Art

Into the Light

BY KATE NELSON In 1995, during his first Christmas break as a student at Saint Mary’s Seminary in [...]

Stitched to the Soul

BY KATE NELSON Once upon a time, in a trading post on Wyoming’s Wind River Indian Reservation, a bored [...]

Lasting Impressions

BY MAXINE MCBRINN Years ago, I fell in love with ancient sandals. These simple sandals were worn 2,000 to [...]

Happy Birthday, MIAC!

BY LYNN CLINE It’s been thirty years since the Museum of Indian Arts and Culture opened its doors on Museum [...]

Notching It Up

BY LAURA ADDISON When Napa-based artist Freeland Tanner speaks about his work, he often uses the word [...]

A Tribute to a Titan

BY LAURA ADDISON Lloyd Cotsen, the charismatic, longtime executive of Neutrogena Corporation from 1967 to [...]

MAKING HISTORY

Cutting-edge, technology-driven operas may not seem like an immediate fit with the New Mexico History Museum, but if the goal is to explore emerging technology through the lens of history, this partnership is the solution. [...]

Negotiate, Navigate, Innovate

The exhibition Negotiate, Navigate, Innovate: Strategies Folk Artists Use in the Global Marketplace opens June 9 in the Museum of International Folk Art’s Gallery of Conscience. It explores the ways in which folk artists from around the world and in New Mexico work within the global market setting. [...]

Ages and Stages

The Museum of Art’s St. Francis Auditorium— a sanctuary for the soul of Santa Fe—turns 100. [...]

A Different Angle

Sleeping During the Day: Vietnam, 1968, curated by Daniel Kosharek, includes thirty-three black-and-white images on view through October 1, 2017. Kosharek is photo curator at the Palace of the Governors Photo Archives, which has housed the Herbert Lotz Collection since 2008. A survey of Lotz’s personal letters from Vietnam accompanies the photographs. [...]
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