• New Mexico Farm and Ranch Heritage Museum | Feb 15, 2018

    Cowboy Days returns to Farm & Ranch Museum for 19th year

    Cowboy Days returns to the New Mexico Farm & Ranch Heritage Museum in Las Cruces for the 19 th year with a new activity, and a homecoming performance by country music’s Josh Grider.   Cowboy Days is March 3-4. The fun is from 9 a.m. t ...

  • New Mexico State Library | Feb 12, 2018

    New Mexico State Library, Creative Startups & Fab Lab Hub Announce: Libraries as Launchpads, An Economic Initiative

    The New Mexico State Library, (NMSL), Creative Startups, a growing international business accelerator based in Santa Fe, Fab Lab Hub, a technology product prototyping provider, and the newly-formed New Mexico State Library Foundation have joined together in an innovative partnership to utilize public libraries as economic development centers for entrepreneurial and business training. Libraries as Launchpads will fast track potential entrepreneurs from idea and concept to action and business formation. The program kicks-off on February 15 at five pilot libraries: Zuni, South Albuquerque, Santa Fe’s Southside branch, Raton and Las Cruce

  • National Hispanic Cultural Center | Feb 9, 2018

    Carnaval Fever The National Hispanic Cultural Center Heats Up for Its Annual Celebration

    Frank and Pilar Leto, in partnership with the National Hispanic Cultural Center, continue the annual celebration of Carnaval with “Carnaval Fever” on Friday and Saturday, February 9-10, 2018 at 7:30 PM in the NHCC’s Albuquerque Journal Theatre. Tickets are $17, $22, and $27, with a $2 discount for students, seniors, and NHCC members, and are available from the Center’s Box Office, at 505- 724-4771, or at www.nhccnm.org.

  • Museum of Natural History and Science | Feb 8, 2018

    Museum Announces Events in Conjunction with exhibition Da Vinci—The Genius $5-off First Fridays, Adult Nights, Lectures, Panel Discussions, Workshops

    (Albuquerque, NM) – In conjunction with the world-class Da Vinci—The Genius exhibition at the New Mexico Museum of Natural History & Science from February 10 through July 29, 2018, the museum is hosting many da Vinci-related events. The events include $5 First Fridays, adult party nights, lectures, and panel discussions.

  • New Mexico History Museum | Feb 7, 2018

    Historic Recording of State Song to be Unveiled at Opening of The Land That Enchants Me So Exhibition at New Mexico History Museum on March 2 Collection of Sheet Music, Recordings, and Music Memorabilia to Celebrate Golden-Age Popular Songs in Praise of New Mexico

    (Santa Fe, NM) — During the opening celebration of its new exhibition The Land That Enchants Me So: Picturing Popular Songs of New Mexico, the New Mexico History Museum will unveil a long-lost original recording of New Mexico’s state song, O, Fair New Mexico, sung by its author, Elizabeth Garrett. 

     

  • Museum of Natural History and Science | Feb 6, 2018

    2018 NatureScapes Annual Photo Contest Topic: Clouds Photographs can be submitted to the New Mexico Museum of Natural History and Science in August 2018.

    New Mexico Museum of Natural History and Science (NMMNHS) is announcing the topic for this the 2018 NatureScapes Annual Photo competition – Clouds.

    Photographs can be submitted to the New Mexico Museum of Natural History and Science in August 2018.         

     

  • Museum of International Folk Art | Feb 1, 2018

    “Year of the Dog” Annual Lunar New Year Celebration

    (Santa Fe, NM) -- Mark your calendar to celebrate the “Year of the Dog” at the Museum of International Folk Art Annual Lunar New Year Celebration in the afternoon of Sunday, February 18 on Museum Hill in Santa Fe. Activities begin at 1:00 P.M. and continue through 4:00 P.M.  Admission to the event is free to everyone, thanks to funding from the International Folk Art Foundation and the Museum of New Mexico Foundation

  • National Hispanic Cultural Center | Feb 1, 2018

    El Corrido de Jorge Patricia Crespín’s Drama Draws on Traditional Song Form to Tell a Powerful Story

    The National Hispanic Cultural Center partners with Wize Latina Productions as the NHCC’s 2017-2018 Siembra: Latino Theatre Season continues with El Corrido de Jorge, directed by Magdelene Gallegos and written by playwright Patricia Crespín. The show opens on Thursday, February 1, running for two weekends in the Wells Fargo Auditorium with performances on Thursday, Friday, and Saturday at 7:30 pm and Sunday at 2 pm. Tickets are $18 with a $2 discount for students and seniors and a $3 discount for NHCC members Friday through Saturday, and $10 for the Thursday shows only, and are available from the NHCC Box Office, at (505) 724-4771, or at www.nhccnm.org.

  • Museum of Natural History and Science | Jan 28, 2018

    Evening Lecture: Red Rocks from Earth to Mars

    (Albuquerque, NM) –  Evidence for water-deposited sedimentary rocks discovered on Mars by the NASA Rovers, and small iron concretions called ‘blueberries’ found on the Red Planet, will be discussed by University of Utah professor, Marjorie A. Chan, Ph.D.  She will also discuss the water-deposited sedimentary rocks that occur here in New Mexico and other parts of the Southwest.

    The lecture is Wednesday January 31 from 6:30 p.m. - 8:00 p.m. at the museum.  General admission tickets for the lecture are $7, ($6 members, $4 students).  Purchase lecture tickets at NMnaturalhistory.org or (if seats are available) at the door. Doors open at 5:45pm at the Museum located at 1801 Mountain Rd NW just east of Old Town Plaza in Albuquerque.

  • Museum of Natural History and Science | Jan 27, 2018

    Da Vinci—The Genius Exhibition Opens in Two Weeks at New Mexico Museum of Natural History & Science

    (Albuquerque, NM) – Da Vinci—The Genius opens at the New Mexico Museum of Natural History & Science two weeks from today at 9am on Saturday, February 10, 2018.  This world class exhibition from Grande Exhibitions remains on display at the Museum daily from 9am-5pm through July 29, 2018. 

  • New Mexico Historic Sites | Jan 26, 2018

    Postponed Until Further Notice: Celebrating Our Future: Honoring Our Past Recognizing the Cultural Gifts of the J. Paul Taylor Family

    (Santa Fe, NM) -  In 2003, former State Representative J. Paul Taylor, his wife Mary Daniels Taylor, and their family donated their home and two attached stores to the New Mexico Department of Cultural Affairs for development as a future State Historic Site. 

  • Museum of Indian Arts and Culture | Jan 26, 2018

    The Museum of Indian Arts & Culture Announces Archaeology 101 Lecture Series Series Benefits Young Archaeologists and the General Public

    The Museum of Indian Arts and Culture (MIAC) announces its Archaeology 101 Lecture Series, which has been created to inform the general public about topics in archaeology and current research being done in the field. The purpose of the series is also to provide young scientists the opportunity to share their knowledge and research while learning to translate their academic research into formats that are more approachable and understandable for the general public.

     

  • Museum of Natural History and Science | Jan 24, 2018

    Super Blue Moon Eclipse on January 31

    (Albuquerque, NM) – In the early morning hours of Wednesday, January 31, a rare astronomical concurrence of events will include a full moon, a Supermoon and a Blue Moon that will be totally eclipsed! Early risers can experience this phenomenon at the New Mexico Museum of Natural History and Science early that morning from 5 – 7 a.m. (weather permitting)

  • Museum of Indian Arts and Culture | Jan 24, 2018

    Artist Cannupa Hanska Luger Leads Community Bead Project Bead Project Focused on Missing Murdered Indigenous Women, Girls, Queer and Trans People

    Cannupa Hanska Luger (Mandan  Hidatsa/Arikara/Lakota) will be at the Museum of Indian Arts and Culture on Saturday, February 24, 2018, for a day of making beads with the community.

    The beads, 2”x 2” in size, are needed to complete a monumental beaded portrait which will be created by Luger from a photograph taken by First Nations photographer Kali Spitzer (Lower Post, British Columbia). This community collaboration acknowledges missing and murdered Indigenous women, girls, queer, and trans people. In Canada alone, the number of missing and murdered indigenous women was at 4,096 in 2016, as noted in research gathered by the Native Women’s Association of Canada.

  • Museum of International Folk Art | Jan 23, 2018

    Flamenco: From Spain to New Mexico travels the state

    (Santa Fe, NM) -- The sensual dance of flamenco has traveled the world, yet within the United States only in New Mexico is it integral to our state’s culture. In November of 2015 the Museum of International Folk Art opened the most comprehensive exhibition on flamenco, celebrating this living tradition as an art form. This stunning exhibition is now traveling to museums throughout the New Mexico.

  • New Mexico Museum of Art | Jan 22, 2018

    The New Mexico Museum of Art Presents Shifting Light: Perspective in Photography, An Instagram Initiative Shifting Light: Perspective in Photograph

    Having just celebrated its 100th anniversary in November 2017, the Museum of Art is now actively engaged in shaping its next century by inviting a group of 19 artists working in New Mexico to be guest contributors to its Instagram account (follow us at @nmartmuseum). Inaugurating the series is Albuquerque-based photographer Noah McLaurine, who will begin posting the week of January 21.

  • New Mexico History Museum | Jan 21, 2018

    A Counterculture Encore: Dropouts, Renegades, and Utopians, “new settlers of Northern New Mexico” presentation by author Benjamin Klein

    (Santa Fe, NM) – As an encore to the New Mexico History Museum’s Voices of Counterculture in the Southwest which closes February 11, author Benjamin Klein presents a talk entitledDropouts, Renegades, and Utopians: Irwin Klein’s photographs of the ’new settlers’ of northern New Mexico.

  • Museum of International Folk Art | Jan 18, 2018

    Beadwork Adorns the World Opening in April On Exhibition April 22, 2018 – February 3, 2019

    (Santa Fe, NM) – The ultimate migrants, small glass beads travel the world and end up entering the cultural lives of people far away to be worked into a garment or an object of art.  This spring, the Museum of International Folk Art opens the exhibition, Beadwork Adorns the World, opening April 22, 2018 and running through February 3, 2019.

     

     

  • Museum of Indian Arts and Culture | Jan 18, 2018

    “I-Witness Culture” a Solo Exhibition of Frank Buffalo Hyde Extended Through April 30, 2018 Popular Exhibition extended through Spring

    FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE : Jan. 18, 2018 (Santa Fe, NM)—The Museum of Indian Arts & Culture is pleased to announce an extended closing date of April 30, 2018 for the popular exhibition of Frank Buffalo Hyde’s work called, I-Witness Culture ...

  • New Mexico History Museum | Jan 16, 2018

    Fall Symposium Planned for 100th Anniversary of Gustave Baumann’s Arrival in New Mexico

    (Santa Fe, NM) – During the fall of 2018, the New Mexico History Museum and the New Mexico Museum of Art will hold a two day-symposium commemorating the 100th Anniversary of artist Gustave Baumann’s arrival in New Mexico. The event entitled, “Gathering for Gus” will be held Friday and Saturday, September 28 & 29, 2018 at the two Santa Fe museums located across the street from each other.

  • New Mexico Museum of Art | Jan 15, 2018

    Frederick Hammersley Exhibition will Travel to New Mexico Museum of Art “Frederick Hammersley: To Paint without Thinking” At The Huntington Library, Art Collections, and Botanical Gardens: Oct. 21, 2017 – Jan. 22, 2018 At the New Mexico Museum of Art, Santa Fe: May 26, 2018 – Sept. 29, 2018

    SAN MARINO, Calif.— The Huntington Library, Art Collections, and Botanical Gardens and the New Mexico Museum of Art announced today that “Frederick Hammersley: To Paint without Thinking,” an exhibition on view at The Huntington through Jan. 22, will travel to the New Mexico venue, where it will be on view from May 26 through Sept. 29, 2018.   The exhibition showcases the American artist’s sketchbooks, notebooks, inventories, and vibrant color swatches to illuminate the systematic  process he used to create his lively hard-edge geometric paintings. The presentation in New Mexico, where the artist lived from 1968 until his death in 2009, will be expanded by a dozen additional works from New Mexico Museum of Art’s collection.

     

  • Museum of International Folk Art | Jan 14, 2018

    Popular Folk Art Flea Returns to Museum of International Folk Art

    (Santa Fe, NM) – One of Santa Fe’s favorite community events, the Folk Art Flea, will be held on Saturday, May 5, 2018,  at the Museum of International Folk Art on Museum Hill. From toys to textiles and jewelry to masks from all over the world,  The Flea features an impressive array of well-priced folk art treasures. The treasured “Collectors’ Corner” returns with especially rare and unique items. The event is presented by the Museum Foundation of New Mexico’s Folk Art Committee in support of the Museum of International Folk Art Museum (MoIFA).

  • New Mexico Museum of Art | Jan 12, 2018

    Santa Fe’s Colorful Legacy: Celebrating 100+ Years of Art, Culture, and History A Lecture Series in Partnership with the School for Advanced Research

    In partnership with the School for Advanced Research (SAR), the New Mexico Museum of Art presents a series of public presentations in honor of the centennial celebration of the Museum of Art, SAR’s 110th anniversary, and the 40th anniversary of the Indian Arts Research Center (IARC) at SAR. These presentations will take place beginning in February 2018 and continue through October 2018.  

  • Museum of Natural History and Science | Jan 10, 2018

    Prepare for Leonardo da Vinci at the Museum’s $5 First Friday on February 2

    In anticipation of the February 10 opening of a blockbuster exhibition about Leonardo da Vinci, the New Mexico Museum of Natural History & Science is offering enjoyable family activities to introduce visitors to this well-known Renaissance artist, inventor, engineer, scientist, naturalist, and life-long learner. This orientation to the topics that will be covered in the upcoming exhibition will give each family member an opportunity to discover their own muse and interests through the eyes of one of the greatest minds of the last five hundred years.

     

  • New Mexico Farm and Ranch Heritage Museum | Jan 4, 2018

    Age, style in abundance for Farm & Ranch Museum’s antique show, new exhibit

    The exhibit, “Form & Function: Objects with Flair,” opens on Jan. 12. This fun exhibit features 44 objects from the museum’s collections that combine usefulness and beauty. Antique Treasures Day is Jan. 21.

  • Bosque Redondo Memorial at Fort Sumner | Jan 3, 2018

    Bosque Redondo Memorial: Commemorating 150 Years since the Treaty of 1868

    (Santa Fe, NM) – This summer marks the 150th anniversary of the signing of the Treaty of Bosque Redondo between the United States and many Navajo leaders which will be commemorated at the Bosque Redondo Memorial in June.  This free event is hosted by the Navajo Nation, the Mescalero Apache Tribe and by the New Mexico Department of Cultural Affairs parent agency of New Mexico Historic sites which includes the Bosque Redondo Memorial.

  • Wonders on Wheels | Jan 1, 2018

    Wonder on Wheels Mobile Museum Reached Thousands of School Students in New Mexico’s Rural Communities in 2017

    (Santa Fe, NM) —  From mid-April through the end of 2017, the New Mexico Department of Cultural Affairs Wonder on Wheels (WoW) mobile museum was visited by 17,430 New Mexicans. WoW’s featured exhibit for 2017 sampled the vast paleontological resources held by the New Mexico Museum of Natural History and Science (NMMNHS) in Albuquerque. In this exhibit, children learned how fossils were formed, what paleontologists do, what dinosaurs ate, how they lived, and their habitat.

  • Museum of Natural History and Science | Dec 26, 2017

    Super Blue Moon Eclipse Preview at the Museum’s $5 First Friday January 5th

    (Albuquerque, NM) – There is an astronomical trifecta happening January 31 – a Super Blue Moon Eclipse. On that morning, the moon will be full and is both a Super Moon and Blue Moon and it will also be totally eclipsed!  During the New Mexico Museum of Natural History and Science’s $5 First Friday event on January 5 there will be a preview event of this astronomical phenomenon convergence.     

  • New Mexico History Museum | Dec 11, 2017

    History Museum & Santa Fe Opera presentations recognize New Mexico’s ‘Atomic Histories’

    The New Mexico History Museum and the Santa Fe Opera will each feature presentations exploring New Mexico’s Atomic Histories during 2018 and 2019. The History Museum’s Atomic Histories exhibition opens June 3, 2018 and runs through May 2019. The exhibition will highlight American artist Meridel Rubenstein’s artwork including two photo/video/glass/steel installations from the traveling exhibition Critical Mass (1993-97) and “Oppenheimer’s Chair” (1995) commissioned by the first SITE Santa Fe Biennial to commemorate the 50th anniversary of the first atomic test.

     

  • Museum of Natural History and Science | Dec 6, 2017

    Natural History Collector: Hunt, Discover, Learn! How-to-book for collectors written by Museum Educator

      It is now easier for amateur explorers to find and identify treasures in our state or where they live, thanks to a new book written by New Mexico Museum of Natural History & Science  Educator Michael Sanchez.

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