FOOD & DRINK
Five Things to Do This Weekend
Sip and savor at Cocktail Week, catch Rod S. Hubble's retrospective exhibition, dance the night away celebrating Pride Month, honor late artist Elmer Schooley, see origami-inspired sculptures. 1 Sip and savor. New Mexico Cocktail Week kicks off this weekend with an abundance of frothy events, including Saturday’s sold-out Taco Wars,...
Santa Fe Artists Market returns
ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (KRQE) – The Santa Fe Artists Market is now hosting its 14th season, this is a nonprofit organization that provides a venue for local juried artists to sell their fine art and crafts in one of Santa Fe’s most popular locations. Tourists from across the country...
Rail Runner passengers can see Shakespeare excerpts while traveling between ABQ and Santa Fe
ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (KRQE) – Your trip to Santa Fe can be a little more magical this June. After a two-year hiatus, “Shakespeare on the Rails” is back. On select train rides during June, passengers can see performances of excerpts from Shakespeare’s plays. The performances take place on the bottom level of the southernmost passenger car. Local actors […]
Not Just One-nighters on Summer Tour
We've rounded up the best of New Mexico performances this year by touring performers and local entertainers alike. New acts were being added at press time, so check these venues and promoters for additional shows and other changes. Music. Locally grown AMP Concerts has a number of artists coming our...
House Call: Shoring Up—and Unbuttoning—One of the Most Historic Casitas in Galisteo, New Mexico
Dani Brubaker spotted artist Patricia Larsen’s handmade interiors here on Remodelista and on Instagram, and recognized a kindred spirit. Patricia specializes in using salvaged materials: she creates rather than buys what she needs, and likes her rooms to have an unbuttoned look. “Her work is very raw, it’s emotional, and she has this tendency to stop before it’s perfect,” says Dani admiringly. “I emulated her style before we met.”
Can Artists Channel the Force of Water?
SANTA FE — The 1,900 miles, give or take, of the Rio Grande run from Colorado into the Gulf of Mexico, crossing the length of New Mexico and tracing the US/Mexico border. The river is a vital water source in this arid and semi-arid region; it is also a dynamic site of cultural ties and political interests.
Prairie Dog Glass is Heating Things Up
Once you’ve stocked your home bar with intriguing local spirits, you’ll need some impressive cocktail vessels. Get crafty and make your own at Prairie Dog Glass, just inside Jackalope in Santa Fe. Owner Patrick Morrissey founded Prairie Dog Glass 18 years ago, along with a glassblowing program for his students at the Institute of American Indian Arts and Santa Fe Community College. Drop by and you can interact with various glass artists who rent space or teach at Prairie Dog Glass. Even better: Take a hands-on, one-hour supervised glassblowing workshop to create your own stemless wine glass or tall Collins glass. (Morrissey says that since stems and handles break off too easily, he recommends focusing on something that will last for years.) “When you’re blowing a piece of glass with your friends, it’s a creative diary,” he explains. “You’re creating a memory.” Reservations are encouraged. Students as young as five can participate.
Now on Display at Meyer Gallery Santa Fe
When it comes to art galleries, Meyer Gallery Santa Fe on the world-famous Canyon Road is a major art destination for collectors and admirers alike. With a growing selection of some of the finest representational art available anywhere by 70 masters of the form, Meyer Gallery Santa Fe sparkles like a jewel in the crown of top Santa Fe art galleries.
Castles, Ruins and Mysteries V
The fifth edition of SFR’s “Castles, Ruins and Mysteries” flings readers into the outer realms of the region to the north and south of Santa Fe, opens the doors to a repurposed government building toward the edge of the city limits and strikes into the heart of downtown with a last look at an old grocery store.
Cucumber Rolls Stuffed with Goat Cheese
Cucumber rolls are the logical outcome of a lively Saturday morning visit to the Santa Fe Farmers’ Market, which showcases a vibrant array of produce from all around Northern New Mexico. Photographer Doug Merriam is usually on hand to sell his book, Farm Fresh Journey: Santa Fe Farmer’s Market Cookbook.
Amber Dawn Bear Robe
Giving the audience an experience they can not find anywhere else – curator of the Indigenous fashion show at the Santa Fe Indian Market, Amber Dawn Bear Robe’s mission is to establish a platform for Native fashion and designers. THE DAYTON CONTEMPORARY DANCE COMPANY. Rooted in the civil...
SFR Picks—week of May 31
We—and probably you, too—have a weird subconscious block around any museums that aren’t specifically contemporary which leads us to assume all work inside was made by people who’ve long since passed. So every time we saw that gorgeous Hannya mask that serves as cover image for the Museum of International Folk Art’s Yōkai: Ghosts & Demons of Japan exhibit and accompanying monograph, we assumed it must be old enough that the artist’s name probably wouldn’t even be available. How wrong we were. Ichiyu Terai-san is alive and well, and he’s coming to Santa Fe.
SITE Santa Fe Opens Bruce Nauman’s First Solo Exhibition in New Mexico
SITE Santa Fe presents internationally renowned artist Bruce Nauman’s first solo exhibition in New Mexico, His Mark, running through September 11. The show features a collection of new and recent video installations, including never-before-shown self-portrait work and 3D video. Since the 1960s, Bruce Nauman’s work has questioned the very...
Beer Notes: More Crushies for 2 local breweries, QC wins Down Under and more
It has been busy with all the events lately coming right on the heels of the World Beer Cup and Craft Brewers Conference, so we missed a few items of note. For instance, Second Street and Steel Bender combined to win five Crushies at the Craft Beer Marketing Awards, which were also announced during CBC.
3 Questions with Musician Lyra Muse
Though Santa Fe-based musician Lyra Muse has a degree in violin from Ohio State University in her home state and an enduring thirst for the mechanics of music, the songs from her forthcoming debut solo EP, Grounded, are really more about experimentation and feel. Song elements come to her, she says, and through a combination of instrumentation and computer witchery, she brings them to a place that’s a little bit goth, a little bit dancey and a whole lot vulnerable. It’s a long story that brought Muse from Ohio to Santa Fe, but the broad strokes involve pianos and violins, schooling, travel to Japan, busking, college audio classes, relocation to New Mexico in 2019 and a sort of musical partnership with late Meow Wolf co-founder Matt King that ignited in Muse a borderline need to create. Through the pandemic, Muse honed her sound into a semi-dark and introspective melange of looped effects and tracks, numerous pedals and vocals, and she’s finally ready to release to the public on Friday, June 2 (lyramuse.bandcamp.com). We stopped by Muse’s home studio to chat. This interview has been edited for length and clarity.
The Week Ahead in Beer: Behold the beautiful insanity of the Brewathlon
Sometimes breweries come up with events that one could consider genius, or insanity. The Brewathlon is a little of both, in our opinion. This new event from Brew Lab 101, benefiting R4 Creating in Rio Rancho, will take place this Saturday from 3 to 6 p.m. You can sign up here for all four events, or just one. Basically, it combines four favorite drinking games — flip cup, pong, quarters, cornhole — into a team competition. Grab your friends, sign up, and head on over there to see if you can beat the brewery’s team at what they hope will become an annual event.
NM – Winona Forever Signing
Writer Shawn Patrick Boyd and Artist Elijah Henry appear from Noon-6 PM on Saturday, June 3rd to sign WINONA FOREVER.
The #1 Southern restaurant in Santa Fe, according to Yelp—plus, see the runners-up
Stacker compiled a list of the highest-rated Southern restaurants in Santa Fe using data from Yelp.
A Night of Diverse Chamber Music: Amy Beach, Tchaikovsky, and Julian Orbon
The "Evening Concert" on WILL-FM 90.9 features Amy Beach's "Piano Quintet" from Santa Fe at 6:00 pm, followed by Tchaikovsky's "Piano Trio in A Minor" from Lincoln Center at 7:00 pm and music of Julian Orbon on "Fiesta" at 8:00 pm.
Santa Fe nonprofit brings yoga, meditation and mindfulness into NM women’s prison
Moths flutter around as the sun streams through the windows of an old basketball court with wooden bleachers and tiled walls. Six women in orange or green jumpsuits lay out yoga mats, blocks and bolster pillows and set their shoes aside. They come to the class three times a week, where a correctional officer looks on as Phoenix Savage leads them in a stretch as the first of frequent announcements blares over an intercom.
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