Early Closure Notice:

  • The Georgia O’Keeffe Museum in Santa Fe will be closing early at 4 PM on Tuesday, April 16.

Stay up to date on hours and ticket availability by visiting our website or contacting us at 505-946-1000 or contact@gokm.org

First Friday

  • Friday, May 5
  • 5:00 PM - 7:00 PM MT
  • Santa Fe, NM

Join us for extended hours at the Museum on the First Friday of every month! Admission is free from 5 PM – 7 PM

Be there for the reveal of the Georgia O’Keeffe Museum Art to G.O. Truck! Wrapped in an O’Keeffe-inspired motif of clouds and landscape, the Art to G.O. Truck—G.O. are Georgia O’Keeffe’s initials—is a custom-fabricated mobile creativity studio that will deliver free art activities to communities throughout New Mexico. At First Friday, the Art to G.O. Truck will be serving springtime treats. Learn more about the Art to G.O. Truck at gokm.org/arttogo

Be sure to catch a spotlight tour of our newest exhibition, Georgia O’Keeffe: Making a Life which features O’Keeffe’s clothing, personal belongings, artist supplies, and more.

Make it an art-filled evening and visit our First Friday partners in downtown Santa Fe.

First Friday partners include:

Patina Gallery
Victory Gallery
New Mexico Museum Foundation Shops
Owings Gallery on Palace
Hecho Gallery

Peyton Wright Galleries
New Mexico History Museum
Sorrel Sky Gallery
New Mexico Museum of Art

Upcoming Events

View from above of a painting of an animal pelvis bone and thigh bone on black strips. The paintings seem inspired from O'Keeffe's paintings of bones. The canvas rests on a wooden surface and surrounding it are art supplies including brushes, paints, oil thinner and a palette knife.

Event Classes

Online Class: Earth Tones and Bones in Oil Part I


Wednesday, April 17


Photograph of a group of children and an adult standing over a table as they work on creative activities with paint.

Event Community Events

Create with O’Keeffe: Tree Trunk Magnets


Thursday, April 18


Blue circle in center of paper, with an orange circle encompassing the blue circle. A blue single stroke encompasses the orange, with a stroke leaving the circle towards the upper right and another stroke towards the bottom left of the paper. Intermissions of orange and blue strokes encompasses this circle.

Event Classes

Online Class: Color Mixing for Watercolorists


Friday, April 19