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"Musicians," a 1965 ceramic sculpture by Jos Antonio da Silva, will be part of the "Brasil and Arte Popular" exhibit opening Nov. 17 at the Museum of International Folk Art. (Courtesy of Museum Of International Folk Art)

Exhibits extraordinaire

By Emily Van Cleve / For the Journal

Fascinating items from permanent collections and recent acquisitions are on display at museums throughout Santa Fe this winter.

Los Alamos County Ice Rink offers public skating daily, but remember to dress warmly. (Courtesy of Los Alamos County Ice Rink)

Skating, stories and more

By Emily Van Cleve / For the Journal

There are many opportunities for indoor and outdoor family fun in northern New Mexico during the winter months and a wide range of activities that children, parents and grandparents can enjoy doing together.

The New Mexico Museum of Art in Santa Fe is built in the Pueblo Revival style. (Journal)

Snapshot: Santa Fe

By Journal Staff

Santa Fe has long been “the City Different” — a small city with a big presence on the international art… more »

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Snapshot: Roswell UFO Festival

By Journal Staff

Every July, up to 10,000 visitors don alien attire and head to the Roswell UFO Festival, which kicked off in… more »

A bull snake welcomes brave visitors to the American International Rattlesnake Museum.(Journal File)

Museums around the area offer more than art

By Patricia Gabbett Snow / For the Journal after the balloons

Whether capping off a mass ascension morning or bowing to Mother Nature’s inevitable windy or rainy …

Hammel Museum

By El Defensor Chieftain staff

The Hammel Brewery and Museum, formerly known as the Illinois Brewing Company, was built in the early 1880s. It was… more »


San Miguel Mission

By El Defensor Chieftain staff

Founded by two Franciscan priests traveling with Don Juan de Oñate in 1598, the historic church now known as San… more »