Workshop Calendar

The City of Santa Fe Arts Commission To Host Artist Professional Training Workshops in the Community Gallery

The City of Santa Fe Arts Commission To Host Artist Professional Training Workshops in the Community Gallery

SANTA FE, NM—The City of Santa Fe Arts Commission is proud to host its annual series of Artist Professional Training Courses to educate and assist artists in their careers. All events will take place in the Community Gallery, located at 201 West Marcy Street, inside the Santa Fe Community Convention Center. ALL CLASSES ARE HELD FROM 6:00 TO 7:00 P.M. AT THE SANTA FE COMMUNITY GALLERY, 201 WEST MARCY STREET, Santa Fe, NM PLEASE RSVP TO 505.955.6705 or email rdlambert@santafenm.gov   FREE...

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3-day Intuitive Painting Workshop / July 19-21, 2013

3-day Intuitive Painting Workshop / July 19-21, 2013

Join a 3-day workshop in process painting/intuitive painting. Over a 3-day period, participants connect to a deeper joy of creative flow. We notice, how and when we allow creative blocks, using a process of open-ended questioning to release these blocks, accessing more and more fluid creative energy to enter our lives. Attention is placed on the moment-to-moment act of painting, not on technique, skill or end result. Cost: $305 / $285 if you mention Santa Fe Creative Tourism When: July 19-21,...

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2/2 Twills with Jason Collingwood / July 19-21, 2013

2/2 Twills with Jason Collingwood / July 19-21, 2013

2/2 Twills with Jason Collingwood / July 19 – 21, 2013 This class will examine straight twill, broken twill, and twill on opposites. Within these three structures, students will explore many two- and three-color sequences, each of which results in its own unique design. They will apply crossed wefts (parallel and contrary motion) and clasped wefts to 2/2 twill, further increasing the design possibilities. Time permitting, the class will look at pick-up and 3/1 double-faced twill. This...

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Free Artist Slide Lecture: Rodrigo Lara Zendejas / July 17, 2013

Free Artist Slide Lecture: Rodrigo Lara Zendejas / July 17, 2013

Free Artist Slide Lecture: Rodrigo Lara Zendejas / July 17, 2013 Rodrigo Lara Zendejas received his BFA from the Instituto Allende, in San Miguel de Allende, Mexico, and his MFA from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago. He has exhibited extensively in Mexico, the US, Canada, Europe and China. He has been a teaching assistant at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago, and has taught workshops both in Mexico and the US. His work has been featured in Ceramics Monthly and Ceramics Art...

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Artist Talk: Narcissus Quagliata – Archetypes and Visions in Light and Glass / July 17, 2013

Artist Talk: Narcissus Quagliata – Archetypes and Visions in Light and Glass / July 17, 2013

Artist Talk: Narcissus Quagliata – Archetypes and Visions in Light and Glass / July 17, 2013 Italian artist Narcissus Quagliata pioneered the methods that have broken the boundaries of glass as an art medium. He has created large-scale projects on three continents, including Divinity in Light installed on a Michelangelo basilica in the artist’s native Rome. Quagliata will use this and other projects as a lens through which to discuss the significance of light as a relevant medium in the...

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Free Artist Slide Lecture: Steven Hill / July 31, 2013

Free Artist Slide Lecture: Steven Hill / July 31, 2013

Free Artist Slide Lecture: Steven Hill / July 31, 2013 Steven Hill received his BFA from Kansas State University, and has been a studio potter since 1975. In 1998 Steven co-founded Red Star Studios Ceramic Center in Kansas City, MO, and went on to co-found Center Street Clay in Sandwich, IL in 2006. He has exhibited nationally, and his work has been featured in numerous books and ceramics publications, including Ceramics Monthly, Pottery Making Illustrated and Studio Potter. He has taught...

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Luminous Acrylic: A Five Day Painting Workshop, July 15-19, 2013

Luminous Acrylic: A Five Day Painting Workshop, July 15-19, 2013

Luminous Acrylic: A Five Day Painting Workshop, July 15-19, 2013 Paint with eye-catching special effects such as acrylic on gold leaf and pouring media to create reflective surfaces. Obtain interesting sheens like the waxy veiled look of encaustic painting (but with acrylic). Explore an array of new specialty paints including the color-flip of interference and reflective layering. Create unusual drawing and painting surfaces with metallic pigments. Each participant receives free Golden product...

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Lost Wax Kilncast Glass / July 17-21, 2013

Lost Wax Kilncast Glass / July 17-21, 2013

Lost Wax Kilncast Glass / July 17-21, 2013 In this class you will learn how to make fully sculptural cast glass objects using the lost wax process. Steps in the process include creating a refractory mold around a wax model, steaming out the wax, calculating the amount of glass needed to fill the mold, curing the mold, and firing the work in the kiln. You will complete this process twice: first with a wax model we provide and then with a wax model you will build in class. Finishing methods will...

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Intro and More about Encaustic Painting / July 12-15,2013

Intro and More about Encaustic Painting / July 12-15,2013

Intro and More about Encaustic Painting / July 12-15,2013 The workshop will be an introduction, if you haven’t done encaustic before, or you need a refresher on basic techniques. For more advanced encaustic painters, it will be an opportunity to enhance your work with a variety of new techniques. Individual instruction and criticism will help you move your encaustic painting to a new level. The workshop will cover all the basics, including information about how to make paint, about the...

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Intro to Rug Weaving with Jason Collingwood / July 15-17, 2013

Intro to Rug Weaving with Jason Collingwood / July 15-17, 2013

Intro to Rug Weaving with Jason Collingwood / July 15 – 17, 2013 Calling all weavers – it’s time to venture into the world of rugs! Jason’s depth of rug weaving knowledge promises a thrilling experience for weavers of all levels. Students will learn how to make a strong serviceable rug with plain weave, an excellent structure for rugs. Designs will begin with weaving stripes and spots using two colors, including how to overcome the selvage problems inherent in each different design....

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One Day Intuitive Painting Workshop / July 13, 2013

One Day Intuitive Painting Workshop / July 13, 2013

One Day Painting Experience in process painting/intuitive painting. Participants connect with a deepening joy and creative freedom. Attention is placed on a moment to moment flow, not technique or content. Thus this workshop is for novice or experienced painter. Materials are provided. Witness the magic of painting for process not product. Experience the power of brush and paint. Free the creative flow within. Learn the joy of painting for process. Release judgement and expectation. Experience...

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Ghost Ranch Family Week / July, 1 2013

Ghost Ranch Family Week / July, 1 2013

Ghost Ranch Family Week / July, 1 2013 Family Week provides rich opportunities for families of all shapes and sizes to enjoy time together in study, creative arts, play and adventure. Activities include campfires, games, hikes, yoga, waterfront activities, an arts center for creativity, a musical concert, outdoor movie nights and Coffee House, the Ghost Ranch version of a talent show. To celebrate independence day there will be a parade and July 4th celebration with fireworks (weather...

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Free Artist Slide Lecture: Hayne Bayless / July 3, 2013

Free Artist Slide Lecture: Hayne Bayless / July 3, 2013

Free Artist Slide Lecture: Hayne Bayless / July 3, 2013 Hayne Bayless is a studio potter living in Ivoryton, CT. In college he managed to avoid all academic art. Twenty years ago he quit a perfectly good job as a newspaper editor to make pots. He has exhibited at the Smithsonian Craft Show and the Minnesota Potters Tour for many years. He exhibits and teaches extensively in major US galleries and workshop venues, and has been awarded three residencies at Watershed Center for the Ceramic Arts...

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More About Encaustic Painting: Going a Little Larger / July 12-15, 2013

More About Encaustic Painting: Going a Little Larger / July 12-15, 2013

More About Encaustic Painting: Going a Little Larger (Combined with Intro to Encaustic) / July 12-15, 2013 Open to beginners as well as more advanced encaustic artists, this four-day workshop will take you from a small panel to an intermediate size (up to 20″). We will cover, or review, all the basics, as well as discussing when it is appropriate and important to take your work both to a larger size and to a more conceptually considered state–the why of what you do, as well as the...

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Desert Waters: A Painting With Paper Workshop / July 11-13, 2013

Desert Waters: A Painting With Paper Workshop / July 11-13, 2013

Desert Waters: A Painting With Paper Workshop / July 11 – 13, 2013 There is a magical quality to water in the desert and we have several of these oases a short journey from Santa Fe.  The Chama and Pecos rivers, Abiquiu Lake, the Rio Grande, Bosque del Apache and Elephant Butte provide excellent opportunities for painters to capture the magic of water in the desert.  In this 3-day intensive workshop we’ll explore the expressive possibilities of abstract desert landscapes while...

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Intuitive Painting with Julie Claire / July 13, 2013

Intuitive Painting with Julie Claire / July 13, 2013

Intuitive Painting with Julie Claire / July 13, 2013 It’s amazing what happens when we trust ourselves, when we trust our inner inklings, without any knowledge or preconception of what we’re going to do. We pick up color and we paint. In this intuitive painting experience you will see your spontaneity, your colors, take shape and become something. It probably won’t be what you “think” it will be, but something will happen. And that something has to do with soul,...

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Intuitive Painting with Julie Claire / July 26, 2013

Intuitive Painting with Julie Claire / July 26, 2013

Intuitive Painting with Julie Claire / July 26, 2013 Paint Big, Live Big! As we say “Yes!” to painting without “knowing” what we are going to paint, we say yes to the mysterious luminosity of who we truly are. It is amazing what happens in these intuitive painting workshops. Artists feeling stuck find themselves reigniting their passion for creativity; Beginners with no painting experience connect with their inner artist, their creative voices. This is a playful...

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Free Artist Slide Lecture: David Hicks / July 24, 2013

Free Artist Slide Lecture: David Hicks / July 24, 2013

Free Artist Slide Lecture: David Hicks / July 24, 2013 Born and raised in the central valley of California, David Hicks’ work references the agricultural environment surrounding his home. He received his BFA from California State University Long Beach and his MFA from the New York State College of Ceramics at Alfred University. He has exhibited nationally, and his work is included in many private and museum collections, including ASU Art Museum, AMOCA, and the Museum of Contemporary Ceramic...

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2013 Plein Air Santa Fe Annual Paintout and Exhibit / June 21 – July 7, 2013

2013 Plein Air Santa Fe Annual Paintout and Exhibit / June 21 – July 7, 2013

2013 Plein Air Santa Fe Annual Paintout and Exhibit / June 21 – July 7, 2013 2013 Plein Air Santa Fe Exhibit Sponsored by PAPNM Gary Kim Fine Art Gallery 228 Old Santa Fe Trail, Santa Fe Two paintings from each of 45 juried members will be exhibited during this two week show. The paintings will represent work done during the paint-out held from June 16-20. Opening Reception: Friday, June 21, 2013, 5:00-7:00 PM, Gary Kim Fine Art Gallery, 228 Old Santa Fe Trail. Artists’ preview 4:00-5:00...

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Raku Firing and Wheel Throwing with Kellogg Johnson / Starts June 1, 2013

Raku Firing and Wheel Throwing with Kellogg Johnson / Starts June 1, 2013

Raku Firing and Wheel Throwing with Kellogg Johnson, June 1 – July 13, 2013 The Japanese believe ceramic holds the life-force because it contains the four elements; earth, air, water, and fire. Raku was discovered in the 16th century as the result of an impatient emperor needing ceramic tile for his roof completed by a certain date. The process was later adopted by and developed for the tea ceremony and today we find the process being used in every way imaginable in the ceramic art...

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Wheel Throwing with Sean Fairbridge / Starts May 30, 2013

Wheel Throwing with Sean Fairbridge / Starts May 30, 2013

Wheel Throwing with Sean Fairbridge, May 30 – July 11, 2013 This weekly wheel throwing class will concentrate on the basics of the craft for beginners as well as for those with experience who want to improve their skills. Fundamentals of throwing, trimming and glazing techniques will be taught for many functional forms including bowls, plates, mugs and pitchers. Demonstrations and technical information are provided with attention to individual needs. The classes allows students to work...

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Harnessing Flow / Starts July 5, 2013

Harnessing Flow / Starts July 5, 2013

Harnessing Flow, July 5-6 & 8, 2013 Explore the principles of glass flow, deformation, and displacement and learn to make work that captures a sense of movement within. The process will involve learning kilnforming basics, doing volume calculations, working with dams and refractory materials, and designing firing schedules. Basic coldworking methods will also be covered. As a student, you will make three finished pieces and leave the class with enough information to keep experimenting in...

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Free Artist Slide Lecture: Jason Bige Burnett / July 10, 2013

Free Artist Slide Lecture: Jason Bige Burnett / July 10, 2013

Free Artist Slide Lecture: Jason Bige Burnett / July 10, 2013 Jason Bige Burnett graduated from Western Kentucky University in Bowling Green, KY with a BFA in ceramics and BA’s in both printmaking and graphic design. He then continued his education at Penland School of Crafts in North Carolina as a core fellowship student for two years. He has exhibited nationally, been featured in Ceramics Monthly and Pottery Making Illustrated, and has taught numerous workshops. Currently, he is an...

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Handbuilding in Clay with Troy Meek / Starts June 1, 2013

Handbuilding in Clay with Troy Meek / Starts June 1, 2013

Handbuilding in Clay with Troy Meek / Starts June 1, 2013 This weekly handbuilding class focuses on development and refinement of a variety of hand forming clay skills. Basic construction techniques, surface treatments and glazing are covered. Demonstrations and individual attention from the instructor allow students to pursue their own directions. Cost: $240 plus tax When: Saturdays, June 1 – July 13, 2013 Time: 1:30 – 4:30 pm Where: Santa Fe Clay, 545 Camino de la Familia, Santa...

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Photo Encaustic Workshop, July 27, 2013

Photo Encaustic Workshop, July 27, 2013

Photo Encaustic Workshop, July 27, 2013 Whether you use a smart phone, point-and-shoot or professional camera to take your photographs, you will enjoy using the ancient Encaustic process to enhance them. These fun-filled full and half-day workshops will provide you with a variety of techniques you can use to apply layers of tinted beeswax to your images and turn them into creative works of art. Professional photographer and encaustic artist, Angel Wynn, will begin the full-day session in the...

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Creative Wings Process Painting Classes

Creative Wings Process Painting Classes

Process painting for intuition and awareness. These classes use paint, brush and paper to explore the inner workings of our creative expression. More of a mindful use of creativity, we take time to notice how we move out of awareness into judgment or fear, leaving behind flow. Creative blocks are then released as transformation and insight occurs. No previous talent or skills necessary. Debbie Purdy taught with the originator of the process, Michele Cassou, for over 12 years. She has a studio...

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-Creative Wings Process Painting Workshop, July 19-21, 2013

-Creative Wings Process Painting Workshop, July 19-21, 2013

Creative Wings Process Painting Workshop, July 19 – 21, 2013 Process painting for intuition and awareness. This workshop uses paint, brush and paper to explore the inner workings of our creative expression. More of a mindful use of creativity, we take time to notice how we move out of awareness into judgment or fear, leaving behind flow. Creative blocks are then released as transformation and insight occurs. No previous talent or skills necessary. Debbie Purdy taught with the originator...

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Icon Writing with Father Richard Cannuli, OSA / July 29-August 3, 2013

Icon Writing with Father Richard Cannuli, OSA / July 29-August 3, 2013

Icon Writing with Father Richard Cannuli, OSA / July 29-August 3, 2013 Father Richard Cannuli, OSA, known world-wide as an iconographer and artist, will be teaching a workshop in icon writing for beginners and continuing icon students at the studio of Ground Dogs off Old Santa Fe Trail from July29-August 3 from 9:30-4:00. Details on our website. This is not about your artistic ability (none required!), it is about The Journey. A week writing an icon is a spiritual experience beyond compare! It...

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Back Roads of Northern New Mexico and Southern Colorado / July 19-21, 2013

Back Roads of Northern New Mexico and Southern Colorado / July 19-21, 2013

This 3 day Photo Tour takes us on “road less travelled” in northern New Mexico and just over the border in Colorado. We will visit long ago abandoned towns, still thriving small farming communities and views of the Rio Grande and the 14,000 foot peaks of the southern Rockies. Testimonial The four days I spent with Geraint made for the best photography workshop I’ve ever attended. He was generous with his time and even more giving with his knowledge. His patient, supportive...

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A Question of Story / July 28, 2012

A Question of Story / July 28, 2012

“It’s all a question of story. We are in trouble just now because  we are in between stories. The Old Story the account of how the world  came to be and how we fit into it-sustained us for a long time. It  shaped our emotional attitudes, provided us with life purpose,  energized action, consecrated suffering, integrated knowledge, guided  education. We awoke in the morning and knew where we were. We could answer the questions of our children. We could identify crime, punish...

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Hula Hoop and Poi workshop @ Warehouse 21! / July 25, 2012

Hula Hoop and Poi workshop @ Warehouse 21! / July 25, 2012

Learn to use the Hula Hoop like a pro every Wednesday at Warehouse 21! Hoop dance is a new take the 1950′s Hula Hoop. It originated in dance clubs in the U.S.A. and is now a craze! Hoop dance is used for fun, exercise, and empowering women! Dance to music and hoop with Angee Keen. She makes hoops that glow. All ages enjoy this class. When: Wednesday, July 25, 2012 Where: 1614 Paseo de Peralta Santa Fe, New Mexico 87501 Time: 5:30-6:30pm Cost: $10 / Visitors can pay what you can when you...

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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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Oil painting workshops with Felix Voltsinger / Starts July 27, 2012

Oil painting workshops with Felix Voltsinger / Starts July 27, 2012

Join Felix for a three day exploration of materials, techniques, and painting from observation. This small group will enable you to get all the individual attention you need to take your painting to the next level. Suitable for beginners as well as more advanced artists. When: July 27-29, 2012 Time: 10 am – 3 pm. Where: 2200 W. Alameda #7 Santa Fe NM. 87507 Cost: $150 Phone: (505) 490-8110 Website/Blog Address: www.felixvoltsingerworkshops.com Introduction to Figure Drawing with Felix...

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Beading Fun!, Observation Station, New Mexico Fairy Casas, and Storybook Nook @ The Santa Fe Childrens Museum / July 2012

Beading Fun!, Observation Station, New Mexico Fairy Casas, and Storybook Nook @ The Santa Fe Childrens Museum / July 2012

Beading Fun! Come learn about all kinds of beading from simple stringing to beadweaving on a loom. Materials supplied. Best suited for school age children. Adults are welcome to join in the fun! Time: 3:30 – 4:30 pm When: Every Tuesday in July 2012 Observation Station Magnify your world as we learn how to use microscopes of different powers, observe natural objects, gain knowledge and have fun. Time: 10:30 – 12 noon When: Every Tuesday in July 2012 New Mexico Fairy Casas Kids learn...

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“Kids Create” Summer Camp / July 16-20 / Mixed Media!

“Kids Create” Summer Camp / July 16-20 / Mixed Media!

“Kids Create” Summer Camp / July 16-20 / Mixed Media! This week we explore art through photography, video, and painting. We use photos from digital cameras, painting, and more to inspire a project that is definitely more than meets the eye. “Kids Create” Summer Camp / July 23-27 / Drama & Creative Movement! This week is all about drama and moving our bodies. We will explore drama games, movement exercises, stretching, and dance games. When: July 16-20 & July...

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Pâte de Verre, Methods to Form By / Starts July 17, 2012

Pâte de Verre, Methods to Form By / Starts July 17, 2012

The French term “pâte de verre” translates literally as “paste of glass.” This method, which involves creating thin-walled vessels by hand packing multiple layers of fine glass grains into the interior of a mold, allows tremendous room for exploration. As a student in this workshop, you will explore a variety of processes used by Lomné to create her signature work. These include model making, mold construction, color mixing, inlay design, texture control, firing cycles and coldworking....

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Printmaking @ The Santa Fe Children’s Museum / July 18, 2012

Printmaking @ The Santa Fe Children’s Museum / July 18, 2012

Printmaking – Explore the technigue of printmaking to make your own carved stamp and prints of it! July 18, 2012 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...

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Bookmaking @ The Santa Fe Children’s Museum / July 25, 2012

Bookmaking @ The Santa Fe Children’s Museum / July 25, 2012

Bookmaking – Come and explore the historic craft of bookmaking and bookbinding and make your very own book!  July 25, 2012 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...

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Make your own Papyrus @ The Santa Fe Children’s Museum / July 11, 2012

Make your own Papyrus @ The Santa Fe Children’s Museum / July 11, 2012

Make your own Papyrus – Weave and pound paper and grass to make ancient Egyptian papyrus paper! July 11, 2012 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...

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Encaustic Art Play Date with Sharon Sperry Bloom / July 14, 2012

Encaustic Art Play Date with Sharon Sperry Bloom / July 14, 2012

You have some experience with encaustic, but don’t want to invest in all the materials and supplies? Besides, isn’t it more fun to make art in a supportive, creative environment? Well then, let’s get together and play in my Albuquerque encaustic studio! Bring your work-in-progress or start from scratch. Feel free to experiment with collage, painting, or 3-D work. Wood supports and encaustic medium and paints will be provided. You bring your photos and objects for collaging....

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2012 Explore the Spanish Arts Youth Summer Workshop / Starts July 16, 2012

2012 Explore the Spanish Arts Youth Summer Workshop / Starts July 16, 2012

This year, kids ages 10-13 are invited to participate in the Institute for Spanish Arts annual summer youth workshop! Students will enjoy a hands-on array of exciting and educational classes: -Flamenco Dance -Flamenco Guitar -Poetry -Percussion Workshop includes -Lunch and supplies -10 days of all courses -Final Community Performance *Some scholarships are available. Please indicate your interest in the online application form Apply online Dates July 16-July 27th (Monday- Friday) 10am-4pm July...

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A play in the mud day for tourists and locals with Robert Francis Mudman Johnson M.U.D. / July 27th 2012

A play in the mud day for tourists and locals with Robert Francis Mudman Johnson M.U.D. /  July 27th 2012

Learn what Georgia O’Keefe knew; the New Mexico soil and earth will enchant you. Making art from wet earth {adobe} requires no firing and dries hard enough to take back home with you. Art from the earth is not judgmental it’s play, so leave your anxiety about art at home and remember how important play is really for our mental heath. Let the children teach us for a while and learn what collaboration is all about: deep democracy and returning to our playful nature. The Family who plays together...

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DIY(do it yourself) Santa Fe Creative Tourism Calendar / June & July 2012

DIY(do it yourself) Santa Fe Creative Tourism Calendar / June & July 2012

DIY(do it yourself) Santa Fe Creative Tourism Calendar June & July 2012 Summer in Santa Fe – the kind of vacation you’ve always wanted. Santa Fe’s artists welcome you into their studios and galleries…just to look or to participate in hands-on art-making.  Check the links below for workshops designed for you – whether you are looking for a one-time workshop that requires no previous experience, or you are a professional artist interested in a new medium. Artist Talk: Silvia Levenson @...

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“At the Artist’s Table” / Spanish Art and Cuisine / July 24, 2012

“At the Artist’s Table” / Spanish Art and Cuisine / July 24, 2012

Tuesday, July 24 – Spanish Art and Cuisine Artist: Arthur López Chef: James Campbell Caruso With their deep understanding of Spanish art, food and culture, santero artist Arthur Lopez and chef James Campbell Caruso will create an evening that invokes New Mexico’s unique Spanish roots while celebrating the contemporary expression of those roots. A five-time James Beard Award nominee and one of only four chefs nominated to compete in the “Copa Jerez International Food and Sherry Pairing...

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2012 Summer Flamenco Classes with Julia Chacón – Inspiración Flamenca

2012 Summer Flamenco Classes with Julia Chacón – Inspiración Flamenca

Julia Chacon Flamenco Dance Classes I’m so happy to be back in Santa Fe!!! This has been an amazing year so far. I was selected as a Master Artist for the New Mexico Folk Art Apprenticeship Grant, a program designed to nurture folk arts significant to New Mexico culture. I was awarded the grant to mentor the talented young dancer, Miquela Weigel. Hooray New Mexico for continuing to support flamenco, and hooray Miquela for her dedication to the art! I’ve been touring the USA since...

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Let’s Paint Santa Fe – Plein Air with Mike Mahon / Starts July 18, 2012

Let’s Paint Santa Fe – Plein Air with Mike Mahon / Starts July 18, 2012

As a signature member of the Pastel Society of America and the Plein Air Painters of New Mexico, Mike is the perfect instructor to advance your painting skills while visiting The Land of Enchantment. Painting Northern New Mexico has always been Mike’s passion, and as a resident of Santa Fe, he can show you the pleasures of painting “The City Different.” The workshop will be conducted in a beautiful loft over looking the historic Santa Fe Plaza on San Francisco Street. We will paint the plaza,...

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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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Free Form Creation @ The Santa Fe Children’s Museum / Every Thursday

Free Form Creation @ The Santa Fe Children’s Museum / Every Thursday

Think out of the box during this free-form creative hour using recycled and fine art materials. When: Wednesdays June & July 2012 Where: 1050 Old Pecos Trail, Santa Fe NM 87505 Time: 3:30 – 4:30 Cost: Free with admission Phone: 505-989-8359 Website/Blog Address: www.santafechildrensmuseum.org [si-contact-form...

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Art Through The Ages @ The Santa Fe Children’s Museum – Every Wednesday

Art Through The Ages @ The Santa Fe Children’s Museum – Every Wednesday

Journey through time exploring many different types of art materials and how they were used by different cultures. When: Wednesdays June, July & August 2012 Where:  The Santa Fe Children’s Museum, 1050 Old Pecos Trail, Santa Fe, NM 87505 Time: 10:30 – 12:00 Cost: free with admission Phone: 505-989-8359 Website/Blog Address: www.santafechildrensmuseum.org [si-contact-form...

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