Upcoming Events and Programs

Prehistoric Preschool is a Museum program for 3-5 year-olds and their adult companions to explore natural history topics in a supportive and fun atmosphere.
Adult Class - Creative Wire: Wire Sculpture. Learn a few fun things about New Mexico's natural world from a geologist's perspective and then to create your own handcrafted wire jewelry that will showcase these gems of the earth.
STARTUP for Students! Explore the Museum's STARTUP: Albuquerque and the Personal Computer Revolution Gallery. The NM Highlands University Department of Media Arts & Technology, at The Museum, is offering four workshops.
STARTUP for Students! Explore the Museum's STARTUP: Albuquerque and the Personal Computer Revolution Gallery. The NM Highlands University Department of Media Arts & Technology, at The Museum, is offering four workshops.
Adult Class Paper Creative Wire: Minerals and Jewelry. Learn a few fun things about New Mexico's natural world from a geologist's perspective and then to create your own handcrafted wire jewelry that will showcase these gems of the earth.
STARTUP for Students! Explore the Museum's STARTUP: Albuquerque and the Personal Computer Revolution Gallery. The NM Highlands University Department of Media Arts & Technology, at The Museum, is offering four workshops.
STARTUP for Students! Explore the Museum's STARTUP: Albuquerque and the Personal Computer Revolution Gallery. The NM Highlands University Department of Media Arts & Technology, at The Museum, is offering four workshops.
Prehistoric Preschool is a Museum program for 3-5 year-olds and their adult companions to explore natural history topics in a supportive and fun atmosphere.
STARTUP for Students! Explore the Museum's STARTUP: Albuquerque and the Personal Computer Revolution Gallery. The NM Highlands University Department of Media Arts & Technology, at The Museum, is offering four workshops.
STARTUP for Students! Explore the Museum's STARTUP: Albuquerque and the Personal Computer Revolution Gallery. The NM Highlands University Department of Media Arts & Technology, at The Museum, is offering four workshops.