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Visiting Santa Fe > Galleries > Contemporary
7 Arts Gallery is an artist-owned art gallery and studio.
We're proud to say that all of our artists live in New Mexico, and on any given day you will find someone working in their studio where you can meet and talk to them about their art.
Our artists are, Dayna Fisk-Williams, weaver of Rio Grande rugs and colorful clothing, Cecilia Robertson is our plein air oil painter, Karen Waters creates handmade sculptural felt, Tom McGee does acrylic landscapes and abstracts, Karen Milstein creates micaceous clay pottery and Angel Wynn makes unique New Mexico themed photo encaustics.
Amenities: Pet Friendly.
Since 1971, Joe Wade Fine Art has been Santa Fe's premier fine art gallery offering an extensive collection of paintings, sculpture, & jewelry by emerging & renowned artists. Open daily: Monday through Saturday 10:00 am to 5:00 pm, Sunday 10:00 am to 4:00 pm with extended summer hours.
Visiting Santa Fe > Galleries > Fine Craft
Specializing in fabulous hardcarved antler art, unique ethnographic art, handwoven and handbeaded basketry, original jewelry and beautiful lightweight women's sweaters
Visiting Santa Fe > Galleries > Hispanic
Historic Downtown Plaza, 100 Old Santa Fe Trail , Santa Fe, NM 87501
WHEN: July 29 - 30, 2017
Contemporary arts & crafts made by over 134 Hispanic artists living in New Mexico.
Visiting Santa Fe > Galleries > Native American Art
Unique and traditional contemporary Indian art from Hopi katsinas to unique jewelry, to storyteller figurines and American Indian made baskets as well Navajo rugs and a host of unique items of Indian art.
The Bahti family's roots in the Indian arts field go back to 1949 with the Ghost Ranch Trading Post near Abiqui, NM, later moving to Tucson and still later expanding back to New Mexico.
The Bahti family has been an authoritative source for fine, authentic Indian art for over half a century. Tom and his son Mark, who now runs the business, have written over a dozen books on the subject. Come, browse and visit!
Visiting Santa Fe > Galleries > Photography
The contemporary fine art photography gallery in Santa Fe representing local, national and internationally known artists.
Visiting Santa Fe > Local Resources > Local Media
Santa Fe Arts Journal is an online magazine that celebrates the arts community in Santa Fe through engaging articles about creative individuals and the events they present in town. One of the goals of Santa Fe Arts Journal is to share fascinating and intriguing information about some of the upcoming happenings in town to pique your interest in learning more.
Visiting Santa Fe > Museums
The Ralph T. Coe Foundation for the Arts is a non-profit 501c(3) dedicated to increasing public awareness, education, and appreciation of indigenous art and culture worldwide, with a concentration in native peoples of North America.
OPEN HOURS: Every First Friday of the month, 1-4 pm, visit us for a behind the scenes experience of our collection of over 2,000 works of global indigenous art. Meet our staff and learn more about who we are and what we do.
We are also open by appointment, so whether is it a last minute spur- of-the-moment visit or planning far in advance--all are welcome, so please call us at (505) 983-6372 or email at email@example.com.
The outstanding collection showcases classic and contemporary Southwestern Indian paintings, sculpture, pottery, jewelry, basketry and weaving. A permanent exhibition tracing the life of American Indians, "Here Now and Always" was curated in part by Native American elders, scholars and tribal members.
Visiting Santa Fe > Performing Arts > Dance
Entreflamenco's affiliation Spanish DanzArt Society is a non for profit organization with 501c3 charity status for educational and cultural purposes founded in 2010.
The mission of Spanish DanzArt Society is to preserve, disseminate and create awareness of our diverse artistic Spanish traditions expressed through visual and performing Arts.
SDS is dedicated to bringing arts and educational programs of the highest caliber.
We are passionate about bridging the culture and art of Spain to the USA.
SDS presents a wide range of events on a National and International basis through Community Performances, Arts in Education Programs for schools, and Professional Flamenco Dance Training for the youth.
Amenities: Entertainment, Live Music, Restaurant.
Visiting Santa Fe > Performing Arts > Movies
The Center for Contemporary Arts is a vibrant art space and cinematheque offering innovative exhibitions, films and performances that are socially relevant, provocative and inspiring. Founded in 1979, CCA is one of the oldest artist-centered organizations in the American Southwest. CCA draws more than 55,000 visitors annually for exhibitions, independent films, performances, and public programs.
Visiting Santa Fe > Performing Arts > Music
Now in its fifth season, the New Mexico Performing Arts Society is recognized as one of the top music and performing arts presenters in northern New Mexico. NMPAS is the umbrella organization for the New Mexico Bach Society, The Chapel Series at Immaculate Heart, and Santa Fe Flute Immersion, an in-depth masterclass for flutists from high school through professionals. We present outstanding programs by musicians and artists who make New Mexico their home. More information on our website: www.nmperformingartssociety.org
Founded in 1982 by Larry Bandfield, the Santa Fe Desert Chorale is one of the longest continually performing professional music organizations in New Mexico, as well as one of the most distinguished. The Chorale was a recipient of the 2006 Mayor’s Award for Excellence in the Arts and in 2016 was named the “Best Choral Group of Santa Fe” by the Santa Fe Reporter. Scott Cantrell of The Dallas Morning News characterized the Chorale as presenting “stunning singing…incredible power.”
Now entering his ninth season as Music Director, Joshua Habermann leads the 24-voice professional Chorale in repertoire spanning seven centuries, from medieval polyphony to contemporary works. The composition of the Chorale is truly national in scope and the ensemble is recognized among the finest American chamber choirs.
Throughout its history, the Chorale has maintained a commitment to give voice to music from Hispanic and Native American communities. Dedicated to advancing the composers of our time, the Chorale has commissioned twenty-two works by eighteen composers; three quarters of the composers commissioned have been American. In addition, another seven works have been given their world or American premieres by the Santa Fe Desert Chorale. The ensemble performs at historical sites in Santa Fe such as the Cathedral Basilica of St. Francis and the Loretto Chapel, as well as other venues throughout the Southwest. A recent highlight was an invitational appearance at the 2015 American Choral Directors Association National Conference in Utah which was later broadcast by Minnesota Public Radio.
The Santa Fe Desert Chorale presents both summer and winter festivals of concerts featuring a wide range of literature from around the world. The 2017 Summer Festival Season will take place from July 19 through August 13, 2017. The 2017 Winter Festival Season, “Home for the Holidays,” is scheduled from December 16 to December 23, 2017 with performances in Albuquerque, Los Alamos and Santa Fe.
The Desert Chorale prides itself on its strong relationships within the community of Northern New Mexico, and enjoys collaborations with Creativity for Peace, the Georgia O’Keeffe Museum, Museum of Indian Arts and Culture, New Mexico History Museum, NDI-NM, Performance Santa Fe, Santa Fe Chamber Music Festival, Santa Fe Symphony Orchestra and Chorus, Santa Fe Pro Musica, and The Santa Fe Opera among others. Community engagement is an integral part of the Desert Chorale’s mission.
Amenities: Live Music.
Since 1972 the Santa Fe Chamber Music Festival has become one of the world's preeminent music festivals, guided by a visionary spirit and dedicated to artistic excellence and innovation. Contributing to its magic is the Festival's unique Santa Fe setting, nestled amid the timeless splendors of the Sangre de Cristo Mountains. Today, under the spirited artistic leadership of composer/pianist Marc Neikrug, the Festival invites scores of distinguished musicians, along with emerging young talent, during its six-week season. Thousands of enthusiastic patrons young and old return year after year to enjoy more than 80 concerts, recitals, youth concerts, and open rehearsals. Performances are held in St. Francis Auditorium in the New Mexico Museum of Art and at the Lensic Performing Arts Center. During the year the Festival reaches out to young people in the Santa Fe public schools with innovative and inspiring education programs.
Visiting Santa Fe > Performing Arts > Theater
For 30 years, Santa Fe Performing Arts has used acting and stagecraft as tools for educating New Mexico's children and youth and exploring social issues facing our community. We serve more than 8,000 New Mexico children and youth annually and offer opportunities for adult actors to perform and learn more about the craft of acting. Our programs have attracted more than 10,000 students to participate in 100+ mainstage productions played to more than 100,000 local and regional audience members.
The nonprofit Lensic Performing Arts Center owns and maintains a landmark historic theater in the heart of Santa Fe, is the hub for year-round performing arts and culture, and serves the community through affordable programming and groundbreaking educational programs that touch the lives of nearly 12,000 students each year.
Since 1937, Performance Santa Fe has brought world-class music, dance, and theater to the City Different. Our mission is to present and produce the best in performing arts, and to enliven the hearts, minds, and spirits of the community through artistic excellence.
Our education and outreach programs offer inspirational, enjoyable, and affordable performing arts experiences to local children, teachers, and families, as well as students and seniors.
Teatro Paraguas is an intimate black box theater located in Santa Fe's Southside. Offering contemporary Latino theater in English, annual bilingual poetry celebrations, open mike poetry, poetry readings, concerts, and rental space for performing arts events, classes, and workshops.
Comedy performing arts group called The UnReal Housewives of Santa Fe. Performs for conventions, reunions, charity and other events. Performances are written specifically for each event. To book The UnReal Housewives or for more information call Dennis Carroll at 505 231-0852 or email at Carroll.firstname.lastname@example.org Amenities: Entertainment.
Visiting Santa Fe > Specials
The Institute of American Indian Arts has a straightforward and powerful mission: to empower creativity and leadership in Native arts and cultures through higher education, lifelong learning and outreach. To accomplish this, the college offers both two and four year degrees in creative writing, Indigenous liberal studies, museum studies, new media arts, and studio arts.
The only school in the state of New Mexico to have National Association of Schools of Art and Design accredidation, the Institute is open to anyone. One does not have to be enrolled in an American Indian tribe to attend.
Located in downtown Santa Fe, the IAIA Museum of Contemporary Native Arts is dedicated solely to advancing the discourse, knowledge and understanding of contemporary Native arts. The Museum's exhibitions, publications and educational programs challenge pre-conceived notions of contemporary art. The Museum is home to the largest collection of contemporary Native art in the world and the Museum Store is a premiere shopping destination, offering the finest selection of contemporary Native arts and gifts.
Open 10am-5pm Mon. - Sat., noon-5pm Sunday. Closed Tuesdays and major holidays.
Adults admission $10
Seniors (62+), Students with valid ID, and Residents of NM: 1/2 price
Native people, members, veterans, children 16 and under, and NM residents visiting on Sunday: Free!
Monika Kaden is an internationally known sculpture, installation- and mixed media artist. She worked with the Santa Fe Art Institute, Santa Fe Opera and taught @ several Colleges around the USA & Germany. One of her signature sculptures 'St. Francis Dancing on Water' can be viewed in front of the Cathedral Basilica St. Francis of Assisi downtown Santa Fe and next to the main entrance @ Christus St. Vincent Hospital in Santa Fe. Monika Kaden's "Barbette-Dancer" and "Bow", 11 Feet and 9 Feet high, can be seen @ Shidoni Sculptural Garden. More of her unique work can be seen at her studio in Santa Fe. You can contact her @ any time: 505-470-4833 or for more informations please visit her brand new website @ monikakaden.com
Monika received her MFA from Alfred University. She teaches ceramic-, sculpture- and mixed media classes
Visiting Santa Fe > Things to Do > Classes and Workshops > Fitness
Welcome to Wise Fool - a space for us all to come together to expand our sense of possibility, walk tall, get strong, stretch our minds and bodies, and create the world we envision... One Circus at a Time!
It is Wise Fool New Mexico's mission to ignite imagination, build community, and promote social justice through performances and hands-on experiences in the arts of circus, puppetry, and theatre.
Wise Fool is a beloved and award-winning non-profit organization at the center of Santa Fe's community arts scene. Wise Fool serves 2,000 youth and adults with hands-on activities and 14,000 audience members annually with high-quality experiences built upon our core values of community, arts accessibility, and social justice.
As a pioneer in the emerging North American social circus movement and the only contemporary circus arts company in New Mexico, Wise Fool is further evolving circus as an art form by developing quality productions, professional artists, and expert teachers for circus-based arts curriculums. Encouraging audiences to jump the bounds of possibility and recognize that we are all capable of the extraordinary, we offer first-hand explorations and skill-building experiences in which participants discover and develop their own connection to the arts.
Amenities: Child Friendly.
Visiting Santa Fe > Things to Do > Nightlife > Live Music
“EL FLAMENCO” is operated under Entreflamenco, a non for profit organization with 501c3 status. The venue features the artistry of Granjero, Ramirez and Entreflamenco but will also offer performances of other artistic disciplines, free outreach activities to children, dance instruction, lecture and demonstrations, and exhibits and photography. The 2,227 square foot space will also be available for private rentals, weddings and other arts & cultural events.
Amenities: Entertainment, Live Music, Restaurant.
Visiting Santa Fe > Things to Do > Road Trips > Fascinating New Mexico Excursions
Travel the New Mexico Fiber Arts Trails, three fascinating self-guided driving tours along scenic rural roads that reveal New Mexico's rich heritage of fiber arts. Whether you drive the Northwest, North Central, or Southern loops, you'll encounter vibrant communities of traditional and contemporary weavers, quilters, knitters, basket makers and other fiber artists.
Visit a community of Navajo weavers and several trading posts on the Northwest Loop and buy high quality handwoven Navajo rugs. On the North Central loop, learn about embroidered manta cloth and other Pueblo fiber arts at Santa Clara Pueblo and visit the Española Valley Fiber Arts Center, a thriving nonprofit supporting more than 400 artists and entrepreneurs. On the Southern loop, visit museums exhibiting fiber arts and, in Silver, City, The Common Thread, home to the Southwest Women's Fiber Arts Collective.
This is just a small taste of what you'll encounter on New Mexico Fiber Arts Trails, a project of New Mexico Arts. The journeys feature more than 200 fiber artists at more than 70 locations. Click on the link above to download the New Mexico Fiber Arts Trails guide.