The Placitas Artists Series is calling for New Mexico artists and craftspeople age 18 and older for a one-month exhibit between September 2015 and May 2016.
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SANTA FE – Artists have flocked to New Mexico’s kaleidoscope of color and light for generations.
Jesús Muñoz is always looking for something different. A way to grow. A way to present something differently.
When it came time to decide whether to play in a symphony or an ensemble, the members of the Brentano String Quartet drew from the heart.
One of the great Classical interpreters, pianist András Schiff (now Sir András), took the stage of the Lensic Performing Arts Center on Tuesday night.
Fans of the “Manhattan” television series have something else to check out while waiting for the show’s second season (filmed in and around Santa Fe, and set to hit cable TV in April).
An inspiration of a high school teacher in Maryland decades ago may have planted the seed that is in full bloom this weekend and next at Teatro Paraguas.
Locals can become part of the “Je Suis” free speech groundswell with an exhibit opening tonight by political cartoonist Issa Nyaphaga.
Bucking the cliché that a picture is worth a thousand words, artists and poets are coming together at Vivo Contemporary to demonstrate how words can be used to enhance an image.
Life on the road has changed for Brian Greenway.
The folk duo Hungrytown – Rebecca Hall and Ken Anderson – figure it’s their destiny to perform in out-of-the-way places.
Robert Cray is waiting for some down time to write music.