SANTA FE – Overwhelmed by New York’s brutal auditions, Albuquerque mezzo-soprano Denise Wernly quit singing for a year and a half and came home to the mountains.
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Event uses positive stories to encourage youth, increase Native presence
John Benjamin Hickey has stepped back in time.
Allan Houser’s legacy lives on in a cascade of Native American sculptors who took chisel to stone to free the figure within.
A 16-year (“maybe a few more”) volunteer at the Contemporary Hispanic Market, Tony Fernandez had been helping other artists for years before the thought finally hit him that, well, maybe he could create some art himself.
Rising stars give voice to the Festival of Song
Welcome to Los Alamos. Circa 1942.
TAOS – Fred Harvey’s promotional savvy did more to popularize the West than Gene Autry or John Wayne combined.
Along with the Contemporary Hispanic Market mentioned on this page, of course there will be the far bigger and more traditional Spanish Market, one of the summer’s major events in Santa Fe.
New study reports on impact of state incentive
An epic slice of Chinese history blossoms into a universal love story
Tattoos ripple and vine down Andrew Montoya’s arms, unspooling in symbols and signposts like the imagery he carves.