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Talking about Ghost Ranch, Georgia O’Keeffe said “It is not a country of light on things, it is a country of things in light.” You are invited to see “things in light.” It is quite surreal to step into such a majestic, beautiful, and wise space. Our spirits and souls need moments like this in these times. Whether it’s your first time or 20th visiting the ranch, something new awaits you. We have set a banquet of workshops and retreats – there is something for all interests and ages – we trust there is one with your name on it!

Upcoming Events @ Ghost Ranch

Why the International Folk Art Market Matters to So Many People
Folk Art Market Santa Fe New Mexico

Santa Fe’s International Folk Art Market comes to Museum Hill in July, and the crowd is more than welcome. The market brings in some 20,000 visitors and since 2004, the International Folk Art Market has hosted more than 1,000 master folk artists from 100 countries in the world’s largest exhibition and sale of works by master folk artists. Artist earnings have exceeded $31 million and impacted more than one million lives in the communities they represent. Is Folk Art Market … Read More

Cosmic Campground Dark Sky Sanctuary
Milky Way

If you think you’ve seen everything that shines in New Mexico, just look up at the night sky from Cosmic Campground and you’ll find even more to admire. Las Cruces astrophotographer Bob Kimball, a retired college dean from Michigan, describes it as a place where coyotes serenade visitors during the beautiful, quiet nights. When he visits, he is often accompanied by his 4-inch refracting telescope as well as other astrophotographers from Las Cruces. Cosmic Campground International Dark Sky Sanctuary (CCIDSS), … Read More

Snow Trax 8 | A Mid-Winter Pause to Reflect
Full moon behind skier.

A Mid-Winter Pause to Reflect | By Snowsports Writer Daniel Gibson Winter seems to have run out of steam, or I should say, condensation. The snow valve has been largely shut off in the Southwest, and the Rockies in general. For instance, Big Sky, Montana reports just a 39-inch base; Jackson Hole, Wyoming, 49 inches at mid-mountain; and Alta, Utah just 41 inches. Cali isn’t any better, with the greatest depth at Squaw Valley — 39 inches at the bottom … Read More