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Events for September 2014

September 1, 2014
Historical Downtown Walking Tours
10:15 am
Continues through September 30, 2014

Starting from April 14 and continuing through October 11, learn about the history of Santa Fe on a Downtown Walking Tour led by New Mexico History Museum/Palace of the Governors guides every Monday through Saturday. Gather at the Palace Courtyard’s Blue Gate just south of the History Museum entrance at 113 Lincoln Avenue at 10:15 am. Cost: $10; children 16 and under free when with an adult. Museum guides do not accept tips. (No tours on Saturdays when large events are held on the Plaza, such as Spanish Market and Santa Fe Fiesta.)
New Mexico History Museum
September 3, 2014
A Palace in Need of Repair: 1660-1720
The Santa Fe Fiesta Lecture
6:00 pm to 7:30 pm
The Palace of the Governors, begun in 1609, remains the nation’s oldest continuously occupied government building. But before and especially after the 1680 Pueblo Revolt and 1693 Reconquest, one of the most common complaints found in early descriptions of it came down to four important words: “In need of repair.” Over and over, the phrase crops up in the historical record. For the museum’s annual Santa Fe Fiesta Lecture, noted archaeologist Cordelia “Dedie” Thomas Snow pulls together the various citations of that phrase to imagine how the Palace looked and what life in Santa Fe was like. “A Palace in Need of Repair: 1660-1720” is at 6 pm on Wednesday, Sept. 3, in the History Museum auditorium. Admission is $5 at the door; free to members of the Palace Guard, the museum’s friends’ group. (To join the Palace Guard, call the Museum of New Mexico Foundation at 982-6366, ext. 100.)  
New Mexico History Museum
September 5, 2014
Mirror of Time: Cased Portraits from the Dawn of Photography
A Free First Friday Gallery Talk
6:00 pm to 7:00 pm
From 1839 into the 1860s, people held their loved ones’ images as daguerreotypes or ambrotypes tucked into hinged cases. The cases protected the images from exposure to the ravages of air—but that also bars them from public display. Toxic to produce, they are increasingly difficult to find, but the Palace of the Governors Photo Archives owns several hundred. Join Photo Archivist Daniel Kosharek for "Mirror of Time: Cased Portraits from the Dawn of Photography," as he pulls a few from storage for this special one-time viewing in the museum lobby. Free museum admission to everyone from 5 to 8 pm.
New Mexico History Museum
September 10, 2014
Edmund G. Ross: A Profile in Courage
A Brainpower & Brownbags Lecture
Noon to 1:00 pm
By the time he became the New Mexico Territory’s 13 th governor, Edmund G. Ross had played a key roles as an abolitionist, journalist and Union officer. Join Richard Ruddy as he talks about Ross, the subject of his award-winning biography, Edmund G. Ross: Soldier, Senator, Abolitionist (University of New Mexico Press, 2013). The Brainpower & Brownbags Lectures are free and open to the public. Enter the Meem Community Room through the museum’s Washington Avenue doors.
New Mexico History Museum
September 12, 2014
Friends of Archaeology Canyons of the Ancients

Continues through September 16, 2014

Under the leadership of OAS Director Eric Blinman and BLM archaeologists, Friends of Archaeology will receive orientation and a tour of the Canyons of the Ancients National Monument, comprising 183,000 acres of diverse geography, history and culture in the SW corner of Colorado. The tour will include an immense artifact collection at the Anasazi Heritage Center, headquarters for the Monument just west of Dolores, CO, followed by four days of exploring and hiking in the multiple canyons and mesas of the area. Lodging is not included, although some meals may be. Difficulty will range from easy to strenuous. Most sites will have no facilities. Final cost to be determined. Reserve your space starting May 13, 2014 at 12:01 a.m. by calling 505-982-7799 x 5. Please check here  and here  for updates. To become a FOA member, click here .  
Office of Archaeological Studies
September 12, 2014
Music at the Museum
5:30 pm
Continues through October 31, 2014

Every Friday from 5:30-7:30pm
New Mexico Museum of Art
September 13, 2014
Sanatoriums of New Mexico Book Talk
2:00 pm to 2:00 pm

Lincoln Historic Site
September 13, 2014
26th Annual Frontier Day Celebration
9:30 am to 4:30 pm
Take a trip back in time and honor the civilians and soldiers who lived at the fort and protected local residents.
Fort Selden Historic Site
September 13, 2014
Three Films about Photography
2:00 pm
Continues through November 2, 2014

Part of our year-long celebration of photography.  St. Francis Auditorium.  2:00 to about 3:30 pm.     Free.
New Mexico Museum of Art
September 14, 2014
Revolutions, Big and Small
Special Community Conversations with Cut+Paste Society
2:00 pm to 3:30 pm
Artist and writers share a defining moment that shaped the course of their creative lives, followed by a group conversation.  2pm-3:30pm in The Parlor
New Mexico Museum of Art
September 16, 2014
Teacher Open House
5:00 pm to 7:00 pm
How can the New Mexico History Museum/Palace of the Governors improve your classroom offerings this year? Find out at our Teacher Open House 5–7 pm on Tuesday, September 16, 2014. Educators of all kinds are invited to this free event to collect resources for the classroom and learn about the programs and exhibition opportunities during the 2014-2015 school year. Enjoy short presentations and meet museum educators who can help support your classroom lessons. Explore our menu of current offerings for students, see the exhibits, plus enjoy a sneak peek at new education initiatives and upcoming exhibitions. Learn how to schedule a group visit and find out about the Hands on History and Routes and Roots programs, as well as online activities for before- and after-school trips. Meet fellow educators from the region, share ideas and get inspired by demonstrations and hands-on activities. We’ll offer light refreshments, door prizes, and free educational materials.
New Mexico History Museum
September 17, 2014
Let’s Take A Look
Curators Look at Your Treasures
Noon to 2:00 pm
During this time, curators from The Museum of Indian Arts and Culture and The Laboratory of Anthropology are in the lobby of MIAC to look at your treasures. These curators will attempt to identify and explain any artifact or historic object presented to them. The event is always FREE and open to the public. Federal and State regulations prohibit the curators from appraising any artifact.
Museum of Indian Arts and Culture
September 19, 2014
Annual Governor’s Awards for Excellence in the Arts
Public Awards Ceremony
5:15 pm to 5:15 pm
St. Francis Auditorium 5:15-7pm
New Mexico Museum of Art
September 19, 2014
Governor’s Awards Honoree’s Exhibition
3:30 pm to 4:30 pm
3:30-4:30pm on 4th Floor of State Capital
New Mexico Museum of Art
September 19, 2014
Friends of Folk Art: Anniversary Party
5:30 pm to 8:00 pm
The Folk Art Committee is sponsoring a celebration of 20+ years of fun, friends, and fundraising by the Friends of Folk Art (FOFA). Surprises await you at this event celebrating FOFA’s past, present and future! This is a free event for current FOFA members (and their guests who want to learn more about Friends of Folk Art). Current members (and new members) will receive one copy of  The First 20+ Years of Friends of Folk Art: A History, A Tribute and a Memoir 1992-2014 . Enjoy the festivities, drinks, and hors d’oeuvres. Advance reservations required for all attendees including guests. R.S.V.P. by calling the Friends of Folk Art hotline 505.476.1201. 
Museum of International Folk Art
September 20, 2014
Native New Mexico: A Celebration of Native People along the Camino Real
9:00 am to 5:00 pm

El Camino Real Historic Trail Site
September 20, 2014
Screening of The Great Raid
A special event at the Jean Cocteau Cinema
1:40 pm to 3:40 pm
As part of the exhibit, Before Bataan: New Mexico’s 200 th Coast Artillery , the Jean Cocteau Cinema will screen John Dahl’s 2005 film, The Great Raid , at 1:40 pm on Saturday, September 20. Starring Benjamin Bratt and Joseph Fiennes, the film is adapted from William’s Breuer’s The Great Raid on Cabanatuan and Hampton Sides’ Ghost Soldiers , books that dealt with the experience known today as the Bataan Death March. From Sept. 16 through Oct. 12, the Palace of the Governors Photo Archives will mount a special exhibition at the Jean Cocteau featuring 10 of those images. The exhibit represents a collaboration between the theater and the New Mexico History Museum’s Palace of the Governors Photo Archives. Before Bataan: New Mexico’s 200 th Coast Artillery is open for viewing between 1 and 8 pm daily. The Jean Cocteau is at 418 Montezuma Avenue, in the Santa Fe Railyard.
New Mexico History Museum
September 21, 2014
Turquoise Perspectives and Meanings
Dan Simplicio
1:00 pm to 2:00 pm
Dan Simplicio, a descendent of the famed Zuni jewelry artist of the same name and a noted scholar, will speak about Zuni traditions for using turquoise. This lecture is free with museum admission.
Museum of Indian Arts and Culture
September 26, 2014
CANCELLED: 9th Annual Palace Gem & Mineral Show
9:00 am
Continues through September 28, 2014

A preservation project in the Palace Courtyard has caused us to cancel this year’s gem show. We plan to return to our regular, annual event in 2015. Build your collection with authentic gems and minerals offered by miners, traders and jewelers in the shady Palace Courtyard. Learn more about geodes, fossils, opals, turquoise and more. Entry is free through the Blue Gate south of the History Museum’s main entrance on Lincoln Avenue.
New Mexico History Museum
September 27, 2014
After Action: Talking Service for Veterans
2:00 pm to 3:30 pm
Santa Fe Community College and the New Mexico History Museum are bringing a national program for veterans to Santa Fe. Using the Great Books Foundation’s “Talking Service” program, the free four-week reading and discussion group uses literature to help veterans talk about their service and their experiences coming home. After Action: Talking Service for Veterans begins in the History Museum’s Meem Community Room on September 27 and runs four Saturdays, from 2–3:30 pm, through October 18. Space is limited. To register, call SFCC’s Continuing Education Department at 505-428-1676. This partnership is supported by the New Mexico Humanities Council, which is mounting similar programs across the state.
New Mexico History Museum
September 27, 2014
Painting the Divine Symposium: Mary in the New World
A Painting the Divine event
9:30 am
Continues through September 28, 2014

Learn from leading scholars on Spanish colonial devotional art, listen to Renaissance music and take a peek into La Conquistadora’s closet during the Painting the Divine Symposium: Mary in the New World. This free event, organized by Josef Díaz, co-curator of the exhibit, Painting the Divine: Images of Mary in the New World , takes place Saturday–Sunday, Sept. 27–28, at the New Mexico History Museum in Santa Fe. No registration is required. Come for a little or take it all in. The talks will take place in the museum’s auditorium. Special events include a book signing, wine reception and guided tour of the Cathedral Basilica of St. Francis of Assisi.  
New Mexico History Museum
September 28, 2014
Festival of The Drum
Drums from All Cultures
11:00 am to 4:00 pm
Enjoy an afternoon celebrating the drums of many peoples. See and hear Japanese style Taiko Drummers, the acrobatic Lion Dance of Asia, a fife and drum corps, and more. All interspersed with Native drums and drummers celebrating the drum and the museum’s exhibition Heartbeat: Music of the Native Southwest .  
Museum of Indian Arts and Culture
September 28, 2014
Family Fun Day
Upstairs/Downstairs
1:00 pm to 4:00 pm
Special joint Family Day with the Georgia O’Keeffe Museum 1-4pm
New Mexico Museum of Art


On Exhibit during September 2014

Through October 12, 2014
Local Color: Judy Chicago in New Mexico 1984-2014
Marking both her seventy-fifth birthday and three decades of living and working in New Mexico, Local Color: Judy Chicago in New Mexico 1984-2014 opens at the New Mexico Museum of Art June 6, 2014 and runs through October 12, 2014. The exhibition will focus on both large-scale public projects and smaller-scale personal artworks and will be among the first to focus on recent works by Judy Chicago.
New Mexico Museum of Art
Through October 12, 2014
Donald Woodman: Transformed by New Mexico
Beginning with his early years working as a research photographer at the Sacramento Peak Solar Observatory in southern New Mexico, photographer Donald Woodman honed his photographic vision first through stars and clouds and then through sandy soil, majestic peaks and his own interior life. Donald Woodman: Transformed by New Mexico explores that journey through a series of photographs on exhibit February 23 through October 12, 2014, in the New Mexico History Museum’s Mezzanine Gallery. Transformed by New Mexico is one of the commemorations of the History Museum’s fifth anniversary, a yearlong series of exhibits and events celebrating all the museum has accomplished since its opening in May 2009.
New Mexico History Museum
Through October 12, 2014
Before Bataan: New Mexico’s 200th Coast Artillery
In August 1940, talk of war swirled around Camp Luna near Las Vegas, N.M. The 1,800 men of New Mexico’s 200 th Coast Artillery Regiment gathered there to train one last time on home soil before heading to the Philippines. A photographer was there, capturing images of youth and dedication, young men unaware of the ordeals they soon would face. On Sept. 16 through Oct. 12, the Palace of the Governors Photo Archives will mount a special exhibition at the Jean Cocteau Cinema featuring 10 of those images. The exhibit represents a collaboration between the theater and the New Mexico History Museum’s Palace of the Governors Photo Archives. Before Bataan: New Mexico’s 200 th Coast Artillery is open for viewing between 1 and 8 pm daily. The Jean Cocteau is at 418 Montezuma Avenue, in the Santa Fe Railyard.
New Mexico History Museum
Through December 7, 2014
FOCUS ON PHOTOGRAPHY CONTINUES WITH THREE NEW PHOTOGRAPHY EXHIBITIONS
Opening on August 28 is the second suite of exhibitions in the series  Focus on Photography : Delilah Montoya: Syncretism Cameraless ,  a group show of photographic prints made without using a camera Photo Lab , an evolving interactive space exploring photographic processes and ideas, featuring photography from the collection made with historic processes and mixed media The exhibition runs through December 7, 2014.  
New Mexico Museum of Art
Through December 30, 2014
Spotlight on Gustave Baumann
Gustave Baumann is one of New Mexico’s most treasured artists, known widely for his woodblock prints of Southwestern landscapes and traditions. The New Mexico Museum of Art has a comprehensive collection of Gustave Baumann’s work which includes prints, drawings, paintings, studies, furniture, and the eclectic menagerie of marionettes used to entertain generations of New Mexicans both young and old. Spotlight on Gustave Baumann opens February 1, 2014.
New Mexico Museum of Art
Through December 30, 2014
New Mexico Art Tells New Mexico History
Artists as diverse as E. Irving Couse, Joseph Henry Sharp, T.C. Cannon, Agnes Martin, Maria Martinez and Georgia O’Keeffe share the museum’s Clarke Gallery for New Mexico Art Tells New Mexico History. This exhibition, culled from the New Mexico Museum of Art’s collection, tells the many stories which make up New Mexico through the eyes of some of this state’s most respected artists. The exhibition opens at the New Mexico Museum of Art on February 1, 2014.
New Mexico Museum of Art
Through January 5, 2015
Native American Portraits: Points of Inquiry
More than 50 images from the Palace of the Governors Photo Archives  - along with contemporary images by Native photographers - document the changing perceptions of Native peoples over a span of almost 100 years.
Museum of Indian Arts and Culture
Through January 5, 2015
BRASIL & ARTE POPULAR
A fascinating range of unique and vibrant folk traditions are presented in BRASIL & ARTE POPULAR , an exhibition opening Sunday, November 17, 2013, at the Museum of International Folk Art. The exhibition runs through January 5, 2015. This show will feature over 300 pieces from the museum’s rich Brazilian collection: woodblock prints, colorful ceramic and wood folk sculptures, toys and puppets, religious art, festival costumes, and more.
Museum of International Folk Art
Through February 1, 2015
Toys and Games: A New Mexico Childhood
Museums often focus on how we worked, how we fought, the businesses we built, and the challenges we overcame – the adult side of life. But before we became hard workers, everyone was a child, and every child shaped his or her play-world with toys. From the homemade or passed down to those bought new, toys deeply impact how we fill our childhood worlds. The History Museum collections contain a range of examples of how we played, and in observance of our fifth anniversary, we’ll display some of the most exquisite pieces in an installation in our front window. Toys and Games: A New Mexico Childhood invites visitors to travel down memory lane while also introducing today’s children to the delights of childhood past.
New Mexico History Museum
Through February 15, 2015
Wooden Menagerie: Made in New Mexico
One of the most far-reaching exhibits of New Mexico animal wood carvings, Wooden Menagerie: Made in New Mexico, debuts at the Museum of International Folk Art on April 6, 2014 with 107 artworks made by such masters as Felipe Archuleta, Patrociñio Barela, and José Dolores López. The exhibition runs through February 15, 2015.
Museum of International Folk Art
Through February 23, 2015
Alcove Shows 1917 – 1927
The New Mexico Museum of Art presents Alcove Shows 1917 – 1927 featuring sixty-one art works by twenty-four artists in the museum’s permanent collection.  The exhibition is on view Aug 8, 2014 through Feb 23, 2015 with the opening reception on Thu, Aug 28, 2014 from 5:00-7:00 p.m. (Please note the day change as the annual Zozobra event is being held on the museum’s usual Friday opening evening.)  Guest curator MaLin Wilson Powell looked back at the first 10 years of exhibitions at the Museum of Art to draw a small selection of works by artists who exhibited during that time
New Mexico Museum of Art
Through March 29, 2015
Poetics of Light: Pinhole Photography
In an age when every cell phone can take a respectable picture, cameras as low-tech as an oatmeal box still beguile a legion of practitioners, both artistic and documentarian. With roots in the ancient discovery of the camera obscura, pinhole photography has enchanted artists from the 1880s through today. Opening April 27 (through March 29, 2015), Poetics of Light: Pinhole Photography , in the Herzstein Gallery of the New Mexico History Museum, explores a historical art form that exemplifies thoroughly contemporary ideals: Do-it-yourself handmade technology with a dash of steampunk style. Nearly 225 photographs and 40 cameras show how a light-tight box pierced by a hole and holding a piece of old-school film can reveal alternate versions of reality. At heart, photography is a method of capturing the way that light plays upon objects, the seen and the unseen—a visual form of poetry that extends beyond a literal representation whenever pinhole cameras are involved.
New Mexico History Museum
Through April 19, 2015
FOCUS ON PHOTOGRAPHY YEAR-LONG CYCLE OPENS IN MARCH WITH THREE PHOTOGRAPHY EXHIBITIONS AT NM MUSEUM OF ART
Focus on Photography is a year-long series of exhibitions opening March 7, 2014 at the New Mexico Museum of Art. Three simultaneous exhibitions kick off the series: the solo show Beneath our Feet: Photographs by Joan Myers ; the group show of landscape photographs titled Grounded ; and the Photo Lab , an evolving interactive space exploring photographic processes and ideas. Focus on Photography is a year-long series running March 7, 2014 until April 15, 2015.
New Mexico Museum of Art
Through May 24, 2015
Between Two Worlds: Folk Artists Reflect on the Immigrant Experience
The Gallery of Conscience is an experimental space where the public is invited to help shape the content and form of the exhibition through interactive elements and facilitated dialogues
Museum of International Folk Art
Through June 1, 2015
Footprints: The Inspiration and Influence of Allan Houser
The Museum of Indian Arts and Culture is proud to honor the hundreth birth year of Allan Houser with this exhibition of his sculptures and those of thirteen Native American artists whose lives he changed forever. Larry Ahvakana, Don Chunestudey, Cliff Fragua, Craig Dan Goseyun, Rollie Grandbois, Bob Haozous, Phillip Mangas Haozous, Doug Hyde, Oreland Joe, Tony Lee, Estella Loretto, Bill Prokopiof and Robert Shorty
Museum of Indian Arts and Culture
Through September 8, 2015
Heartbeat: Music of the Native Southwest
A celebration of sight, sound, and activity for visitors of all ages,  Heartbeat: Music of the Native Southwest , opens Sunday, September 29, 2013 at the Museum of Indian Arts and Culture. Over 100 objects relating to Southwestern Native dance and music will be featured, including a flute made by Grammy award-winning artist Robert Mirabal of Taos Pueblo. Collectively used for indigenous ritual performance, the drums, flutes, rasps, rattles, and clothing featured in the exhibition convey a richly layered message. Music, too, is integral to the ceremony—it is more than accompaniment for the dancers; each song is a prayer providing a pathway to the here and now and to the worlds beyond. The opening on Sunday, September 29, 2013 from 1 to 4 p.m.  will feature performances, demonstrations, hands-on activities for the entire family, and refreshments provided by the Women’s Board of the Museum of New Mexico.
Museum of Indian Arts and Culture
Through March 13, 2016
Painting the Divine: Images of Mary in the New World
A 1960s’ ecclesiastical wave of urban renewal inspired mission churches throughout the Americas to undergo renovations and, all too often, cast off centuries-old artwork. Charles W. Collier, a cultural attaché to Bolivia, and his wife, Nina Perera Collier, began purchasing and obtaining pieces that eventually formed the backbone of the International Institute of Iberian Colonial Art, once based at their Los Luceros estate in northern New Mexico. In 2005, with the promised construction of spacious galleries and a state-of-the-art collections vault at the New Mexico History Museum, the Institute donated 70 paintings and three sculptures. When Painting the Divine: Images of Mary in the New World opens on June 29, 35 of these 17 th - and 18 th -century masterpieces will share one exhibition space for the first time ever. Painting the Divine includes works from Spain’s three colonial capitals: Peru, Mexico and New Mexico. Together, they reveal how faith sustained Spanish colonists in harsh and remote frontiers and how their religious art evolved in those places.
New Mexico History Museum
Through May 2, 2016
Turquoise, Water, Sky: The Stone and Its Meaning
Turquoise, Water, Sky: The Stone and Its Meaning highlights the Museum’s extensive collection of Southwestern turquoise jewelry and presents all aspects of the stone, from geology, mining and history, to questions of authenticity and value. Hundreds of necklaces, bracelets, belts, rings, earrings, silver boxes and other objects illustrate the stone’s use and its deep significance to the people of the region.  
Museum of Indian Arts and Culture
on long-term display
The Buchsbaum Gallery of Southwestern Pottery
The Buchsbaum Gallery features each of the Pueblos of New Mexico and Arizona in a selection of pieces that represent the development of a community tradition. In addition, a changing area of the gallery, entitled Traditions Today highlights the evolving contemporary traditions of the ancient art of pottery making.
Museum of Indian Arts and Culture
on long-term display
Here, Now and Always
Here, Now, and Always is a major exhibition based on eight years of collaboration among Native American elders, artists, scholars, teachers, writers and museum professionals. Voices of fifty Native Americans guide visitors through the Southwest's indigenous communities and their challenging landscapes. More than 1,300 artifacts from the Museum's collections are displayed accompanied by poetry, story, song and scholarly discussion.
Museum of Indian Arts and Culture
on long-term display
Segesser Hide Paintings
Though the source of the Segesser Hide Paintings is obscure, their significance cannot be clearer: the hides are rare examples of the earliest known depictions of colonial life in the United States. Moreover, the tanned and smoothed hides carry the very faces of men whose descendants live in New Mexico today...
New Mexico History Museum
on long-term display
Santa Fe Found: Fragments of Time
Now 400 years old, Santa Fe was once an infant city on the remote frontier.  Santa Fe Found: Fragments of Time, on long-term exhibit in the Palace of the Governors, explores the archaeological evidence and historical documentation of the City Different before the Spanish arrived, as well as at the settling of the first colony in San Gabriel del Yungue, the founding of Santa Fe and its first 100 years as New Mexico’s first capital. Co-curated by Josef Diaz of the New Mexico History Museum/Palace of the Governors and Stephen Post of the DCA/Office of Archaeological Studies, Santa Fe Found collects more than 160 artifacts from four historic sites, along with maps, documents, household goods, weaponry and religious objects. Together, they tell the story of cultural encounters between early colonists and the Native Americans who had long called this place home.
New Mexico History Museum
on long-term display
Telling New Mexico: Stories from Then and Now
Telling New Mexico: Stories from Then and Now , the main exhibition of the New Mexico History Museum, sweeps across more than 500 years of stories - from early Native inhabitants to today's residents - told through artifacts, films, photographs, computer interactives, oral histories and more. Together, they breath life into the people who made the American West: Native Americans, Spanish colonists, Mexican traders, Santa Fe Trail riders, fur trappers, outlaws, railroad men, scientists, hippies and artists.  
New Mexico History Museum
on long-term display
Treasures of Devotion/Tesoros de Devoción
Treasures of Devotion/Tesoros de Devoción contains bultos, retablos, and crucifijos dating from the late 1700s to 1900 which illustrate the distinctive tradition of santo making in New Mexico introduced by settlers from Mexico.
New Mexico History Museum
on long-term display
Multiple Visions: A Common Bond
"I believe we should preserve this evidence of the past, not as a pattern for sentimental imitation, but as nourishment for the creative spirit of the present." - Alexander Girard
Museum of International Folk Art


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