Friday Jan 19 @ 12:00 PM
MoCNA Brown Bag: Eliza Naranjo Morse and Terran Kipp Last Gun
IAIA Museum of Contemporary Native Arts – Brown Bag it with MoCNA: Collaborative Mural Discussion with Eliza Naranjo Morse and Terran Kipp Last Gun Friday, January 19, 2018 | 12:00pm-1:30pm 2nd Floor MoCNA Project Lab Bring your lunch and join Eliza Naranjo Morse (Santa Clara Pueblo) and Terran Kipp Last Gun ((Piikani Nation) as they discuss their artistic practice and current collaborative mural, entitled, Home is a Life Journey. MoCNA commissioned the new mural for the Allan Houser Art Park which is based on ideas around home, place, history and experience. Eliza Naranjo Morse (Santa Clara Pueblo) has expressed formal creative effort locally, nationally and internationally including The School for Advanced Research (Santa Fe, New Mexico); Cumbre de el Tajin (Veracruz, Mexico); Ekaterinburg Museum of Fine Arts (Ekaterinburg, Russia); IAIA Museum of Contemporary Native Arts (Santa Fe, New Mexico) The National Museum of the American Indian (Washington, D.C.); Chelsea Art Museum (New York, New York); SITE Santa Fe (Santa Fe, New Mexico); Axle Contemporary (Santa Fe, New Mexico); Praksis (Oslo, Norway); Sombrillo Elementary School (Espanola, New Mexico); Poeh Cultural Center (Pojoaque New Mexico); The Heard Museum (Phoenix, Arizona); and at her home in Espanola, New Mexico. She is currently building a house, the art teacher at her Pueblos community school, and working to let the art process teach and surprise her. Terran Kipp Last Gun, (Piikani Nation) is a visual artist from Browning, Montana working in printmaking, photography, and sculpture. Last Gun’s work often explores and reimagines place, memory, and cultural narratives. His work is deeply rooted in landscapes, especially of his home territory-where the plains greet the sun to the east and meet the jagged Rockies (Backbone of the World) to the west. This landscape has provided shelter, food, and inspiration for the Piikani people for thousands of years -- Last Gun’s appreciation for this can be seen throughout his work. He continues to add to the millennia old conversation of Piikani visual aesthetics and philosophy. Last Gun draws his inspiration from a variety of sources such as Pop Art, Minimalism, Colorfield, and Geometric Abstraction. He graduated from the Institute of American Indian Arts (IAIA) in 2016 with a BFA in museum studies and a AFA in studio arts focusing on printmaking and photography. Major awards include the 2016 Museum of Indian Arts and Culture Goodman Aspiring Artist Fellowship, as well as being selected as the 2016 AHA Progressive Arts Festival Guest Curator. Last Gun is currently based in Santa Fe, New Mexico.
Friday Jan 19 @ 7:00 PM
Saturday Jan 20 - Dec 20 @ 12:00 AM
20th Anniversary Local Appreciation Days
Marty Sanchez Links de Santa Fe Golf Course – In honor of our 20th Anniversary, we would like to thank YOU! Our loyal patrons. On the 20th of every month, a 20% local appreciation discount will be applied to greens fees and qualifying merchandise. Offer valid all day. TEE TIME REQUIRED.
Saturday Jan 20 @ 10:00 AM
Soft Opening of Eye Candy Exhibition
Wheelwright Museum of the American Indian – General admission: $8.00 Admission is free to the public the first Sunday of every month. Admission is free for museum members, Native Americans, children under the age of 12, students with a valid student id, and active military. The Wheelwright Museum is pleased to present Eye Candy: Visual Treats from the Permanent Collection in the Schultz Gallery, opening to the public on January 20, 2018 and on view through April 15, 2018. Join us as we celebrate recent additions to our renowned collection of Native American jewelry, lapidary, and silversmithing. A delightful selection includes gemstone necklaces by Yazzie Johnson and Gail Bird, old and new Zuni fetish carvings, mid-century smoking paraphernalia and barware, and spurs by Clyde “Sunny Skies” Hunt; as well as works by Fred and Frank Peshlakai, McKee Platero, Perry Shorty, Liz Wallace, and many more. The exhibition includes work by the following artists: Raymond Becenti Jolene Bird Gail Bird Bryston Bowannie Franklin Carillo Jared Chavez Richard Chavez John Christianson Juan Dideos Dee Edaakie Eddington Hannaweeke Allan Houser Sunny Skies Hunt Yazzie Johnson Michael Kabotie Rick Laahty Ron Laahty James Little Harold Littlebird Phil Loretto Ernie “Woody” Mackel Jack Mahkee Verma Nequatewa Al Nez Christopher Nieto Isaiah Ortiz Gibbs Othole Victor Paul Beck,Sr. Claudia Peina Fred Peshlakai Frank Peshlakai McKee Platero Leo Poblano Andres Quandelacy Perry Shorty Loren Tsalabutie Vernon L. Unasee Liz Wallace Ken Williams Jr.
Saturday Jan 20 @ 12:00 PM
Monthly Animal Communications at Teca Tu
Teca Tu-A Pawsworthy Pet Emporium – Monthly In Person Animal Communications with Professional Communicator Coryelle Kramer Hosted by Teca Tu Paws-Worthy Emporium located in Santa Fe NM. 20 and 30 minute readings available ($40 for 20 minutes and $50 for 30 minutes), live animals and/or photos NOT required but always appreciated. Readings can be either for an animal who is living or one who has passed on. Does your animal suffer from unwanted behaviros (like fear or , dominance, or separation anixiety?) Do they have a past you'd like to learn more about? Has your animal companion passed on and you'd like to talk with them and make sure you said all you needed to say? Coryelle can talk and hear your animals so you can discover the answers that you're trying to find out. About: Coryelle Kramer brings over 20 years of experience talking with a wide variety of animals. She is able to chat with all animals; alive or those who have passed on. You'll find more information about her at: www.coryellekramer.com
Saturday Jan 20 - Dec 20 @ 3:00 PM
20th Anniversary Free Golf Clinics
Marty Sanchez Links de Santa Fe Golf Course – Free golf clinics on the driving range, sponsored by PGA Head Pro, Alo Brodsky, &/or pro shop staff.
Saturday Jan 20 @ 7:00 PM
Sunday Jan 21 @ 2:00 PM
Monday Jan 22 @ 3:00 PM
A Life in Art: The Second Generation
New Mexico Women in the Arts – New Mexico State Committee of the National Museum of Women in the Arts and Art Santa Fe Presents present The Artful Afternoon Series 2018, "A Life in Art: The Second Generation," on Monday, January 22, 2018, from 3:00 pm - 5:00 pm. Join us for another exciting and stimulating discussion at Charlotte Jackson Fine Art. This time we meet a fascinating panel of women artists who will discuss how they became artists and what influence their artist parents had on them. Q&A will follow. Moderator: Laura Addison Panelists: Natalie Arnoldi Daughter of Charles Arnoldi, artist, and Katie Arnoldi, writer; inspired academically and artistically by the ocean. www.nataliearnoldi.com Carola Clift Photographer; born into a family of artists, actors, dancers, and literature professors. www.carolaclift.com Rose B. Simpson Sculptor, writer, dancer, mechanic; daughter of Roxanne Swentzell. www.rosebsimpson.com Registration $35 for panel presentation and reception Registration required by Friday, January 19, 2018 Click here for more information: http://newmexicowomeninthearts.org/Events/Artful_Afternoon_Series_A_Life_in_Art/index.html
Tuesday Jan 23 @ 5:30 PM
Jaguar Parent Den Meeting
Capital High School – Capital High Parents are invited to our monthly PTA meetings at our Jaguar Parent Den!
Tuesday Jan 23 - Feb 27 @ 7:00 PM
Reaching the Deeper Self
Santa Fe Center for Spiritual Living – Through active interactions, lectures and mindfulness practice, the participants will discover these hidden aspects of their consciousness, and then learn ways to change negative unconscious impressions into ones that align with their Good. For additional information go to https://santafecsl.org/event/reaching-the-deeper-self/?instance_id=22910
Thursday Jan 25 @ 6:30 PM
Design for Good: Lecture & Conversation
Santa Fe Art Institute – Join us for a lecture and conversation about how design excellence can heal, promote equal justice, and bring about lasting social change with Michael Murphy of MASS Design Group and with John Cary of Design for Good. Jamie Blosser, SFAI Executive Director, and Joseph Kunkel, Executive Director of the Sustainable Native Communities Collaborative and SFAI Board Member, will introduce and moderate the conversation. After the conversation, Design for Good: A New Era of Architecture for Everyone will be available for sale along with a book signing by John Cary. SFAI Equal Justice residents will also open their studios open for viewing and conversation. Reserve your complimentary tickets here: https://sfai.org/designforgood
Friday Jan 26 - Apr 27 @ 1:00 PM
Conversations with Collections
New Mexico Museum of Art – Learn what it takes to care for a museum collection with a presentation highlighting the details about the Preservation of Museum Collections. Subjects such as lighting requirements, integrated pest management, storage, exhibition preparation, and research will be discussed. Free with cost of admission. Image: Aspen Red River (study), Gustave Baumann, Gift of Jane Baumann, 1980.
Friday Jan 26 @ 7:00 PM
Rivals of Ixalan Booster Draft
Big Adventure Comics – Entry Fee: $15 Prizes: Foil promo card and your choice of boosters.
Saturday Jan 27 @ 10:30 AM
Early Childhood Open House
Santa Fe Waldorf School – The SFWS Early Childhood Open House is an opportunity to spend some time in the classrooms, meet the teachers, do a simple craft project, and learn about the amazing developmental curriculum in the Early Childhood classes. Please RSVP online at https://goo.gl/c9igQt or by calling the Admissions Office at 505-467-6431.
Saturday Jan 27 @ 12:00 PM
Staying Healthy in the Winter -– Seasonal Herbs & More
Marty's Meals, Freshly-made Organic Dog & Cat Food, Santa Fe & Boulder – In this FREE talk, Dr. Kim will address how to avoid common problems that pets can have in the colder, winter months. Dr. Freeman earned her Doctor of Veterinary Medicine from the University of Florida in 1997. She has practiced small and large animal medicine as well as emergency/critical care in New Mexico and Arizona over the last 18 years. She was afforded the opportunity to study Chinese Medicine and Acupuncture while on the flexible emergency schedule and received her certification in 2006 from the Chi Institute in Florida. Since then she has attended courses in advanced tongue and pulse diagnosis as well as food therapy through the Chi Institute and is scheduled to be an instructor for the 2016 Basic Mixed Animal Acupuncture course this spring. She has recently earned a Foundations of Herbalism certificate, a nine-month long intensive course in Western Herbs taught by Milagro School of Herbal Medicine. Locally, she engages in a stimulating combination of Eastern and Western practice at Gruda Veterinary Hospital. She is very interested in internal medicine, pain management, preventative medicine and food therapy using Traditional Chinese Medicine and Western Herbalism techniques. When not practicing veterinary medicine she is hiking, learning crossfit, traveling or making medicine with her sweet puppy Grace.
Saturday Jan 27 - Jan 28 @ 4:00 PM
Santa Fe Pro Musica – Santa Fe Pro Musica presents Visionaries, featuring the Avery Fisher Career Grant winning pianist Conrad Tao with the Pro Musica Orchestra in the Lensic. The performances feature Mozart’s warmly elegant Symphony No. 39, Schumann’s vibrant Piano Concerto in A Minor and Joan Tower’s bold and energetic Chamber Dance. Tickets $20-$80 Santa Fe Pro Musica Orchestra Thomas O’Connor, conductor Conrad Tao, piano MOZART Symphony No. 39 in E-Flat Major, K. 543 JOAN TOWER Chamber Dance SCHUMANN Piano Concerto in A Minor, Op. 54
Saturday Jan 27 @ 7:00 PM
Big Adventure Comics – Entry Fee: $5 Prizes: Your choice of boosters.