• Museum of International Folk Art | Sep 29, 2017

    Crafting Memory: The Art of Community in Peru opens Sunday, December 3, 2017 Exhibition of 21st-Century Peruvian folk arts depicts political, economic, and environmental transformation

    FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: September 29, 2017 (Santa Fe, NM)—The Museum of International Folk Art unveils Crafting Memory: The Art of Community in Peru , an important exhibition of contemporary folk art that expresses political, economic, and environm ...

  • Museum of Natural History and Science | Sep 27, 2017

    NatureScapes 2017 Photo Contest Winners Announced

    The results are in, and the New Mexico Museum of Natural History and Science (NMMNHS) has announced the winners of the 2017 NatureScapes photo competition. Each year, NMMNHS choses a theme for the photo contest that encourages contestants to examine and understand New Mexico’s natural beauty. This year’s theme - “Water” - invited photographers to explore and re-discover nature throughout the state.  Winning photographs will hang in the gallery from October 21 through January 19, 2018.

  • New Mexico State Library | Sep 27, 2017

    DCA Deputy Secretary Delello Honored for Innovation & Continued Service to New Mexico Libraries

    (Santa Fe, NM) – New Mexico Department of Cultural Affairs Deputy Secretary Mike Delello is the recipient of the Mountain Plains Library Association’s (MPLA) Carl Gaumer Library Champion Award. The MPLA is a twelve-state association of librarians, library professionals and friends of libraries in Arizona, Colorado, Kansas, Montana, Nebraska, Nevada, New Mexico, North Dakota, Oklahoma, South Dakota and Wyoming.  The Carl Gaumer Library Champion Award is to be given to an individual, organization or company whose positive support of the Mountain Plains Library Association is demonstrated by repeated conscientious endeavors towards libraries, library staff, trustees, and professional activities.  Deputy Secretary Delello won the award for his innovative accomplishments and staunch library advocacy while serving as Interim State Librarian during 2014 -2015 and his continued work with libraries state-wide as the Deputy Cabinet Secretary.

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

    “Spooky Salsa” Halloween Costume Party for Adults set for October 20 at the NM Museum of Natural History & Science

    Why let kids have all the fun this Halloween?  Figure out a costume, grab your partner and plan a night of ‘Spooky Salsa’ at the New Mexico Museum of Natural History and Science Adult Halloween party Friday, October 20th

  • National Hispanic Cultural Center | Sep 19, 2017

    Los Pleneros de la 21 Premiere Afro-Puerto Rican Bomba and Plena Ensemble Performs at the NHCC

    The National Hispanic Cultural Center and the Outpost Performance Space present Los Pleneros de la 21, an Afro-Puerto Rican bomba and plena ensemble of musicians, dancers, and artisans, on Saturday, October 7 at 7:30 PM in the NHCC’s Albuquerque Journal Theatre. Tickets are $32 and $35, with a $3 discount for students and seniors and a $5 discount for Outpost and NHCC members, and are available from the Center’s Box Office, at 505-724-4771, or at www.nhccnm.org. The concert is part of the NHCC’s Chispa: Latino Music Season.

  • National Hispanic Cultural Center | Sep 19, 2017

    NHCC Brings 4,000-Square-Foot Fresco and Other Masterpieces Online on Google Arts and Culture

    People around the world can now view artifacts from the National Hispanic Cultural Center (NHCC) online through a partnership with Google Arts and Culture. Thanks to this new virtual exhibition, users will be able to see Mundos de Mestizaje, a 4,000-square-foot painting that is the largest concave fresco in North America, in addition to select pieces from the NHCC Art Museum’s permanent collection.

  • Museum of Natural History and Science | Sep 14, 2017

    Celebrate “The Wonderful World of Opals” at the New Mexico Museum of Natural History & Science $5 First Friday October 6

    Just one month remains to see The Wonderful World of Opals at the New Mexico Museum of Natural History and Science.  This one-of-a-kind exhibit disbands after October 15.  It features cut and uncut stones from around the world, including Australia, Mexico, Ethiopia and Peru and a one-of-a-kind rough opal specimen from Australia that weighs over 160 pounds. The exhibit includes set opal jewels from guest curator Katherine Jetter’s own collection. The Australian born, Santa Fe based internationally recognized jewel designer is a GIA graduate gemologist and a leading expert in the opal industry for more than a decade.

  • New Mexico Farm and Ranch Heritage Museum | Sep 7, 2017

    Farm & Ranch Museum features breed of sheep created in NM Debouillet sheep originated in southeastern NM in 1920s

    The Debouillet sheep breed originated in southeastern New Mexico, and the New Mexico Farm & Ranch Heritage Museum in Las Cruces has a new display that chronicles the development of this type of sheep. The Museum also has two Debouillet ewes among its livestock collection.  Debouillet sheep were developed by the late Amos Dee (A.D.) Jones of Roswell and Tatum. In 1920, Jones began crossing Ohio Delaine rams on his herd of 5,500 Rambouillet ewes. These ewes were an exceptional herd of commercial sheep. By selective breeding, Jones produced a long-stapled, fine-wooled sheep with a large, smooth body.  

     

  • National Hispanic Cultural Center | Sep 6, 2017

    50 YEARS OF MUSIC, ACTIVISM, AND EDUCATION: Iconic Chilean Ensemble Inti-Illimani Comes to the NHCC on Anniversary Tour

    The National Hispanic Cultural Center (NHCC) and Avokado Artists showcase legendary Chilean ensemble Inti-Illimani, as part of the series Festival Chispa Presents, on Wednesday, October 11 at 7:30 PM in the NHCC’s Albuquerque Journal Theatre. Tickets are $22 and $27, with a $2 discount for students and seniors and a $3 discount for NHCC members, and are available from the Center’s Box Office, at 505-724-4771, or at www.nhccnm.org. Inti-Illimani will perform at the NHCC on the group’s 50th anniversary tour. 

  • Department of Cultural Affairs | Sep 6, 2017

    Find free, family-friendly fun at Museum Hill Community Day Sunday, September 24, 2017 Activities include a matanza, Native dances, live music, artist demonstrations, and free museum admission

    FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: September 6, 2017 (Santa Fe, NM)—Sunday, September 24, the Museum Hill Partners ( which include the International Folk Art Alliance, Museum of Indian Arts and Culture, Museum of International Folk Art, Museum of Spanish Colon ...

  • Museum of Natural History and Science | Sep 2, 2017

    Mission to the Asteroid Belt

    (Albuquerque, NM) --- The New Mexico Museum of Natural History & Science has opened a new, one-of-a-kind exhibition about NASA’s Dawn space probe and the amazing discoveries it has made during its 10-year journey through the solar system. This temporary addition to the space science area will be available through mid-2018.

     

  • Los Luceros | Aug 31, 2017

    Los Luceros FREE Harvest Festival part of New Mexico Culture Squared (NMC2) programs Sunday, September 17

    (Santa Fe, NM) - New Mexico Culture Squared (NMC2), a program of the New Mexico Department of Cultural Affairs, will present a Harvest Festival and a free outdoor concert at the Los Luceros Historic Site in Alcalde on Sunday, September 17, 2017 from 9:00AM to 3:00PM.

     

  • Museum of Natural History and Science | Aug 28, 2017

    New Mexico Museum of Natural History & Science Selected to Participate in National Museum Assessment Program

    (Albuquerque, NM)The New Mexico Museum of Natural History & Science (NMMNHS) was selected to participate in the Museum Assessment Program (MAP) administered by the American Alliance of Museums. Through guided self-study and on-site consultation with a museum professional, participation in MAP will empower NMMNHS to better serve the citizens of New Mexico by facilitating its meeting and exceeding the highest professional standards of the museum field.

  • New Mexico History Museum | Aug 25, 2017

    Lecture & Discussion & Book-Signing with Santa Fe Artist Paul Pletka

    A few days after his new book comes out, Santa Fe artist Paul Pletka will give a lecture at the New Mexico History Museum auditorium on Saturday, October 7, from 2:00-4:00PM.  The lecture will be followed by a discussion with curator Andrew Connors of the Albuquerque Museum.  Following the discussion, Pletka will sign copies of his book, Paul Pletka: Imagined Westby Amy Scott (Author) James K. Ballinger (Foreword), Paul Pletka (Contributor)

  • New Mexico State Library | Aug 21, 2017

    National Book Festival New Mexico and The Wolves of Currumpaw

    The New Mexico State Library has chosen The Wolves of Currumpaw, written and illustrated by William Grill, published by Flying Eye Books, as the book which will represent New Mexico in the Pavilion of the States at the 2017 National Book Festival. Mr. Grill is a London based illustrator whose main interest lies in narrative illustration and publishing. He draws most of his inspiration from the natural world, and enjoys working in colored pencils and relief printmaking. His books have won multiple awards and have been translated into more than 14 languages. Mr. Grill said, “What an amazing surprise! I am so pleased. I am so happy to have been chosen and I’m so glad The Wolves of Currumpaw has been positively received by the New Mexico State Library.”

  • Coronado Historic Site | Aug 16, 2017

    Coronado Historic Site Ranger Ethan Ortega Wins First Prize in Cordell-Powers Competition at 2017 Pecos Conference

    (Santa Fe, NM) –  Coronado Historic Site Researcher/Ranger Ethan Ortega was awarded first prize in the prestigious Cordell-Powers competition at the 2017 Pecos Conference for his research at Coronado Historic Site

  • New Mexico History Museum | Aug 16, 2017

    History Museum’s Photo Legacy Project Catalogs Gay Santa Fe Man’s Experience of Vietnam War

    On Saturday, September 16 at 3:00 the New Mexico History Museum will present Letters Home from the Vietnam War: Herbert Lotz in conversation with Gregory Hinton in conjunction with the Lotz photography exhibit Sleeping During the Day: Vietnam 1968; in honor of Santa Fe Gay Pride weekend.

  • Museum of Natural History and Science | Aug 15, 2017

    Unique Imaging of a Dinosaur’s Skull Tells Evolutionary Tale Collaboration creates highest-resolution scan of a large tyrannosaur skull ever done

    Researchers using Los Alamos’ unique neutron-imaging and high-energy X-ray capabilities have exposed the inner structures of the fossil skull of a 74-million-year-old tyrannosauroid dinosaur nicknamed the Bisti Beast in the highest-resolution scan of tyrannosaur skull ever done. The results add a new piece to the puzzle of how these bone-crushing top predators evolved over millions of years.

  • New Mexico Farm and Ranch Heritage Museum | Aug 14, 2017

    Photography exhibit at Farm & Ranch Museum brings NM avian life into focus

    “On the Wing: The Avian Photography of Nirmal Khandan” opens in the Museum’s Arts Corridor with public reception from 5-7 p.m. on Aug. 24. Refreshments will be served and admission to the reception is free. The show will be on display through Dec. 3.

  • New Mexico History Museum | Aug 9, 2017

    Distinguished New Mexico Authors Share Our Times with Miss O’Keeffe (and Other Stories)

    In September, the New Mexico History Museum is hosting Our Times with Miss O’Keeffe (and Other Stories) with three distinguished writers who describe their memorable moments with New Mexico’s most recognized artist.

  • New Mexico Farm and Ranch Heritage Museum | Aug 9, 2017

    Farm & Ranch Museum hosts Community Appreciation Day Celebration includes 100th birthday of restored chuck wagon

    Celebrating the 100th birthday of the New Mexico Farm & Ranch Heritage Museum’s newly restored chuck wagon is part of the festivities for the second-annual Community Appreciation Day on Aug. 26.

    Admission is free all day at the museum in Las Cruces and activities are planned from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Visitors are invited to interact with living history characters, shop at the plant sale, enjoy the food vendors, or check out the animals, exhibits or vintage tractors. Children’s games are part of the activities, as well as train rides (9 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. for $3) and pony rides (10:30 a.m. to 12 p.m., and 1 p.m. to 2:15 p.m. for $5).

    Demonstrations on Aug. 26 include: blacksmithing, quilting, milking (10 a.m. and 3 p.m.), colcha embroidery (9 a.m. to 12 p.m.), and wool spinning (9 a.m. to 12 p.m.).

  • New Mexico History Museum | Aug 8, 2017

    History Museum’s Fiesta Symposium Embraces Community Conversations About the Pueblo Revolt and the Reconquista

    The New Mexico History Museum is hosting a Fiesta Symposium focusing on the history of the Pueblo Revolt, the Reconquest, and the Fiesta itself.  Featuring an array of presenters, this event aims to open broader understandings of the complexities of New Mexico’s history. The day will culminate in a roundtable community conversation in which audience members are invited to participate.

  • Museum of International Folk Art | Aug 7, 2017

    MOIFA Announces 50 Percent Off Museum Admission for Attendees of August’s Objects of Art and Antique American Indian Art shows

    FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: August 7, 2017 (Santa Fe, NM)—Attendees of the Objects of Art show, August 10–13, and Antique American Indian Art Show, August 15–18, at Santa Fe’s El Museo Cultural, 555 Camino de la Familia in the Santa Fe ...

  • New Mexico State Library | Aug 7, 2017

    Solar Eclipse Viewing Glasses Available at Participating Public Libraries

    (Santa Fe, NM) –   Eighteen participating New Mexico and El Paso area libraries are handing out free solar eclipse viewing glasses in anticipation of the upcoming solar eclipse. The eclipse viewing glasses are being distributed free at public libraries across the country. The participating libraries are listed at http://spacescience.org/software/libraries/map.php/.

  • Bosque Redondo Memorial at Fort Sumner | Aug 4, 2017

    Bosque Redondo History Project and Embudo Valley Library & Community Center Awarded NEH Grants

    Two divisions in the New Mexico Cultural Affairs Department have been awarded Creating Humanities Community Grants by the National Endowment for Humanities (NEH).  The largest $150,000 matching grant funds a project at of one of New Mexico’s Historic Sites, “Taking Back History: The Enduring Legacy of Bosque Redondo.”  The second grant of $30,000 under the NEH’s “The Power of Story in Communities” was awarded to Embudo Valley Library and Community Center.

  • New Mexico Museum of Art | Aug 3, 2017

    New Mexico Museum of Art launches neighborhood exhibition at Santa Fe Southside Library Small display of items chronicles youth art events at Santa Fe’s oldest museum

    The New Mexico Museum of Art has installed a small display of historical items relating to youth art from its archives at the Santa Fe Public Library Southside Branch, located at 6599 Jaguar Drive. The items will be on display at the library through Oct. 31

  • Museum of Indian Arts and Culture | Aug 1, 2017

    Pueblo Students Learn Architecture through Summer Reading Program & UNM School of Architecture Partnership

    With an established mission to Build a Better World more than 200 children from the Pueblos of Tesuque, Laguna, San Ildefonso, Zia, Jemez, Santa Clara, Ohkay Owingeh, and Santo Domingo designed and created miniature adobe structures that were assembled into a village complete with hornos and a ramada. Future architects Brandon Ortiz (Taos Pueblo), Charelle Brown (Santo Domingo Pueblo), and Daryl Lucero (Isleta Pueblo) created a fun and dynamic atmosphere in which children made adobe bricks, designed and built structures. Stories were shared and basic design ideas exchanged as students from ages 4 to 12 worked together to complete the village.   

  • Lincoln Historic Site | Aug 1, 2017

    Weekend Events Celebrate New Mexico’s Storied Past at NM Historic Sites

    Plan an escape from the modern day at New Mexico Historic Sites over the next two weekends. The Lincoln Historic Site celebrates Old Lincoln Days this coming weekend, and the Jemez Historic Site commemorates Pueblo Independence Day the following weekend.

  • Museum of Natural History and Science | Jul 25, 2017

    Museums’ Fossil Mammal Research Project Gets NSF Grant

    The National Science Foundation has awarded the New Mexico Museum of Natural History & Science a $101,125 grant to support research on early placental mammals and STEAM (science, technology, engineering, art and math) educational programs. The project, aims to shed light on how mammals fared after the Cretaceous extinction (K-Pg extinction), an event most famous for the demise of the non-avian dinosaurs. 

  • Museum of Natural History and Science | Jul 24, 2017

    August 4 - $5 First Friday Focus on The Great American Eclipse

     On August 4, get ready for The Great American Eclipse at the New Mexico Museum of Natural History and Science (NMMNHS) during $5 First Friday. On Monday, August 21, an eclipse of the sun can be seen across the entire United States. For most of the country, including New Mexico, the eclipse will be partial. This means only part of the sun’s surface will be blocked by the moon and there will be no point during which it will be safe to look at the sun without proper eye protection. The only place where it will be safe to view the sun directly will be a relatively narrow path from Oregon to South Carolina, and then only for a little over two minutes while the sun is totally eclipsed.

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