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Apr 22

Early Native American Easel Art in New Mexico: The Dorothy Dunn Collection

8:30 AM to 5 PM / Coronado Historic Site

New Exhibit Featuring Early Native American Easel Art at Coronado Historic Site from the Museum of Indian Arts and Culture’s Dorothy Dunn Collection.

March 2015 – February 2016

The Development of Native American Easel Art in New Mexico just opened at the Coronado Historic Site and runs through February 2016. Featured are {how many?} prints of original water color paintings lent by the Museum of Indian Arts and Culture’s Dorothy Dunn Collection.

Among the artists on view are Vidal Casiquito, Jr. of Jemez, Gilbert Atencio of San Ildefonso, and Pablita Velarde of Santa Clara, as well as several pieces by Zia artist, Velino Shije Herrera, who in the early 1930s painted the murals in the reconstructed Kiva at the Coronado Site. Pueblo lifeways is the exhibition’s theme.

Apr 22

Docent Tours

10:30 AM to 3 PM / New Mexico Museum of Art

Tours of the museum

Apr 22

Spotlight Tours of NM Museum of Art

12:15 to 1:15 PM / New Mexico Museum of Art

A series of gallery talks by NM Museum of Art Docents featuring artists on display in the Museum.

Apr 23

Northern Rio Grande Ancestral Pueblo World – A Historical Perspective Friends of Indian Art

12 / Museum of New Mexico Foundation

Friends of Indian Art (FIA) invites their members to a presentation on Northern Rio Grande Ancestral Pueblo World. Forest Archaeologist Michael Bremer will provide insight and perspective into early Puebloan populations beginning in the 12th Century. He will discuss the relationship of these people to the wild landscapes surrounding their developed communities and will share the similarities these communities may have had with today’s management of wild land and its interface to adjacent large urban centers. Not a FIA member? Join by calling 505-982-6366 ext. 100.

Apr 23

Early Native American Easel Art in New Mexico: The Dorothy Dunn Collection

8:30 AM to 5 PM / Coronado Historic Site

New Exhibit Featuring Early Native American Easel Art at Coronado Historic Site from the Museum of Indian Arts and Culture’s Dorothy Dunn Collection.

March 2015 – February 2016

The Development of Native American Easel Art in New Mexico just opened at the Coronado Historic Site and runs through February 2016. Featured are {how many?} prints of original water color paintings lent by the Museum of Indian Arts and Culture’s Dorothy Dunn Collection.

Among the artists on view are Vidal Casiquito, Jr. of Jemez, Gilbert Atencio of San Ildefonso, and Pablita Velarde of Santa Clara, as well as several pieces by Zia artist, Velino Shije Herrera, who in the early 1930s painted the murals in the reconstructed Kiva at the Coronado Site. Pueblo lifeways is the exhibition’s theme.

Apr 23

Docent Tours

10:30 AM to 3 PM / New Mexico Museum of Art

Tours of the museum

Apr 23

Forest Archaeologist Michael Bremer Lecture (FIA Event) Northern Rio Grande Ancestral Pueblo World - A Historical Perspective

5 to 7 PM / Museum of Indian Arts and Culture

PLEASE NOTE THIS IS A FRIENDS OF INDIAN ART EVENT AND MEMBERSHIP IN FIA IS REQUIRED TO ATTEND. CALL 505-982-6366 OR VISIT THE FIA SITE FOR MORE INFO.

Forest Archaeologist Michael Bremer will provide insight and perspective into early Puebloan populations beginning in the 12th century. He will discuss the relationship of these people to the wild landscapes surrounding their developed communities and will share the similarities these communities ay have had with today's management of wild land and its interface to adjacent large urban centers.

Currently with the Santa Fe National Forest, Mike is excited to share his perspective of the ways of native ancestral people with you!

Apr 24

Early Native American Easel Art in New Mexico: The Dorothy Dunn Collection

8:30 AM to 5 PM / Coronado Historic Site

New Exhibit Featuring Early Native American Easel Art at Coronado Historic Site from the Museum of Indian Arts and Culture’s Dorothy Dunn Collection.

March 2015 – February 2016

The Development of Native American Easel Art in New Mexico just opened at the Coronado Historic Site and runs through February 2016. Featured are {how many?} prints of original water color paintings lent by the Museum of Indian Arts and Culture’s Dorothy Dunn Collection.

Among the artists on view are Vidal Casiquito, Jr. of Jemez, Gilbert Atencio of San Ildefonso, and Pablita Velarde of Santa Clara, as well as several pieces by Zia artist, Velino Shije Herrera, who in the early 1930s painted the murals in the reconstructed Kiva at the Coronado Site. Pueblo lifeways is the exhibition’s theme.

Apr 24

Donation Days for the Folk Art Flea

9 AM to 4 PM / Museum of International Folk Art

The Folk Art Committee of the Museum of New Mexico Foundations a community sale of gently used folk art items supporting exhibitions and educational programming at the Museum of International Folk Art.  Clean out your closets!  Garage or storage unit and bring your tax deductible donation of gently used items to the Museum of International Folk Art from 9am to 4pm Friday April 24 through Tuesday April 28, 2015.

Apr 24

Drop In and Draw

10 AM to 5 PM / New Mexico Museum of Art

Every day during regular museum hours

Apr 24

Docent Tours

10:30 AM to 3 PM / New Mexico Museum of Art

Tours of the museum

Apr 25

Early Native American Easel Art in New Mexico: The Dorothy Dunn Collection

8:30 AM to 5 PM / Coronado Historic Site

New Exhibit Featuring Early Native American Easel Art at Coronado Historic Site from the Museum of Indian Arts and Culture’s Dorothy Dunn Collection.

March 2015 – February 2016

The Development of Native American Easel Art in New Mexico just opened at the Coronado Historic Site and runs through February 2016. Featured are {how many?} prints of original water color paintings lent by the Museum of Indian Arts and Culture’s Dorothy Dunn Collection.

Among the artists on view are Vidal Casiquito, Jr. of Jemez, Gilbert Atencio of San Ildefonso, and Pablita Velarde of Santa Clara, as well as several pieces by Zia artist, Velino Shije Herrera, who in the early 1930s painted the murals in the reconstructed Kiva at the Coronado Site. Pueblo lifeways is the exhibition’s theme.

Apr 25

Donation Days for the Folk Art Flea

9 AM to 4 PM / Museum of International Folk Art

The Folk Art Committee of the Museum of New Mexico Foundations a community sale of gently used folk art items supporting exhibitions and educational programming at the Museum of International Folk Art.  Clean out your closets!  Garage or storage unit and bring your tax deductible donation of gently used items to the Museum of International Folk Art from 9am to 4pm Friday April 24 through Tuesday April 28, 2015.

Apr 25

Docent Tours

10:30 AM to 3 PM / New Mexico Museum of Art

Tours of the museum

Apr 26

Turquoise, Water, Sky Book Signing & Lecture Purchase the Long-Awaited TWS Exhibit Catalog!

12 / Museum of Indian Arts and Culture

Book signing with Dr. Maxine McBrinn and Ross Altshuler, authors of Turquoise, Water, Sky, the catalogue for our stunning exhibit on display through 2015. McBrinn will give a lecture on the topic following the 1pm book signing.

Apr 26

Early Native American Easel Art in New Mexico: The Dorothy Dunn Collection

8:30 AM to 5 PM / Coronado Historic Site

New Exhibit Featuring Early Native American Easel Art at Coronado Historic Site from the Museum of Indian Arts and Culture’s Dorothy Dunn Collection.

March 2015 – February 2016

The Development of Native American Easel Art in New Mexico just opened at the Coronado Historic Site and runs through February 2016. Featured are {how many?} prints of original water color paintings lent by the Museum of Indian Arts and Culture’s Dorothy Dunn Collection.

Among the artists on view are Vidal Casiquito, Jr. of Jemez, Gilbert Atencio of San Ildefonso, and Pablita Velarde of Santa Clara, as well as several pieces by Zia artist, Velino Shije Herrera, who in the early 1930s painted the murals in the reconstructed Kiva at the Coronado Site. Pueblo lifeways is the exhibition’s theme.

Apr 26

Donation Days for the Folk Art Flea

9 AM to 4 PM / Museum of International Folk Art

The Folk Art Committee of the Museum of New Mexico Foundations a community sale of gently used folk art items supporting exhibitions and educational programming at the Museum of International Folk Art.  Clean out your closets!  Garage or storage unit and bring your tax deductible donation of gently used items to the Museum of International Folk Art from 9am to 4pm Friday April 24 through Tuesday April 28, 2015.

Apr 26

Docent Tours

10:30 AM to 3 PM / New Mexico Museum of Art

Tours of the museum

Apr 26

How to Save Your Marriage Through Pinhole Photography A Poetics of Light: Pinhole Photography event

2 to 3 PM / New Mexico History Museum

Nancy Spencer and Eric Renner, guest curators of the Poetics of Light: Pinhole Photography exhibition and internationally recognized artists, give a lecture on their collaborative work. "How to Save Your Marriage Through Pinhole Photography" is free with admission; Sundays are free to NM residents. Poetics of Light: Pinhole Photography is on exhibit in the museum’s Herzstein Gallery.

Apr 27

Early Native American Easel Art in New Mexico: The Dorothy Dunn Collection

8:30 AM to 5 PM / Coronado Historic Site

New Exhibit Featuring Early Native American Easel Art at Coronado Historic Site from the Museum of Indian Arts and Culture’s Dorothy Dunn Collection.

March 2015 – February 2016

The Development of Native American Easel Art in New Mexico just opened at the Coronado Historic Site and runs through February 2016. Featured are {how many?} prints of original water color paintings lent by the Museum of Indian Arts and Culture’s Dorothy Dunn Collection.

Among the artists on view are Vidal Casiquito, Jr. of Jemez, Gilbert Atencio of San Ildefonso, and Pablita Velarde of Santa Clara, as well as several pieces by Zia artist, Velino Shije Herrera, who in the early 1930s painted the murals in the reconstructed Kiva at the Coronado Site. Pueblo lifeways is the exhibition’s theme.

Apr 27

Donation Days for the Folk Art Flea

9 AM to 4 PM / Museum of International Folk Art

The Folk Art Committee of the Museum of New Mexico Foundations a community sale of gently used folk art items supporting exhibitions and educational programming at the Museum of International Folk Art.  Clean out your closets!  Garage or storage unit and bring your tax deductible donation of gently used items to the Museum of International Folk Art from 9am to 4pm Friday April 24 through Tuesday April 28, 2015.

Apr 27

Art Walking Tours

10 to 11 AM / New Mexico Museum of Art

April - November Mondays at 10:00 a.m

Apr 27

Docent Tours

10:30 AM to 3 PM / New Mexico Museum of Art

Tours of the museum

Apr 28

Early Native American Easel Art in New Mexico: The Dorothy Dunn Collection

8:30 AM to 5 PM / Coronado Historic Site

New Exhibit Featuring Early Native American Easel Art at Coronado Historic Site from the Museum of Indian Arts and Culture’s Dorothy Dunn Collection.

March 2015 – February 2016

The Development of Native American Easel Art in New Mexico just opened at the Coronado Historic Site and runs through February 2016. Featured are {how many?} prints of original water color paintings lent by the Museum of Indian Arts and Culture’s Dorothy Dunn Collection.

Among the artists on view are Vidal Casiquito, Jr. of Jemez, Gilbert Atencio of San Ildefonso, and Pablita Velarde of Santa Clara, as well as several pieces by Zia artist, Velino Shije Herrera, who in the early 1930s painted the murals in the reconstructed Kiva at the Coronado Site. Pueblo lifeways is the exhibition’s theme.

Apr 28

Donation Days for the Folk Art Flea

9 AM to 4 PM / Museum of International Folk Art

The Folk Art Committee of the Museum of New Mexico Foundations a community sale of gently used folk art items supporting exhibitions and educational programming at the Museum of International Folk Art.  Clean out your closets!  Garage or storage unit and bring your tax deductible donation of gently used items to the Museum of International Folk Art from 9am to 4pm Friday April 24 through Tuesday April 28, 2015.