The Carl & Marilynn Thoma Foundation opened the 3,500-square-foot space with exhibitions spanning the 18th to the 21st centuries.
The curriculum for the new, low-residency graduate program at IAIA is based on Indigenous knowledge.
The New Mexico Museum of Art and the state’s Department of Cultural Affairs are dismissing community concerns over the retirement of a beloved mural.
The act followed a weekend of protests for Indigenous People’s Day, in which some demonstrators chained themselves to the base of the monument.
The director of financial aid at the Santa Fe art school says the 10% reduction is part of an effort to “keep the students engaged and on the right path toward graduation.”
The experiential exhibition company, a major employer in the Santa Fe arts scene and subject of a number of lawsuits for its workplace conditions, announced staff changes due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
“It was an excruciating decision for the board,” said SWAIA chairman Thomas Teegarden of postponing Indian Market, which is a primary source of income for thousands.
The Culture Connections Coalition Artists Relief Fund prioritizes grants for artists from historically disadvantaged communities.
An exhibition in Santa Fe attempts to tell a different story of what art looks like in the state.
Strict historic preservation codes often favor aesthetic interests over energy-saving initiatives like solar panels — but the material and financial considerations play a part, too.
OBJECTS: REDUX, a reimagining of the groundbreaking 1969 Smithsonian exhibition OBJECTS: USA, explores innovative creation rooted in tradition and convention.
The museum’s latest major exhibition illuminates complexities surrounding the global crisis to reignite a sense of common humanity. On view March 21–September 6.