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Atomic Histories: Remembering New Mexico's Nuclear Past
Sun, Jun 3, 2018 thru Fri, May 31, 2019
ongoing 11:59 PM - 11:59 PM
Location: New Mexico History Museum

Beginning during World War II, with the research and fabrication of nuclear weapons in Los Alamos for the Manhattan Project and the first atomic bomb test at the Trinity site near Alamogordo, New Mexico's story is linked with the history of nuclear science and innovation.

As soon as the war was over and the Cold War began, national laboratories were founded in Los Alamos and Albuquerque that advanced the technologies of war, and later would be pioneers in cutting edge physics, chemistry, and other scientific fields. Mines in the Grants Mineral Belt were opened in the western part of the state to unearth the fuel for both weapons and new sources of energy. More recently, the state was chosen to be the disposal site for nuclear waste byproducts at the Waste Isolation Pilot Project in Carlsbad. A new uranium enrichment plant has opened in Eunice. Old projects ended and new challenges have emerged, but in the 21st century New Mexico is still at the forefront of our nation's nuclear scientific endeavors.

This exhibit explores famous events, little-known stories, and inventions born here which affect our lives, and recognizes the remarkable contributions of thousands of people involved in writing New Mexico's atomic history for the last 75 years. visit our website
Gustave Baumann Holiday Card Display
Tue, Jan 22, 2019 thru Thu, Jan 31, 2019
onetime 8 AM - 5 PM
Location: New Mexico History Museum

Through Jan. 31, 2019. Hand-painted cards on display in the Chavez History Library, access by appointment only, except for walk-in visitors first Friday of the month 5-7 p.m. Research collections close at 5 p.m. visit our website
Atomic Histories : Remembering New Mexico’s Nuclear Past
Tue, Jan 22, 2019 thru Fri, May 31, 2019
onetime 10 AM - 5 PM
Location: New Mexico History Museum

This exhibit explores the most famous events, sometimes little known stories, and inventions born here which impact our lives, and helps to recognize the remarkable contributions involved in writing NM's Atomic Histories for the last 75 years. visit our website
The Massacre of Don Pedro Villasur
Fri, Feb 1 onetime 5 PM - 7 PM
Location: New Mexico History Museum

This exhibition narrates the history of an ill-fated Spanish colonial military expedition that set out from Santa Fe in 1720. Reception hosted by Women's Board of Santa Fe will include book signing with the artist. visit our website

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Nearby Businesses, Attractions, Events and Services

Adaptive Sports Program New Mexico
The Adaptive Sports Program of New Mexico (ASPNM) has provided outdoor recreational opportunities for children and adults with disabilities throughout the state for over 30 years. With activities ranging from adaptive skiing and snowboarding to golf, rock climbing, water sports, and much more, ASPNM gives those living with disabilities the sense of freedom, accomplishment, and joy that comes with participating in outdoor activities.
2301 South Court
Santa Fe, NM 87505
5055772788
The Adaptive Sports Program of New Mexico (ASPNM) has provided outdoor recreational opportunities for children and adults with disabilities throughout the state for over 30 years. With activities ranging from adaptive skiing and snowboarding to golf, rock climbing, water sports, and much more, ASPNM gives those living with disabilities the sense of freedom, accomplishment, and joy that comes with participating in outdoor activities.
Cottam's Ski Shop
Cottam's Ski Shop is located half way up Ski Basin Road in Hyde Memorial State Park - the closest ski shop to the slopes! Ski, Board, Snowshoe, Snowblade, XC, & Apparel rentals - high performance & recreational packages. Locations also in Taos and Angel Fire. RESERVE ONLINE AND RECEIVE A 10% DISCOUNT or stop in the Santa Fe convention and visitors bureau to receive a $3 off coupon for each ski rental.
740 Hyde Park Rd
Santa Fe, NM 87501
505-982-0495
Cottam's Ski Shop is located half way up Ski Basin Road in Hyde Memorial State Park - the closest ski shop to the slopes! Ski, Board, Snowshoe, Snowblade, XC, & Apparel rentals - high performance & recreational packages. Locations also in Taos and Angel Fire. RESERVE ONLINE AND RECEIVE A 10% DISCOUNT or stop in the Santa Fe convention and visitors bureau to receive a $3 off coupon for each ski rental.
Santa Fe Artists in Residence Participant
7 Arts Gallery
7 Arts Gallery is an artist-owned art gallery and studios. All of our artists are local, and on most days you'll find someone here creating in their studio space, where you can meet and talk to them about their art. So stop by, we'd love to meet you and share our process. And just maybe you'll find a piece of art to fall in love with that was made here in Santa Fe.
125 Lincoln Ave, Suite 110
Santa Fe, NM 87501
505-437-1107
7 Arts Gallery is an artist-owned art gallery and studios. All of our artists are local, and on most days you'll find someone here creating in their studio space, where you can meet and talk to them about their art. So stop by, we'd love to meet you and share our process. And just maybe you'll find a piece of art to fall in love with that was made here in Santa Fe.
Angel Wynn Art
Studio/gallery located at 7 Arts Gallery next to the Plaza. Contemporary mixed media artwork of the Southwest and Wild West. Angel Wynn works with hot/cold wax, photos and oils. Large artworks for the home or work space and affordable smaller pieces for mementos. Learn photo-encaustics to create your own art piece. All classes are hands-on full and half day workshops.
125 Lincoln Ave, #110
Santa Fe, NM 87501
505-819-1103
Studio/gallery located at 7 Arts Gallery next to the Plaza. Contemporary mixed media artwork of the Southwest and Wild West. Angel Wynn works with hot/cold wax, photos and oils. Large artworks for the home or work space and affordable smaller pieces for mementos. Learn photo-encaustics to create your own art piece. All classes are hands-on full and half day workshops.
Allan Houser Gallery
Representing the estate of Allan Houser. Located just off the Plaza in the heart of downtown Santa Fe, at 125 Lincoln Avenue, Ste. 112. Showcasing sculptures, drawings, and painting by Allan Houser whose 60-year career placed him at the cusp of the transformation of Native American Art. Monday-Saturday 10am-5pm. sales / consignments / appraisals
125 Lincoln Avenue, Ste. 112
Santa Fe, NM 87501
505-982-4705
Representing the estate of Allan Houser. Located just off the Plaza in the heart of downtown Santa Fe, at 125 Lincoln Avenue, Ste. 112. Showcasing sculptures, drawings, and painting by Allan Houser whose 60-year career placed him at the cusp of the transformation of Native American Art. Monday-Saturday 10am-5pm. sales / consignments / appraisals

Various Locations

Various Locations

No physical location. Visit website.

Santa Fe Plaza

Santa Fe Plaza

The heart of downtown Santa Fe for nearly 400 years, the Plaza remains the central part of the city, hosting Indian and Spanish markets and other annual events as well as community gatherings, concerts and more.

Santa Fe Plaza

100 Old Santa Fe Trail. Bordered by San Francisco Street and Washington, Palace and Lincoln avenues
Santa Fe, NM 87501
The heart of downtown Santa Fe for nearly 400 years, the Plaza remains the central part of the city, hosting Indian and Spanish markets and other annual events as well as community gatherings, concerts and more.
POP Gallery
Est. 2006 Pop Gallery continues to raise the bar locally and draw established and emerging Contemporary and New Brow artists to Santa Fe from around the world. Our vision is rooted in providing art lovers with a thought provoking alternative. Rising from the underground world of tattooing and graffiti, comics, cartoons, pop art, illustration, and surrealist artists, the art showcased feeds of the blend of influences and energies well cemented in today's culture. In essence, Pop Gallery continues to represent a celebration of mediums and ideas, the dynamic union between independence and spirit, the emergence of sub-culture on a contemporary platform. As Santa Feans we recognize the importance of the arts and charity in our community. We partner with local literacy organizations, charities/events such as Assistance Dogs of The West, The Santa Fe Childrens Museum, Project 236, Read Across America, NM-NEA, Gerards House, Under Dog Rescue, The Adaptive Ski Program, Buckaroo Ball, Meds and Food for Kids, Bienvenidos Outreach and Southwest C.A.R.E. Center among others. A portion of every sale at Pop Gallery goes directly back into our art community through charitable donations. Artist Submission Policy: Pop Gallery is a fusion of New Brow art & POP Modern art. We do currently have a full roster of artists, but occasionally review new submissions. For consideration, please look over our site carefully and be sure that your work is compatible with our program. We will not consider artists who call or stop by the gallery. We regret that we cannot respond to every submission nor are we able to return materials without a SASE. For consideration, please email one image and link to your website to artinfo@popsantafe.com with subject: Pop Gallery Submission. Where We Are: Santa Fe's only POP Art Gallery is located just off the historic plaza next to the New Mexico History Museum, in the second largest art hub in the USA. Our exhibitions are continually refreshed by the emerging and established New Brow Artists, POP Surreal, Modern & Contemporary artists represented at POP Gallery. POP Gallery hosts an environment unique to the city with vibrant color and a European salon atmosphere thus embracing locals and tourists alike. Our expertise assures you of a quality in the moment experience unlike any other art gallery in the world. Who We Are: Owners & curators Michael McDowell & Sharla Throckmorton-McDowell are collectors at heart and bring over 20 years of diverse high end fine art experience to the gallery which serves private and corporate collections throughout the world. Versed in fine art from New Brow art, Outsider, Low Brow, POP Surrealism, Contemporary and Modern genres from US and International markets we offer a seasoned approach to your art gallery experience. We've been here...we'll be here. POP Gallery currently features art work by Kate Samuels, Joel Nakamura, Clifford Bailey, Lynden St. Victor, Daniel Martin Diaz, Marie Sena, Marty Goldstein, Max Lehman, Robb Rael, Trevor Mikula, Nigel Conway, Stephan Martiniere, Jeff Brock, Spencer Herr, Dakota Reddington Pratt & Juli Adams among others.
125 Lincoln Avenue Suite 111
Santa Fe, NM 87501
(505) 820-0788
Est. 2006 Pop Gallery continues to raise the bar locally and draw established and emerging Contemporary and New Brow artists to Santa Fe from around the world. Our vision is rooted in providing art lovers with a thought provoking alternative. Rising from the underground world of tattooing and graffiti, comics, cartoons, pop art, illustration, and surrealist artists, the art showcased feeds of the blend of influences and energies well cemented in today's culture. In essence, Pop Gallery continues to represent a celebration of mediums and ideas, the dynamic union between independence and spirit, the emergence of sub-culture on a contemporary platform. As Santa Feans we recognize the importance of the arts and charity in our community. We partner with local literacy organizations, charities/events such as Assistance Dogs of The West, The Santa Fe Childrens Museum, Project 236, Read Across America, NM-NEA, Gerards House, Under Dog Rescue, The Adaptive Ski Program, Buckaroo Ball, Meds and Food for Kids, Bienvenidos Outreach and Southwest C.A.R.E. Center among others. A portion of every sale at Pop Gallery goes directly back into our art community through charitable donations. Artist Submission Policy: Pop Gallery is a fusion of New Brow art & POP Modern art. We do currently have a full roster of artists, but occasionally review new submissions. For consideration, please look over our site carefully and be sure that your work is compatible with our program. We will not consider artists who call or stop by the gallery. We regret that we cannot respond to every submission nor are we able to return materials without a SASE. For consideration, please email one image and link to your website to artinfo@popsantafe.com with subject: Pop Gallery Submission. Where We Are: Santa Fe's only POP Art Gallery is located just off the historic plaza next to the New Mexico History Museum, in the second largest art hub in the USA. Our exhibitions are continually refreshed by the emerging and established New Brow Artists, POP Surreal, Modern & Contemporary artists represented at POP Gallery. POP Gallery hosts an environment unique to the city with vibrant color and a European salon atmosphere thus embracing locals and tourists alike. Our expertise assures you of a quality in the moment experience unlike any other art gallery in the world. Who We Are: Owners & curators Michael McDowell & Sharla Throckmorton-McDowell are collectors at heart and bring over 20 years of diverse high end fine art experience to the gallery which serves private and corporate collections throughout the world. Versed in fine art from New Brow art, Outsider, Low Brow, POP Surrealism, Contemporary and Modern genres from US and International markets we offer a seasoned approach to your art gallery experience. We've been here...we'll be here. POP Gallery currently features art work by Kate Samuels, Joel Nakamura, Clifford Bailey, Lynden St. Victor, Daniel Martin Diaz, Marie Sena, Marty Goldstein, Max Lehman, Robb Rael, Trevor Mikula, Nigel Conway, Stephan Martiniere, Jeff Brock, Spencer Herr, Dakota Reddington Pratt & Juli Adams among others.
Traditional Spanish Market
*WHEN: July 30 - 31, 2016* This 65th annual event features the work of artists in New Mexico & S. Colorado who work in traditional Spanish Colonial art forms. Santa Fe Plaza.
100 Old Santa Fe Trail
Santa Fe, NM 87501
505-982-2226
*WHEN: July 30 - 31, 2016* This 65th annual event features the work of artists in New Mexico & S. Colorado who work in traditional Spanish Colonial art forms. Santa Fe Plaza.
Concordia Santa Fe
Concordia Santa Fe is a wind ensemble serving northern New Mexico. Our membership is drawn from among the top musicians in the area who are specialists in the performance of music for woodwind, brass, and percussion instruments. Rather than have a permanent music director, we feature a guest conductor of exceptional renown for each of our concerts who prepares the ensemble for performance.
107 W. Palace Avenue
Santa Fe, NM 87501
505-795-9979
Concordia Santa Fe is a wind ensemble serving northern New Mexico. Our membership is drawn from among the top musicians in the area who are specialists in the performance of music for woodwind, brass, and percussion instruments. Rather than have a permanent music director, we feature a guest conductor of exceptional renown for each of our concerts who prepares the ensemble for performance.
The Lincoln 501-2 Bed, 2.5 Bath Luxury Penthouse_Fragrance/Allergen Free
Please note, The Penthouse unit is Fragrance/Chemical/Allergen Free.The master suite offers a queen bed. The ensuite master bath is spacious and private, offering double vanity sinks. The guest bath offers a soaking tub. The gourmet kitchen is fully equipped with the latest high-end appliances. Hardwood floors,air conditioning,private balconies,and a washer and dryer.
152 West Marcy St.
Santa Fe, NM 87501
505-988-3024
Please note, The Penthouse unit is Fragrance/Chemical/Allergen Free.The master suite offers a queen bed. The ensuite master bath is spacious and private, offering double vanity sinks. The guest bath offers a soaking tub. The gourmet kitchen is fully equipped with the latest high-end appliances. Hardwood floors,air conditioning,private balconies,and a washer and dryer.
David Rothermel Contemporary
Premier nonobjective contemporary gallery in the heart of downtown Santa Fe. David Rothermel Contemporary features noted local artists Stan Berning, Stephen Buxton, David Rothermel, Stephen Lang and Eileen Koment as well as a growing stable of national artists. See more at http://www.drcontemporary.com
142 Lincoln Ave #102
Santa Fe, NM 87501
575-642-4981
Premier nonobjective contemporary gallery in the heart of downtown Santa Fe. David Rothermel Contemporary features noted local artists Stan Berning, Stephen Buxton, David Rothermel, Stephen Lang and Eileen Koment as well as a growing stable of national artists. See more at http://www.drcontemporary.com
The Lincoln 401-3 Bed, 3.5 Bath Flagship Luxury Apartment
The Lincoln is located less than 1 block from the Plaza and offers 3 bedrooms,all with ensuite baths. The kitchen and living rooms are flooded with light from "floor to ceiling" windows that offer views of the Sangre de Cristo Mountains.We own/operate many vacation rental casitas and residences in the heart of Santa Fe,and you might enjoy looking at those listing.
152 West Marcy St.
Santa Fe, NM 87501
505-988-3024
The Lincoln is located less than 1 block from the Plaza and offers 3 bedrooms,all with ensuite baths. The kitchen and living rooms are flooded with light from "floor to ceiling" windows that offer views of the Sangre de Cristo Mountains.We own/operate many vacation rental casitas and residences in the heart of Santa Fe,and you might enjoy looking at those listing.
True West
The new home for quality Native American and Southwestern Jewelry, Weavings, Pottery, Art and Sculpture. At True West we strive to bring you the best and largest selection of finely handcrafted jewelry. We have sought after artists such as Cathy Smith, Doug Coffin, Gary Suazo, Rhett Lynch and Michael Roanhorse, Kathleen Wall, Dora Tse-Pe and many more.
130 Lincoln Ave Suite F
Santa Fe, NM 87501
505-982-0055
The new home for quality Native American and Southwestern Jewelry, Weavings, Pottery, Art and Sculpture. At True West we strive to bring you the best and largest selection of finely handcrafted jewelry. We have sought after artists such as Cathy Smith, Doug Coffin, Gary Suazo, Rhett Lynch and Michael Roanhorse, Kathleen Wall, Dora Tse-Pe and many more.
Fray Angélico Chávez History Library
This non-circulating, closed-stack research facility is part of the Palace of the Governors and provides an excellent collection of historical material relating to the history of New Mexico, the Southwest and meso-America from pre-European contact to the present. It also houses the Photo Archives of the Palace of the Governors, where more than 750,000 historic photos, negatives, slides and other visual records document New Mexico's history as well as the history of Latin America, Europe, Oceana, the Far East and the Middle East.
120 Washington Avenue
Santa Fe, NM 87501
(505) 476-5090
This non-circulating, closed-stack research facility is part of the Palace of the Governors and provides an excellent collection of historical material relating to the history of New Mexico, the Southwest and meso-America from pre-European contact to the present. It also houses the Photo Archives of the Palace of the Governors, where more than 750,000 historic photos, negatives, slides and other visual records document New Mexico's history as well as the history of Latin America, Europe, Oceana, the Far East and the Middle East.
Underpinnings
Located one block north of the Plaza, Underpinnings has been Santa Fe's source for fine lingerie for over 30 years. Underpinnings offers one of the largest selections of contemporary designer lingerie and sleepwear in the country. Eileen West, Oscar de la Renta, Hanro of Switzerland, Natori, Wacoal and Felina are some of the brands featured in this charming shop.
150 Washington Ave #106
Santa Fe, NM 87501
505-983-9103
Located one block north of the Plaza, Underpinnings has been Santa Fe's source for fine lingerie for over 30 years. Underpinnings offers one of the largest selections of contemporary designer lingerie and sleepwear in the country. Eileen West, Oscar de la Renta, Hanro of Switzerland, Natori, Wacoal and Felina are some of the brands featured in this charming shop.
Custom Tours By Clarice, Inc.
We offer 4 tours a day (10 am, 12 pm, 2 pm, and 4 pm daily); 7 days a week in our trams from our location on the northwest corner of the Plaza. At $20 per person, charge your seating on our web site. (www.santafecustomtours.com). We, also, prepare itineraries for groups. Shopping Sprees and artist studio tours, as well.
108 West Palace
Santa Fe, NM 87501
505-438-7116
We offer 4 tours a day (10 am, 12 pm, 2 pm, and 4 pm daily); 7 days a week in our trams from our location on the northwest corner of the Plaza. At $20 per person, charge your seating on our web site. (www.santafecustomtours.com). We, also, prepare itineraries for groups. Shopping Sprees and artist studio tours, as well.
Santa Fe Biking Tours
Discover the 'spirit' of Santa Fe on two wheels! We are a custom bike tour company, locally owned, and we believe the best way to experience our friendly town is through the eyes of a local guide, on a lightweight, comfortable bike. You choose your adventure, and create a memorable highlight in the City Different!
608 East Palace Ave.
Santa Fe, NM 87501
505-690-0626
Discover the 'spirit' of Santa Fe on two wheels! We are a custom bike tour company, locally owned, and we believe the best way to experience our friendly town is through the eyes of a local guide, on a lightweight, comfortable bike. You choose your adventure, and create a memorable highlight in the City Different!
Bull Ring
Since - 1971. If there's one thing New Mexico's politicians can agree on, it's where to eat in Santa Fe. The Bull Ring is where they go when the Legislature is in session, and year-round its three-decade reputation as Santa Fe's finest steakhouse brings locals and visitors back to savor their tender and delicious steaks, chops, ribs, and fresh lobster tails. Their secret is no secret: they serve USDA Prime corn-fed Midwestern beef that's been carefully aged to meet specific requirements, then hand-cut and masterfully prepared in specially-built broilers that heat up to 1800 degrees to sear the beef and lock in that Prime, corn-fed flavor
150 Washington Ave # 108
Santa Fe, NM 87501
505-983-3328
Since - 1971. If there's one thing New Mexico's politicians can agree on, it's where to eat in Santa Fe. The Bull Ring is where they go when the Legislature is in session, and year-round its three-decade reputation as Santa Fe's finest steakhouse brings locals and visitors back to savor their tender and delicious steaks, chops, ribs, and fresh lobster tails. Their secret is no secret: they serve USDA Prime corn-fed Midwestern beef that's been carefully aged to meet specific requirements, then hand-cut and masterfully prepared in specially-built broilers that heat up to 1800 degrees to sear the beef and lock in that Prime, corn-fed flavor
Thunderbird Bar & Grill
The Thunderbird Bar and Grill. Santa Fe’s only restaurant with a spacious covered deck overlooking the Plaza, Thunderbird Bar and Grill offers a new twist on contemporary southwestern cuisine with a menu that is fresh, innovative and sure to satisfy. The Thunderbird’s full bar features: an award-winning list of over 40 beers, with 20 on draft, over 100 tequilas, an
50 Lincoln Ave
Santa Fe, NM 87501
505-901-7333
The Thunderbird Bar and Grill. Santa Fe’s only restaurant with a spacious covered deck overlooking the Plaza, Thunderbird Bar and Grill offers a new twist on contemporary southwestern cuisine with a menu that is fresh, innovative and sure to satisfy. The Thunderbird’s full bar features: an award-winning list of over 40 beers, with 20 on draft, over 100 tequilas, an


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