This Georgia O'Keeffe Museum Research Center houses some of the Georgia O’Keeffe Museum staff offices, resident fellow offices, as well as the Engl Library and Archive. The Research Center is located in the historic Otero-Bergere House. For assistance or questions about accessibility at the building, please contact the library.
The library and archive supports the Museum’s exhibitions, collections, and activities through research services and resources with an emphasis on studies of Georgia O’Keeffe and her contemporaries, related regional histories, and Modernism. The library and archive makes accessible a variety of materials to support research conducted by the public and the Museum’s staff.
The garden is enhanced with plants that were the subjects of O’Keeffe’s paintings and features O'Keeffe's cast aluminum sculpture "Abstraction" (cast 1979/1980).
Typically open to the public daily, 8AM-5PM. Complimentary self-guided tours are available.
Visitors touring the Engl Library and Archive will learn about the role of the library and archive and see a variety of displays from the Museum’s collections like Georgia O’Keeffe’s personal libraries, the archive collections, artist and source materials, and rotating artworks.