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.
The New Mexico Museum of Art’s Picturing Passion: Artists Interpret the Penitente Brotherhood confronts representation, truth, and otherness in depictions of the storied religious organization.
The nonprofit organization Vital Spaces is expanding into the Midtown Campus, where they will have studio and exhibition space while the city evaluates potential long-term developers for the project.
The National Endowment for the Humanities announced the recipients of $30.9 million in grants this morning in Santa Fe at the Georgia O’Keeffe Museum, which received a matching grant to go toward its new campus project.
The artist, Remy, installed reproductions of gruesome photographs from newspapers on a wall in the city’s historic district. The historic preservation board has ruled that the works must be removed within two weeks.
Some community members are against the destruction of “Multi-Cultural,” a mural painted in 1980 by “living treasure” Gilberto Guzman.
In their Hispanic Heritage Wing, Santa Fe’s Museum of International Folk Art tells multilayered stories of music and performance in northern New Mexico.
“There’s a bigger piece of what we’re trying to do, which is thinking, on a macro level, about Santa Fe’s identity as an art town,” said Daniel Werwath, who is developing the Siler Yard project.