Mar 1, 2020
Talk on the Tribesourcing Project with Jennifer Jenkins, PhD
Museum of International Folk Art
2:00 PM - 3:30 PM
Sunday, March 1, 2020 2:00-3:30pm in the Vernick auditorium.
“Tribesourcing is a digital humanities project, where existing "social studies" films from the American Indian Film Gallery, made in the 1950s and 1960s are re- recorded with new narrations by community members and elders from Native American communities. This “tribesourcing” method allows for identification of local knowledge that might otherwise be lost, as well as providing a rich, community-based metadata record for each film.
Jennifer Jenkins, PhD, Tribesourcing Project Manager, and English Professor at the University of Arizona, will demonstrate the merging of old video and new audio in Mukurtu at Tribesourcingfilm.com and discuss what she has learned in the process of digitally repatriating these midcentury films.”
Join us on the First FREE Sunday of the Month for our all-ages program featuring storytime, Hands-on art activity and explorations in the galleries.
Sunday March 1 “Let’s Make Music”
FREE for all NM residents . Funded by Museum of New Mexico Foundation Education Fund
Bring your crafting skills to the classroom and learn how tiny beetles that live on cactus may become your favorite shade of red. We will be mixing cochineal based watercolors. All material supplied, just bring your imagination!
All ages welcome-free with admission.
Please join Alicia Romero, Ph.D., Curator of Spanish Colonial, Mexican, and Chicano/a History, New Mexico History Museum, who will share information on the collection and care of objects related to our newest exhibition with the same title, as part of our Friends of History lecture series.
Auditorium event with limited seating-bottled water only please.
Culture, skill, and entertainment are the focus of the New Mexico Farm & Ranch Heritage Museum’s 21st-annual Cowboy Days celebration. The fun is from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Saturday, March 7 and from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Sunday, March 8 at the Las Cruces museum. The family-friendly admission this year is $10 per carload. Pets are not allowed at the festival.
Join us on Wednesday, March 11, for a special demonstration with Dolores Lewis and her niece, Claudia Mitchell (both Acoma Pueblo). Dolores began practicing pottery making early in her life while Claudia is a relative newcomer, having started in 2013. Both potters benefited from the instruction and assistance of Lucy Lewis, Dolores’s mother, an accomplished and renowned Acoma potter who Dolores credits with helping to show her the way and encouraging her to keep this art alive. Dolores helped Lucy wet burnish and white slip her pots with the rocks she continues to use. Dolores and Claudia are committed to using resources found only at Acoma Pueblo, from the clay to the paints, and the fine yucca tools used for decorating each piece.
March 13 & 14
2 pm & 8 pm—Saturday
Yjastros: The American Flamenco Repertory Company presents Yjastros 36: El Fuego Fatuo with special guest Esperanza Fernández. Yjastros 36: El Fuego Fatuo exemplifies the professional company’s identity as both a culturally authentic disseminator of the Spanish/Andalusian art form of flamenco and a uniquely American flamenco repertory company, rooted deeply in its New Mexican and Hispanic provenance.
$30, $40, $50, $60 w/ a $5 discount for students, seniors and NHCC members
Mar 18, 2020
Public Lecture: Comparative Representations of Christ in the Italian and Northern Renaissance
New Mexico Museum of Art
1:00 PM - 2:00 PM
Christian Waguespack, Curator of 20th Century Art, examines the contrast of Italian and Northern Renaissance Art.
Join us for an evening featuring one of the most progressive and dynamic Native art forms: Native cinema. As a multi-sensory art form, film affords artists unprecedented means of expression and Native artists have embraced these tools in innovative ways to tell stories that are uniquely Native. CINEDOOM is a traveling film series curated by award-winning Dine writer, director, and producer, Blackhorse Lowe. It is a selection of contemporary Native short films, featuring fictional and documentary works by both established and emerging filmmakers, with themes of identity, family, culture, and class.
Made in New Mexico” from all cultures art auction of old and new pottery, furniture, glass, paintings, textiles, toys, musical instruments, sculptures and much more. All profits go to support Kuaua Pueblo at Coronado Historic Site. Sponsored by the Friends of Coronado Historic Site, the event will start with a preview of auction items between 9 AM and noon. The auction begins at 1 PM. Call 505-867-5351 for more information.
Join us for a special event in celebration of the closing out of National Women’s History Month and the closing of our exhibition “We the Rosie’s: Women at Work”.
The exhibition showcases a 3D printed sculpture of Rosie the Riveter created through the crowdsourced effort of nearly 700 people, containing 2,625 individual parts.
Enjoy your last review of the profiles of New Mexico’s working women and meet the maker behind the sculpture, who will share how 3D printing works.
Located on the museum’s second level.
At Southside Library
March 31 – Musical Instruments
Join us for free folk art family programs! Learn about folk art and cultures around the world through hands-on art making. Children must be accompanied by an adult.
All events take place from 3:30-4:30pm at the Santa Fe Southside Library.