Programs

The Millicent Rogers Museum programs align with the Museum mission to partner with communities of the Southwest to share their stories, arts, and cultures.

Michael Hensley Teen Art Studio

Millicent Rogers Museum partners with Michael M. Hensley, community member, artist, and Taos High School art teacher, to provide summer art classes for youth aged 10-19. This opportunity for Taos youth includes a week-long exploration of styles and techniques for various high-interest themes such as dragons and mythical beasts. Drawing on his vast experiences in the arts and teaching, Michael guides participants through concepts of form, movement, shading, and more to achieve success in their creative explorations with pencil and paper.

2024 Summer Session: Realistic Wildlife Drawing
Monday, July 8 - Thursday, July 11
1 PM - 2:30 PM



Michael Hensley Adult Art Classes

Extending the theme of Realistic Wildlife Drawing to adult audiences, Michael Hensley will offer a series of four sessions of free drawing classes for adults in September 2024. Sessions will be held in the MRM education room on the following dates:
Sunday, September 8
Sunday, September 15
Sunday, September 22
Sunday, September 29


Millicent Unplugged

Millicent Unplugged features panel discussions on topics of cultural and art interest. Modeled after the “salons” of the past, artists and community members will join in lively, informed, honest, and homespun conversations. These live discussions will be on the Zoom platform with audience engagement through the chat feature. The series is planned and facilitated through the MRM Education department with volunteer artist, photographer, and publisher, Sara Frances https://photomirage.com/ For information or to suggest a discussion topic, contact Karen Chertok, Director of Education, at karen@millicentrogers.org