New Mexico History Museum Presents "Cowboys Real and Imagined": Opening April 14
"Landscape photography is the supreme test of the photographer—and often the supreme disappointment"
"This series of films explores the intersection between art and the natural world..."
"I find her pictures, in spite of the subject matter, to be strangely beautiful"
'The City of Santa Fe Arts Commission offers business development assistance for artists...'
A Women's History Month Lecture
Professor Kathleen Walkup discusses the history of women printers in a free lecture March 22
March 22, 2013 • Art Markets & Galleries
'St. John’s College honors outstanding New Mexico artists who produce exemplary work in the Spanish Colonial tradition.'
"High Mayhem is run by its members and volunteers who refer to the establishment as a not-for-profit emerging arts facility."
"The fourth annual “Art of Systems Biology and Nanoscience” event is a two-day public celebration of new and fascinating ideas and images .."
A new exhibit explores how technology affects nostalgia
Opening Sunday, March 3
"Quilts in the exhibit will illustrate the changes in everyday life that occurred when families moved west"
"State of Mind: New California Art Circa 1970," "Linda Mary Montano: Always Creative" and "Mungo Thomson: Time, People, Money, Crickets"
February 14, 2013 • Art Markets & Galleries, Authors & Literature, Automotive, Business, Community, Culture, Education, Lectures & Workshops, Entertainment & Nightlife, Family, Festivals, Food, Green Living, Health & Beauty, Home & Garden, Local News & Sports, Lodging & Travel, Nonprofit, Outdoors & Recreation, Performing Arts, Real Estate, Shopping, Spirituality & Religion, Weddings
Weekend of February 8
Our staff picks for the weekend
An exhibition of more than 200 handcrafrted Japanese kites
""Arends is someone who has navigated as the crow flies from his years as a young painter to his maturity as an artist..."
The museum embodies both architecture and art, two of the cornerstones of Santa Fe’s essential identity