July 10, 2014

More than a Market

Santa Fe's International Folk Art Market is more than just a market with additional community events including a drumming performance, July 8, by Las Alegres Ambulancias and other local groups, and a free community celebration, July 10, that offers unique artist demonstrations, poetry readings, musical performances and food from a variety of local vendors.

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World Exchange

As part of the world's largest folk art market of its kind, more than 150 artists from 60 different countries come to Santa Fe to sell their unique native work and share their stories at Museum Hill, July 10-13. 

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Night at the Ballet

Aspen Santa Fe Ballet brings an inspiring program of stunning works to the Lensic, July 11 & 12. The promising performances include The Square None Norbert de la Cruz III, the poetic Return to a Strange Land and The Heart(s)pace.

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KD's Kirtan

Grammy-nominated singer Krishna Das brings his traditional call-and-response Kirtan chanting to the Greer Garson Theatre in support of his new album, "Kirtan Wallah," July 10 and 11. 

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Do the Time Warp

The Santa Fe Independent Film Festival presents a free outdoor screening of "The Rocky Horror Picture Show," Saturday, July 12 at the Railyard Park. The night's events include an after-party, costume contest and shadow cast.

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Bandstand Live!

The 2014 Santa Fe Bandstand returns to the historic Plaza with free, live evening performances running through August 28. This week's performances:

Opera Season

This week at the Santa Fe Opera features spectacular productions of Gaetano Donizetti's opera buffa "Don Pasquale" (July 9), Georges Bizet's tragedy "Carmen" (July 11) and Ludwig van Beethoven's only opera, "Fidelio" (July 12).

Toasting the 500th

KBAC’s most popular specialty show, Toast-n-Jam, celebrates its 500th episode at Second Street Brewery, July 10. Festivities take place all day with an anniversary specials menu, extended happy hour, musical performances and an appearance by Toast-n-Jam host, the Mighty D. 

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ART Fair

Established in 1995, ART Santa Fe celebrates its fourteenth fair, July 10-13, showcasing a high-class mix of contemporary galleries from all over the globe, cutting-edge art installations and new, emerging and established artists and dealers at the Santa Fe Community Convention Center. 

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Go Greek

The 17th annual Santa Fe Greek Festival celebrates Greek culture with a wide array of food, pastries, music, dancing and beer and wine at the Eldorado Hotel & Spa, July 12 & 13. 

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SITElines Presents

SITE Santa Fe's biennial exhibition brings contemporary art from the Americas to the city different, July 17-19. SITElines 2014: Unsettled Landscapes features new and existing works by various artists and artist collaboratives, ranging from Nunavut in northernmost Canada to Tierra del Fuego at the southernmost tip of South America.  

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Música, Arte and Más

The ¡Viva Mexico! Celebration at El Rancho de las Golondrinas features music, arts, food, crafts and other cultural events rarely experienced outside of Mexico, July 19 & 20. 

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Play Ball!

The sweet smell of Cracker Jacks, cut grass and mitt leather is in the air as baseball season heats up in New Mexico. The Albuquerque Isotopes and Santa Fe Fuego play home games through the summer.

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