Join us for a free screening of the 2009 documentary on the life and legacy of countercultural icon, Wavy Gravy. Following the film, Wavy Gravy will share his memories and take questions.
“’Saint Misbehavin’’ is an unabashed love letter to the world that defies the cynicism of our age.” – The New York Times
Free Auditorium event/Bottled water only please
Photo provided by the Lisa Law Production Archives
(Santa Fe, NM) -- New Mexico Museum of Natural History and Science patrons will be treated a performance by the Young Voices of the Santa Fe Opera when they present Encounters with Opera. The performance will take place Saturday November, 4 during 2017 National Opera Week, a week-long celebration of opera takes place in cities and town throughout the country.
The Museum of Indian Arts & Culture unveils a sculpture of young Valentino, who passed away in 2016. Valentino’s father, George Rivera, has produced a sculpture of Valentino, to be included in the Museum’s permanent collection. Speakers include: Jamie Clements, President/CEO of the Museum of NM Foundation; Della Warrior (Otoe Missouria), Director of MIAC; Javier Gonzalez, Mayor; Dan Perry, Vice Chair, Museum of New Mexico Foundation Trustees; Billy Mills (Oglala Lakota), Olympic Gold Medalist; Steve LaRance (Hopi/Assiniboine), Hoop Dancer; George Rivera, former Governor of Pojoaque Pueblo.
Performances by: Pueblo of Pojoaque Buffalo Dancers; Jir Project Band (Blues/Rock); Santa Fe Break Dancers; Lightning Boy Hoope Dancers.
All are welcome to this free public event.
he New Mexico Museum of Natural History and Science DynaTheater’s current film, Space Next 3D offers a stunning glimpse into yesterday’s accomplishments, today’s science and tomorrow’s possibilities of what is to come by way of private space developments and national space programs
Nov 9, 2017
Annual MIAC Native American Veterans Day Celebration
Museum of Indian Arts and Culture
11:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Includes Ceremony and Screening of "Defending the Fire"
Join us for our annual program celebrating the sacrifices and valor of our Native American Veterans.
Program begins at 11am and includes:
At 2pm, we screen "Defending the Fire," a recent release by Silver Bullet Productions which garnered Best Picture in 2017’s SWAIA’s Class X, followed by a discussion with producer Pam Pierce.
From Silver Bullet’s Website: Since the beginning of time, Native American Warriors have navigated a unique cultural and spiritual path, relying on the tenets of the Warrior in ancient and modern warfare. The lessons of the Warrior are universal; the spirit of the Warrior survives, even in the face of conflict.
With a focus on the spiritual and historic journey of Native American Warriors, Silver Bullet Productions will present the story of the Warrior, the importance of cultures in modern quests, and the lessons of War through the lens of these cultures. The characters will be elders and historians from New Mexican tribes and Native veterans of World War II, and the Korean, Vietnam and Afghanistan/Iraq conflicts. Grounded in research and guided by voices of men and women in our armed forces, the documentary will reveal the distinct motive, preparation, conflict, and healing of tribal soldiers.
Volunteers will cheerfully accept your donation of gently used folk art items (ceramics, ethnic apparel, jewelry, small furniture, framed art, sculpture, linens, masks, figurines) in exchange for a tax-deductible donation receipt, from 11 AM to 12 pm at the Museum of International Folk Art, on Museum Hill.
Join the New Mexico History Museum every second Saturday of the month from June 2017-February 2018 for a presentation and conversation-style gallery talk in conjunction with the current exhibit, Voices of Counterculture in the Southwest.
Siddiq Hans von Briesen, the brother of Lama Foundation cofounder Barbara Durkee, was an early communard at Lama. Von Briesen will speak about the commune’s evolution over its fifty years.
Located on the second floor of the NMHM-Free
Nov 13, 2017 - Nov 16, 2017
The 1960s: Great Dreams or Grim Nightmares? A RENESAN Symposium
New Mexico History Museum
10:00 AM - 3:00 PM
The way you answer that question may depend on your age, your gender, your geographic location, your income, and your race. The Bay Area, Mississippi, Taos, Greenwich Village, and Chicago tell different stories, with some common threads running through them. For some, it was a time of great promise and renewed social activism; for others, these same activities posed a challenge to the established order and a threat to national security.
RENESAN, Santa Fe’s Institute for Lifelong Learning, is collaborating with the New Mexico History Museum and the Palace of the Governors to expand the reach of its exhibit “Voices of Counter Culture in the Southwest” to the nation as a whole, examining some of the major issues raised by the times and exploring their impact on American culture today.
Over the course of four days, November 13 to 16, scholars, writers, photographers, and activists, both local and national, will discuss the key themes that take these conversations far beyond the cliché of sex, drugs, and rock ‘n’ roll.
Nov 17, 2017
CANCELLED Free Kundalini Yoga at the New Mexico History Museum
New Mexico History Museum
12:00 PM - 1:15 PM
Please note that this class does not fall on a Thursday for this week.
CANCELLED Bring your mat, your mind and your body for a free monthly third Thursday Kundalini yoga class in conjunction with Voices of Counterculture in the Southwest. As was taught by Yogi Bhajan, Kundalini yoga is an ancient technology of developing harmony in body, mind and spirit through gentle yogic stretches, energizing breathing and calming meditation. Classes are free (donations welcome), open to everybody and fun. Please bring a mat or a blanket to the Meem Community Room and arrive at least 5-10 minutes before class begins.
Classes taught by Kirpal S. Khalsa an accredited Kundalini Yoga Trainer, Minister of Sikh Dharma and involved member of the Espanola Sikh Community.
No registration required.
Questions? Email email@example.com
(Albuquerque, NM) – Who will build the amazing future of our human race? That question sparks a giant-screen adventure unlike any other in DREAM BIG: Engineering Our World, an epically fun tour of inspiration through the visionary advances made by yesterday’s, today’s – and most thrillingly of all, tomorrow’s – engineers. This film is the perfect encapsulation of what engineering is all about: ordinary people finding ways to defy the impossible and change the world, and their own lives, in the process.
The New Mexico Museum of Natural History and Science hosts Dream Big: Engineering our World, a giant-screen adventure, with a team of engineering professionals staffing booths in the atrium to provide guidence.
We are all getting ready for Thanksgiving. Corn was a staple for Native Americans and early settlers alike so toys made from cornhusks were common. Join us this Sunday to make your own cornhusk doll for this season.