Our Centennial is a celebration of the community that has sustained us.
Whether you have been coming to the Harwood for years or planning your first visit, there are a variety of ways to connect, learn, and create together. Learn more about the ways you can get involved below. Everyone is invited!
Harwood 100 Open Wall
June 1 • August 3 • November 2
All local artists are invited to exhibit their work in this self–curated exhibition series that honors Harwood’s democratic origins.
Harkening back to Harwood’s 1940s history when anyone from Taos County could hang a work of art in the galleries as part of a $5.00 annual membership, we invite our community to three opportunities to participate in an open hanging of their own artworks in the Joyce and Sherman Scott Gallery. Space will be limited!
Director’s Circles and Member Exhibition Preview
Friday, June 2, 2023
Be the first to preview the Centennial Exhibition. Enjoy an evening with the Director and Curator to learn more about the Harwood and enjoy hors d’oeuvres and wine.
Harwood 100 Block Party
Saturday, June 3, 2023 11:00am-4:00pm
Free community celebration featuring music, artmaking, and food.
Harwood 100 Birthday Bash
Friday, June 16, 2023
Join us for a festive evening as we mark this milestone in Taos history. Enjoy live music and dancing including Big Swing Theory and the Hail Creek Singers, delicious food, birthday cake, a photo booth for memories, and even dance lessons to get you in the spirit! Everyone in Taos is welcome to join in the fun. Don’t miss out on this special celebration!
Harwood Centennial Sponsors
The Henry Luce Foundation
Betty Thom Foster Special Exhibitions Endowment
Beatrice Mandelman and Louis Ribak Legacy Endowment
Joyce and Sherman Scott
The University of New Mexico Office of Academic Affairs
Invisible City Designs