"For the Love of the Arroyo," an exhibition of landscapes by local artists running May 21 to June 18. The Southwest will be open Saturdays and Sundays during the show's short run. (It's four weeks but really only 9 days.)
It's unusual for a museum to go to the trouble of organizing an exhibition, only to have it up such a limited time. It sounds like the Autry is more interested in proving it did a community-friendly show than in having very many people see it.
Shown is The Devil's Gate by Michael Egede-Nissen.