Workshop Calendar

Monotype Printmaking: Mixed Media / Chine Colle’/ Collage & Private Classes / June 15-16, 2013

Monotype Printmaking: Mixed Media / Chine Colle’/ Collage & Private Classes / June 15-16, 2013

Monotype Printmaking: Mixed Media / Chine Colle’/ Collage & Private Classes / June 15-16, 2013 An extensive two day monotype printmaking workshop exploring the monotype and other processes designed for the novice & experienced. On completion of the workshop you will have four finished art pieces of your own to take home! The workshop will cover the following techniques: multiple plate monotypes, stencils, calligraphs, viscosity monotypes, chine colle’, and mixed media. The class...

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2013 Tony Hillerman Writers Conference / November 7-9, 2013

2013 Tony Hillerman Writers Conference / November 7-9, 2013

2013 Tony Hillerman Writers Conference / November 7 – 9, 2013 An intimate writers conference open to writers of all genres. The optional, pre-conference workshop will include intensive sessions on character development and openings/conclusions. One day of workshops will focus on the art and craft of writing; the second will feature a session on the business of writing. Faculty members include: Craig Johnson, Margaret Coel, James McGrath Morris, Kirk Ellis, David Morrell, and Anne...

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Clay Printing and Pots / May 5, 2013

Clay Printing and Pots / May 5, 2013

Clay Printing and Pots / May 5, 2013 This workshop will include not only the clay mono printing process where participant are able to create 4 or more prints, but we will also be creating pots from our clay printing slabs. It is a process that is comfortable for both beginners and experienced artists and all create and leave with successful works of art in hand. A great way to experience art without having to be experienced! For families with children over 12, this is a great opportunity to...

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Story 360º: Turn Your Stories Around / Starts May 2, 2013

Story 360º: Turn Your Stories Around / Starts May 2, 2013

Story 360º: Turn Your Stories Around / Starts May 2, 2013 A creative writing workshop to generate new fiction/memoir and experiment with different approaches Shift points of view, switch major and minor characters, play with plot and setting - all to get at our work from many angles All writing levels welcome. Culminates in a group reading  Led by Shebana Coelho, award-winning filmmaker and writer Testimonial “Of all the writing groups I’ve attended – yours was tops….it...

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Monotype and More: Mixed Media Printmaking with Ron Pokrasso / April 19-27, 2013

Monotype and More: Mixed Media Printmaking with Ron Pokrasso / April 19-27, 2013

  Monotype and More: Mixed Media Printmaking with Ron Pokrasso April 19 – 27, 2013 Mixed Media Printmaking: As part of an 8-day Santa Fe, with one day excursion to Abiquiu, Art Immersion Trip, select to spend 4 days studying with Master Printmaker Ron Pokrasso covering a wide range of techniques possible in the monotype process. Ron will take students through the use of collage, drawing, and multiple plate projects including a section on Solarplate. You will be encouraged to pursue your...

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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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“Expanding the Erotic Imagination” February 17, 2013

“Expanding the Erotic Imagination” February 17, 2013

  “Expanding the Erotic Imagination” February 17, 2013 Release your erotic muse!  Turn your fantasies into steamy scenes in this sex-positive writing workshop. Explore, expand, take a risk!  All proclivities and preferences will be celebrated as potential sources of material.  From vanilla to cayenne, this class is for anyone wishing to tap into the creative well-spring of the sexual imagination. When: February 17, 2013 Where: The Lodge at Santa Fe – 744 Calle Mejia Santa Fe,...

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Artist Talk: Poetry Is Everywhere with Judy Tuwaletstiwa / February 28, 2013

Artist Talk: Poetry Is Everywhere with Judy Tuwaletstiwa / February 28, 2013

Artist Talk: Poetry Is Everywhere with Judy Tuwaletstiwa / February 28, 2013 Join Judy Tuwaletstiwa for “Artist Talk: Poetry Is Everywhere” as she presents a glimpse at her lifetime of art and a peek at the new glass works she has been creating while working in the studio at the Santa Fe Resource Center. “My work has always grown from my relationship to landscape, whether it is the landscape of the Hopi Reservation or of New York City. Just as a poem is composed of words we all...

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Write Out Loud / Starting February 12, 2013

Write Out Loud / Starting February 12, 2013

Write Out Loud / Starting February 12, 2013 Write Out Loud /speak your silence is a writing workshop to mine the creative silences within and transform them into short fiction & memoir pieces that are presented at a group reading/spoken word showcase. Led by Shebana Coelho, award-winning filmmaker and writer. All writing levels welcome. Featuring in-class writing exercises, readings and other creative “jumpstarts” to make your stories manifest. Culminates in a group reading on...

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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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Write Your Memoir / Thursday November 1, 2012

Write Your Memoir / Thursday November 1, 2012

Don’t let those family stories get lost — write a memoir so your children and grandchildren know their legacy. Discover how to tap into and shape those long-forgotten memories to create the most poignant, revealing and entertaining anecdotes. Questions and writing prompts will aid you in putting together your life story. Join a safe and welcoming group of enthusiastic writers for in-class exercises and discussions that will help you communicate through your own unique voice and...

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Monotype Printmaking Workshops with Sasha Linda Wasko / September 29-30, 2012

Monotype Printmaking Workshops with Sasha Linda Wasko / September 29-30, 2012

An extensive two day workshop exploring the Monotype process, Mix Media, Collage, Chine Colle’ and designed for the novice & experienced The workshop will cover the following techniques: multiple plate monotypes, stencils, calligraphs, viscosity monotypes, chine colle’, and mixed media. The class includes a discussion on various papers, inks, and tools for the monotype printing. Each person will explore their own creative visions while solving artistic and technical problems. Emphasis is...

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Monotype Printmaking Workshops with Sasha Linda Wasko / September 22-23, 2012

Monotype Printmaking Workshops with Sasha Linda Wasko /  September 22-23, 2012

An extensive two day workshop exploring the Monotype process, Mix Media, Collage, Chine Colle’ and designed for the novice & experienced The workshop will cover the following techniques: multiple plate monotypes, stencils, calligraphs, viscosity monotypes, chine colle’, and mixed media. The class includes a discussion on various papers, inks, and tools for the monotype printing. Each person will explore their own creative visions while solving artistic and technical problems. Emphasis is...

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Monotype Printmaking Workshops with Sasha Linda Wasko / September 15-16, 2012

Monotype Printmaking Workshops with Sasha Linda Wasko /  September 15-16, 2012

An extensive two day workshop exploring the Monotype process, Mix Media, Collage, Chine Colle’ and designed for the novice & experienced The workshop will cover the following techniques: multiple plate monotypes, stencils, calligraphs, viscosity monotypes, chine colle’, and mixed media. The class includes a discussion on various papers, inks, and tools for the monotype printing. Each person will explore their own creative visions while solving artistic and technical problems. Emphasis is...

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Rock Tree Cloud: Place Dancing, a depth ecology movement & arts workshop / Starts October 12, 2012

Rock Tree Cloud: Place Dancing, a depth ecology movement & arts workshop / Starts October 12, 2012

Imagine an ensemble composed of azure sky, soaring ravens, jagged cliffs, the sun dappled floor of an aspen grove, the poised silence of a desert hare. Imagine yourself as an integral part of this ensemble, the life of this land and your own life meeting, informing one another. Here, near the old adobe settlement of Santa Fe, where forested slopes meet the high desert in the foot- hills of the Sangre de Cristo Mountains, the place is inviting you to dance! How does the human animal sense and...

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2012 Tony Hillerman Conference / Starts November 8, 2012

2012 Tony Hillerman Conference  / Starts November 8, 2012

The Tony Hillerman Writer’s conference began in 2004 as a way to honor Hillerman, New Mexico’s prize-winning mystery writer. This year’s conference includes an all-day workshop for authors on pacing their work, and a day on the craft of writing, and a day on the business of writing. Other highlights include a session on publishing e-books, bringing a book to the screen, and a “flash” critique from a literary agent. The Tony Hillerman Writers Conference, November...

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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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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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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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Remembering Miss O’Keeffe / Stories from Abiquiu with Margaret Wood / 2012 Abiquiu Lecture Series @ The Abiquiu Inn / September 6th, 2012

Remembering Miss O’Keeffe / Stories from Abiquiu with Margaret Wood / 2012 Abiquiu Lecture Series @ The Abiquiu Inn / September 6th, 2012

October 4th “Painting with reference to William Blake” Painting from Myth of the Physic – By Alexandra Eldridge Lecture w/ – image presentation Reservations: Please call the Abiquiu Inn to make reservations for each lecture, for the seating capacity is limited. Phone: 505-685.4378 Website : http://www.abiquiuinn.com Website : http://abiquiuworkshops.com [si-contact-form...

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The Ins and Outs of Independent Publishing with Cindy Bellinger / July 14th, 2012

The Ins and Outs of Independent Publishing with Cindy Bellinger / July 14th, 2012

People who want to publish their own books will learn the fundamentals of getting a book published. Book design elements, finding distribution networks, the necessity of editing, and acquiring an ISBN are all covered. Formatting ebooks will also be addressed. Create a personal production schedule and define marketing strategies. Cindy Bellinger is on the board of the New Mexico Book Association and has walked the talk. Saturday, 9 a.m. to noon, July 14, 1 day. Course #CO379 01/CRN 10655...

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Confluence: Patterns in Poetry, Mathematics and Nature / July 17th, 2012

Confluence: Patterns in Poetry, Mathematics and Nature / July 17th, 2012

Nature often provides templates for patterns and symmetry. Poets, artists, mathematicians and scientists, in turn, illuminate these patterns and symmetric forms. In this series of collaborative and lively lectures and workshops we will discuss patterns and symmetries found in Nature, how they have been adopted and adapted by poets and artists, and familiarize ourselves with examples given from traditional poetic forms, such as the sestina and sonnet, and the modern form of fractal poetry....

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Confluence: Patterns in Poetry, Mathematics and Nature / June 23, 2012

Confluence: Patterns in Poetry, Mathematics and Nature / June 23, 2012

Nature often provides templates for patterns and symmetry. Poets, artists, mathematicians and scientists, in turn, illuminate these patterns and symmetric forms. In this series of collaborative and lively lectures and workshops we will discuss patterns and symmetries found in Nature, how they have been adopted and adapted by poets and artists, and familiarize ourselves with examples given from traditional poetic forms, such as the sestina and sonnet, and the modern form of fractal poetry....

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Poetry and the Earth with Robert Francis “Mudman” Johnson / June 23rd, 2012

Poetry and the Earth with Robert Francis “Mudman” Johnson / June 23rd, 2012

Many traditional peoples believe memory is contained in the Earth.{as I do} Their myths and stories are nature based. Our culture has by and large lost this connection. In a playful collaborative atmosphere we will play in the earth and explore our creativity with the earth included in our process. I have a special idea which includes play and paradox to solve problems in our world, and hopefully inspire your writing, prose or poetry or journaling. “In the earth there is a soul and you...

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The Ethics of Nature with Jane Shoenfeld’s Art Adventures in the Southwest / Saturday June 16th, 2012

The Ethics of Nature with Jane Shoenfeld’s Art Adventures in the Southwest / Saturday June 16th, 2012

Content will focus on processes and cycles in nature and the environment, which illuminate the processes in the therapeutic relationship and other important relationships. Using expressive writing, mixed media art and collage, We will explore ethical dilemmas, right action and personal and professional ethics through expressive art and writing. Jane is a licensed art therapist and this workshop is approved for six ceu’s for counselors, art therapists and social workshers. She has been...

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Publishing Your Book: And Doing It Yourself with Cindy Bellinger / August 11th, 2012

Publishing Your Book: And Doing It Yourself with Cindy Bellinger / August 11th, 2012

No matter the publishing goals — from back-of-the-room sales to mass market fiction — students will learn the necessary steps required in the publishing process: copyediting, getting forewords and blurbs, buying ISBNs and barcodes, and designing the interior and cover of a book. In this hands-on workshop, students will create a personalized production schedule with defined marketing strategies for print and online promotion; learn about distribution, ways to format manuscripts for e-books, and...

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Poetry Launch, with Santa Fe Poet Laureate Joan Logghe / July 21, 2012

Poetry Launch, with Santa Fe Poet Laureate Joan Logghe / July 21, 2012

Learn how the language of poetry can naturally lead writers of all genres into language that is precise, imagistic, and vivid. The workshop will give participants an opportunity to play with poetics, building unique and compelling images, condensing for greater effect, and more. Joan Logghe has been an integral part of New Mexico’s Poetry Renaissance. A life in poetry began for Logghe when she volunteered at her children’s school thirty years ago. She has taught at Ghost Ranch Abiquiu,...

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The Writer’s Sacred Journey: Find and Write a Compelling Story with Kate Horsley / July 28th, 2012

The Writer’s Sacred Journey: Find and Write a Compelling Story with Kate Horsley / July 28th, 2012

Explore inner and outer sources of inspiration and material for writing by combining brief meditation and guided imagery. Students will travel figuratively to different times and cultures to find what inspires us most, taking full advantage of the present moment to produce pieces of short writing. The emphasis will be on going beyond the ego’s agenda to a deeper place where writing is a powerful gift to others. Kate Horsley found that every event in her life was marked by a book....

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Cancelled / Create Compelling Characters with Julie Shigekuni / August 4th, 2012

Cancelled / Create Compelling Characters with Julie Shigekuni / August 4th, 2012

Cancelled At the root of any good story is a compelling character. Whether you like the character or not, it is imperative that you have a strong feeling for it. Learn how to develop complex characters. For this intensive students should bring a sample of their work-in-progress and we’ll examine it alongside published stories by authors who have created memorable characters. Julie Shigekuni, award-winning novelist, short story writer, and documentary filmmaker, recently completed work on So...

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Writing a book?: ABCs of Market Analysis and Promotion with Shirley Raye Redmond / July 7, 2012

Writing a book?: ABCs of Market Analysis and Promotion with Shirley Raye Redmond / July 7, 2012

Writing a book can be tough. Convincing a New York editor to buy it is tougher. Selling 100,000 copies is tougher still. The workshop introduces students to the intricacies of market analysis and dispels well-circulated myths about successful book promotion. Using hands-on exercises and discussion topics, Redmond shows participants how to develop a marketing plan that will convince an editor to publish their book and how to sell more than 100,000 copies of that book without hiring a publicist....

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Writing Your Life Through the Lens of Food with Deborah Madison / July 14, 2012

Writing Your Life Through the Lens of Food with Deborah Madison / July 14, 2012

Learn the simple rules of writing recipes, from fundamentals to head notes, the best part of a recipe. This workshop delves into the details of food writing to encourage students to compile a cookbook for family and friends and include a memoir of their personal experiences that they would like to share. Deborah Madison had farms and food in her sights from the start. Since her years at Greens restaurant in the Bay Area, she has been largely known as a cook, writer, writing teacher, and...

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Your Work in Progress: Make Your Manuscript Better with Sandi Ault / May 5, 2012

Your Work in Progress: Make Your Manuscript Better with Sandi Ault / May 5, 2012

For this highly interactive workshop, writers will bring works in progress for critique, and incorporate the suggestions to improve, polish, and perfect the piece. Over-writing, under-writing, word choice, active voice, pacing, character development, and plotting will be discussed. Learn from each other as well as Ault, use what you learn immediately in class, and watch your writing and that of your colleagues improve during the course of the day. Bring a two-to-three sentence...

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Travel Writing and Blogging for Fun and Profit, with Lesley King / May 19th, 2012

Travel Writing and Blogging for Fun and Profit, with Lesley King / May 19th, 2012

Whether your travels take you around the globe or on short day trips, combining travel writing and blogging can be both fun and profitable. Blogging is much like being a magazine columnist with the freedom to be your own publisher. Discover how blogging can help you find or refine your subject, build a following, and create a book. King teaches how to use imagery and metaphor to make your writing enticing and impactful. Learn how to set up your blog and avoid crucial mistakes, publicize it,...

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Odes & Offerings: Final Reading with Joan Logghe / June 8th, 2012

Odes & Offerings: Final Reading with Joan Logghe / June 8th, 2012

An Odes & Offerings Event Final Reading – June 8, Friday, 5-7 pm – Poet Laureate, Joan Logghe reads from a collection of her poems penned during her service as the City of Santa Fe’s Poet Laureate. A collaborative exhibit featuring the work of visual artists asked to incorporate the words of select poets in their work. Connect, consider and consume art at the Community Gallery. Residents and visitors are invited to participate in FREE hands-on-workshops and observe...

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Odes & Offerings: Poetry Reading II / May 23rd, 2012

Odes & Offerings: Poetry Reading II / May 23rd, 2012

An Odes & Offerings Event “Odes & Offerings” Poetry Reading II – May 23, Wednesday, 6-8 pm – Participating poets read from their work.  Poets include: Tommy Archuleta, Debbi Brody, Witter Bynner read by Joan Logghe, Lauren Camp, Jenice Gharib, Michelle Holland, Dana Levin, Jane Lipman, Mary Morris, Stella Reed, Barbra Robidoux, Barbara Rockman, Henry Shukman, Charles Trumbull A collaborative exhibit featuring the work of visual artists asked to incorporate the words of...

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Odes & Offerings: Visual Arts Workshop with Suzanne Vilmain / May 19th, 2012

Odes & Offerings: Visual Arts Workshop with Suzanne Vilmain / May 19th, 2012

An Odes & Offerings Event Visual Arts Workshop with Suzanne Vilmain – May 19, Saturday, 1-3 pm – 5 Folds Towards a Book is a two hour workshop that will engage participants to crease and fold their way to create a book-art piece that transforms the two-dimensional word into a three-dimensional work of art. A collaborative exhibit featuring the work of visual artists asked to incorporate the words of select poets in their work. Connect, consider and consume art at the Community...

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Odes & Offerings: Poetry Reading / May 16th, 2012

Odes & Offerings: Poetry Reading / May 16th, 2012

An Odes & Offerings Event “Odes & Offerings” Poetry Reading - May 16, Wednesday, 6-8 pm – Participating poets read from their work.  Poets include: Catherine Ferguson, Phil Geronimo, Renée Gregorio, Kathamann, Piper Leigh, Donald Levering, Joan Logghe, James McGrath, Mary McGinnis, Carol Moldaw, Elizabeth Raby, Miriam Sagan, Lorraine Schecter, Anne-Valley-Fox, Cynthia Wes A collaborative exhibit featuring the work of visual artists asked to incorporate the words of select poets...

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Odes & Offerings: Visual Arts Workshop with Sabra Moore / May 5th, 2012

Odes & Offerings: Visual Arts Workshop with Sabra Moore / May 5th, 2012

An Odes & Offerings Event Visual Arts Workshop with Sabra Moore – May 5, Saturday 12-2 pm – Art Working with Words, a two hour workshop to produce small works on paper, wood or other media that incorporate words into visual imagery. A collaborative exhibit featuring the work of visual artists asked to incorporate the words of select poets in their work. Connect, consider and consume art at the Community Gallery. Residents and visitors are invited to participate in FREE...

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Odes & Offerings: Poetry Workshop with Joan Logghe / April 28th, 2012

Odes & Offerings: Poetry Workshop with Joan Logghe / April 28th, 2012

An Odes & Offerings Event Poetry Workshop with Joan Logghe – April 28, Saturday, 12-4 pm – In a four hour workshop opportunity, City of Santa Fe’s Poet Laureate will walk participants through the creative writing process inspired by the works of art featured in the Odes & Offerings exhibit   A collaborative exhibit featuring the work of visual artists asked to incorporate the words of select poets in their work. Connect, consider and consume art at the Community Gallery....

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Odes & Offerings: Words Away / Friday, April 27th, 2012

Odes & Offerings: Words Away / Friday, April 27th, 2012

An Odes & Offerings Event Words Away – April 27, Friday, 6 pm -Three Santa Fe Poets Laureate, Joan Logghe, Valerie Martinez & Arthur Sze. Where: New Mexico History Museum Auditorium, Free admission A collaborative exhibit featuring the work of visual artists asked to incorporate the words of select poets in their work. Connect, consider and consume art at the Community Gallery. Residents and visitors are invited to participate in FREE hands-on-workshops and observe...

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Odes & Offerings Exhibit Opening / Who will be Santa Fe’s next Poet Laureate?

Odes & Offerings Exhibit Opening / Who will be Santa Fe’s next Poet Laureate?

The City of Santa Fe Arts Commission is currently accepting nominations for the 2012-2014 Poet Laureate. Any member of the community may nominate a poet. The deadline is 5 PM on Thursday, April 26, 2012. More information and nomination materials are available here or call (505) 955-6707  Odes & Offerings Exhibit Grand Opening @ City of Santa Fe Community Gallery - 201 West Marcy Street (intersection of Marcy & Sheridan) A collaborative exhibit featuring the work of visual artists asked...

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The Healing Word: Coming Home to Your Heart and Soul through Poetry Workshop / Starts April 14th, 2012

The Healing Word: Coming Home to Your Heart and Soul through Poetry Workshop / Starts April 14th, 2012

How long has it been since you came home to yourself? This workshop will help you to discover (or rediscover!) your own voice and hidden depths. Poetry has the capacity to gently guide us back to our most authentic selves, our most intimate questions, concerns and longings. It can help us to fathom our experience and distill it into something meaningful, making us more present and alive to the moment. Using poetic devices such as metaphor, image, line, sound, and symbol, we can unlock new ways...

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Sacred Ways of the Goddess: Belly Dance and Ecstatic Poetry Circle / Starts April 15th, 2012

Sacred Ways of the Goddess: Belly Dance and Ecstatic Poetry Circle / Starts April 15th, 2012

Belly dance exalts the sacred feminine and connects mind, heart and body in ways that bring fresh life and vigor to the soul. In this workshop we will attune to Love, longing and passionate embodiment through the practices of sensuous sacred movement (belly dance) and the sharing of ecstatic spiritual and love poetry—two modes of expression sacred to the Goddess. Delve into your deep feminine nature and connect with other women in a playful, supportive and inspiring circle. No experience...

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Writing the Family with Claudette E. Sutton / Feb. 4th, 2012

Writing the Family with Claudette E. Sutton / Feb. 4th, 2012

Every family has stories. Whether we write for publication, for a family gift or simply for ourselves, we all experience an innate urge to share stories. This class will provide a supportive setting in which new writers and “non-writers” will learn to hear their authentic writing voice and find the heart of their story. Claudette E. Sutton has been the editor and publisher of Tumbleweeds Newspaper for Santa Fe Families for the past 10 years. Saturday, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., Feb. 4, 1 day. Course...

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Haiku Poems with Marcia Davis / March 31, 2012

Haiku Poems with Marcia Davis / March 31, 2012

Haiku — it’s more than five-seven-five. The traditional haiku verse involves an aspect of nature or the seasons. Students will create haiku poems using prompts provided by the instructor. Join poet Marcia Davis for this brief and fun workshop. Davis graduated from the University of Colorado with a major in English. Saturday, 9 a.m. to noon, March 31, 1 day. Course #CO312 01/CRN 31201 Marcia Davis, Fee $35 SFCC has one of the longest-running creative writing programs in the region. Our...

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Spring Festival of the Arts at Ghost Ranch / March 12-25, 2012 in Abiquiu, New Mexico

Spring Festival of the Arts at Ghost Ranch / March 12-25, 2012 in Abiquiu, New Mexico

Creative juices are flowing at Ghost Ranch for two weeks in March at the annual Spring Festival of the Arts. Classes in silk painting, papermaking, building birdhouses, weaving, beading, writing, photography, jewelry making, painting, stone carving, landscape drawing and artistic welding are all offered on the land that inspired the art of Georgia O’Keeffe. Classes are held March 12-25. Students can sign up for one week at a time or for both weeks. In addition to traditional art classes,...

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Writing the Family with Claudette Sutton / Feb. 4th, 2012 (1day)

Writing the Family with Claudette Sutton / Feb. 4th, 2012 (1day)

Every family has stories. Whether we write for publication, for a family gift or simply for ourselves, we all experience an innate urge to share stories. This class will provide a supportive setting in which new writers and “non-writers” will learn to hear their authentic writing voice and find the heart of their story. Claudette E. Sutton has been the editor and publisher of Tumbleweeds Newspaper for Santa Fe Families for the past 10 years. Saturday, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., Feb. 4, 1 day. Course...

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Create Haiku Poems with poet Marcia Davis / March 31st, 2012 (1day)

Create Haiku Poems with poet Marcia Davis / March 31st, 2012 (1day)

Haiku — it’s more than five-seven-five. The traditional haiku verse involves an aspect of nature or the seasons. Students will create haiku poems using prompts provided by the instructor. Join poet Marcia Davis for this brief and fun workshop. Davis graduated from the University of Colorado with a major in English. Saturday, 9 a.m. to noon, March 31, 1 day. Course #CO312 01/CRN 31201 Marcia Davis, Fee $35...

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Visit Santa Fe this Spring ! Visual, Nature, and Travel Journaling Packages with Lisa de St. Croix / March 2012

Visit Santa Fe this Spring ! Visual, Nature, and Travel Journaling Packages with Lisa de St. Croix / March 2012

DIY Santa Fe – 2012 Spring Break Package features exclusive lodging savings of 20% on the Inn’s accommodations during the entire month of March, 2012. Guests book their hotel accommodations directly with the Inn and Spa at Loretto at our Reservations Toll Free phone number: 866-582-1646 or online. Guests reserve all DIY workshops and classes directly through the artist of interest. It is recommended that you contact the artist prior to booking your room reservation to ensure class...

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