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Join Nüart Gallery for an exhibition of work by four painters, each with a contemporary take on the ancient practice of figurative representation. Working in oil, acrylic, egg tempera, and color pencil, these artists portray the figure along a stunning spectrum of stylization and realism. This exhibit showcases: Erin Cone, John Tarahteeff, Matthias Brandes, and Michael Bergt-- four of Nuart’s powerhouses, each a master of their craft with a unique vision and distinctive style. Erin Cone is known for her…
Show Pony Gallery
In conjunction with our Summer Exhibition of Rebecca Mir Grady's show Underneaths SACRAMENT OF TEARS: -Opening incantations of spells for the benefit of mother earth by The Treaty Of Iceberg and Sorcery Saturday 8/24 6-9pm at Show Pony a collective space for tears/grief/mourning/contemplation -A three hour spell/prayer durational time-space—to be in tears and/or the witnessing of tears— to contemplate whatever is sad in you and/or witness the contemplation ——a place to be open to the expression of tears in yourself…
The Academy for the Love of Learning
Blue Rain Gallery
Santa Fe painter Roseta Santiago discusses the concepts of inspiration and enchantment and demonstrates her painting process. Special guests include Jesús Bas (Spanish guitar), Michaelann Perea (Dancer), and Anne Pesata (Apache basket weaver and dancer).
City of Mud
Final Fridays! A new way to get the most out of summer at City of Mud. We’ll stay open late for a special salon on the last Friday of each summer month. Brilliant glass artist MF Baker will entertain us with a presentation on the special UV-reactive glass objects he has been creating. Look at his pieces under incandescent and black light, hear how he makes them—and what the history of this unusual art form is all about.
Blue Rain Gallery
See enchanting new figurative paintings by Santa Fe painter Roseta Santiago during the art walk in the railyard.
Contemporary railyard art space, galleryFRITZ, is excited to announce Frank Buffalo Hyde’s upcoming solo show, Epochs, opening August 30 and running through September 22, 2019. Buffalo Hyde’s current body of work is a culmination of 25 years of painting. Describing his new work as “liberated” from the self-imposed stylized confines of his earlier work, Buffalo Hyde says, he’s entering a different plane, where he’s now able to do more with his medium and process as a result of his maturity…
form & concept
“This is my emerging from the cocoon, as it were,” says Maurice Oliver. The musician, originally from New York City, will perform pieces from his latest album, “Santa Fe Suite." It’s the first music the multi-disciplinary artist has produced since moving to Eldorado and undergoing a triple-bypass surgery—all in less than a year. Accompanied by his brother Steve and bassist Gary Paul Hermus, Oliver unveils his reactions to his new environment and perspective in an immersive concert experience forged from…
Hecho a Mano
Rufino Tamayo, a Mexican artist of Zapotec descent, combined European painting styles and Mexican folk motifs in his paintings and prints. He is widely accepted today as one of the most important artists in Mexican art history. This exhibition at Hecho a Mano consists of lithographs created between 1950 and 1980. Tamayo admired the works of Pablo Picasso, Georges Braque, and Henri Matisse and developed a strong interest in pre-Columbian art while working at the National Museum of Archaeology in…
Harwood Museum of Art
Inspired by the Judy Chicago: Birth Project exhibition, this free discussion addresses the birthing traditions of pueblo women in northern New Mexico. Representatives from Tewa Women United and Taos Pueblo will talk about doula and midwifery education, support for childbirth on the pueblos and answer questions. Tewa Women United Located in the ancestral Tewa homelands of Northern New Mexico, Tewa Women United (TWU) is a multicultural and multiracial organization that was founded and is led by Native women. The name…
Show Pony Gallery
Join us for the closing reception of Rebecca Mir Grady's show.
5G Gallery North
"The Roaming Artist" Daniel Kathalynas teams up with New Mexico artist Jana Opincariu for a joint exhibition called TOTEM. Centering on the transcendent spirit of animal, plant, and land formations, TOTEM provides a unique window into a reality where creatures of day and night are much more than they seem. Opincariu paints razor-sharp images where vulnerable life forms become a delicate part of human synergy. Kathalynas paints and assembles wallhangings with a symbolic use of materials portraying the sacred life…
Obscura Gallery presents a solo exhibition with gallery artist Brigitte Carnochan of prints inspired by Emily Dickinson. Dickinson's poems are widely admired and her life mythologized and given that her poetry is unusual in its structure and handling of language—sometimes even opaque—what is it that attracts such interest and devotion? Much is owing to the richness and mystery of her imagery, especially those flowers that become the vivid metaphors for her thoughts on every subject. Her poems were gardens in…
Paper Rain Studio
This 4-day workshop (10 am-4 pm, offered seasonally) is designed for an in-depth experience in papermaking and sculpture building capturing light and shadow. We will use natural materials to create an armature then apply your handmade paper to the form. Various media are available for your use such as Sumi ink, kakishibu, and indigo dye.
Tsechen Namdrol Ling
Lama Jay Goldberg: Celebrating H.H. Sakya Trichen's Birthday with Two Events! ~ "Taking Eight Precepts" (AM) & "Green Tara Empowerment & Meditation" (PM)
Wild Hearts Gallery
Mary and Karl Hofmann are the featured artists at Wild Hearts Gallery with their exhibition running from August 27 through September 29. The public is invited to the artists’ reception on Saturday, September 7 from 1-4 pm. Light refreshments will be served. Wild Hearts Gallery is located in Placitas, at the Homestead Village, 221-B State Highway 165, 2 ½ miles from I-25. Forty-three years ago, Placitas cast a spell on Mary and Karl Hofmann. Once they discovered this place with…
Taos Community Auditorium
Sometimes inspiration can be found in unexpected places. Choreographer Allison Orr finds beauty and grace in the movements of garbage trucks and the usually unseen men and women who pick up our trash. Filmmaker Andrew Garrison follows Orr as she rides along with Austin sanitation workers on their daily routes to observe and later convince them to perform a most unlikely spectacle. A documentary by Andrew Garrison starring Virginia Alexander, Don Anderson, Lee Houston. Three nights: Monday-Wednesday, September 9-11, 7:00…
Taos Plaza & Historic District
Local, national and international artists present immersive and participatory art installations that use hi- and low-tech media to explore “Connections”– our interactions with each other, nature, and the world–through multi-sensory experiences. The nexus for the festival is Taos Historic District where more than 25 works will be featured, ranging from performance to new media technology. All will actively engage the public with place––whether projecting on Taos’s adobe walls or highlighting its historic acequias. One 2019 presenter is La Pocha Nostra from San Francisco, a trans-disciplinary arts organization…
McCreery Jordan Fine Art
McCreery Jordan’s upcoming show I’m Coming Out (September 13, 2019) will feature many new bas-relief paintings and three-dimensional sculptures. Some of the faces, figures, ravens, and horses literally and physically come out of the paintings, while others are painted to appear to transcend the surface. Still, others are free-standing sculptures. Close inspection by the viewer is required to discern which are which. The show marks the opening of the new location of McCreery Jordan Gallery at 924 Paseo de Peralta,…
Paper Rain Studio
During this day-long class, students learn how to use flax roving to shape a beautiful fiber bowl, box or collage. Flax roving is an easy and fun technique with endless possibilities. The finished dried sculpture can be embellished with materials such as ink, paint or stitching.
Taos Community Auditorium
Rapid pace, 20x20 presentations by PASEO 2019 and Taos Fall Arts artists. The term “Pecha Kucha” is Japanese, and refers to the sound of “chit chat.” The gist of Pecha Kucha is that presenters are given an opportunity to showcase and present 20 images of their work, with images changed every 20 seconds. Each artist's presentation is 6 minutes and 40 seconds. Presenters: Colton White Ori Alon Britney A King and Jennifer Nev-Diaz Amber Vasquez Lothario Areski Jody Servon Tessa…
Scottish Rite Center
The best way to experience poetry is by hearing it. Even better is to hear it recited — and then explored through the lenses of history and personal anecdote — by one of the most talented actors at work today. British actor and director Julian Sands — recognized around the world for his roles on stage and screen, including Room with a View, The Killing Fields, and 24 — returns to Santa Fe after a sold-out performance last season to…
Museum of Encaustic Art
Meet the artists, enjoy refreshments, opening day free to the public. Thirty-eight nation-wide artists juried were into this 3rd annual exhibition, helping us to examine how we assimilate and personalize the scientific information coming to light about global warming. Exhibition on view through October 27 with $10 Museum Admission applicable. Discover the art of wax. Photo: Michelle Hayden, for Those Who Cannot Speak. Encaustic/Mixed Media