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Santa Fe Weekend Events March 1st – 3rd

Santa Fe Artist Market

Saturday, March 2, 2013 – 8 AM – 1 PM

SANTA FE ARTISTS MARKET

Location: SANTA FE ARTISTS MARKET (505) 310-1555

 


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Saturday, March 2, 2013 – Sunday, March 31

DIY Santa Fe Art Month

Location: Various Venues

WHEN: March 1 – 31, 2013 DIY Santa Fe, a month-long celebration of do-it-yourself artistic expression, featuring 30 + local artists teaching a variety of art forms throughout the city of Santa Fe. Class prices vary. All class reservations must be booked directly with the artist.

museum of contempary arts

 

Saturday, March 2, 2013 – Sunday, March 12, 2013 5 PM

Thicker Than Water

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

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.

Documentary Theatre Project

Created by students in the Documentary Theatre class during the Fall 2012 semester, directed by Talmadge

Friday March 1st – Sunday, March 3, 2013 – 8pm –10pm

This play, researched and written by Documentary Theatre students, will be based on the demise of the northern New Mexico village Agua Fria.

 

 

 

 

 


 

Folk Art of the Andes

 

 

Sunday, March 3rd – Monday, March 4, 2013.

Folk Art of the Andes

Location: Museum of International Folk Art on Museum Hill 706 Camino Lejo, Santa Fe, NM 87505 505 476 1203

Folk Art of the Andes is the first exhibit in the United States to feature a broad range of folk art from the Andean region of South America, displaying more than 850 works of art primarily dating from the nineteenth and twentieth century’s. The creative accomplishments of the Andean people of the highland region of South America are prominent among the folk art legacies of the world. The curator for the exhibition, Dr. Barbara Mauldin, states “the Folk Art of the Andes exhibit explores the influence of Spanish

arts and cultural introduced during the colonial period and shows how much of the work produced after independence in 1829 reflects the interweaving of indigenous craft traditions with European art forms and techniques.”

Open 10 am – 5pm daily, closed Mondays. Free to NM residents on Sundays!

 

 

 

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