Current and Upcoming Exhibitions

Manuel Rodríguez-Delgado | Space Jammer
Roswell Artist-in-Residence

October 9 – December 20, 2020
Entry Gallery


Manuel Alejandro Rodríguez-Delgado’s work is concerned with the overlap between the technological landscape and built imaginary environments. Through his experimental sculpture-based practice he assumes the role of an artist-inventor who produces objects of an improvised nature. Read More

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Agustín Lucho Pozo Gálvez | Planet River of the Tenement
Roswell Artist-in-Residence


October 9 – December 20, 2020
Donald B. Anderson Gallery



Agustín Lucho Pozo Gálvez, is originally from Chile. Pozo noticed that the overwhelming feeling of this challenging year was not necessarily fear or despair, but confusion and uncertainty. Read more 

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Inspired by Calligraphy
Ulfert Wilke and Peter Bilan



March 28 - TBA
Spring River Gallery


Calligraphy is the art of decorative handwriting, and there are some stunningly beautiful examples of it throughout the world. Rather than focus on calligraphy itself, however, this exhibit will showcase pieces from RMAC’s permanent collection that were inspired by forms of calligraphy. Read More
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Tonee Harbert | Through the Static and Distance
Roswell Artist-in-Residence


March 21 - December 20, 2020
Marshall and Winston Gallery


Tonee Harbert’s photography considers human interaction with the landscape. Any purpose people impose on the land leaves a mark which may be overt, or can faintly show a past narrative. These signs/ signals inhabit our everyday world, where collectively they can take on the qualities of a dream or myth. Read More
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Made in New Mexico

December 1, 2018 - long term display
Patricia Gaylord Anderson Gallery

New Mexico is home to a lot of great things, from important historical sites and diverse state parks to roasted green and red chilies. It’s also a land rich with artistic traditions, and continues to be an inspiration to artists today.  Read More

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Robert H. Goddard: The Father of Modern Rocketry


On Permanent Display
Goddard Gallery and Workshop Recreation


In 1898, a teenage Robert Hutchings Goddard (1882-1945), captivated by the realism of H.G. Wells’ War of the Worlds, “…imagined how wonderful it would be to make some device which had even the possibility of ascending to Mars.”  Read More
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Hurd & Wyeth: Picturing the Hondo Valley


On Permanent Display
Founders Gallery

 The Roswell Museum and Art Center is home to the largest public collection of works by Peter Hurd and Henriette Wyeth, painters who have both become synonymous with the landscape and culture of southeastern New Mexico. Read more
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West of Beyond: The Rogers and Mary Ellen Aston Collection of the American West


On Permanent Display
Aston Galleries


Donated by Rogers Aston, The Aston Collection of the American West is one  of the most popular and historically significant aspects of the Roswell Museum and Art Center’s holdings. An independent oil producer, rancher, sculptor, and philanthropist, Aston developed a keen interest in the West during time spent on his family’s various ranches. Read more

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