Tag Archives: Georgia O’Keeffe

March 04 2014

Visiting Santa Fe in March?

Ever-innovative SITE Santa Fe is focusing on the theme of dining as art in Feast: Radical Hospitality through May 18. A series of talks, documentaries, and public projects includes Lee Mingwei’s three-night performance of The Dining Project, a meal as performance shared with a visitor chosen by lottery (April 22), a crash course on Japanese […]

October 03 2013

So Much to See in Santa Fe in October

Look The Center for Contemporary Arts opens Atomic Surplus (Oct. 11-Jan. 5), a multifaceted project that examines what it means to live in the birthplace of the atomic bomb, with exhibitions, films, lectures, and field trips. Also certain to raise eyebrows is an art exhibition by Dread Scott (Oct. 14-Nov. 22) and accompanying lecture (Oct. […]

July 05 2013

Summer in Santa Fe: The Art Destination of the Southwest

The Santa Fe International Folk Art Market has become the largest market of its kind in the world. By giving master artisans access to a global marketplace, the market has played a pioneering role in empowering traditional communities while preserving historic art forms. More than 150 invited artists from 54 countries participate in a weekend […]

January 31 2013

The Month of Love in Santa Fe

ArtFeast should help whet your appetite for the ultimate foodie extravaganza: Santa Fe Restaurant Week, which has a growing list of restaurants (including La Plazuela) that will offer fine dining at a fixed-price. And to satisfy your sweet tooth, join chocolate historian Mark Sciscenti for a lecture and tasting in conjunction with the Museum of […]