Join Us for D.H. Lawrence Centenary Celebration

The English Department is thrilled to present the D.H. Lawrence Centenary Weekend Celebration September 16-17, 2022 in Taos, New Mexico

We hope you’ll join us for one or all of the events planned:

A film screening of “D.H. Lawrence in Taos”  


1968, d. Peter Davis

Friday, September 16th

7 pm 

The Harwood Museum of Art 

238 Ledoux Street, Taos, NM 

Followed by a Q&A with Bill Haller, president of the Taos Friends of D.H. Lawrence chapter.  

Free, but tickets must be reserved through the Harwood Museum website 

A Poets’ Brunch Fundraiser for the D.H. Lawrence Ranch 


Saturday, September 17 th

11 am 

Taos Country Club 

54 Golf Course Drive, Ranchos de Taos, NM 

$40 per person. Reservations required. 

Please email for more information 

Frieda Lost and Found: Uncovering Treasures and Stories at the D.H. Lawrence Ranch


A recently rediscovered painting on view

Saturday, September 17th

2 pm 

The Harwood Museum of Art 

238 Ledoux Street, Taos, NM 

Free but tickets must be reserved through the Harwood Museum website:

The University of New Mexico is embarking on a multi-layered project for stabilization, preservation, and restoration of properties included in the D.H. Lawrence/Kiowa Ranch National Register Historic District. UNM Museum Studies Professor Audra Bellmore and Shawn Evans, Principal with Atkin Olshin Schade Architects, offer a short lecture which overviews forthcoming plans and some recent activities at the ranch, including the discovery, in February 2022, of a long missing oil painting of Frieda Lawrence in a barn on the property.

The 4th Annual D.H. Lawrence Lecture 


Saturday, September 17th

5 pm 

Taos Community Center Auditorium 

145 Paseo Del Pueblo Norte, Taos, NM 


Join Professor Sharon Oard Warner, University of New Mexico, Professor Jim Moran, University of Nottingham, and Taos Onstage for the World Premier of D.H. Lawrence’s unfinished play, Altitude. 


The evening begins with a short historical background of the characters and Lawrence’s time  in Taos, continues with a talk on coterie theater and a staged reading. We’ll conclude with a talkback session facilitated by Dr. Moran.


Made possible in part by the New Mexico Humanities Council and the National Endowment for the Humanities

Also, this weekend in Taos is the Paseo Project 2022 and we encourage you to enjoy their fantastic lineup of events, sunset to 11pm, September 16 and 17. Find out more at