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Past articles by Kathaleen:

Harwood exhibit looks at the overlooked history of the Black cowboy

The Harwood Museum of Art's exhibition "Outriders: Legacy of the Black Cowboy" explores this history through photographs and contemporary art. → Read More

Guitarist Ottmar Liebert bringing his unique blend of music to Popejoy

Ottmar Liebert and his band Luna Negra will perform with the New Mexico Philharmonic at Popejoy Hall on Saturday, March 11. → Read More

Santa Fe Opera dives into the value for its costume sale March 11

The Santa Fe Opera costume sale is allowing patrons to come Stieren Hall from afternoon of March 11 on a first-come, first-served basis. → Read More

Grant to allow Georgia O'Keeffe's home to host children's tours

Thanks to a grant from the National Trust for Historic Preservation, Georgia O'Keeffe's home will be open for field trips for students → Read More

Albuquerque Museum purchases of five new works, plus prints and photographs

The new artwork at Albuquerque Museum includes sculptures, textiles and a piece by Pulitzer Prize winning composer Raven Chacon. → Read More

Magician Jordan Jonas brings card tricks, mind reading and more to Fusion

Albuquerque magician Jordan Jonas brings his brand of psychic ability, sideshow stunts and storytelling to Fusion on Saturday, Feb. 11. → Read More

Opera Southwest’s holiday adventure to feature four prestigious singers

Music fans can toast the New Year with arias and ensembles with Opera Southwest on Saturday, Dec. 31 at the National Hispanic Cultural Center. → Read More

Countertenor Anthony Roth Costanzo returns to Santa Fe to perform Gershwin tunes

Countertenor Anthony Roth Costanzo is returning to celebrate New Year's Eve at the Lensic Performing Arts Center. → Read More

Santero Nícolas Otero is chosen to participate in Smithsonian Folklife Festival in Washington, D.C.

Nícolas Otero time travels through wood, paint and adobe. A santero since 16, he will show work at the Smithsonian Folklife Festival. → Read More

Meet these 2 native New Mexico dancers who won accolades as 'changemakers'

They advanced through a seven-month review process and were selected from 413 initial applicants across the U.S. → Read More

Over 100 NM artists and crafts people to be featured between two Santa Fe events

The SFCC fair will be in the main hallway and Campus Center, and IAIA event will be in the Performing Arts and Fitness Center. → Read More

Santa Fe Opera wins international recognition as ‘Festival of the Year’

The Santa Fe Opera has won "Festival of the Year" at the International Opera Awards, a major event held in Madrid, Spain. → Read More

Feather a nest: Home gifts range from practical to ornamental to comforting

Area shops carry gifts to complement that living space, with prices ranging from the budget-minded to the extravagant. → Read More

For Elizabeth Kirk and her father Michael, crafting jewelry is a family affair

Elizabeth Kirk credits growing up watching her father mold, incise and polish jewelry with jump-starting her own career. → Read More

Traditional Spanish Market Artist Show to feature a plethora of award-winning artists

Traditional Spanish Market show will take place Thanksgiving weekend, Nov. 26-27 at the Santa Fe Community Convention Center. → Read More

2022 Governor’s Awards for Excellence in the Arts recipients named

The New Mexico Department of Cultural Affairs and New Mexico Arts have named artists for the 2022 Governor's Awards for Excellence in the Arts → Read More

Three exhibits at Albuquerque Museum are inspired by Thomas Cole

Three new exhibits at Albuquerque Museum are inspired by the father of American landscape painting, Thomas Cole. → Read More

One-man show speaks out against censorship and oppression

Writer and performer Bremner Fletcher Duthie stars in the one-man show " '33 (a kabarett)" at Fusion beginning Friday, Oct. 21. → Read More

'Blood Knot' looks a two brothers' conflicts in Apartheid-ruled South Africa

"Blood Knot," opening Oct. 21, is a parable of two bothers sharing a one-room shack near "colored" section of Port Elizabeth, South Africa. → Read More

Opera Southwest brings the iconic masked vigilante 'Zorro' to the stage

On Oct. 23, "Zorro" sweeps into Albuquerque in an Opera Southwest world premiere. The piece is penned by composer Hector Armienta. → Read More