• Museum of Indian Arts and Culture | Jul 11, 2019

    Mural Confronts Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women Epidemic

    The Museum of Indian Arts and Culture hosts Cochiti artists Diego and Mateo Romero as they create a mural confronting the Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women epidemic on Sunday, August 4, from 1:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. As part of the Romero Brothers’ current exhibition, The Brothers Chongo: A Tragic Comedy in Two Parts, the mural will be painted at Milner Plaza where guests can interact and speak with the artists.

  • Department of Cultural Affairs | Jul 11, 2019

    Moon Fiesta: Celebrating the Golden Anniversary of Apollo 11 Moon Landing

    (Santa Fe, New Mexico) –July 20th marks the 50th anniversary of NASA’S historic Apollo 11 Moon landing with a collaboration titled the Moon Fiesta. The New Mexico Department of Cultural Affairs is commemorating the Apollo Moon landing with Moon Fiesta events at these facilities: the New Mexico History Museum (NMHM) in Santa Fe, as well as The Screen, presented by the Center for Contemporary Arts; the New Mexico Museum of Natural History & Science (NMMNHS); The New Mexico State Libraries; and National Hispanic Cultural Center (NHCC) in Albuquerque; and the New Mexico Museum of Space History (NMMSH) in Alamogordo, which has devoted extensive programming to the Apollo Moon Landing, beginning in January of this anniversary year.

    “Our Department of Cultural Affairs has engineered a summer full of incredibly informative and fun events across all different media and across the state,” Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham said. “This was a seminal moment in our nation’s history. All through this anniversary season, New Mexicans will have every opportunity to relive it, learn about it for the first time and dive into the memory of humankind’s first steps on the moon.”

    More than 400,000 people were involved in one capacity or another in the Apollo 11 mission to the moon on July 20, 1969. The collaborative effort marked the advancement not only in space exploration but in mathematics, sciences, and technology. More than 600 million people around the globe watched as the Apollo 11 team took humankind’s first steps on the moon and in the wake of these steps came expeditions into space, both manned and machine-operated.

  • Museum of Indian Arts and Culture | Jul 10, 2019

    French Scholar Jeanine Belgodère presents a lecture on the works of Phillip Haozous

    Organized by the Museum of Indian Arts and Culture (MIAC), Jeanine Belgodère, French scholar, presents a lecture on sculptor and artist Phillip Haozous (Warm Springs Chiricahua). The lecture, focused on Haozous’ varied representations and styles used in his life’s work, will take place at MIAC’s O’Keeffe Theater on August 4, 2019, at 11:00 a.m.

  • New Mexico Farm and Ranch Heritage Museum | Jul 10, 2019

    Farm & Ranch Museum’s 16th Ice Cream Sunday is July 21

    The 16th-annual Ice Cream Sunday, which happens to land on National Ice Cream Day, is from 12 p.m. to 4 p.m. on July 21. The event routinely draws more than a thousand people.

    Admission for Ice Cream Sunday is the same as regular museum admission: $5 for adults, $4 for senior citizens and $3 for children ages 4 to 17. Children 3 and under are admitted free.

     

  • New Mexico Historic Sites | Jul 5, 2019

    Summer Events at New Mexico Historic Sites

    (Santa Fe, New Mexico) – New Mexico’s Historic Sites have a lot to offer this summer. Below is a compendium of upcoming events. Interviews and site video is available and approved for media use where indicated by *Media resources available.

  • Museum of Indian Arts and Culture | Jul 3, 2019

    MIAC Welcomes New Deputy Director, Matthew Martinez, Ph.D.

    The Museum of Indian Arts and Culture is proud to introduce Dr. Matthew Martinez (Ohkay Owingeh) as the museum’s newest employee and Deputy Director. Dr. Martinez is a steward of education and Native leadership, bringing his expertise and in history and cultural advocacy to MIAC.

  • New Mexico History Museum | Jul 2, 2019

    NMHM Celebrates Fifty Years since Moon Landing

    The New Mexico Museum of History (NMMH) welcomes Dr. Richard Wallace, who will present his lecture, “The Past and Future of Manned Space Exploration” on Friday, July 19, 2019 at 7:00 p.m. Organized as part of NMHM’s Moon Festival to honor the 50th anniversary of the Apollo moon landing, the lecture centers on past, current, and future space exploration efforts.

  • Fort Selden Historic Site | Jul 1, 2019

    A Summer’s Night with La Llorona at Fort Selden Historic Site

    (Santa Fe, New Mexico) --- Generations of New Mexicans know the story, but you’ve never heard it told quite like this. Saturday, July 13 from  6-9 p.m. bring the whole family for a special summer night among the fort ruins at Fort Selden Historic Site in Radium Springs.

  • New Mexico Museum of Natural History & Science | Jun 28, 2019

    Museum Adds Interactive Volcano Exhibit

    (Albuquerque, New Mexico) – Visitors to the New Mexico Museum of Natural History & Science can expect a more realistic and interactive experience when they visit the museum’s volcano exhibit this summer. The permanent exhibit titled “New Mexico: Land of Volcanoes” is undergoing a significant upgrade.

  • New Mexico Arts | Jun 20, 2019

    Artists and Arts Contributors Named for 2019 Annual Governor’s Awards for Excellence in the Arts New Mexico’s Highest Artistic Honors Celebrate Lifetime Achievement in the Arts

    (Santa Fe, New Mexico) - Today, Governor Michelle Lujan Grisham and the New Mexico Arts Commission announced the artists and major contributors to the arts who will be recipients of the 2019 Annual Governor’s Awards for Excellence in the Arts.

  • Museum of International Folk Art | Jun 18, 2019

    MOIFA Celebrates Art as Activism at the Santa Fe Railyard

    The Museum of International Folk Art (MOIFA) brings artists from Santa Fe and Lima, Peru together for an event, Celebrating Art, Music, and Activism, at the Santa Fe Railyard on June 29, 2019, from 6:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m. The event features organizations such as Santa Fe’s Alas de Agua Art Collective and Three Sisters Collective, along with Lima’s Amapolay as part of the current exhibition, Community through Making: From Peru to New Mexico (Comunidad a través de la Creación de Perú a Nuevo México).

  • New Mexico Museum of Natural History & Science | Jun 14, 2019

    “Lost Talent” Gallery on Display at New Mexico Museum of Natural History & Science Memorial gallery for victims of drug abuse

    (Albuquerque, New Mexico) -- The New Mexico Museum of Natural History & Science is honoring New Mexicans who have lost their lives to drugs. The goal of the memorial gallery is to help show the local impact and consequences drugs have on our community. It is also a way for families to remember their loved ones.

  • Museum of Indian Arts and Culture | Jun 13, 2019

    Shelden Nuñez-Velarde Joins MIAC’s Pottery Series in July

    Organized by the Museum of Indian Arts and Culture’s education department, the pottery demonstration series continues in July with Shelden Nuñez-Velarde, a member of the Ollero clan of the Jicarilla Apache, on July 3, 2019, from 1:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m.

  • National Hispanic Cultural Center | Jun 12, 2019

    Sacred Journeys II is a Reflection of N.M. Cultures With Festival Ballet Albuquerque, Robert Mirabal and Jock Soto

    Albuquerque, N.M.--Festival Ballet Albuquerque, in partnership with the National Hispanic Cultural Center (NHCC), presents Sacred Journeys II on Aug. 24-25, 2019. In this show, classical and contemporary dance combine with the eclectic music of two-time Grammy award-winning Taos Pueblo musician Robert Mirabal in a reflection of New Mexican cultures through dance, music, and spoken word. Performances will take place in the Albuquerque Journal Theatre at 7 p.m., on Saturday and 2 p.m., on Sunday. Tickets are $14, $20, $29, $39 and $48, with a $2 discount for seniors, children 10 and younger and NHCC members. In addition, attendees can purchase tickets for $65 for a VIP meet and greet after-party with Robert Mirabal and Jock Soto. Tickets may be purchased from the Box Office at (505) 724-4771, or at www.nhccnm.org.

  • Jemez Historic Site | Jun 10, 2019

    New Award & Exhibit on Display now at Jemez Historic Site

    (Santa Fe, New Mexico) -- On May 17, New Mexico Historic Sites and the Pueblo of Jemez won the Archaeology Heritage Preservation Award, by New Mexico Historic Preservation Division and the New Mexico Cultural Properties Review Committee. The award was presented at the 2019 New Mexico Historic Preservation Awards for collaboration during the “Dig Giusewa” Project.

    New Mexico Historic Sites Director Patrick Moore Moore, Tribal Historic Preservation Officer Christopher Toya, Manager Matthew Barbour, Coordinator Ethan Ortega, and Coordinator Marlon Magdalena were on hand to receive the honor which was presented by New Mexico Department of Cultural Affairs Secretary Debra Garcia y Griego and Cultural Properties Review Committee Member and Historical Archaeologist Douglas Boggess.

  • New Mexico Farm and Ranch Heritage Museum | Jun 10, 2019

    Farm & Ranch Museum to host first Fiber Fiesta

    Come enjoy seeing and learning about the beautiful creations that are produced locally by fiber artists on June 22 at the New Mexico Farm & Ranch Heritage Museum in Las Cruces. Also make plans to attend the Health & Fitness Expo, which also will be at the Museum on the same day from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Admission to the Fiber Fiesta (10 a.m. to 4 p.m.), the Health Expo, and all of the regular Museum offerings on this day are free.

  • New Mexico Museum of Natural History & Science | Jun 7, 2019

    The Bisti Beast Meets Godzilla

    (Albuquerque, New Mexico) -- New Mexico’s Bisti Beast will be welcomed home with Japanese performances and food at a celebration June 22 from 4 p.m. to 8 p.m. at the New Mexico Museum of Natural History & Science. The museum’s newest attraction, the Bisti Beast is a robotic dinosaur based on the skull found in the Four Corners area of New Mexico. The robotic dinosaur was made in Japan and is a permanent exhibit at the museum. (*see below for media resources)

  • Museum of Indian Arts and Culture | Jun 6, 2019

    MIAC Kicks off Fifth Summer with State Tribal Libraries Program

    The Museum of Indian Arts and Culture (MIAC) proudly announces the summer 2019 collaboration with the State Tribal Libraries Programs (STLP), A Universe to Discover. This summer marks the program’s fifth year, engaging youth in activities, centering on outer space as this year’s theme. MIAC will bring objects from the museum, fostering an appreciation for the state’s arts and culture collections.

  • New Mexico Museum of Art | Jun 6, 2019

    The Great Unknown: Artists at Glen Canyon and Lake Powell Friday Evening Gallery Talks

    The exhibition The Great Unknown: Artists at Glen Canyon and Lake Powell articulates more than a century of responses through eighty objects, stoking conversation about art as activism, documentation, and representation. In celebration of the exhibition, the New Mexico Museum of Art presents two gallery talks. On June 21, 2019, from 5:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m., photographers David Scheinbaum and Janet Russek talk about Eliot Porter’s Glen Canyon photographs On August 23, 2019, from 5:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m., historian and environmentalist Jack Loeffler talks about the Colorado River and the West. 

  • New Mexico Museum of Natural History & Science | Jun 4, 2019

    Museum hosts additional programming related to Drug: Cost & Consequences Exhibition

    (Albuquerque, New Mexico) – The New Mexico Museum of Natural History & Science is hosting another roster of events related Drugs: Costs & Consequences, Opening Eyes to the Damage Drugs Cause, the US Drug Enforcement Administration exhibition extended through December 8, 2019.

  • Fort Selden Historic Site | Jun 3, 2019

    Celebrate Father’s Day on Saturday at Fort Selden with Ralph Estes

     Celebrate Father’s Day with your dad a day early and bring the whole family to Fort Selden Historic Site for an afternoon of games and activities. On Saturday afternoon, June 15, from 1-5 p.m. folk troubadour Ralph Estes will take you on a trip through a thousand years of the American West from the Anasazi to the Atomic Age, showcasing the songs of the trappers, traders, cowboys, Native Americans, and settlers.

  • Bosque Redondo Memorial at Fort Sumner | May 30, 2019

    Third Original Copy of Navajo Treaty of 1868 Donated to Navajo Nation

    (Santa Fe, NewMexico) — The Bosque Redondo Memorial, a New Mexico Historic Site, International Site of Conscience and division of the New Mexico Department of Cultural Affairs, as part of its ongoing partnership and exhibit collaboration, assisted with the transfer of the third and last-remaining original copy of the Navajo Treaty of 1868 to the Navajo Nation on May 24, 2019. This copy of the treaty has been on display at Bosque Redondo Memorial at Fort Sumner Historic Site since June 6, 2018, as part of the 150th commemoration of its signature. The subsequent donation of the treaty took place May 29, 2019, at 9 a.m. at the Navajo Nation Museum, Window Rock, Arizona, with great reverence and ceremony.

  • New Mexico Farm and Ranch Heritage Museum | May 30, 2019

    Oliver Lee trial subject of talk at Farm & Ranch Museum

    Historian and author W. Michael Farmer will discuss the trial of rancher Oliver Lee at 7 p.m. on June 13. Admission to this presentation in the Museum’s Theater is free.

  • Museum of International Folk Art | May 29, 2019

    Música Buena: Hispano Folk Music of New Mexico

    The Museum of International Folk Art (MOIFA) presents Música Buena: Hispano Folk Music of New Mexico from October 6, 2019, to March 7, 2021. The exhibition explores nearly four centuries of inherited musical styles, which developed into regionally specific traditions. Música Buena articulates the roots of New Mexican music through video, sound, instruments, and live performance. 

  • New Mexico Museum of Natural History & Science | May 29, 2019

    Catch Capcom Go! The Apollo Story Premieres at June’s $5 First Friday

    (Albuquerque, New Mexico) -- The New Mexico Museum of Natural History & Science will screen the movie Capcom Go! The Apollo Story beginning the first Friday in June. Many obstacles had to be overcome before NASA was able to put a man on the moon. Capcom Go! tells the story behind that historic moment that occurred 50 years ago this summer.

  • Museum of International Folk Art | May 28, 2019

    Mid-Century Santa Fe Announces 2019 Student Art and Design Competition Winners

    The Mid-Century Santa Fe collaboration is proud to announce the 2019 Student Art and Design Competition award recipients. The competition honors Lloyd Kiva New (Cherokee), Alexander Girard, and Georgia O’Keeffe’s influence and contributions to New Mexico’s textile, fashion, and visual art landscape. Mid-Century Santa Fe collaborators have selected winners in each of the three categories, as well as Best in Show from a pool of New Mexico’s full-time college students. The winning works will be on view from August 1 to August 20, 2019, in the Joan and Clifford Vernick Auditorium at the Museum of International Folk Art (MOIFA).

  • Museum of International Folk Art | May 24, 2019

    Mid-Century Santa Fe Celebrates the Bond Between Georgia O’Keeffe and the Girards

    Three untitled Georgia O’Keeffe originals once hung on the walls of the Italian Villa scene in Multiple Visions: A Common Bond at the Museum of International Folk Art (MOIFA). The floral depictions, graphite and watercolor on paper, signify the long-standing friendship between O’Keeffe and Alexander and Susan Girard. The Mid-Century Santa Fe collaboration celebrates this friendship by hosting a series of activities and programs throughout the summer.

  • New Mexico Museum of Natural History & Science | May 24, 2019

    Museum visitors get a sneak peak of the Bisti Beast

    (Albuquerque, New Mexico) -- The New Mexico Museum of Natural History & Science has installed their newest exhibit, the Bisti Beast. The robotic dinosaur is based on the skull found in the Bisti Badlands of New Mexico’s Four Corners area. The dinosaur was made in Japan and will be a permanent exhibit at the museum.

  • Museum of International Folk Art | May 23, 2019

    The Bartlett Library and Archives Presents the Open House Exhibit Series

    (Santa Fe, NM)— The Bartlett Library and Archives invites the public to several open house events throughout the summer and fall at the Museum of International Folk Art (MOIFA). Each event has been organized into mini-exhibits, presenting collections to those interested in folklore, arts, and cultural traditions. The Bartlett Library Open House series begins on June 2, 2019, with Girard Before the Wing, paired with MOIFA’s Alexander Girard exhibitions currently on view. The events continue on August 4, October 6, and December 1 from 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. at the Museum Library.

  • Museum of International Folk Art | May 22, 2019

    Boundary Trouble: Outliers and American Vanguard Art A Lecture with Lynne Cooke

    The Museum of International Folk Art presents a lecture by Lynne Cooke, senior curator for special projects in modern art at the National Gallery of Art, Washington, DC. Cooke’s recent exhibition Outliers and American Vanguard Art furthered the conversation about self-taught or “outsider” art, offering a more inclusive art historical narrative that integrates the contributions of often marginalized artists to the narrative of American visual culture. Her talk, titled “Boundary Trouble: Outliers and American Vanguard Art,” will take place in the museum’s Vernick Auditorium on Saturday, June 15, 2:00 pm to 3:00 p.m. It is free with museum admission.

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