2016

Olive Rush

Finding Her Place in the Santa Fe Art Colony JANN HAYNES GILMORE By May 15 the party had arrived in Santa Fe, [...]

State of the Arts

BY TRICIA WARE This year’s Governor’s Awards for Excellence in the Arts honors David Bradley, whose [...]

Dates With History 

Behind The Scenes At The Palace Of The Governors Photo Archives BY LES DALY Like a ghost, the photograph of [...]

Hide and Seek

BY PETER BG SHOEMAKER IN A PLEASANTLY CHAOTIC room near the Stewart L. Udall Center’s maintenance office, [...]

Blood Oaths

Fractured Faiths: Spanish Judaism, the Inquisition, and New World Identities, currently at the New Mexico History Museum, tells the history of the Jews of the Iberian Peninsula, many of whom were forced to convert to Christianity or expelled from the peninsula for rejecting conversion. [...]

Its Own Beautiful Self

In 1912, the year of New Mexico statehood, Santa Fe’s city fathers, including Edgar Lee Hewett, Sylvanus Morley, and Carlos Vierra, formed the city’s first Planning Board. With little money, but astounding drive, this prescient group launched itself into the unknowns of historic preservation, town planning, revival architecture, and commercial success. [...]
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