens for flute, violin, viola and cello and Franz Schubert’s light-filled String Trio in Bb, D. 471. Vom Dorp’s innovative art work will be presented during the performances. 

Advance tickets can be purchased either in person or by calling The Harwood Museum or online at www.taoschambermusicgroup.org. Museum members must purchase tickets through The Harwood admissions to receive their discount.
Ticket Pricing is as follows: $22/general admission, $18/Harwood Museum Members and $12 for children 16 and under.
On the evening of the performance, tickets are $25 /$20/ $12.
 

Yoga in Agnes Martin Gallery on Wednesdays
Wednesday, March 23, 2016 - 8:30 - 10am

Yoga in Agnes Martin Gallery on Wednesdays

Agnes Martin Gallery

The Harwood Museum of Art presents a weekly meditative Jivamukti Yoga program with Jayne Schell on Wednesdays from 8:30am - 10am. Open to all levels, yoga mats provided. $8 for Alliance Members at the Individual level and above (These Alliance Members may also purchase a Class Card of 8 classes for $40) or $10 General Admission. Contact education@harwoodmuseum.org for more information. If Taos Municipal Schools is on a two-hour delay or closed due to inclement weather this class is cancelled. 

Homeschool Art
Monday, March 28, 2016 - 10:00 - 11:30am

Homeschool Art

Fern Hogue Mitchell Education Center

Homeschool families are invited to a special art program exploring the Harwood's diverse collection and creating art in the Museum's inspiring Fern Hogue Mitchell Education Center the last monday of each month as scheduled from 10-11:30am. This program is designed for kids 4 - 12, all ages welcome. Parent participation required. education@harwoodmuseum.org for more information. This class is cancelled if there is a 2-hour snow delay

Yoga in Agnes Martin Gallery on Wednesdays
Wednesday, March 30, 2016 - 8:30 - 10am

Yoga in Agnes Martin Gallery on Wednesdays

Agnes Martin Gallery

The Harwood Museum of Art presents a weekly meditative Jivamukti Yoga program with Jayne Schell on Wednesdays from 8:30am - 10am. Open to all levels, yoga mats provided. $8 for Alliance Members at the Individual level and above (These Alliance Members may also purchase a Class Card of 8 classes for $40) or $10 General Admission. Contact education@harwoodmuseum.org for more information. If Taos Municipal Schools is on a two-hour delay or closed due to inclement weather this class is cancelled. 

Yoga in Agnes Martin Gallery on Wednesdays
Wednesday, April 6, 2016 - 8:30 - 10am

Yoga in Agnes Martin Gallery on Wednesdays

Agnes Martin Gallery

The Harwood Museum of Art presents a weekly meditative Jivamukti Yoga program with Jayne Schell on Wednesdays from 8:30am - 10am. Open to all levels, yoga mats provided. $8 for Alliance Members at the Individual level and above (These Alliance Members may also purchase a Class Card of 8 classes for $40) or $10 General Admission. Contact education@harwoodmuseum.org for more information. If Taos Municipal Schools is on a two-hour delay or closed due to inclement weather this class is cancelled. 

 Taos Chamber Music Group presents: Colores! Music
Saturday, April 16, 2016 - 5:00 pm

Taos Chamber Music Group presents: Colores! Music

Arthur Bell Auditorium

A colorful program to welcome springtime features Daniel Dorff’s Perennials for flute, clarinet and piano, Jennifer Higdon’s Piano Trio (Pale Yellow and Fiery Red), Marilyn Bliss’s Blue Dawn for Native American flute and cello, Joseph Schwantner’s Black Anemones for flute and piano, Paul Hindemith’s Quartet for clarinet, violin, cello and piano and Gary Schocker’s Nightblooming from Green Places for flute and piano.

Advance tickets can be purchased either in person or by calling The Harwood Museum or online at www.taoschambermusicgroup.org. Museum members must purchase tickets through The Harwood admissions to receive their discount.
Ticket Pricing is as follows: $22/general admission, $18/Harwood Museum Members and $12 for children 16 and under.
On the evening of the performance, tickets are $25 /$20/ $12.
 

 Taos Chamber Music Group presents: Colores! Music
Sunday, April 17, 2016 - 5:00 pm

Taos Chamber Music Group presents: Colores! Music

Arthur Bell Auditorium

 Higdon’s Piano Trio (Pale Yellow and Fiery Red), Marilyn Bliss’s Blue Dawn for Native American flute and cello, Joseph Schwantner’s Black Anemones for flute and piano, Paul Hindemith’s Quartet for clarinet, violin, cello and piano and Gary Schocker’s Nightblooming from Green Places for flute and piano.

Advance tickets can be purchased either in person or by calling The Harwood Museum or online at www.taoschambermusicgroup.org. Museum members must purchase tickets through The Harwood admissions to receive their discount.
Ticket Pricing is as follows: $22/general admission, $18/Harwood Museum Members and $12 for children 16 and under.
On the evening of the performance, tickets are $25 /$20/ $12.

Wednesday, May 18, 2016 - 2:00 p.m.

Governing Board Meeting

Arthur Bell Auditorium

The Harwood Museum of Art Governing Board will hold a regular meeting. 

Taos Chamber Music Group presents In a Dream
Saturday, May 21, 2016 - 5:00 pm

Taos Chamber Music Group presents In a Dream

Arthur Bell Auditorium

 TCMG’s season concludes with music and poetry informed by dreams. Daniel Strong Godfrey’s From a Dream of Russia for clarinet, violin and piano, Jocelyn Morlock’s I conversed with you in a dream for flute and piano, and Gabriel Faure’s Piano Quartet in G minor are complemented by the award winning poetry of Sawnie Morris.

Advance tickets can be purchased either in person or by calling The Harwood Museum or online at www.taoschambermusicgroup.org. Museum members must purchase tickets through The Harwood admissions to receive their discount.
Ticket Pricing is as follows: $22/general admission, $18/Harwood Museum Members and $12 for children 16 and under.
On the evening of the performance, tickets are $25 /$20/ $12.
 

Taos Chamber Music Group presents In a Dream
Sunday, May 22, 2016 - 5:00 pm

Taos Chamber Music Group presents In a Dream

Arthur Bell Auditorium

TCMG’s season concludes with music and poetry informed by dreams. Daniel Strong Godfrey’s From a Dream of Russia for clarinet, violin and piano, Jocelyn Morlock’s I conversed with you in a dream for flute and piano, and Gabriel Faure’s Piano Quartet in G minor are complemented by the award winning poetry of Sawnie Morris.

Advance tickets can be purchased either in person or by calling The Harwood Museum or online at www.taoschambermusicgroup.org. Museum members must purchase tickets through The Harwood admissions to receive their discount.
Ticket Pricing is as follows: $22/general admission, $18/Harwood Museum Members and $12 for children 16 and under.
On the evening of the performance, tickets are $25 /$20/ $12.
 

Wednesday, June 29, 2016 - 2:00 p.m.

Governing Board Meeting

Arthur Bell Auditorium

The Harwood Museum of Art Governing Board will hold a regular meeting.