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The Georgia O’Keeffe Museum’s mobile creativity studio, Art to G.O., is on the road! We have on-the-go art making and creative activities for participants of all ages and will be visiting libraries, community centers, schools, parks, senior centers, and festivals all year long. Non-profit and public service organizations anywhere in New Mexico can request a FREE visit by filling out the request form below.



Questions? Art to G.O. can be reached by email at arttogo@gokm.org or by phone at 505.946.1007

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Interested in an Art to G.O Visit?

Art to G.O. is available for booking. Visits to non-profit and public service organizations are free! Simply fill out a request form to inquire about availability.


Request the Art to G.O. Truck for visits beginning in February 2024!

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About Art to G.O.

Launched in Spring 2023, The Art to G.O. truck is a mobile studio designed to bring art-making experiences into New Mexican communities. Through the Art to G.O. initiative, the Georgia O’Keeffe Museum aims to uphold its commitment to serving local populations by building sustainable relationships with people and organizations in and around Santa Fe. ‘In and around’ can mean as close as Santa Fe or as far as Farmington. New Mexico’s visual arts culture is diverse and rich, we hope to uplift that history and support the communities around the state that have made that a reality. 

What It Does 

The Art to G.O. truck supports the efforts of educators, community organizations and cultural institutions that foster spaces of curiosity, inclusivity, and connection. Art to G.O. activities vary according to the interests and needs of our community partners—from making alien-themed buttons at the UFO Festival (hello Roswell!) or hosting art-making activities at an elementary school field day (hello Abiquiu Elementary!) to co-creating workshops that bring local artists into community settings to develop immersive arts experiences.

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Art to G.O. is driven by the generosity of individuals like you. Support our work to educate, inspire, and deepen engagement with local audiences by making a gift to the Museum’s Annual Fund today.

Art to G.O. is fueled by our generous sponsors: