Workshop Calendar

Digital Filmmaking / June 15-16, 2013

Digital Filmmaking / June 15-16, 2013

  Digital Filmmaking- Produce a unique memorable vacation or marketing video LEARN THE SECRETS & SHORTCUTS OF FILM EDITING NAVIGATE WITH EASE THROUGH THE DIGITAL VIDEO PROGRAMS An extensive two-day workshop exploring digital filmmaking processes designed for the novice & experienced. On completion of the workshop you will have a short film of your own to take home or put on YouTube!! Each person will explore their own creative visions while solving artistic and technical problems. The...

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Arduino Workshop with Steven M. Miller / June 22-23 2013

Arduino Workshop with Steven M. Miller / June 22-23 2013

Arduino Workshop with Steven M. Miller / June 22-23 2013 Day 1: Introduction to the Arduino micro-controller board and software programming interface (IDE) Programming basics: data structures, programming syntax, conditional branching, etc. Interfacing Arduino with various input & output devices (sensors/controls and actuators/displays), such as: LEDs, switches, buttons, potentiometers & pressure sensors (variable resistors), piezos, etc. Day 2: Arduino & Max (interactive sound)...

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Digital Filmmaking / June 1-2, 2013

Digital Filmmaking / June 1-2, 2013

Digital Filmmaking- Produce a unique memorable vacation or marketing video LEARN THE SECRETS & SHORTCUTS OF FILM EDITING NAVIGATE WITH EASE THROUGH THE DIGITAL VIDEO PROGRAMS An extensive two-day workshop exploring digital filmmaking processes designed for the novice & experienced. On completion of the workshop you will have a short film of your own to take home or put on YouTube!! Each person will explore their own creative visions while solving artistic and technical problems. The...

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Intensive: iPhone Artistry with Dan Burkholder / April 26-28, 2013

Intensive: iPhone Artistry with Dan Burkholder / April 26-28, 2013

Intensive: iPhone Artistry with Dan Burkholder / April 26-28, 2013 Hiding within your iPhone is one of the most inspiring, capable, and just plain fun imaging systems in all of photography. More than just a snapshot device, the iPhone is a powerful creative tool, right in the palm of our hand. Imagine—a camera, darkroom, and visual research laboratory, all in our shirt pocket! Liberated from rushing home to our computers, we can capture and process our images in the field. And when it comes to...

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Basic Websites through Blogging: BlogSpot, WordPress, Blogger, and More with Chris Nierman / April 2, 2013

Basic Websites through Blogging: BlogSpot, WordPress, Blogger, and More with Chris Nierman / April 2, 2013

Basic Websites through Blogging: BlogSpot, WordPress, Blogger, and More with Chris Nierman / April 2, 2013 In today’s world, your business simply must have a presence on the web.  Learn about free and low-cost ways to start a blog, the differences between blogs and static websites, and how to use both for online marketing. Artists, artisans, and craftsmen who offer workshops and classes for the public within Santa Fe county are invited to sign up for a free consultation on Internet marketing....

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DIY Santa Fe – A Creative Way to Discover Santa Fe / Special workshops, classes and lodging offers in March, 2013

DIY Santa Fe – A Creative Way to Discover Santa Fe / Special workshops, classes and lodging offers in March, 2013

DIY Santa Fe – A Creative Way to Discover Santa Fe Special workshops, classes and lodging offers in March, 2013 www.diysantafe.org Santa Fe is helping everyone help find their inner artist this spring by experiencing, first hand, what makes Santa Fe, New Mexico a nationally recognized center of creativity. Abundant visual arts fill the city with galleries, outdoor art and museums while Santa Fe’s adobe architecture, unique multi-cultural traditions and stunning scenery can’t help but...

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Adobe Lightroom Intensive: Enhancing Your Images / February 1-3, 2013

Adobe Lightroom Intensive: Enhancing Your Images / February 1-3, 2013

Santa Fe, NM: Adobe Lightroom is an incredibly powerful tool for photographers of all levels. In this two-and-a-half day intensive you learn the ins-and-outs of proper Lightroom workflow to help you strengthen and streamline your photographic output. Will begins by explaining how Lightroom handles files, then takes us through importing and organizing image files from our cameras and hard drives. Lightroom’s powerful organizational tools make it possible to sort through thousands of images with...

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Get the Most out of Your Mac: An Introduction to the Mac Operating System / January 29-31, 2013

Get the Most out of Your Mac: An Introduction to the Mac Operating System / January 29-31, 2013

Apple products pride themselves on their outstanding design and user-friendly operating systems, and that’s why we love them! But underneath the aesthetically pleasing surface of every Apple computer or device is a powerful set of tools that often goes undiscovered. Learn to increase your productivity by using Mac’s built in apps, preferences, searches and shortcuts. In this two-and-a-half day intensive participants familiarize themselves with the newest Mac operating system (Mountain Lion...

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DIY: A Creative Tourism Journey / March 2013

DIY: A Creative Tourism Journey / March 2013

DIY: A Creative Tourism Journey features exclusive savings on lodgings during the entire month of March. Please contact artist(s) prior to booking your room reservation to ensure workshop...

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YORUBA BATIK AND TIE-DYE with Gasali Adeyemo / February 15-17, 2013

YORUBA BATIK AND TIE-DYE with Gasali Adeyemo / February 15-17, 2013

Indigo has been used as dye stuff in Africa for over 2000 years and now here’s your chance to learn about two techniques of indigo dyeing with artist Gasali Adeyemo. Gasali teaches the techniques of a specific people in Nigeria- the Yoruba. In this class you will learn traditional design making using wax and stitching with raffia. This will be a packed three days of educational and cultural experience! If you love indigo- this class is a must! When:  February 15-17, 2013 Where: Española Valley...

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Jackets @ Santa Fe School of Fashion Design / November 26-29, 2012

Jackets @ Santa Fe School of Fashion Design / November 26-29, 2012

Learn how to create designer quality jackets. We will discuss fit, inner construction, lining, ease and any other questions you may have. Bring a jacket project or idea, and we will help you through it. Class size is limited; a deposit of $150 will reserve your space. When:  Nov. 26-29, 2012 Where: Bacon-Richards Studio / 227 Don Gaspar #28 Santa Fe, NM 87501 Time:  9:00am – 2:00pm Cost:  $420.00 + tax Phone:  505-310-2955 Website/Blog Address:...

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Working with Bias @ Santa Fe School of Fashion Design / November 19, 2012

Working with Bias @ Santa Fe School of Fashion Design / November 19, 2012

Learn to work with the challenging, but beautiful nature or bias cut garments to achieve stunning results. Learn the techniques to designing, fitting and sewing on the bias. Call now to reserve your space for this workshop! When:  Nov. 19, 2012 Where: Bacon-Richards Studio / 227 Don Gaspar #28 Santa Fe, NM 87501 Time:  9:00am – 2:00pm Cost:  $85.00 + tax Phone:  505-310-2955 Website/Blog Address:...

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Traditional Tin Smithing with Sharon Candelario / Available Daily / DIY: A Creative Tourism Journey / March 2013

Traditional Tin Smithing with Sharon Candelario / Available Daily / DIY: A Creative Tourism Journey / March 2013

DIY: A Creative Tourism Journey features exclusive savings on lodgings during the entire month of March. *Guests book their accommodations directly with the hotel, bed and breakfast, or inn of their choice. *Guests reserve all workshops directly with the artist of their interest. Please contact artist(s) prior to booking your room reservation to ensure workshop availability. www.diysantafe.com ——————————————————— Spend the day with a family of artists, at the beautiful and tranquil village of...

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Ecology of Pinon & Juniper Woodlands / Sunday, October 21, 2012

Ecology of Pinon & Juniper Woodlands / Sunday, October 21, 2012

One of the more dynamic ecosystems, pinon/juniper woodlands display many diverse facets of species interactions. During two walks you’ll encounter multiple levels of ecology, from the pervasive, microscopic crypto-biotic crusts to the global scale of climatic variation. We’ll discuss the interplay of human-induced change, drought, fire, competition/cooperation between pinons and junipers, episodic outbreaks of insects, and why this ecosystem is the most sensitive to small...

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Tewa Old Houses / October 28, 2012

Tewa Old Houses / October 28, 2012

This field trip investigates the ecology of the Ojo Caliente Valley and how the ancestral Pueblo people wove themselves into this landscape. Get a broad overview of the valley and the four big sites that remain, then walk into an Old House (site) normally closed to the public, Ponsipa-Akeri, to view and discuss artifacts, room blockages and arrangements. A short hike out from the Old House allows you to view the agricultural and cultural signatures on the landscape, experiencing how the...

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Design Santa Fe / October 4-6, 2012

Design Santa Fe / October 4-6, 2012

“UNLEASHING CREATIVITY” DESIGN SANTA FE 2012 ANNOUNCES SCHEDULE FOR 8TH ANNUAL EVENT Design Santa Fe 2012 is pleased to announce our updated lineup for our eighth annual event, which takes place October 4–6, 2012. As a UNESCO-designated Creative City, Santa Fe is the ideal venue to host this yearly celebration of design ideas, products, and applications. The theme for 2012, “Unleashing Creativity,” explores ways we can tap into the inspiration, innovation, and interdisciplinary...

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The Complete Nik Software Digital Workflow with Santa Fe Photographic Workshops / Starts October 8, 2012

The Complete Nik Software Digital Workflow with Santa Fe Photographic Workshops / Starts October 8, 2012

Tony Corbell has found that utilizing Nik Software tools and technologies can result in image-edit times that average less than two minutes, and in this workshop—his first ever in the digital lab—he shows you why reviewers say these game-changing tools “should be required” for all photographers. You are taken step-by-step through the process, from the moment of image capture all the way through to the print. We begin by heading into the field, looking for light and photographing the...

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High Desert Light with Santa Fe Photographic Workshops / Starts September 23, 2012

High Desert Light with Santa Fe Photographic Workshops / Starts September 23, 2012

There is no better place to study the interplay of light and land than the exquisite high desert of Santa Fe. And with the inspiring light and landscapes of Northern New Mexico beckoning, rest assured this workshop is first and foremost about photographing. Marc Muench takes us to a wide variety of locations, where we concentrate on working with the light to make a great subject stand out. We visit those locations multiple times to study the effects that different times of day—and different...

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Adobe Mudding at San Miguel Church with Cornerstones Community Partnerships

Adobe Mudding at San Miguel Church with Cornerstones Community Partnerships

Come learn adobe mudding skills, the traditional building technique of New Mexico villages and pueblos. Hands on learning, cultural and historical information, and fun working with other volunteers at the San Miguel Chapel preservation project. San Miguel is one of the oldest churches in the country – come leave your mark in this special way! The built environment of the Southwest is one of the most beautiful examples of vernacular architecture in the United States. Many of these adobe...

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“Feminism in the New Media Landscape” with author Courtney E. Martin / August 13, 2012

“Feminism in the New Media Landscape” with author Courtney E. Martin / August 13, 2012

In this workshop, feminist blogger and author Courtney E. Martin will explore with participants the new frontiers of feminist thought and action online. By exploring the feminist blogosphere and exciting efforts to harness its political potential, she will allow people with a wide range of online comfort and experience to enter into the conversation. Blogging has become the 21st century version of consciousness-raising, but beyond that, online organizing has become the new vehicle by which all...

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Santa Fe Creative Tourism Newsletter / July & August 2012

Santa Fe Creative Tourism Newsletter / July & August 2012

Testimonial – New Mexico ArtSpa “I have to confess, I was completely flummoxed by the description “art spa”. I couldn’t get past my vision of “spa” as a place where you go for a massage or a soak or a sauna. But now my horizons have been broadened and I can conceive of  a spa as any place you go to have a rejuvenating experience-in this case via art.  Talk about “in the moment”! I found that everything went out of mind except what I was...

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Lightroom4 Training Series / Starts August 8, 2012

Lightroom4 Training Series / Starts August 8, 2012

This series of face-to-face training modules will provide a strong knowledge base in the fundamentals of Adobe Lightroom4. There will be four, 2.5-hour sessions that can be taken individually or as a series. Class size is limited to 6 students to ensure everyone receives the most from the sessions. SESSION I)       Getting Started with the Fundamentals [Aug 8] -       THE LR OVERVIEW -       IMPORTING -       EXPORTING SESSION II) Making LR Work For You [Aug 15] -       THE LIBRARY MODULE...

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“Feminism in the New Media Landscape” with author Courtney E. Martin / August 13, 2012

“Feminism in the New Media Landscape” with author Courtney E. Martin / August 13, 2012

In this workshop, feminist blogger and author Courtney E. Martin will explore with participants the new frontiers of feminist thought and action online. By exploring the feminist blogosphere and exciting efforts to harness its political potential, she will allow people with a wide range of online comfort and experience to enter into the conversation. Blogging has become the 21st century version of consciousness-raising, but beyond that, online organizing has become the new vehicle by which all...

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Introduction to Green Building / July 10, 2012 (1 day)

Introduction to Green Building / July 10, 2012 (1 day)

Building better, “greener” and more energy-efficient buildings is easier than you may think. This class provides an overview of green building for owners, builders and designers who want to improve the quality of their homes and achieve higher energy efficiency while reducing their impact on our the environment. The class reviews current issues, concepts, strategies, goals, programs and language in the field, including: “carbon neutral” or “zero energy” homes, “LEED” and “Build Green”...

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Java Programming Camp (Ages 13 to 17) / Starts July 16, 2012 (5 days)

Java Programming Camp (Ages 13 to 17) / Starts July 16, 2012 (5 days)

Java is one of the most powerful programming languages used to power billions of devices worldwide, from iPhones to navigation systems. Experience the power of Java through hands-on application development. Students will create multimedia applications using images and sound files and will explore games and game design. Knowledge of Java provides a strong foundation for students to learn other programming languages such as C++. This curriculum models courses offered at major universities. Java...

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Alice Game Programming (Ages 9 to 13) / Starts June 25, 2012 (5days)

Alice Game Programming (Ages 9 to 13) / Starts June 25, 2012 (5days)

STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) education is America’s initiative to engage students in STEM degrees. Students will be introduced to Alice, an interactive 3D-programming environment from Carnegie Mellon University. Students learn to create animations and games using the Alice software. Alice offers the best first exposure to programming for students by providing an intuitive 3D environment for teaching object-oriented programming. Students learn common programming constructs,...

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Ecology of the Santa Fe Mountains / May 20th, 2012

Ecology of the Santa Fe Mountains / May 20th, 2012

Within a short distance of the Plaza lies a great variety of habitats and plant communities. In this mostly downhill hike of 7.5 miles, you’ll examine vegetation gradients, the evolution of ecosystems, the interplay between geography and climate, micro-climates, and how individual flora and fauna have adapted to various environmental conditions. Geologic processes, animal tracks, and plant and bird identification will illustrate the details of the various habitats visited. Participants arrange...

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Conquer Your Fear of Color with Jennifer Nollette / March 10th, 2012

Conquer Your Fear of Color with Jennifer Nollette / March 10th, 2012

Don’t live in a home that is drab, dull or boring. Live with a stunning color palette that expresses your personality and creates the perfect mood while showcasing your belongings. Learn how to choose a personally inspired color scheme with confidence and flow it through your rooms with ease. Saturday, 9 a.m. to noon, March 10, 1 day. Course #HG326 01/CRN 31285 Jennifer Nollette, Fee $29...

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Canceled: June Weekend Blogshop at the Santa Fe Complex

Canceled: June Weekend Blogshop at the Santa Fe Complex

Learn to blog! Set up your own site in a weekend with expert help and lots of fun. Blogshop is a 6-hour, 2-day interactive, hands-on, weekend blogging workshop led by an expert in blogging and marketing. You will purchase a hosting package (through Hostgator.com), install WordPress on your self-hosted site, and learn the WordPress interface. IT professionals are on hand to help you through the process. Presenter and professional blogger Melissa J White is a blogging consultant, web designer...

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May Weekend Blogshop at the Santa Fe Complex

May Weekend Blogshop at the Santa Fe Complex

Learn to blog! Set up your own site in a weekend with expert help and lots of fun. Blogshop is a 6-hour, 2-day interactive, hands-on, weekend blogging workshop led by an expert in blogging and marketing. You will purchase a hosting package (through Hostgator.com), install WordPress on your self-hosted site, and learn the WordPress interface. IT professionals are on hand to help you through the process. Presenter and professional blogger Melissa J White is a blogging consultant, web designer...

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Decorate With What You Have with Jennifer Nollette / Feb. 11th, 2012 (1day)

Decorate With What You Have with Jennifer Nollette / Feb. 11th, 2012 (1day)

Learn to love your home and how it is decorated. Don’t be frustrated putting together your eclectic mix of furniture, decor and collections. Proudly welcome friends and family into your inviting home. Discover the five simple steps to design a put-together home using your existing furniture and accessories. Jennifer Nollette, a local professional, will offer advice and answer questions about creating beautiful spaces. Saturday, 9 a.m. to noon, Feb. 11, 1 day. Course #HG313 01/CRN 31284...

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April Weekend Blogshop at the Santa Fe Complex

April Weekend Blogshop at the Santa Fe Complex

Learn to blog! Set up your own site in a weekend with expert help and lots of fun. Blogshop is a 6-hour, 2-day interactive, hands-on, weekend blogging workshop led by an expert in blogging and marketing. You will purchase a hosting package (through Hostgator.com), install WordPress on your self-hosted site, and learn the WordPress interface. IT professionals are on hand to help you through the process. Presenter and professional blogger Melissa J White is a blogging consultant, web designer...

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March Weekend Blogshop at the Santa Fe Complex

March Weekend Blogshop at the Santa Fe Complex

Learn to blog! Set up your own site in a weekend with expert help and lots of fun. Blogshop is a 6-hour, 2-day interactive, hands-on, weekend blogging workshop led by an expert in blogging and marketing. You will purchase a hosting package (through Hostgator.com), install WordPress on your self-hosted site, and learn the WordPress interface. IT professionals are on hand to help you through the process. Presenter and professional blogger Melissa J White is a blogging consultant, web designer...

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February Weekend Blogshop at the Santa Fe Complex

February Weekend Blogshop at the Santa Fe Complex

Learn to blog! Set up your own site in a weekend with expert help and lots of fun. Blogshop is a 6-hour, 2-day interactive, hands-on, weekend blogging workshop led by an expert in blogging and marketing. You will purchase a hosting package (through Hostgator.com), install WordPress on your self-hosted site, and learn the WordPress interface. IT professionals are on hand to help you through the process. Presenter and professional blogger Melissa J White is a blogging consultant, web designer...

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January Blogshop Weekend at the Santa Fe Complex

January Blogshop Weekend at the Santa Fe Complex

Learn to blog! Set up your own site in a weekend with expert help and lots of fun. Blogshop is a 6-hour, 2-day interactive, hands-on, weekend blogging workshop led by an expert in blogging and marketing. You will purchase a hosting package (through Hostgator.com), install WordPress on your self-hosted site, and learn the WordPress interface. IT professionals are on hand to help you through the process. Presenter and professional blogger Melissa J White is a blogging consultant, web designer...

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Book your creative vacation today! DIY Santa Fe March 2012 – Month long celebration of DIY and hands on learning.

Book your creative vacation today! DIY Santa Fe March 2012 – Month long celebration of DIY and hands on learning.

Experience the Land of Enchantment in a truly hands-on manner while getting to know the city’s art, culture, history, heritage and people. Santa Fe Creative Tourism and The Inn and Spa at Loretto have partnered to present our DIY Santa Fe – 2012 Spring Break Package, featuring fabulous workshops, classes and experiences taught by local community members in vibrant artists’ studios and other settings. From painting and glassworks, writing and journaling, to photography and crafts, experiencing...

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Creative Santa Fe Announces Fall Santa Fe Studio Tour 2011 – November 12-13, 2011

Creative Santa Fe Announces Fall Santa Fe Studio Tour 2011 – November 12-13, 2011

WHAT: Santa Fe Studio Tour 2011 (November 12-13) An exciting opportunity for visitors and locals to meet the people who make Santa Fe a creative and “different” city as well as one of the best art markets in the country. Twenty-seven of Santa Fe’s fine artists will open their private studios to display, sell and demonstrate their art throughout diverse neighborhoods across Santa Fe. Art media include printmaking, collage, photography, sculpture, pottery, fiber, jewelry, oil, acrylic,...

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Design Santa Fe 2011 – Design Dialogue & Luncheon/Home & Garden Tour

Design Santa Fe 2011 – Design Dialogue & Luncheon/Home & Garden Tour

Tickets for Design Santa Fe’s Dialogue & Luncheon and the Home & Garden Tour are now available to purchase online at www.designsantafe.org. A ticket to either event includes a free, one-year subscription to Su Casa magazine. The theme of Design Santa Fe 2011 is Change Makers, addressing the role of architecture and design in effecting positive social change. The Dialogue & Luncheon features a panel discussion of the ways that architects and designers are pioneering practical...

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DIY Santa Fe – Spring Break March 2012 – Workshops, Classes and Experiences in Santa Fe, New Mexico

DIY Santa Fe – Spring Break March 2012 – Workshops, Classes and Experiences in Santa Fe, New Mexico

Experience the Land of Enchantment in a truly hands-on manner while getting to know the city’s art, culture, history, heritage and people. Santa Fe Creative Tourism and The Inn and Spa at Loretto have partnered to present our DIY Santa Fe – 2012 Spring Break Package, featuring fabulous workshops, classes and experiences taught by local community members in vibrant artists’ studios and other settings. From painting and glassworks, writing and journaling, to photography and crafts, experiencing...

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Map and GPS with Karen Denison / November 2nd, 2011

Map and GPS with Karen Denison / November 2nd, 2011

GPS technology has permeated modern life and changed the way some of us hike. Learn how it can be used in conjuction with more traditional navigation skills. In this two-session workshop, hone your old-style map-reading skills, learn GPS skills and practice your new-found skills during an all-day field trip (moderate off-trail walking). Two sessions allow more time for concepts to settle in, for questions, and for you to feel more confident. Suitable for new GPS owners, those still shopping,...

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Ecology of Pinon & Juniper Woodlands with William Neuwirth / September 11th, 2011

Ecology of Pinon & Juniper Woodlands with William Neuwirth / September 11th, 2011

One of the more dynamic ecosystems, pinon/juniper woodlands display many diverse facets of species interactions. During two walks you’ll encounter multiple levels of ecology, from the pervasive, microscopic cryptobiotic crusts to the global scale of climatic variation. We’ll discuss the interplay of human-induced change, drought, fire, competition/cooperation between pinons and junipers, episodic outbreaks of insects, and why this ecosystem is the most sensitive to small variations in moisture...

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Introduction to Green Building with Daniel Clavio / October 4th, 2011

Introduction to Green Building with Daniel Clavio / October 4th, 2011

This introductory class provides an overview of green and sustainable building for owners, builders and designers who want to improve the quality of their homes while reducing their impact on our natural resources and the environment. The class reviews current issues, concepts, strategies, goals, programs and language in the field, including LEED programs, build green programs, the HERS rating system, Carbon Neutral or Zero Carbon building and the 2030 Challenge. We also discuss financial...

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Building Analyst Training with Amanda Evans / September 12th, 2011

Building Analyst Training with Amanda Evans / September 12th, 2011

This five-day Building Performance Institute (BPI) Building Analyst Training course prepares participants to conduct a comprehensive inspection and diagnostic analysis of a home’s energy consumption, paying special attention to health and safety issues that can arise during energy-efficiency improvements. Topics include evaluating and documenting how the building as a whole performs, energy assessments, blower door testing, ventilation issues, combustion testing and how to develop a work scope...

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Confidence with Color with Jennifer Nollette / October 22nd, 2011

Confidence with Color with Jennifer Nollette / October 22nd, 2011

Sometimes the names of colors, like wasabi green or pool party blue, cause more confusion than offer any help. Color plays a powerful role in the look and feel of your home. If you are planning a decorating project and are confused about color, this creative color workshop is for you. Students will create personal color profiles. Learn your color type and explore how different colors might affect the rooms in your home. Before you begin your decorating project, brush up on how to design a...

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Photography, Poetry, Calligraphy, & Art at Ghost Ranch in Abiquiu

Photography, Poetry, Calligraphy, & Art at Ghost Ranch in Abiquiu

Ghost Ranch is a place where the elements of community, culture, light and dialog form the basis of a special learning process.Each year Ghost Ranch, sponsors dozens of exhibits, performances, lectures and other special events. Ghost Ranch in Abiquiu offers a Georgia O’Keeffe Landscape Tour, hiking trails, two internationally  known Museums, the new Piedra Lumbre Education and Visitor Center with exhibits featuring the history and culture of northern New Mexico, an art gallery and gift shop....

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Discovering the Joys of Learning, Play and Community – Santa Fe Children’s Museum

Discovering the Joys of Learning, Play and Community – Santa Fe Children’s Museum

  Adults aren’t the only ones who enjoy the pulsing innovation of one of the world’s most creative cities. The Santa Fe Children’s Museum is one of America’s top-rated children’s museums, and is consistently voted as a don’t-miss for kids in Santa Fe. One vision underlies everything the Museum does: children learn by creating! The Museum’s indoor exhibit space offers unlimited opportunities for children to discover the world around them; explore art, experiment with science, and just...

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Santa Fe Teen Arts Center – Warehouse 21

Santa Fe Teen Arts Center – Warehouse 21

Digital MEDIA ARTS Warehouse 21’s Digital Media Arts Program (DMAP 2.1) provides a “digital map” to the future digital-based art forms in an 868 sq ft upper level space. DMAP 2.1 will consist of a computer lab, a 400 sq ft recording studio, work force training in computer graphics, design, animation, 3D modeling, computer programming, web and video game development,online radio, digital recording, video documentaries, shorts, and full-length multi-media productions. PERFORMING ARTS...

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Adobe Mud & Traditional Building

Adobe Mud & Traditional Building

Come learn adobe mudding skills, the traditional building technique of New Mexico villages and pueblos. Hands on learning, cultural and historical information, and fun working with other volunteers at the San Miguel Chapel preservation project. San Miguel is one of the oldest churches in the country – come leave your mark in this special way! When: July and August, Tuesday – Saturday Where:  401 Old Santa Fe Trail  – Santa Fe, NM Time: 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. Phone:...

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