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  • Celebrate Billy the Kid on the Most Dangerous Street in America During Old Lincoln Days

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    Lincoln, NM – Visitors of all ages can celebrate the legendary history of outlaw, Billy the Kid during Old Lincoln Days. The annual event takes place Friday, Aug. 2 through Sunday, Aug. 4 and includes the debut of a new…
  • Educational Ambitions: Bridging Past and Present

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    For more than 30 years, the Office of Archaeological Studies Education Outreach Program has brought archaeology to life for New Mexicans of all ages and backgrounds. Through hands-on learning experiences, people dig deeper than textbooks and truly connect…
  • A Stylish Summer

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      Step into style this summer with unique accessories from MNMF Shops. Explore our collection of carefully curated bags, jewelry, socks, and more. Among our selection, you’ll find captivating turquoise jewelry from renowned artists, practical minimalist totes, and…
  • Celebrating Gloom: A People's History of Zozobra

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    Every Friday of Labor Day weekend, Santa Fe’s beloved Zozobra goes up in flames. This fiery farewell to summer, embodied in a towering 50-foot marionette stuffed with slips of paper onto which we’ve scribbled our most pressing concerns, represents…
  • A Shared History of Saints

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    Opening July 20 in the New Mexico Museum of Art Plaza Building, Saints & Santos: Picturing the Holy in New Spain explores the role of saints in the Spanish Colonial empire in the Americas, a vast region…
  • Ukrainian Artists at MNMF Shops

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    The Museum of International Folk Art debuted its highly anticipated exhibit Amidst Cries from the Rubble: Art of Loss and Resilience from Ukraine this past weekend. This exhibit features more than sixty works that delve into the…
  • Love Letter: Three Pivotal Decades of New Mexico Art

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    Off-Center: New Mexico Art, 1970-2000, opening June 8 at the New Mexico Museum of Art Vladem Contemporary, examines an overlooked era of creativity. Curators Katherine Ware and Katie Doyle explain that “the show isn’t a comprehensive history…
  • Artful Objects for Your Home

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    Breathe life into any corner with our unique assortment of home goods. Discover artfully designed wall hooks, cutting boards, glassware, planters and so much more, all destined to transform your space into a living artwork. Striking wall hooks from…
  • In Admiration of Gustave Baumann

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    June is Gustave Baumann’s birth month! In honor of this artist’s special day on June 27, we wanted to highlight some of our favorite pieces from the Museum Shops. Born on June 27, 1881 in Magdeburg, Germany, Gustave…
  • Prison Art: Rehumanizing the Incarcerated

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    The genesis of Between the Lines: Prison Art & Advocacy, opening August 9 at the Museum of International Folk Art, was a series of workshops held in 2017 by the museum’s education team with degree-seeking students at…
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