2016

Into the Future

BY VALERIE K. VERZUH In contemporary art, Native American cultural power is located in the use of traditional [...]

Willa on My Mind

BY CANDACE WALSH I’ll begin my editorship with a shameful confession: after fourteen years in Santa Fe, I [...]

Forever Young

A groundbreaking juvenile dinosaur discovery in northwestern New Mexico enlivens the record. BY DR. SPENCER [...]

Sounding the Soul

BY CARMELLA PADILLA In the beginning was el cante—the song. The song was its own instrument. Its notes, [...]

The Exile Factor

Spanish Judaism, the Inquisition, and New World identities At an unprecedented exhibition, a hidden diaspora [...]

More Than Doors

BY PENELOPE HUNTER-STIEBEL How many times had I passed through the doorway into the Neutrogena galleries at [...]

Miguel Romero

In New Mexico the flamenco tradition is now several generations strong. Even though there have been many contributors to the development and growth of flamenco in our state, dancer Vicente Romero (1937–95) is widely credited with creating the vibrant flamenco scene in northern New Mexico that still thrives today. [...]
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