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Online Watercolor Class

Online: Watercolor Class- We invite you to join us for a workshop exploring the works of Georgia O’Keeffe through the…
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PASTEL LANDSCAPE INTENSIVE – G200924 Join us for a combination of studio and plein air painting as we become immersed…
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DRAWING FROM NATURE – G200925: Join award-winning artist Helen Byers to refine your drawing skills with a focus on nature!…
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Santa Fe Galleries - Sovereign Santa Fe Native Art Exhibit

Art in Santa Fe | Sovereign Santa Fe Native Art Exhibit at La Fonda

As fine art collectors and enthusiasts from around the world gather in small groups and virtually in Santa Fe, New Mexico this…
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Douglas Fryer Exhibit

Douglas Fryer Exhibit @ Meyer Gallery
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Verve Santa Fe New Mexico

Verve Gallery Contemporary Photography

The Verve Gallery of Contemporary photography is* one of the few photography galleries in Santa Fe that have a number…
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Valerie Plame Santa Fe New Mexico

From Chaos to Complexity: Where Do Art and Science Meet?

Hanging out at MOCNA can be quite rewarding – even provocative. By its very nature, an institution with such a challenging…
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Santa Fe New Mexico

15 Things Before You Move

You’re probably moving to Santa Fe because you visited and fell in love with the place. We know, it happened…
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Santa Fe New Mexico pottery

Native American Artifacts and the Law

What information must an appraiser and clients know about American Indian prehistoric and historic items? Knowledge of the Archaeological Resources…
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okeefe painting

A History of Art and Culture in Santa

Art has always played a profound role in Santa Fe’s cultural character. From the city’s founding in 1609 to the…
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Indian Market Santa Fe New Mexico

Native American Artists Gather For the World’s Largest Indian Art Market

Indian Market is the largest juried Native art show in the world and the largest cultural event in the Southwest.…
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LaDonna Harris: Indian 101 Documentary

The subject of Brannum’s documentary is the captivating and hugely inspirational LaDonna Harris, a Comanche activist and national stateswoman. She is a natural…
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