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12th Annual PUEBLO INDEPENDENCE DAY

Commemorating the 1680 Pueblo Revolt Sunday, August 9, 2015 | 7am- 4pm | Free (Jemez Springs, NM—June 10, 2015)—On Sunday, August 9, the quaint and sleepy village of Jemez Springs—popularly known for its hot springs, hiking, and art galleries—comes alive with the 12th...

New Photography Workshops from David Hoptman

David Hoptman brings three decades of professional art and teaching experience to these new Santa Fe Creative Tourism offerings: iPhone Workshops Santa Fe 2015 and Photographic Workshops: Santa Fe and its Surrounds. Born and raised in Detroit, Hoptman studied at...

After-Easter Blog 2015, by Elizabeth Mesh

Shaking out, polishing, soaking, and washing are the hallmarks of cleaning out the winter muck from the home and welcoming spring.  Traditionally, in Eastern Europe, some female heads of the household begin their pysanky (decorated egg) making this way.  Some women...

Colors on Pysanky Eggs, by Elizabeth Mesh

Blue, red, purple, turquoise, green, and gold are just some of the colors you will see on an egg. And all of them have personal meaning to their creator. However, in traditional Pysanky-making, there are some general guidelines. In the next several weeks, I will...
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