2018 May thru 2019 Feb 28
Art Museum hours and prices HERE
Because It’s Time: Unraveling Race and Place in NM examines race and identity in New Mexico and is a space for artistic expression that grapples with the complexities of who we are, how we are understood, and how that impacts the way we live (or don’t) in a variety of places. The exhibition features approximately 26 newly created artworks by artists with different experiences in New Mexico alongside works from the National Hispanic Cultural Center Art Museum’s permanent collection. All of the artworks delve into race and place through an intersectional lens alongside gender, sexuality, class, nationality, citizenship status, etc. from local, national, and international perspectives.
(For more information on this exciting program visit: http://www.nhccnm.org/event/time-unraveling-race-place-nm/)
2018 May 17-31
2018 May 19-20
Free Public Talk, “Healing Ecology: A Buddhist Perspective on the Eco-crisis,” Fri., May 18, 6 PM, at Mountain Cloud Zen Center, 7241 Old Santa Fe Trail
Eco-dharma Workshop, Sat., May 19, 10 AM – 4 PM, and Sun., May 20, 10 AM – 4 PM, lunch provided
Santa Fe, NM – Renowned author and Zen Buddhist teacher David Loy will talk about how Buddhism may provide answers to environmental challenges at a free public lecture, “Healing Ecology: A Buddhist Perspective on the Eco-crisis,” Fri., May 18, at 6 PM, at Mountain Cloud Zen Center. He will also lead a weekend workshop, May 19 – 20 to explore these questions: Do Buddhist teachings lead to a different way of seeing the planet and humankind’s relationship to it? Can Buddhist practice help at a critical time in history when humankind does so much to destroy the planet? Lunch will be provided at the non-residential workshop, which costs $150. Register at www.mountaincloud.org, or call 505-780-5010.
David Robert Loy is a professor, writer and Zen teacher in the Sanbo tradition of Japanese Zen Buddhism who helped found the Rocky Mountain Ecodharma Retreat Center near Boulder, CO, and lectures nationally and internationally. A prolific author, whose essays and popular books (e.g. A New Buddhist Path) have been translated into many languages, Loy is well-known in Buddhist circles for his focus on the impact of Buddhism on social and environmental problems. His articles appear regularly in major publications such as Tikkun, Tricycle, and Lion’s Roar. Loy began Zen practice in 1971 in Honolulu with Yamada Koun-roshi, director of Sanbo Zen, and continued his education under Koun-roshi in Kamakura, Japan. He completed the formal study of the Japanese Koan – a succinct paradoxical statement or question used as a meditation – in 1988.
2018 May 19
Capitol Computer & Network Solutions is pleased to host web developer and online marketer Kate Rollins’ Social Media Marketing class!
Kate Rollins will be guiding students through effective social media usage with her first class at CC&NS, Social Media Marketing. She has been designing websites and branding and marketing small and medium-sized businesses in Santa Fe since 2001. She excels at listening to and understanding peoples’ needs when it comes to technology, providing expert, patient guidance when needed. To learn more about Kate and her work, visit www.KateWebDesign.com.
Registrations are limited, so sign up today!
Social Media Marketing – Saturday, May 19th from 2:00PM to 4:00PM – $129 due in advance via check or credit card
Want to expand your business’ online reach, but don’t know where to begin? Experience customized training in boosting your visibility and credibility with a limited number of participants.
- Facebook, Twitter, Google+, LinkedIn, and Instagram
- Which social platforms are most suitable for your business
- What kinds of posts get higher reach and engagement rate
- How to boost your posts to reach your Target Audience
- How to track the performance of your social efforts
Kate will also evaluate some of your social posts and answer your burning questions!
2018 May 20
(For more information visit: http://www.nhccnm.org/event/4th-annual-south-american-folk-festival/)
2018 May 27
Zia Singers Present 25th Anniversary Concert and Celebration, May 27
Past choir directors and alumni will join women’s chorus for a special performance
Sun., May 27, 4 PM, Santa Fe Women’s Club, 1616 Old Pecos Trail
$40, general admission. Tickets and information at www.TheZiaSingers.com
Santa Fe, NM – From a handful of women in a living room to 40 singers who perform in concert halls, the Zia Singers women’s chorus has come a long way in 25 years. Under the direction of Aaron Howe and accompanied by Lydia Madrick, the Zia Singers present a 25th anniversary concert and celebration, Sun., May 27, at 4 PM, at the Santa Fe Women’s Club, and has invited former directors and Zia alumni to share the stage for this special performance. Mayor Alan Webber will read a proclamation honoring the quarter century the Zias have brought a diverse mix of classical, contemporary, Broadway, traditional and pop music to Santa Fe. The audience will be treated to catered appetizers and cake. Tickets are $40; www.TheZiaSingers.com to reserve.
Zia Singers Aaron Howe
The Zia Singers began in 1992 as a group of voice students of singer and voice teacher Marilyn Barnes, growing from a few singers in her living room to a larger performing chorus over the next eleven years. Dr. Kenneth Knight became director in 2003, until Dr. Karen Marrolli took the baton 2011- 2015. Interim director Cora Harms directed the Zia’s until 2016, when current director Aaron Howe, who also directs New Mexico Gay Men’s Chorus and Musical Theater Southwest musicals, took the podium. From its small beginnings to the large performing ensemble it is today, the Zia’s mission remains the same: to sing for the simple joy of singing, and to bring a variety of music to the public. The Zias visit retirement homes and charitable fundraisers, and have collaborated with the Men’s Camerata, Canticum Novum, Boston’s Broad Cove Chorale, the New Mexico Gay Men’s Chorus, and the Río Rancho Youth Chorus.
25 Anniversary Concert and Celebration
“Seasons of Love,” Jonathan Larson, arr. By Roger Emerson
“Salut Printemps,” Claude Debussy, conducted by Marilyn Barnes
“Embraceable You,” George & Ira Gerswhin, arr. Jay Althouse
“Nigra Sum,” Pablo Casals
“I Will Survive,” Dino Freaks & Freddie Perren, arr. Mac Huff
“Moon Goddess,” Jocelyn Hagen; text, Enheduanna, conducted by Karen Marrolli
“Aquarius/Let the Sunshine In,” Galt MacDermot, Words by James Rado & Jerome Ragni, arr., Greg Gilpin
“Alway Something Sings,” Dan Forrest, Ralph Waldo Emerson
“There Will Come Soft Rains,” Kevin A. Memely, Sara Teasdale
“Barso Re,” from the film Guru, A.R. Rahman, arr. by Ethan Sperry
“Thank You for The Music,” from Mamma Mia, Benny Anderson and Björn Ulvaeus, arr. Kirby Shaw
“Music Down in My Soul,” African-American Spiritual, arr. Moses Hogan, with Zia Singers Alumni
2018 May 27
Aspen Santa Fe Ballet
Folklorico Annual Recital
Over 140 students from the Santa Fe area come together to perform original choreography inspired by the traditions of Mexico. This performance showcases the students of Aspen Santa Fe Ballet Folklórico, our acclaimed after-school program designed to enrich the lives of children and inspire a new generation of creative thinkers. In celebration of folk dance from around the world, this evening will also feature students from our Flamenco youth outreach program. Be carried away by the vibrant culture, color, and infectious energy of Folklórico and Flamenco!
2018 May 28
Watrous, NM: Fort Union National Monument will be sponsoring a guided tour of the fort by full moonlight on Monday evening, May 28 beginning at 8:30 pm. This will be an opportunity for visitors to experience the tranquility of Fort Union by the beauty of moonlight!
A park ranger will lead this lovely evening tour, and bring together the history of the fort and stories from the stars. This is a free program and will last till 10:00 pm. The evening stroll along the park trail will be about one mile in length over flat terrain. Visitors should bring water, a light jacket, and wear comfortable shoes.
The monument will be open from 5:00 pm through the moonlight tour, so this is an opportunity for visitors to have a picnic dinner at the park before enjoying the night-time program!
Fort Union (1851-1891) was the largest frontier military post and supply center of the southwest. The National Park Service preserves and protects the historic Fort Union and ruts of the Santa Fe Trail. To visit the monument, take Exit 366 off I-25 at Watrous, NM, onto State Hwy. 161, 8 miles. Park hours are 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. For more information and a complete schedule of events, contact Fort Union National Monument at (505) 425-8025 X 0, or visit www.nps.gov/foun. Like us on Facebook at www.facebook.com/fortunionNM. WWW.NPS.GOV
2018 May 29
Tuesday, May 29 | 7:30 pm
Lensic Presents Ever the Twain: William Shakespeare in Mark Twain’s America
A Revel Devised By LOIS RUDNICK and JONATHAN RICHARDS
A light-hearted theatrical reading that imagines a meeting between two of history’s greatest wits: Twain and Shakespeare. These two literary giants approached their craft in surprisingly similar ways.
Cast includes author and former spy Valerie Plame as MC of the evening, Forrest Fyre, Jonathan Richards, Leslie H. Dillen, John Helfrich, Vaughn Irving, Geoffrey Pomeroy, Tallis Rose, with original music by Tom Collins.
Proceeds benefit The Lensic, Shakespeare in the Garden, and Santa Fe Botanical Garden.
2018 Jun 02
Pecos, NM: What better way to celebrate National Trails Day 2018 than to hike through one of the seldom-seen areas of Pecos National Historical Park! The three mile South Pasture Loop trail on the grounds of the historic Forked Lightning Ranch will be open to hikers from 8:30 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. on Saturday, June 2nd. This moderately difficult trail follows old ranch roads through a shady cottonwood grove, along the bluffs of the Pecos River, and through the open pasture lands of the Forked Lightning Ranch.
Hikers must first check in at the Visitor Center to receive driving directions to the trailhead and a hiking map. The trailhead is open from 8:30 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.; visitors must complete their hike no later than 5:00 p.m. Dogs on leash are permitted. Please note that this trail is exposed to the elements; exercise appropriate caution with regard to weather.
Legislation in the 1990s added the Forked Lightning Ranch property to the park, which expanded park lands from 342 acres to more than 6700 acres. This vast scenic expanse of land offers visitors a unique opportunity to explore the beauty of the Upper Pecos River watershed. Superintendent Karl Cordova noted that “This hike is a great way to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the National Trail System and offers the public a chance to enjoy the beauty of the historic Forked Lightning Ranch.”
For more information about the park contact Pecos NHP at 505-757-7241 or visit our website at www.nps.gov/peco. You will also find our listings on the New Mexico True website (newmexico.org) and Tourism Santa Fe (santafe.org). Please like on us on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/PecosNHPnps or Instagram (https://www.instagram.com/pecos_nps).
From I-25 N: Take the Pecos/Glorieta Exit, #299. Left onto overpass, right onto Route 50; proceed on Route 50 for eight miles. At the village of Pecos, take a right at the four-way stop onto Route 63. In two miles, the park will be on your right. From I-25 S: Take the Rowe Exit, #307. Follow signs. From Highway 63, the park will be on your left.
Becky Latanich, Chief of Interpretation and Education, Pecos National Historical Park, P.O. Box 418, Pecos, NM 87552 — Ph: 505-757-7210.
2019 Jun 04
Write, compose, sing, act, dance, design, perform, and play with Santa Fe Opera
SANTA FE, NM – This summer Santa Fe Opera presents Opera Storytellers Camp, its third annual summer camp for children entering third through eighth grade. Campers will delve into all aspects of creating an opera, including writing, composing, designing, and performing. They will activate their voices, bodies, and imaginations, expanding their individual potential through creative exploration. A typical day includes a set design session, libretto writing, creating character maps with costumes, and composing.
Camp Dates: June 4 – 15, 9:00 am – 4:00 pm
Location: Santa Fe Opera
Ages: Students entering third through eigth grade
Fee: $495. Sibling discount offered. Lunch is available on site for an additional charge. Snacks provided.
2018 Jun 06 – Aug 08
2018 Jun 07
SANTA FE CHAMBER OF COMMERCE
2018 Business Awards Red Carpet Gala
June 7, 2018 5:30 pm – 7:30 pm $40 or 10 for $400
Jet Center at Santa Fe Regional Airport
Join us in recognizing businesses that are soaring to new heights.
2018 Jun 07
2018 Jun 08-09
Name of Event: ARTsmart’s Edible Art Tour
2018 Jun 09
Pecos NHP Offers Free Lecture
Archaeology of Pecos: Myth, Mystery, and Cultural Continuity
Pecos, NM: Pecos National Historical Park Archaeologist Jeremy Moss will offer a presentation on the history of archaeology at the park, future avenues of research and the many cultural connections that bind modern Pueblo groups to Pecos Pueblo on Saturday, June 9th at 1:00 p.m. at the Vista Grande Public Library, Eldorado, Santa Fe County, NM.
For more than six hundred years, Pecos Pueblo served as a gateway community connecting the Great Plains and the Río Grande Valley. The allure, mysteries, and myths of Pecos have fascinated archaeologists since Adolph Bandelier first recorded the site in 1881. The cultural connections to modern Pueblo groups makes it an interesting place to explore cultural continuity and to assess the legends and lore that first drew archaeologists to Pecos at the turn of the 20th century.
Please note, this program will take place at the Vista Grande Public Library, which is located at 14 Avenida Torreón, Eldorado, Santa Fe County, NM 87508. Space is limited, so please arrive early.
For more information about the park contact Pecos NHP at (505) 757-7241 or visit our website at www.nps.gov/peco. You will also find our listings on the New Mexico True website (newmexico.org) and Tourism Santa Fe (santafe.org). Please like on us on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/PecosNHPnps or Instagram (https://www.instagram.com/pecos_nps).
Becky Latanich, Chief of Interpretation and Education, Pecos National Historical Park, P.O. Box 418′ Pecos, NM 87552 — Phone: 505-757-7210
2018 Jun 15
Vaudeville returns to The Lensic!
Santa Fe’s most entertaining and comedy filled night in more than 80 years — featuring singers, dancers, actors, jugglers, comedians, and specialty acts! An event you don’t want to miss!
Hosted by Ali MacGraw. Music Director: David Geist.
2018 Jun 25
“New Mexico’s Kids at the Crossroads“ Monday, June 25, 2018, Embassy Suites, 1000 Woodward Pl NE, Albuquerque, NM 87102
For inquiries or more information about the conference, please contact Farah Council by email or call (505) 361-1287.
2018 Aug 20
August 20, 2018 8:30 am – 2:30 pm
Santa Fe Country Club
Reserve your spot at santafechamber.com