The Santa Fe Art Institute’s 2024 International Thematic Residency focuses on what sovereignty means for artists from across the world.
Maria Manuela is a Chicana writer who was born and raised in Santa Fe, where she still lives with her husband and pups. Her work appears regularly in Edible NM and New Mexico Magazine, and she is currently working on a collection of magical realism folk tales based on New Mexico history.
Textured Histories at Shiprock Santa Fe
The Santa Fe gallery features Indigenous textiles and jewelry from the early 19th century to today.
Jewelry Shines as a Fundamental Art Form
The Stories We Carry displays the breadth and scope of the medium, and its inherent storytelling capacity.
Almost a Century of Nurturing Artists at Albuquerque’s Harwood Art Center
In addition to exhibitions for both emerging and established artists in New Mexico, Harwood offers artist studios, an apprenticeship program, workshops, and art camps.
Nani Chacon’s Urban Interventions Enter the Museum
The artist says she wants to “confront people with beauty and pride and complexity.”