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Tue, Dec 6 '16
Santa Fe NM
SITE Scholars Inauguration
The SITE Scholar Program is an initiative to honor college and graduate level creative students in the community. Founded with the goal to increase student participation in the museum and contemporary art world, this program enables students to enrich their educational experience. Comprised of top students from The Santa Fe University of Art and Design, the University of New Mexico, the Institute of American Indian Arts, the Santa Fe Community College, St John’s College, and Highlands University, these nominated students are recognized by SITE Santa Fe as high achieving leaders within their schools.
Santa Fe Performing Arts School & Co / Armory for the Arts
1050 Old Pecos Trail
Wed, Dec 7 '16
Santa Fe NM
Breakfast With O¹Keeffe: Feminist Intersections & Openings
Lucy R. Lippard and Sabra Moore discuss women¹s shared history and experiences that Moore describes in her book Openings: A Memoir from the Women¹s Art Movement, New York City, 1970­1992, and how that period of activism continues to inform women¹s present lives. Cost: $15, includes Museum admission; Members, free. Location: Museum Education Annex, 123 Grant Avenue, Santa Fe, NM.
Georgia O'Keeffe Museum Education Annex
123 Grant Avenue
Fri, Dec 9 '16
Santa Fe NM
Ian Shive: Wilderness and the National Parks
Exhibition: December 9, 2016 – February 3, 2017 Opening Reception: Friday, January 9, 2016 Gallery Hours: Open Tuesday – Saturday, 1pm – 5pm, and By Appointment Ian Shive is an American ilmmaker and photographer best known for his images and ilms of nature and the outdoors. Recipient of the prestigious Ansel Adams Award for Conservation Photography, Shive has been praised as the “leading chronicler of America’s national parks.” His passion for photography has led him to scale heights that most veteran photographers have yet to reach, resulting in him becoming one of the most published nature photographers in the world. The National Parks: Our American Legacy and The National Parks: Our American Landscape, two of Shive’s best-selling photography books, have played a role in shaping environmental diplomacy efforts throughout the world and heightened awareness of our national parks and the National Park Service. Shive is currently at work on a ilm about the Midway Atoll, part of a marine national monument in the Paciic Ocean that was recently expanded by President Obama. For more information, visit
Edition One Gallery
1036 Canyon Road
Fri, Dec 9 '16
Santa Fe NM
New Mexico Winter
New Mexico Winter will showcase paintings and photographs of New Mexican winter scenes by gallery artists. The exhibition’s opening will be held from 1-4 PM on Saturday, December 9 at the New Concept Gallery, 610 Canyon Road, Santa Fe, NM. For additional information and a complete résumé, please contact New Concept Gallery at (505) 795-7570 or
New Concept Gallery
610 A Canyon Road
Fri, Dec 9 '16
Santa Fe NM
CHRISTO and JEANNE-CLAUDE: revelation through concealment
Exhibition of limited edition collaged prints representing early concepts for projects. Christo and the late Jeanne-Claude were a collaborative couple that created environmental works of art under the name Christo. They are best-known for their monumental wrapped pieces; including the Reichstag in Berlin and the Pont-Neuf Bridge in Paris, the 24 mile long Running Fence in Sonoma and Marin counties in California, and The Gates in New York City's Central Park. Christo's wrapped objects and packages, which he began to produce in 1958 shortly after his escape from Eastern Europe, reflect his first impressions of Western commercial packaging. The works explore the transformative effect fabric and tactile surfaces have when wrapped around familiar objects. The concealment caused by the fabric challenges the viewer to reappraise the objects beneath and the space in which it exists. For those Wrapped Objects that are packaged in translucent polyethylene, little is left to the imagination, but the material gives the everyday objects an additional sculptural quality. Christo and Jeanne-Claude brought this act of wrapping to much larger proportions when they applied it to the environment, whether in nature or with a man-made structure. Christo continues to work on projects, both realized and proposed, which are temporary in nature.
Mill Contemporary
702 1/2 Canyon Road
Sat, Dec 10 '16
Albuquerque NM
Poetry in Metal with Liz Wallace
Liz Wallace (Maidu, Washoe, Navajo) has worked with her hands since she was just three years old, and has developed her art in the decades since by studying blacksmithing, enameling, advanced stone setting techniques, and historical jewelry from around the world. Her jewelry depicts elegant natural elements in precious stones and metals. Don’t miss this opportunity to meet the artist, learn about her work, and shop her collections in person.
Indian Pueblo Cultural Center
2401 12th Street NW
Sat, Dec 10 '16
Santa Fe NM
BOOK SIGNING & EXHIBITION OPENING Saturday December 10th, 2016 3–5pm photo-eye welcomes Represented Gallery Artist Steve Fitch to our Bookstore Project Space for an Exhibition Opening and Book Signing from 3 – 5pm on Saturday December 10th. The exhibition continues through Saturday January 21st, 2017. Fitch will be present to sign copies of his latest monograph American Motel Signs 1980–2008, a collection of color photographs just released by London based publisher The Velvet Cell. In celebration, a selection of works from the American Motel Signs series will be installed in the Project space through February 18th, 2017. In American Motel Signs Steve Fitch crisscrossed the United States documenting the colorful dynamic, advertisements inviting weary traveler to park their car and pack it in for the night. Tinged with nostalgia, these delightfully garish motel signs lovingly recall a mid 20th Century road culture speaking to a sense of independence and freedom central to the contemporary American identity. A trained anthropologist, Fitch’s approach to American Motel Signs is almost scientific. Images of a single subject are crafted with and observational distance and a democratic square frame inviting viewers to compare regional differences in detail, design, and landscape under the umbrella of a single society seemingly focused on fun, travel, and leisure. For Fitch much of his photographic work was inspired by childhood family road trips from Northern California to South Dakota and continues to focus on what the artist has termed the ‘vernacular of the journey’
Photo-Eye Gallery
Bookstore: 376 Garcia Street / Gallery: 541 S. Guadalupe St.
Sat, Dec 10 '16
Santa Fe NM
Small Works Show
Art doesn't have to be unaffordable. City of Mud erases the intimidation factor with a Small Works Show. A colorful array of prints, drawings, paintings, sculptures, jewelry and ceramics, priced under $500 for inspired gift-giving or to brighten your own holiday environment. Opening reception 4-6 pm, Saturday December 10, with artists in attendance. Small Works event runs through New Year's Eve, within the context of the on-going Neo•Tribal exhibition. Weds.-Sun., 11-5 or by appointment. 505-954-1705. 1114A Hickox, across from TuneUp.
City of Mud
1114 A Hickox

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