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Join us May 25: Weaving story, culture and landscape through filmmaking with Jill Momaday

Wednesday, May 25, 5:30 p.m. to 7 p.m., Arthur Bell Auditorium, Harwood Museum of Art, Taos, NM
Oklahoma State University's Doel Reed Center in Taos and The Harwood Museum of Art invite you to an evening with Jim and Linda Burke Visiting Scholar, Jill Momaday.
Weaving story, culture and landscape through filmaking:
An evening with Jill Momaday screening and discussing her PBS documentary, Return to Rainy Mountain." A visual and poetic journey through storied landscape, Kiowa oral tradition, family and cultural identity. The screening will be followed by discussion, a brief reading and a Q&A session.
Jill Momaday is  a mother, actor, writer, and filmmaker whose film, Return to Rainy Mountain (PBS), documents her Kiowa heritage and life in the arts as the daughter of Pulitzer Prize-winning author, N. Scott Momaday.

Exhibition of Doel Reed's Work Featured in American Fine Art Magazine

Sun Patterns, Dark Canyon: The Paintings and Aquatints of Doel Reed is set to be shown at Taos Art Museum at Fechin House May 24 to Aug. 28. The exhibition is featured in the May-June 2022 edition of American Fine Art Magazine.

Writers' Workshop Hosted at the Doel Reed Center

Top OSU scholars who were awarded nominations for some of the most prestigious awards and scholarships are invited to participate in a workshop each year.

Participants Share Their Leisure Learning Experience

For years, many friends and alumni have taken advantage of the leisure learning courses offered at the majestic and historic Doel Reed Center for the Arts. It’s truly a unique experience with each year bringing a wide array of course offerings. We talked to sisters and OSU alumnae, Phyllis Hudecki and Jody Simpson, who offered three reasons you should consider joining us next summer in Taos for Leisure Learning Courses.

Letter from the Chair -

Joy Hadwiger

Central to Martha Reed’s vision for her bequest of the family property was that the facility serves as an educational center. The academic courses offered each summer provide an opportunity for students to experience learning in an environment far different from the one they enjoy in Stillwater.
Many students who participate in the Doel Reed Center’s academic programs do so with the generous support of donors. This enriching experience is critical to the mission of the Center. Looking forward, we hope to expand the academic offerings to provide additional courses from more diverse colleges at additional times during the year. As we involve more students in academic study at the Doel Reed Center, the need for additional scholarship support will also grow. 

What's Happening?

Besides the Academic Credit and Leisure Learning Courses, the Doel Reed Center in Taos holds talks and workshops throughout the year.

Previous Talks and Workshops

The Doel Reed Center hosts talks and workshops by distinctive visiting Artists and Scholars


Check recent and archive newsletters of The Doel Reed Center in Taos.


Annual Burns and Ann Hargis Writers’ Workshop held at OSU Doel Reed Center Annual Burns and Ann Hargis Writers’ Workshop held at OSU Doel Reed Center Jan 25

The tranquil environment and picturesque views of Taos, New Mexico, provided the perfect environment for a prestigious group of scholars to participate in the annual Burns and Ann Hargis Writers’ Workshop.

OSU Doel Reed Center partners with local Taos charter school OSU Doel Reed Center partners with local Taos charter school Oct 19

More arts, more inspiration and more hope are on the menu for students at the Taos Integrated School for the Arts as a new partnership with Oklahoma State University’s Doel Reed Center has begun. The first event for TISA students was held at the Doel Reed Center in June.



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