We just spent two full days at Indian Market in Santa Fe this past weekend, sharing information about the programs at SAR (The School of Advanced Research) and IARC (The Indian Arts Research Center) a ...Read More
Do you want to travel around the world in a weekend? Meet the finest artists and artisans from 53 countries? Then come to the Santa Fe International Folk Art Market, now in its 14th year. It is the wo ...Read More
July is finally here and our Tres Culturas group of art teachers from around the country will be here soon. This exhibit, Into the Future: Culture Power in Native American Art, at the Museum of Indian ...Read More
This past week I was involved helping with a Santa Fe Summer Collaborative Program for students that included the Museum of International Folk Art, The Santa Fe Botanic Gardens, and the Center f ...Read More
Vejigantes are clown-like characters in Hispanic Caribbean Carnival celebrations that trace their roots back to the days of Spanish colonialism and African slavery. Today these characters lead parades ...Read More
As an art teacher living in New Mexico, I am most interested in the artistry and aesthetics of work made by the Pueblo Indians. This includes sharing with others the reasons that it was made and the d ...Read More
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