See where the Taos Society of Artists began: Couse-Sharp Historic Site
The 2+ acre campus in the heart of Taos’ central historic district features the former homes and studios of E. I. Couse and J. H. Sharp, two of the American-born, European-trained artists who formed the TSA in 1915. Visitors are astonished that such a well-preserved—and charming—complex of period buildings, gardens, furnishings, and associated art collections still exists. We invite you to peruse our website to get a feel for the amazing range of history, culture, architecture, science, and art at the Couse-Sharp Historic Site.
Our current Resurgence and Glimpses of the Past exhibitions have open hours, but access to the historic site is by docent-led tour only. We are currently accepting tour appointment requests through Nov. 15, 2021, and after Jan. 15, 2022. Find out all the details on our Tours page.
We are fully complying with public health guidelines. Currently, everyone must wear masks on the property and preserve distance from docents, staff and unrelated parties. We continue to monitor regulations and official guidance and will amend our protocols as warranted. Click here to see the full protocol. Thank you for your cooperation in New Mexico's public health efforts.
The first exhibition in the Dean Porter Gallery of The Lunder Research Center is Resurgence, on view through January 8, 2022. Open hours are noon to 4:00 p.m. Tuesday through Saturday, and by appointment. Find out more about the genesis of the works at ResurgenceMaggiori.com, as well as how to purchase the exhibition poster (seen at left).
Our current seasonal exhibition, Glimpses of the Past: Historic New Mexico Prints 1880-1950 presents a significant collection of graphic media focusing on northern New Mexico, most never before seen by the public. The exhibition closes Nov. 6; it is available to view by appointment and from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Saturdays in October. Find out more on the exhibition page or at GlimpsesofthePast.org
Selections from our 2020 seasonal exhibition, Stitched in Sovereignty: Contemporary Beadwork from Indigenous North America, are available online, along with video chats with guest curator Chelsea Herr and several of the artists. Visit StitchedinSovereignty.org