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Local Ceramic Artists Encouraged to Submit to South Korean Ceramics Festival

The festival will take place September 28 to October 20, 2013 in Seolbong Park, Icheon, Gyeonggi-do, Republic of Korea.

by Staff publication SantaFe.com

August 19, 2013 Art Markets & Galleries, Community, Culture

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Free Admission to Downtown Santa Fe State Museums During Indian Market Weekend

'Explore the art and history of New Mexico for free this Saturday and Sunday, Aug. 17 and 18...'

by Staff publication SantaFe.com

August 14, 2013 Art Markets & Galleries, Community, Culture

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Local Mariachi Recruited to Perform at Chinese Music Fest

Mariachi Mestizo will perform at the 2013 ZhangJiaJie International Country Music Festival

by Staff

August 7, 2013 Community, Culture, Local News & Sports

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Everyday Green: Tribal Museums and Cultural Centers

"Preserving the diversity of traditions, lifeways and cultural values is a core concern in New Mexico’s rural and tribal communities."

publication Green Fire Times

August 5, 2013 Art Markets & Galleries, Community, Culture, Green Living

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Tewa Women United

"Tewa Women United (TWU) is a collective of intertribal, multicultural women who reside in the Tewa Pueblo homelands of northern New Mexico."

publication Green Fire Times

August 5, 2013 Community, Culture, Green Living

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Climate Change Impacts to Tribes in the Southwestern United States

"For Southwestern tribes, the impacts of climate change threaten local infrastructure, access to culturally significant plant and animal species, food sovereignty, water resources and traditional lifeways."

publication Green Fire Times

August 5, 2013 Culture, Green Living

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Add Some Spice to Your Cultural Stew

Ideas to get you out of your entertainment rut

by Staff publication SantaFe.com

August 1, 2013 Community, Culture, Entertainment & Nightlife, Family

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Matthew Gray: MULE

"Matthew Gray’s show MULE uses two tons of hard candy, plywood, spray paint, and glitter to create large-scale installations that suggest extravagant window displays while questioning forms of high and low art."

publication THE magazine

July 30, 2013 Art Markets & Galleries, Culture, Entertainment & Nightlife, Food

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Swimming In The Deep End: The Work of Tony Abeyta

"I soon discovered that Abeyta had simultaneously created three distinctive bodies of work: landscapes, kachinas, and what he calls 'analogous forms and shapes,' which reference music. My favorite Abeytas are the landscapes that depict adobes. "

publication THE magazine

July 30, 2013 Art Markets & Galleries, Authors & Literature, Culture

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Currents: 2013 Santa Fe International New Media Festival – The Future is Here, That Much is Clear

"While traditional media will not disappear, the artmaking field has expanded in marvelous ways, asking for a more open and tolerant kind of attention than we may be accustomed to paying."

publication THE magazine

July 30, 2013 Art Markets & Galleries, Culture, Festivals

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Nah Poeh Meng (The Continuous Path)

The Continuous Path—on view at the Poeh Museum, in Pojoaque, portrays the Pueblo worldview of their history through both traditional and contemporary art, sculpture, historic reproductions, stories.

publication THE magazine

July 30, 2013 Art Markets & Galleries, Authors & Literature, Community, Culture, Education Lectures & Workshops

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The New Mexico Museum of Art Presents CIPX 2013

Artist/photographer Will Wilson returns to the New Mexico Museum of Art reprises his Critical Indigenous Photographic Exchange project

by Editor publication SantaFe.com

July 17, 2013 Art Markets & Galleries, Culture

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Stands With A Fist: Contemporary Native Women Artists

'If there is anything that ties their art together, it could be irony or even inscrutability.'

publication THE magazine

July 5, 2013 Art Markets & Galleries, Culture

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Museum of Spanish Colonial Arts Showcases 18th Century Santero and Cartographer

Legacy of Don Bernardo Miera y Pacheco explored in lectures, booksignings

by Editor publication SantaFe.com

July 3, 2013 Art Markets & Galleries, Culture

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