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March is a time for artistic inspiration in Santa Fe

The do-it-yourself theme of March has artists offering a range of immersion workshops: glass fusing, glass blowing, paper making, visual journaling, Southwestern egg decorating, intuitive painting, painting with Venetian plaster, mini painting, and more. The Georgia O’Keeffe Museum’s Education Annex always offers low-cost workshops for adults and families, such as this month’s memoir writing and… Read more »

The Month of Love in Santa Fe

ArtFeast should help whet your appetite for the ultimate foodie extravaganza: Santa Fe Restaurant Week, which has a growing list of restaurants (including La Plazuela) that will offer fine dining at a fixed-price. And to satisfy your sweet tooth, join chocolate historian Mark Sciscenti for a lecture and tasting in conjunction with the Museum of… Read more »

Stay Warm in Santa Fe in January

Our across-the-street neighbor, the Museum of Contemporary Native Arts, opens a new exhibition of cutting-edge Native art, Thicker than Water, together with the symposium Personal Archive: Memory and Imagination in Contemporary Art. Also of interest to young collectors, the Zane Bennett Gallery does a show each year, Under Thirty-Five, showcasing up-and-coming artists whose work is… Read more »

December is a Magical Time in Santa Fe

Enjoy a magical time of year in Santa Fe, when evenings sparkle with farolitos and snow and wonderful aromas fill the air. Take a festive walk down Canyon Road on Christmas Eve, and ask our concierge desk about Las Posadas and holiday dances at the Pueblos. Choose from numerous holiday concerts this year, from Santa… Read more »

December is a Magical Time in Santa Fe

Enjoy a magical time of year in Santa Fe, when evenings sparkle with farolitos and snow and wonderful aromas fill the air. Take a festive walk down Canyon Road on Christmas Eve, and ask our concierge desk about Las Posadas and holiday dances at the Pueblos. Choose from numerous holiday concerts this year, from Santa… Read more »

Horses for Heroes in New Mexico

Crossed arrows, in many cultures, are symbolic of friendship and unity.  At the Crossed Arrows Ranch, just fourteen miles south of Santa Fe, I recently discovered a special place that fosters both.  The Ranch is home to a unique organization designed specifically for veterans and active military who have sustained physical injuries or combat trauma: … Read more »