The Hispanic culture is rich and full of life. That’s why the El Museo Cultural de Santa Fe is dedicated to preserving it. This non-profit organization promotes the vibrant Hispano way of life through art, music, and education. The entire community to invited to experience the various exhibitions and performances throughout the year and get involved with workshops, lectures, and more! Whether you are interested in the Hispanic culture, have an appreciation for the arts, or looking to learn a new skill, the El Museo Cultura De Santa Fe is a must during your visit.
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What to Expect at the El Museo Cultural De Santa Fe
The Art Collection
A large collection of beautiful local art is available for your viewing at the El Museo Cultural. The pieces you’ll see come from both local and international artists who are either well-known or up-and-coming. During your visit, you’re sure to see stunning fiesta dresses, traditional musical instruments, folk art, sculptures, prints, paintings, ceramics, and much more! Since the collection is so vast, art is rotated several times a year. That way, you’ll never have the same experience twice!
A new show is held in the gallery almost every month. Annual performances include a Dia de Los Muertos show by Oscar Lozoya and a three-person production featuring Armando Adrain-Lopez. Many of these shows express cultural heritage and how if affects the art of individuals.
No matter what time of year you visit, there is always a fun and exciting event to attend. You’ll never run out of options from the variety of seasonal art shows, markets, and workshops. Here is just a couple you have to look forward to!
El Museo Cultural Winter Market: Held from October to May every year, the annual Winter Market is a priority for many guests visiting Santa Fe. The wide array of American art, folk art, vintage memorabilia, and more can’t be found anywhere else in the world! Whether you are shopping for jewelry, books, furniture, or clothing, you’ll find something unique and memorable.
Embracing Curanderismo: This interactive workshop introduces you to the art of traditional Mexican healing. Discover what kinds of herbs and rituals were used by the folk people so many years ago and what is still considered as a valuable method of effective healing today! The workshop is held November 5, 2016, and is open to everyone. Please be sure to register before attending!
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