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  • Museum of International Folk Art, Santa Fe, New Mexico,home
    Cultura Sin Nombre Under the Little Big Top Opens April 3 2016 Find us on Google 2003 2010 Museum of International Folk Art a Division of the New Mexico Department of Cultural Affairs On Camino Lejo off Old Santa Fe

    Original URL path: http://www.internationalfolkart.org/ (2016-02-12)
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  • Museum of International Folk Art, Santa Fe| Visitor Info: Frequently Asked Questions
    walk in tours at 10 30AM 11 30AM AND 2PM call the front desk at 505 476 1204 to confirm today s tours No reservations are required for walk in tours If you want to make reservations for a group of 10 or more please call Leslie 505 476 1217 Exhibitions Visit Current Exhibitions to see current with links to past and upcoming exhibitions Contact the Museum Mailing address P O Box 2087 Santa Fe New Mexico 87504 2087 By telephone 505 476 1200 By Fax 505 476 1300 By e mail info moifa state nm us Gift Shop 505 982 5186 or shop on line at worldfolkart org Research Visit The Bartlett Library Archives Catalog Permission to Use Museum Images Photos Please allow a minimum of four weeks to process requests for image reproduction rights Send inquiries to ruth lanore state nm us or call 505 476 1218 ADMISSION RATES Adult single museum admission is 6 for New Mexico residents 9 for out of state visitors OR purchase a Culture Pass for 25 and visit all the state Museums and Historic sites in New Mexico once in a calendar year Students with I D Receive a one dollar discount Wednesdays New Mexico resident seniors 60 with I D are free New Mexico residents Free on Sundays Youth 16 and under and Foundation Members always free Membership information Visiting with Children The Museum of International Folk Art is a great place for families with children Exhibition galleries contain interactive activities available during open hours and Docents lead hands on art making with the Art cart several days each month Call the front desk at 505 476 1204 to confirm times Youth 16 and under are always FREE see more about activities tips for visiting with children Access The Museum facilities

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  • Museum of International Folk Art| Santa Fe | Events & Education : Current Calendar
    Temple Music from 1 to 4pm The Quang Minh Lion Dancers perform at 2 and 3 30 pm and a reception from 2 to 4PM hosted by the Women s Board of the Museum of New Mexico Foundation In the Auditorium Exhibition Curator Felicia Katz Harris gives opening remarks Potala dance Troupe performs Tibetan Dance and song 3pm Trupti Panicor performs Bharantanatyam Style dance from India All by Museum Admission

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  • Museum of International Folk Art, Santa Fe| Exhibitions : Current
    freedom or abandon She noted that other exhibitions have only featured flamenco through photography and imagery while this exhibition explores flamenco as a multifaceted art form a highly cherished performance art remaining true to its cultural roots and heritage The exhibition is also the first ever to show the history and development of flamenco and its treasured role within the cultural milieu of New Mexico The exhibition will be accompanied by the book The Spirit of Flamenco From Spain to New Mexico by Nicolasa Chávez Museum of New Mexico Press Jacketed hardbound 39 95 ISBN 978 0 89013 608 9 192 pages 86 color and 54 black and white photographs El Farol is the Lead Sponsor of Flamenco From Spain to New Mexico PRESS RELEASE MEDIA Multiple Visions A Common Bond Long term in the Girard Wing Alexander and Susan Girard began a lifetime of collecting on their honeymoon trip to Mexico in 1939 Objects were selected for their beauty humor whimsy enthusiasm spontaneity and directness and they illustrate humankind s universal need to give form to a sense of ornament delight and wonder The Girard Family collection of more than 100 000 objects is unique in part because of its size and breadth more than 100 countries on six continents are represented Enjoy this text free gallery with or without a docent pick up a Gallery Guide to read more about the cases or pick up a multi media tour on an Ipod touch available at the front desk for no additional fee Between Two Worlds Folk Artists Reflect on The Immigrant Experience In the Mark Naylor and Dale Gunn Gallery of Conscience The Gallery of Conscience is an experimental space where the public is invited to help shape the content and form of the exhibition through interactive elements

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  • MOIFA | Collections
    About the Collections Staff Contact List Collections African Asian Middle Eastern Contemporary Hispano Latino European North American Latin American Spanish Colonial Textiles Costumes

    Original URL path: http://www.internationalfolkart.org/collections/collections.html (2016-02-12)
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  • MOIFA | About Us : History
    art forms The Bartlett Library Archives is also in the Bartlett Wing Exhibitions in the east Bartlett wing have ranged from Turkish Tibetan and Swedish traditions to New Deal era art in New Mexico recycled objects and Mayólica and CARNAVAL and Dancing Shadows Wayang Kulit of Indonesia The West Bartlett gallery became the Gallery of Conscience in 2010 Dr Marsha Bol Director of the Museum of International Folk Art explains the concept of a gallery of conscience As the largest folk art museum in the world there is a responsibility to create a forum to discuss current issues that folk artists are facing around the world This Gallery of Conscience is devoted to the examination of issues that threaten the survival of the traditional arts bringing them to the attention of our visitors The inaugural gallery of conscience exhibition Empowering Women Artisan Cooperatives that Transform Communities opened July 4 2010 closed May 8 2011 The Arts of Survival Folk Expression in the Face of Natural Disaster was on exhibition July 3 2011 through May 6 2012 and The Art of Gaman Arts Crafts from Japanese The American Internment Camps 1942 1946 July 8 October 7 2012 Let s talk About This Folk Artists Respond to HIV AIDS July 7 2013 January 5 2014 Visitors are invited to partake in the current exhibition Between Two Worlds Folk Artists Reflect on the Immigrant Experience through January 17 2016 The Girard Wing s popular long term exhibition Multiple Visions A Common Bond showcases folk art toys miniatures and textiles from more than 100 nations The late Alexander Girard who contributed his immense collection to the museum designed this delightful exhibition which opened in 1982 The unorthodox exhibition contains no label text instead the case numbers relate to the printed gallery guide giving visitors

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  • Cerámica y Cultura

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    Original URL path: /mayolica/index.html (2016-02-12)


  • WPA Sin Nombre: Hispana and Hispano Artists of the New Deal Era
    for the various New Deal programs during the 1930s and 1940s under the presidency of Franklin Delano Roosevelt Sin Nombre Without Name presents the work of these artists who have

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