Tag Archives: theater

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 […]

June 02 2013

Time to Head Outdoors in Santa Fe

Outdoor festivals: Sample a true western tradition at the 64th annual Rodeo de Santa Fe, with a slate of cowboy fun from Mutton Bustin’ to Barrel Racing, a carnival midway and beer garden. The party kicks off with the annual parade in downtown Santa Fe. If you’re feeling a little more international, our annual Greek Festival […]

April 02 2013

Find What Inspires You in Santa Fe

At the museums: Through May 19, SITE Santa Fe is showing State of Mind: New California Art Circa 1970, exploring the West Coast contribution to conceptual art, with 150 works by 60 artists. The New Mexico History Museum opens a yearlong exhibition on Cowboys Real and Imagined, and will screen Tom Mix movies for free. […]

January 02 2013

Stay Warm in Santa Fe in January

Our across-the-street neighbor, the Museum of Contemporary Native Arts, opens a new exhibition of cutting-edge Native art, Thicker than Water, together with the symposium Personal Archive: Memory and Imagination in Contemporary Art. Also of interest to young collectors, the Zane Bennett Gallery does a show each year, Under Thirty-Five, showcasing up-and-coming artists whose work is […]