Celebrating Art, Music, & ActivismJune 29, 2019
Celebration and Concert- A collaboration between artists from Santa Fe and Lima, Peru – In the Santa Fe Railyard
Join the Museum of International Folk Art along with Santa Fe’s Alas de Agua and Three Sisters Collectives, and Lima’s Amapolay for a night of art making, music and celebration of community activism. Held in conjunction with the exhibition Community Through Making: From Peru to New Mexico.
- Live screen printing with the artists - Bring a T-shirt to print!
- Make a seed ball for planting with Three Sisters Collective
- Family friendly card making activity
- Pop-up artists’ market
Food vendors, including local Peruvian spots Cuchara del Inca and Sabor Peruano
7-10 pm FREE Concert with Tesuque Revolt and headliner Nova Lima
Made possible by the Museum of New Mexico Fund for Museum Education, AMP Concerts, and the Levitt Foundation
Community through Making is made possible by the International Folk Art Foundation, Museum of New Mexico Foundation, and the McCune Charitable Trust.
Comunidad a través de la Creación De Perú a Nuevo México January 6, 2019 - January 5, 2020
Community through Making brings together local and Peruvian artists to explore how art shapes healthy and vibrant communities. The installation is a conversation across borders, highlighting three collaborative projects that paired local artists and artists from Peru for 10-day residencies in conjunction with the exhibition Crafting Memory: The Art of Community in Peru. This exhibition in the Gallery of Conscience experiments with community curation, filling the gallery with video, stories, and artworks as created and told by museum program participants over the course of the spring and summer of 2018.
Learn more aboput the exhibit http://www.internationalfolkart.org/exhibition/3958/community-through-making-from-peru-to-new-mexico
About the Museum of International Folk Art: http://www.internationalfolkart.org/
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