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  • Give the Gift of Membership

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    A Gift of Museum Foundation Membership: 1 Membership = 1,000 Museums for $100 Museum of New Mexico Foundation’s Annual Membership Subscription Means Yearlong Free, Unlimited Admission to More Than 1,000 Cultural Institutions in North America What’s more in…
  • Holiday Shopping at Museum Shops

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    Look no further than the Museum Shops for all your holiday gifts and presents. You can shop online at shopmuseum.org or in-person in Santa Fe at the four museums. There is a wonderful range of products…
  • TABLE Magazine New Mexico

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    Connecting Food, Art and Culture New Mexicans are primed for conversations about the inter-section of food and culture. With the debut of TABLE Magazine New Mexico, a lifestyle magazine exploring the state’s culture of food and drink through craft,…
  • Small Creatures, Big Style

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    New Works from Studio|A Home “Good things come in small packages.” — Aesop We have all heard versions of Aesop’s saying how often the smallest of packages deliver the biggest pleasure. In the case of the latest Museum…
  • Preserving the Magic of Mesilla

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    Taylor-Mesilla Historic Property In 2006, the southern New Mexico home of J. Paul and the late Mary Daniels Taylor was dedicated as a historic property, part of the Museum of New Mexico system. Today, it is unique among the…
  • Creating a Classroom: Earth, Preservation and Education

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    Anthropologists, archaeologists, architects, preservationists and engineers from around the world convened in Santa Fe in June for Terra 2022: The 13th World Congress on Earthen Architectural Heritage. Organized by the Getty Conservation Institute, the National Park Service’s Vanishing Treasures…
  • Into the Digital Age: Expanding Access to Collections

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    The digital era has changed the way the public and museums interact—allowing museums to electronically connect with other institutions and with a virtual audience, both local and global. At the New Mexico History Museum’s Palace of the Governors…
  • Pushing Boundaries: Vladem Contemporary

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    Construction of the New Mexico Museum of Art’s Vladem Contemporary provides opportunities for the museum and its supporters to give to the community, says the museum’s executive director Mark White. The spacious new venue in the Santa…
  • Making the Invisible Visible

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    Libraries and Archives Enhance Museum Education Mission To the untrained eye, a library and archive probably looks like a quiet place to work, with shelves full of books and files stuffed with old photographs and historical records. But those…
  • Sharing the Spirit

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    Pueblo Pottery through Indigenous Eyes When Grounded in Clay: The Spirit of Pueblo Pottery opened at the Museum of Indian Arts and Culture on July 31, 2022, it provided ethnology curator Tony Chavarria (Santa Clara Pueblo) a…
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