Article & Blog Results for native american pueblos

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Excellent Eats

Authentic Philly cheesesteaks in Santa Fe, Shake Foundation opens and a free chocolate talk.

January 30, 2014

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Native Treasures Announces 2014 Award Recipients

Joe and Althea Cajero named Museum of Indian Arts & Culture (MIAC) Living Treasures for 2014

by Staff publication SantaFe.com

January 9, 2014

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IAIA Announces New B.F.A. Degree in Cinematic Arts & Technology

Commission Approves IAIA's New Cinematic Arts Program

by Staff publication SantaFe.com

October 28, 2013

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Navajo TIME 2013: Chaco Canyon

An 'Interactive Sonic Demonstration' from Raven Chacon and Robert Henke

by Staff publication SantaFe.com

September 13, 2013

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Indian Market Feasts

Dine on the foods of the Pueblo people during Santa Fe's Indian Market

August 14, 2013

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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

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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

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August Food Fun

Santa Fe Spirits, Shops at the Farmers Market, Culinary Arts at the Indian Market and the Bell Tower at La Fonda

August 4, 2013

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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. "

by Richard Polsky publication THE magazine

July 30, 2013

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Patricia Michaels Continues to Make the Cut on ‘Project Runway’

"My heart is with the Lady from Taos Pueblo"

April 1, 2013

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Taos Pueblo Designer Patricia Michaels Continues to Shine on ‘Project Runway’

"Patricia Micheals is a fashion force and as a hometown girl she deserves the entire community to raise a cheer and root her on"

February 11, 2013

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Above the Fray: Taos Pueblo Fashion Designer Makes Impression on ‘Project Runway’

"Taos Pueblo's own couture fashion designer is making national and international waves as an innovative designer on the popular award-winning reality series."

January 31, 2013

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The Mimbres and Acoma Pueblo Pottery

Art of a vanished race...

by Dr. Leona Zastrow publication Santa Fe Sun Monthly

January 8, 2013

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Santa Fe Artists Collaborate to Create Art Piece for Thunderbird Bar & Grill

...blending hand-drawn illustrations, computer generated designs and hand-painted images to create a late 19th century-style map depicting a buffalo hunt.

by Editor publication SantaFe.com

January 7, 2013

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Native Treasures: Holiday-Time Ceremonies and Dances of The Eight Northern Pueblos of New Mexico

"Tribal dances and feast days open to the public during this time of the year can become part of your holiday tradition"

by Greta Chapin McGill publication SantaFe.com

December 5, 2012

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Students Share the Art of Recycling: Hands On Glassblowing Event at IAIA

“ 'Glass is exciting, hot, gestural and like molten honey on the end of a honey wand,' Neff shares"

by Staci Golar publication SantaFe.com

October 25, 2012

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Metal and Mud – Iron and Pottery: Museum Exhibit Opening Nov. 17

"The exhibition, "Metal and Mud", showcases the work of 10 Spanish Market artists who use iron and micaceous clay"

by Editor publication SantaFe.com

October 11, 2012

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From the Faraway Nearby, No. 2

“Isa and Ivan Barnett in Philadelphia exhibition…”

October 4, 2012

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Awakening - Talking, Feeling, Willing/Doing: Part 3

"“ 'Getting better' takes place in stages"

October 3, 2012

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Pablita Velarde Museum to open

“Santa Fe's newest museum opens to the public…”

September 14, 2012

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Michael Naranjo – Inner vision

“The vision of his heart…”

September 6, 2012

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A Crowded Gallery Season

“Bursting at the seams…”

August 13, 2012

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I Was Godfather to Them: Diego de Vargas and the Reconquest of New Mexico

The annual Santa Fe Fiesta lecture

by Editor publication SantaFe.com

August 8, 2012

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Preparing for the Santa Fe Indian Market

Indian Market Celebrates Traditional Native Arts

by Lynn Cline publication SantaFe.com

August 8, 2012

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Uniting as One Voice to Sustain our Native Culture

"...the time has come for more of the U.S. population to stand up and be a voice for the equality and justice the Native American people truly deserve."

by Faren Dancer publication SantaFe.com

August 3, 2012

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Saint Kateri

"Lily of the Mohawks..."

July 26, 2012

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Native American Portraits: Points of Inquiry

"The exhibit pulls some of the most beautiful and elegant portraits from the collections of the Palace of the Governors Photo Archives"

May 15, 2012

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Romancing Santa Fe

"Santa Fe offers endless ways to celebrate this day devoted to romance"

by Lynn Cline publication SantaFe.com

January 27, 2012

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Margarete Bagshaw: Breaking the Rules at MIAC

"Just call her an artist..."

January 18, 2012 Galleries, Culture

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Thanksgiving Leftovers and Other Holiday Treats and Traditions

"The feasting never ends..."

by Tom Maguire publication SantaFe.com

November 28, 2011

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Interview with George Rivera, Governor of Pojoaque Pueblo

"SantaFe.com sat down with Governor Rivera in his office at Buffalo Thunder for a special interview to talk about his vision for the future of Pojoaque..."

by Greta Chapin McGill publication SantaFe.com

November 1, 2011

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Kasha-Katuwe: Reaching Cochiti Pueblo’s Tent Rocks

"People have lived in this area, according to archaeological research, for over 4000 years..."

October 26, 2011 Outdoors, Parks & Recreation, Museums

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Woven Identities – Basketry Art from the Collections

“… the oldest basket dates to 1200 A.D.…”

October 25, 2011 Culture, Museums

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Radical Jewelry Makeover, Oct. 21-28

"Transforms adornment into activism, one piece at a time..."

October 14, 2011 Galleries, Education

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Adobe Architecture and Fine Art

"Softly shaped adobe forms of the Pueblo Revival architecture hold a romantic attraction for many."

September 20, 2011 Museums, Home & Garden

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SFCC welcomes these master ceramicists.

Master Uzbekistan Ceramic artists at Santa Fe Community College, Sept. 22

"The Santa Fe Community College welcomes master ceramicists from Uzbekistan for an educational exchange and pottery demonstration... "

by Editor publication SantaFe.com

September 19, 2011

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Enchanted Odds, Aug. 19

Tesuque, Pojoaque post gaming Increases; slight increases statewide

August 22, 2011 Services, Business Services, Casinos

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At the Artist’s Table To Benefit Education and the Arts

"Rainmaker Dinner with Sakiestewa and Roetzer"

by Editor publication SantaFe.com

August 10, 2011

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New Mexico Indian Casinos: Largest to Smallest

"There are 14 Native American tribes operating 20 casinos in New Mexico and just like Las Vegas, there are the mega casinos and the little ones..."

July 16, 2011 Business Services, Casinos

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Wild to the Heart # 2

One of the most notorious events occurred when the inhabitants of Acoma pueblo revolted unsuccessfully against the Spanish...

June 13, 2011 Education, Parks & Recreation, Spirituality, Museums

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Wild to the Heart # 1

The raven looks out the window from the corner of my desk...

June 13, 2011 Outdoors, Education, Museums

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Gaming is Big Business

The possibility of a casino in Anthony, New Mexico along the New Mexico/Texas border is still alive...

June 9, 2011 Nightlife, Casinos

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The History of Legalized Gambling in New Mexico - Part II

...Las Vegas style gambling would be the death of the industry...

June 9, 2011 Outdoors, Museums, Nightlife, Casinos

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The History of Legalized Gambling in New Mexico - Part I

New Mexico had long attracted Texas money...

June 9, 2011 Outdoors, Museums, Nightlife, Casinos

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