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Upcoming Events

1st Annual Baca Railyard Block Party

WHAT: Baca Railyard Block Party
Hosted by Baca Railyard Arts District, Santa Fe Railyard, Santa Fe Modern, Molecule Design Store

WHEN: Friday June 23rd from 5-8pm

WHERE: Ralifan Rd. Santa Fe, New Mexico 87505

MORE INFO: Follow the Red Balloons –

Baca Railyard Art & Design Center – Open Studios & Businessess – The Baca Railyard is inviting the public to its first Annual Block Party event to celebrate a great alliance of art and design businesses and the consolidation of its location as the southern end of the Santa Fe Railyard development.

Located in mid town Santa Fe, the Baca Railyard District has become the new Santa Fe hip and cutting edge arts & design center. Forming since the early 2000’s as part of the Santa Fe Railyard mission to transform the historic Railyard into a sustainable and inviting public space for recreational, social, artistic, and commercial activities in a way that embraces Santa Fe’s cultural and historical significance and upholds the community’s vision…
For more info: click here

Click on the image below to view our Baca Railyard special section in Trend Magazine’s Summer issue:

Unify Fest 2016

WHAT: UNIFY Festival
Performers: Trevor Hall, Mike Love, Bluetech, Desert Dwellers, Peia

WHEN: Sept 22-24, 2016

WHERE:
El Rancho De Las Golondrinas
334 Los Pinos Road
Santa Fe, NM 87507

MORE INFO: More ticketing details click here

 

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El Rito Studio Tour 2016

WHAT: EL RITO STUDIO TOUR 2016

WHEN: October 1 & 2, 2016, 10 am to 5 pm

WHERE: Art Studios located throughout El Rito, New Mexico

MORE INFO: Jan Bachman | PO Box 335 | El Rito, NM 87530 | 575-581-4679 | janbachman@mac.com

Come celebrate the 30th Annual El Rito Studio Tour. Hidden in plain sight is a small community embraced by the foothills of the Sangre de Cristo Mountains where residents have lived quietly for generations cultivating lives that foster independence and creativity. Fifty miles north of Santa Fe, just 12 miles off Hwy 84, El Rito is brimming with talent in both traditional and contemporary media including weaving, welding, tin and iron work, retablos, sculpture, pottery, paintings, drawings, printmaking, photography and collage, jewelry, handmade books and note cards, furniture and carvings, and musical instruments.

Seventeen stops, including one on the New Mexico Fiber Arts Trail and one on the New Mexico Potter’s Trail, will display the work of over 40 artisans in the setting in which it was created. There will be a Mercado at the Community Center this year, featuring the art and crafts of artists from nearby communities. Visitors to the tour will be delighted by the variety of art, from local village arts to contemporary artwork. Artists we are celebrating on this anniversary year have been part of the tour since the beginning and are still showing and living in El Rito: Barbara Campbell, Emmy Cheney, Viki Edwards, Nicholas Herrera, Jane Kramer, Kathleen and Terry Vanderbrook, and Julie Wagner.

Visit our website  www.elritostudiotour.org to explore the each artist’s web page with photos, biography, artist statement, and contact information.

The El Rito Library will host its scrumptious “Death by Chocolate” fundraiser. The El Rito Quilters Guild will be selling quilts, pillows, art dolls, and draw string bags. Local musicians will be entertaining at the library as well as at the studios.

Be sure to wear comfortable walking shoes to enjoy a stroll in the crisp fall weather and work up an appetite. In the village, El Farolito will be cooking their famous chile, enchiladas, burritos, tamales, rellenos, and frito pies.

The tour is small enough that visitors can see each studio with ease and varied enough that there is something for everyone to enjoy. Autumn–with golden cottonwoods, clear blue skies, warm days, and cool nights–is a particularly beautiful time to visit.

The El Rito Studio Tour is fiscally sponsored by Luciente, Inc., a 501(c)(3) non-profit corporation and partially funded by the Rio Arriba County Lodgers’ Tax Fund.

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