10AM to 5PM
Sunday March 15, 2015
1 to 4pm
Museum of Indian
Arts & Culture
Between Two Worlds
Performing Arts Showcase
Local immigrant, Native, and Hispanic New Mexican traditional artists share music, spoken word poetry, film, and more, exploring the themes of living between worlds and the struggle to belong. The showcase features Spoken word poetry with Carlos Contreras and Mercedez Holtry, Immigration corridos by Los de Rio Arriba, Savor: Cuban Street Music Trio featuring Victor Alvarez, a documentary film by Issa Nyaphaga, and African poetry by Master of Ceremonies Kamajou Tadfor. The event takes place in the auditorium at the Museum of Indian Arts and Culture, and includes a panel discussion and opportunities to engage with the artists. By Museum admission, New Mexico residents FREE on Sundays.
Thursday March 19, 2015
5:30 to 8pm
Audio Revolution on Museum Hill
A Listening Event hosted by the Gallery of Conscience, in collaboration with Youth Media Project of Santa Fe and ¡YouthWorks! Come hear the premier media projects created by students in the Santa Fe YouthBuild program in response to interviews with artists from the Between Two Worlds exhibition in the Gallery of Conscience. These radio segments will also be featured on Youth Media Project’s Audio Revolution Program, later this spring. A question and answer session with project participants will follow and refreshments will be served. FREE!
Activities for families & children »
Sunday March 22, 2015
Lecture about face jugs with John Burrison in conjunction with the exhibition Pottery of the U.S. South: A Living Tradition, presented in the theater at the Museum of Indian Arts & Culture. Face jug artist Mike Craven demonstrates his work in the folk art atrium after the lecture. By Museum Admission, New Mexico residents with I.D. free on Sundays.
Sunday April 5, 2015- Easter- MUSEUM CLOSED
Friday April 10, 2015
The Museum of International Folk Art and Warehouse 21 present the 11th Annual Youth Music Night, for an evening of local music, art, refreshments and more. FREE!
Sunday April 19, 2015
2:00 – 4:00 pm
A Provocative Conversation on the Current State and Future of Traditional Southern Pottery with Critic Garth Clark, and potters Mark Hewitt and Matt Jones, at the O’Keeffe Theater at the Museum of Indian Arts & Culture (MIAC) in conjunction with Pottery of the U.S. South.
Friday April 24 through
Tuesday April 28
9am to 4 pm EACH DAY!
Folk Art Flea Time to Donate!
The Friends of Folk Art will be at the Museum to accept your tax deductible donations of gently used folk art! If you have large or heavy items to donate, or other questions, please call the Folk Art Flea hotline at (505) 476-1201.
Lunch with a View!
Open Tuesday - Sunday 10am - 4pm, Lunch served between 11am and 3
pm, and Sunday Brunch. Reservations accepted! (505) 984-8900.
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