Your seasonal guide to museum exhibitions, concerts, and art markets



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Museum exhibitions, live performances, and art markets for your winter itinerary ART MARKETS SWAIA Winter Indian Market NOVEMBER 25–26 This holiday market includes jewelry, pottery, paintings, textiles, and other Tickets available online. FOOD Taos Winter Wine Festival JANUARY 25–27, 2024 winery partners. The schedule features food and wine events, including a reserve tasting, chef wine dinners, and a grand tasting. Various venues and ticket prices. Souper Bowl XXVIII 2024 JANUARY 27, 2024, 11 A.M.–2 P.M. invited the community to a friendly local chefs aim to win the hearts and stomachs of attendees by earning the most votes, either in a soup category or for the coveted All proceeds from the event support lt presale o general admission Center. EXHIBITIONS The Nature of Glass THROUGH DECEMBER Using objects from the New Mexico Art Museum’s permanent collection, this exhibition examines glass as a medium, exploring the technical and material nature of glass, and showcases how artists work with glass. New Mexico Museum of Art, The Art of Jean LaMarr THROUGH JANUARY 7, 2024 This exhibition organized by the Nevada Museum of Art and hung at the Museum of Contemporary Native Arts features more than of Jean LaMarr (Susanville Indian Rancheria), an internationally recognized artist known for colorful, satirical works that confront Native American cultural stereotypes. Museum of Contemporary Manuel Carrillo: Mexican Modernist THROUGH FEBRUARY 4, 2024 This exhibition features the work of Mexican photographer Manuel images of everyday life throughout Mexico, celebrating local culture and the human spirit. New Mexico Museum of Art. and Water THROUGH FEBRUARY 5, 2024 exhibition of recent works from N. Dash. The artist’s ecologically driven paintings pair found objects, such as water bottles and architectural insulation, with natural materials, such as earth. Interference Patterns THROUGH FEBRUARY 5, 2024 This solo exhibition features the multidisciplinary works of Tlingit and Unangax artist Nicholas to the world from an Indigenous perspective via sculptures, instal EnchantOrama! New Mexico Magazine Celebrates 100 THROUGH FEBRUARY 16, 2024 Celebrate the state magazine’s centennial by viewing a selection photographs published in the Around the World with O’Keeffe THROUGH MARCH 23, 2024 tion to Northern New Mexico, Georgia O’Keeffe was an avid countries over her lifetime. Around the World with O’Keeffe exhibits the objects she collected on her travels. O’Keeffe Welcome Center, Abiquiú. The Santos of New Mexico THROUGH APRIL 3, 2024 (devotional paintings on panel) and bultos (carved religious sculptures) the Governors. New Mexico History Museum. Ghhúunayúkata/To Keep Them Warm: The Alaska Native Parka THROUGH APRIL 7, 2024 This exhibition spotlights the art of the parka, a garment made for survival in the harsh envi ronments where Alaska Native peoples live and thrive. It features Alaska Native communities. Rooted in Place THROUGH APRIL 15, 2024 trees in Georgia O’Keeffe’s works, Rooted in Place showcases a collection of her studies of trees in New Mexico and beyond. Georgia O’Keeffe Museum, Woven Landscape, Monument Valley, Horizons: Weaving between the Lines with Diné Textiles Down Home THROUGH MAY 3, 2024 This exhibition presents a retro spective of jeweler Anthony Lovato (Kewa/Santo Domingo Pueblo), Culture Living Treasure. Museum of Indian Arts and Culture, Shadow and Light THROUGH MAY 28, 2024 In its inaugural exhibition, the New Mexico Museum of Art Vladem Contemporary celebrates the famed New Mexico light, which graphers from all corners of the world to this area for centuries. Vladem Contemporary. Horizons: Weaving between the Lines with Diné Textiles THROUGH JUNE 2, 2024 This exhibition showcases more the Museum of Indian Arts and Culture’s permanent collection. Curators worked with an advisory educators, and scholars to create the exhibition by and for weavers. Museum of Indian Arts and Culture. Rick Dillingham: To Make, Unmake, and Make Again THROUGH JUNE 16, 2024 This exhibition assembles the larg scholar, author, collector, cura tor, dealer, and ceramic artist Rick Dillingham’s works from across his artistic career. It features a number of works that have not New Mexico Museum of Art. Out West: Gay and Lesbian Artists in the Southwest 1900–1969 THROUGH SEPTEMBER 2, 2024 This exhibition surveys the work of gay and lesbian artists in the American Southwest, including Cady Wells, Marsden Hartley, Russell Cheney, and Agnes Sims, New Mexico Museum of Art. The Stories We Carry THROUGH SEPTEMBER 29, 2025 The Museum of Contemporary Native Arts presents this exhibition of jewelry created by more than decades and selected from the museum’s permanent collection. Museum of Contemporary Native Arts. La Cartonería Mexicana/ The Mexican Art of Paper and Paste THROUGH NOVEMBER 3, 2024 La Cartonería Mexicana highlights the long and rich history of cartonería objects including piñatas, dolls, skeletons, toys, and fantastical animals called alebrijes. Georgia O’Keeffe: Making a Life THROUGH NOVEMBER 14, 2024 renowned painter, Georgia O’Keeffe was a “maker” — an individual who, in the words of the Georgia O’Keeffe Museum, “carefully curated her life, personal style, and artistic practice.” This exhibi tion showcases items pulled from the museum’s collection, including furniture, clothing, and accessories. Georgia O’Keeffe Museum. Field of Dreams NOVEMBER 17–FEBRUARY 12, 2024 This solo exhibition features newly commissioned works of intricate collage by Billie Zangewa. The artist raw silk to speak about the process Protection: Adaption and Resistance DECEMBER 3–APRIL 7, 2024 Centering Indigenous ways of knowing, this exhibition highlights ing in design, tattooing, regalia fashioning, and graphic arts. Ways of Seeing: Four Photographic Collections JANUARY 20–JULY 7, 2024 This exhibition showcases a selec tion of photographs from three collections recently donated to the museum. New Mexico Art Museum.