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Recent articles by Kathaleen:

516 ARTS names first Native American curator

Gallup-born Rachelle B. Pablo (Diné) holds a master's degree in art history from the University of Delaware. → Read More

Virgil Ortiz named the 2022 MIAC Living Treasure

The Cochiti Pueblo artist is known for combining fantastical imagery with traditional clay methods. → Read More

Opera Southwest announces 2022-23 season

Opera Southwest will celebrate its 50th anniversary wrapped in a season of classic, comic and resurrected operas. → Read More

Performance Santa Fe season kicks off July 31

Twenty-six performances of music, dance and theater will take the stage with the opening of the 2022-23 Performance Santa Fe season beginning July 31. Pianist Hélène Grimaud, The Boston Camerata, cellist Alisa Weilerstein, Ensemble Basiani, lutenist Thomas Dunford, “Late Night with Leonard Bernstein,” Academy of St. Martin in the Fields Wind Ensemble, The Tallis Scholars, […] → Read More

Classical duo Igudesman & Joo to perform at the Lensic on May 5

The classical duo Igudesman & Joo will perform at Santa Fe’s Lensic Performing Arts Center, 211 W. San Francisco St. at 7:30 p.m. Thursday, May 5. Tickets are $35 to $59 and available online at Lensic.org, by phone at 505-988-1234, or in person at the Lensic Community Box Office. Violinist Aleksey Igudesman and pianist Hyung-ki […] → Read More

Santa Fe Women's Ensemble to perform 'Songs of the Magnificent Creation'

'The Raney Songs' by NM composer Linda Rice Beck part of the program. → Read More

Adobe Theater brings 'Driving Miss Daisy' to the stage

Pulitzer Prize-winning play will run weekends from Friday, April 29 to May 22. → Read More

IAIA begins collaboration with CalArts

Santa Fe’s Institute of American Indian Arts has formed a new partnership with the California Institute of the Arts. The partnership will allow the schools to collaborate and influence each other through student and faculty exchanges. “CalArts is at the beginning of a process of Indigenization, and we’re looking to IAIA for how to best […] → Read More

Chanticleer to perform in Santa Fe on May 7

San Francisco-based Grammy Award-winning Chanticleer will perform at Santa Fe’s Cathedral Basilica of St. Francis of Assisi, 131 Cathedral Place, at 7:30 p.m. Thursday, May 5. The singers will perform the newly-commissioned piece “Beauty of the Day” from composer Nico Muhly. Praised by the San Francisco Chronicle for its “tonal luxuriance and crisply etched clarity,” […] → Read More

Canyon Road spring art festival to take place May 7

In celebration of Canyon Road’s decades-rich live art scene, dozens of artists working in every imaginable media will provide an unprecedented view of their creative processes at the Ninth Annual Canyon Road Spring Art Festival from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Saturday, May 7. According to organizers, galleries will present an array of new […] → Read More

ABQ Open Space Visitor Center hosts 'Across the Board'

Artist Mary Lambert will show her work “Across the Board: Intersecting with Nature” at the ABQ Open Space Visitor Center through July 2. Lambert uses the game board motif to explore our interconnectedness with all things and the possible impact that human involvement has on environment and all levels of nature. “We know that the […] → Read More

Santa Fe Opera to host storytellers camp in Santa Fe, Albuquerque

The Santa Fe Opera will host its storytellers summer camp series in both Albuquerque and Santa Fe in June. Campers should be entering grades 3 through 6 during the 2022-2023 school year. Albuquerque campers will meet at the University of New Mexico Center for the Arts in Popejoy Hall on June 13-17. Santa Fe campers […] → Read More

Artist weaves mosaic, architecture and light into works open to all

'Mysterious Inner Worlds' is Anila Quayyum Agha's first solo exhibition at the UNM Art Museum → Read More

Panaceas of the past

Photography exhibit looks at the history of NM's hot springs as places of healing → Read More

NM Gay Men's Chorus to highlight mental health in 'You Are Enough' concert

Forty-five singers will perform a three-movement suite for tenor/bass choirs called 'You Are Enough' by the New York-based composer Aron Accurso. → Read More

Bowing out on a legendary violin

Retiring concertmaster to give final NM Philharmonic performance playing 1712 'Le Brun' Stradivarius → Read More

'Honky Tonk Hissy Fit' to hit the Adobe Theater stage March 18

Beginning on July 22, the Adobe will stage 'The Sweet Delilah Swim Club,' another 'Doublewide' sequel. → Read More

Artist transforms loss, light into dreamscapes

Russian-born Albuquerque artist Julia Lambright sometimes uses Russian iconography in her work. → Read More

A look at the early, intimate works of photographer Ansel Adams

'Ansel Adams: Pure Photography' reveals this more subtle imagery through 16 prints from the New Mexico Museum of Art's collection, augmented by t... → Read More

Opera 'Frida' looks at poignant moments in the life of the artist

Librettists could pen an opera about Frida Kahlo at virtually any period of her turbulent life.< ... → Read More