The Española Valley Fiber Arts Center is working in support of a generative, living tradition of storytelling through textiles.
The “immersive experiences company” received the job training grant as it deals with two potential class-action suits, wage theft violations, and CEO turnover.
The city ordered the immersive arts group to pay its former employees more than $17,500 for violating labor laws.
The familiar world of her childhood, made strange by time, is the impetus for Paula Castillo’s new body of work.
The lawsuit alleges that the corporation subjected them to discrimination and unfair pay practice, wrongfully firing them after each brought their complaints to senior staff.
The exhibition examines themes of race, gender and class within the stories, traditions, architecture, and music of opera. On view through Fall 2019.
#AbolishTheEntrada is a demand to end the Entrada, an annual costumed reenactment of the colonial reconquest of Santa Fe by General Don Diego de Vargas in 1692.
SANTA FE, NM — The worlds of fashion and fine art often collide, both in the museum and on the runway.
SANTA FE — During the summer of 2013, Seattle-based artist Emma Levitt’s partner died suddenly.
SANTA FE — Inside an old bowling alley here, in an industrial district a few miles south of the well-trodden, gallery-lined Canyon Road, there is a house.
SANTA FE — An Evening Redness in the West explores the landscape of an apocalyptic world, investigating the doom of end times but also their promise of a new beginning.
ALBUQUERQUE — Last June, Catherine Harris and her family were at the tail end of a rocky 23-day working vacation in northern Denmark when a bee stung the older of her two children, a daughter who fell to her knees and began shaking her head in pain.