Login to your Account
Search Santa Fe Homes New Listings Newly-Priced My Listings Neighborhoods Las Campanas TESUQUE HISTORIC EASTSIDE Search Land

Santa Fe New Mexico Weekend Event Schedule April 19~21, 2013

Fri, Apr 19
Sun, May 12 5 PM – 5 PM

Thicker Than Water

Location: Museum of Contemporary Native Arts (505) 983-1777
Event Type: Museum Events

The Museum of Contemporary Native Arts will kick of 2013 with a new exhibition addressing the complexities of family, biography and race. Thicker Than Water, made of up of four solo photo/mixed media-based artists, opening January 19, reveals a broader understanding of communal ideologies that extend into and pass western construct of individualism to encompass Indigenous references of community, clan and nation.


Fri, Apr 19
Sat, Apr 20 8:30 PM – 1 AM

TGIS – Thank God It’s Salsa


Location: The Lodge at Santa Fe 505-992-5800 1-888-563-4373
Event Type: Other Events

Salsa fanatics are swooning over Santa Fe’s best kept secret – the Lodge at Santa Fe’s free salsa dancing lessons! Friday nights come and enjoy these free lessons from 8:30 – 9:30 pm, and after the lessons, guests get the opportunity to test their new dance moves to DJ Sofrito’s salsa and Latin music mashups. Throughout the night, dine on savory specials from fan-voted favorites at Los Cuates Santa Fe Restaurant. For more information, call 505-992-5800

Sat, Apr 20 10 AM – 5 PM

Santa Fe Japanese Cultural Festival


Location: Community Convention Center (505) 955-6200
Event Type: Annual Events
Santa Fe JIN hosts the 9th Japanese Cultural Festival featuring a Kimono Exhibit and Fashion Show moderated by Janine Thormann, performances by Shakuhachi Flute Master, Marco Lienhard, Smokin’ Bachi Taiko, The Way of Tea, Martial Arts, and Traditional Dance. Booths with Japanese kimono, arts and crafts, ceramics, healing arts, and Japanese food available


Sat, Apr 20 all day

First Glass Fusing Class / April 20, 2013


Event Type: Workshops

First Glass Fusing Class / April 20, 2013 in this 2.5-hour class, you will be introduced to the fundamental concepts of creating glass objects in the kiln. You will make an 8” x 8” fused and slumped plate, choosing from a wide range of glasses. Plates will be fired after the workshop and available for pick-up a few days later. After completing this class, you will be eligible to participate in Bullseye’s Open Studio sessions. No experience with glass is required for this course, which is recommended for beginners.
When: April 20, 2013Where: 805 Early Street Building E Santa Fe, NM 87505
Time: 2pm-4:30pm
Cost: $100.00
Max. Attendees: 16
Phone: 505-467-8951
Private & Custom Workshops: Now you can dream up a special kiln-glass workshop for your organization or group of up to 16 people. We’ll design your course, reserve our studio space and provide world-class instructors, glasses, materials, tools and equipment. Prices depend on group size and workshop type. Times depend on studio availability. Just call or email to arrange the details.

Open Studio: If you’ve completed at least one class at Bullseye, you’re invited to attend our Open Studio sessions. Bring your Bullseye glass to a Resource Center studio and enjoy access to tools, kilns, and non-glass supplies. Learn studio practices, get exposure to diverse materials and methods, and be inspired by others who work with glass. A staff member will be on hand to answer questions.




Give me a call (505)780-0310, or send me an email for information on Santa Fe Real Estate.

On myhome page, in the upper right corner, you will see an “email me” link.

About Me Santa Fe Real Estate Market Reports Market Snapshot News About Santa Fe