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  • Museum of International Folk Art, Santa Fe| Exhibitions : Current
    the International Folk Art Market Santa Fe Part of International Folk Arts Week Tuesday July 9 2013 Parking lots are tented Use FREE Park and Ride Shuttles at the First Baptist Church at Old Pecos Trail and Camino Lejo 9 45AM to 5 15PM 1 00 4 00 p m International Folk Art Market Artist Mikio Toki Demonstrates Making Japanese Kites in conjunction with Tako Kichi Kite Crazy in Japan Thursday July 11 2013 Railyard Park 5 9PM Community celebration welcoming artists participating in the 2013 International Folk Art Market Santa Fe and community kite flying with Japanese Master Kite Maker Mikio Toki Wednesday July 24 1 4 p m Japanese kite making demonstrations with Hiromi Endo and Masao Kazama Friday July 26 1 4 p m Japanese kite making demonstrations with Hiromi Endo and Masao Kazama Saturday July 27 1 4 p m Japanese kite making demonstrations with Hiromi Endo and Masao Kazama Sunday July 28 1 4 p m Hands on Japanese kite making with renown kite makers Hiromi Endo and Masao Kazama One per family with extra fish kites on hand for overflow extras Sunday February 2 2014 1 4PM Asian New Year Celebration for ages 3 to 103 Activities include hands on Mew year s Wish Sumi e painting with William Preston dancing dragon puppet making with Museum educators and performances by the Quang Minh Lion dance Group All by Museum admission New Mexico residents FREE on Sundays Tuesday March 18 10am 1 pm Artist Demonstration Masaaki Modegi President of The Tokyo Kite Museum and President of the Japanese Kite Association and Mikio Toki International Folk Art Market artist demonstrate Japanese Kite making By Museum Admission Wednesday March 19 10am 1 pm Artist Demonstration Masaaki Modegi President of The Tokyo Kite Museum and President of the Japanese Kite Association and Mikio Toki photo right International Folk Art Market artist demonstrate Japanese Kite making By Museum Admission New Mexico resident seniors 60 up with I D free on Wednesdays Thursday March 20 10am 1 pm Artist Demonstration Masaaki Modegi President of The Tokyo Kite Museum and President of the Japanese Kite Association and Mikio Toki International Folk Art Market artist demonstrate Japanese Kite making By Museum Admission Friday March 21 10am 1pm Artist Demonstration Masaaki Modegi President of The Tokyo Kite Museum and President of the Japanese Kite Association and Mikio Toki International Folk Art Market artist demonstrate Japanese Kite making By Museum Admission Saturday March 22 10 am 5pm Matsuri Japanese Festival Mr Modegi and kite maker Mikio Toki participate in Santa Fe Japanese Intercultural Network JIN Matsuri festival at the Santa Fe Convention Center The Matsuri brings the very best of New Mexico s Japanese culture food and art forms together for a the Santa Fe Convention Center for a day of performances talks and more Sunday March 23 1 4p m KITE LECTURE KITE MAKING At 1 p m Mr Modegi will give a public lecture on Japanese kites in conjunction with Tako Kichi

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  • Museum of International Folk Art | Exhibitions :A Century of Masters: The NEA National Heritage Fellows of New Mexico
    States for their contributions to traditional art forms The National Heritage Fellows demonstrate artistic excellence and a commitment to their art forms through their processes techniques and transmission of the knowledge to others that strengthens and enriches their communities New Mexico residents are well represented in this distinguished group of talented artists especially given the size of the state s population The Museum of International Folk Art holds examples of the works of all the Fellows from New Mexico in its collections from weavings to pottery tinwork straw appliqué retablos and woodcarving Events celebrating the opening are from 1 00 to 4 00 p m The exhibition celebrates the 100th anniversary of the founding of the Museum of New Mexico The National Heritage Fellowship Artists from New Mexico are Charles M Carrillo artist santero 2006 Helen Cordero Cochiti potter deceased 1986 Frances Varos Graves colcha embroiderer deceased 1994 George López artist woodcarver deceased 1982 Ramón José López artist santero 1997 Esther Martinez San Juan storyteller deceased 2006 Roberto Lorenzo Martinez musicians 2003 Eliseo Paula Rodriguez artists straw appliqué 2004 Emilio Senaida Romero artists tinwork deceased 1987 Margaret Tafoya Santa Clara potter deceased 1984 Irvin Trujillo Rio Grande weaver 2007 Cleofes

    Original URL path: http://www.internationalfolkart.org/exhibitions/past/centuryofmasters.html (2016-02-12)
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  • Museum of International Folk Art | Events & Education : Curricula-Century of Masters
    began in 1982 to preserve and continue folkloric and craft traditions in the United States The fellowship covers many genres ethnic groups and categories across the country New Mexico is one of the states with the highest numbers of artists per capita to receive this honor To celebrate the artists and their work this exhibition celebrates Artist santero Charles M Carrillo received his award in 2006 Cochiti potter Helen Cordero who is deceased received her award in 1986 Colcha embroiderer Frances Varos Graves who is deceased received her award in 1994 Artist woodcarver George López who is deceased received his award in 1982 Artist santero Ramón José López received his award in 1997 Ohkay Owingeh San Juan Pueblo storyteller Esther Martínez who is deceased received her award in 2006 Musicians Roberto Lorenzo Martínez received their award in 2003 Straw Appliqué Artists Eliseo Paula Rodríguez who are deceased received their award in 2004 Artists and tin workers Emilio Senaida Romero who are deceased received their award in 1987 Santa Clara potter Margaret Tafoya who is deceased received her award in 1984 Rio Grande Weaver Irvin Trujillo received his award in 2007 Storyteller and singer Cleofes Vigil who is deceased received his

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  • Museum of International Folk Art, Santa Fe| Exhibitions : Past
    Sufi Arts of Urban Senegal June 28 to September 30 2007 The first exhibition devoted to contemporary arts of Islamic Africa and to the life of an African Saint Developed by the Fowler Museum at UCLA as Passport to Paradise the traveling exhibition coveys the ongoing creative spirit and artistic vitality of Africa today The exhibition presents a striking range of 20th and 21st century art forms associated with the Mouride movement a Sufi sect in Senegal with a rapidly expanding diaspora throughout the world especially in American cities Village of Painters Narrative Scrolls from West Bengal October 29 2006 to April 29 2007 The patuas of West Bengal India have a long and contested social history in the region Traditionally they wandered from village to village singing their own compositions while unrolling painted scrolls on themes divided into three genres religious songs social commentary and personal experience narratives The exhibit shows a wide range of scrolls and examines how the patuas are keeping their art alive in today s changing world of West Bengal The exhibition was curated by Dr Frank J Korom and accompanied by an exhibition catalog Power Dressing Men s Fashion Prestige in Africa A traveling exhibition organized by the Newark Museum Newark New Jersey that was on display in Santa Fe from December 16 2006 through February 18 2007 The Museum of International Folk Art was the only venue west of the Mississippi Power Dressing brings together over forty outstanding examples of male attire from throughout the continent and spanning a period from the 19th century to the present day Dream On Beds From Asia To Europe December 16 2005 October 1 2006 This exhibition to examine boutis quilting felt and other textile traditions highlighted in the exhibition design your own dream bed Whether people

    Original URL path: http://www.internationalfolkart.org/exhibitions/past2online2.html (2016-02-12)
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  • About 100 Aspects of the Moon by Yoshitoshi

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  • LAS OBRAS DE UN SANTERO: RAMÓN JOSÉ LÓPEZ

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  • Paño Art
    July 21 1996 at the Museum of International Folk Art and closed January 7 1997 Scholars have yet to determine the origin of paño art but some believe that it emerged in the 1940s among Chicano prisoners in the southwestern United States who drew on the handkerchiefs or torn bed sheets Today paño art is associated with Chicano inmates around the country both male and female who neatly fold paños

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  • MOIFA | Material World: Textiles & Dress from the Collection

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