Welcome, You Belong Here
OPEN TO THE PUBLIC
The UNM Art Museum is open:
Wednesday and Thursday, 12 PM to 5 PM
Friday and Saturday, 12 PM to 6 PM
and open late for shows in Popejoy Hall.
Closed Sunday, Monday, Tuesday, and major holidays.
Hindsight Insight 2.0: Portraits, Landscapes, and Abstraction from the UNM Art Museum is on view in the Main and Van Deren Coke Galleries through 2024.
Tradition and Transformation: Colonial New Spain and Contemporary Hispanic America at the UNM Art Museum is on view in the Clinton Adams Gallery through September 30, 2023.
UNMAM has no set price for admission, making it not only the largest, but also the freest collection of art in the state. Being free, however, is about more than free admission. It is also UNMAM’s call and commitment to shedding vestiges of the art museum of the past—those that don’t serve art’s potential to create conversations and foster connections.
Please book all group visits of 10 or more in advance. This enables us to best provide high quality experiences for all visitors. To schedule your visit, please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org at least 2 weeks prior.
Please plan your group visit at least 1 hour prior to closing in order to ensure that there is enough time to wrap up discussions.
The Beaumont Newhall Study Room
The Beaumont Newhall Study Room offers intimate access to artworks from the UNM Art Museum’s collection. Students, researchers, and community members are invited to utilize this resource to visually explore original works of art with museum staff.
Please contact Angel Jiang, Curator of Collections & Study Room Initiatives, (email@example.com) to schedule a visit. Appointment requests should be submitted with at least two weeks advance notice. We may not be able to accommodate requests with less notice.
How To Find Us
UNMAM is located at 203 Cornell Dr. NE, at the heart of the Center for the Arts building along with Popejoy Hall. Paid parking is available at the Cornell Parking Structure, east of the Center for the Arts at Redondo Drive and Stanford.
Parking around here can be tricky! We are only a couple blocks away from the Central Ave bus lines, making public transit a great option for your visit. Bike racks are available outside the Center for the Arts.
UNM Indigenous Peoples’ Land and Territory Acknowledgement
Founded in 1889, the University of New Mexico sits on the traditional homelands of the Pueblo of Sandia. The original peoples of New Mexico Pueblo, Navajo, and Apache since time immemorial, have deep connections to the land and have made significant contributions to the broader community statewide. We honor the land itself and those who remain stewards of this land throughout the generations and also acknowledge our committed relationship to Indigenous peoples. We gratefully recognize our history.