The Lunder Research Center for the Taos Society of Artists is dedicated to the early Taos art colony and the Taos Society of Artists. The 5,000 square foot museum facility is a repository for art, artifacts, and archival materials created and collected by the 12 members of the Taos Society of Artists. Materials include original documents and correspondence, photographic prints and negatives, sketchbooks, original works of art, an extensive library, scholarly papers relating to the group and Native American art and ethnographic items.
The mission of The Couse Foundation is to preserve and interpret the Couse-Sharp Historic Site, its buildings, grounds, and collections, and the archives of the Taos Society of Artists, through education, collaboration, and scholarly engagement. The Vision of The Couse Foundation is to be the center for scholarship of E. I. Couse, J. H. Sharp, and the Taos Society of Artists.
The Lunder Research Center for the Taos Society of Artists
The Couse-Sharp Historic Site
146 Kit Carson Road
Taos NM 87571 USA