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How Things Are Made

8 am-5 pm, Jul 11, 2013 | free
 

Explore booths and displays of handmade Korean paper and paper making. Through July 14



Where: Santa Fe Community Convention Ctr.
Phone: 505-955-6590
Address:
201 W Marcy St.
Santa Fe, NM
87501

 

Other events in Art Openings

The Tree Of Life: Cosmic Symbols Of Regenerative Life and Beauty

Saturday, Nov 29, 2014
An awesome exhibit of jewelry by Helen Chantler and the paintings by Monika Steinhoff.
2-6 pm | free

Reflective Images

912 Baca Street
Santa Fe
Web | Map

SFCC Clay Club Ceramics Sale

Wednesday, Dec 03, 2014
Students present their functional and sculptural works in various ceramic media.
9:30 am-7 pm | free

Santa Fe Community College

6401 Richards Ave.
Santa Fe
Web | Map

GLOW: A Winter Lights Event

Thursday, Dec 04, 2014
If you like Christmas lights, then you are going to love the garden illuminated for the holiday season. Through Jan. 3
5-8 pm | $7-$8

Santa Fe Botanical Garden

715 Camino Lejo
Map

Also At Santa Fe Community Convention Ctr.

End of Days

Saturday, Nov 29, 2014
Several artists and designers came together to answer the burning question of what to wear in case of the apocalypse. Through Jan 31
gallery hours | free

Santa Fe Community Convention Ctr.

201 W Marcy St.
Santa Fe
Map

Iron Horse Benefit Concert and Reception

Saturday, Nov 29, 2014
Award-winning Native musicians Robby Romero and Robert Mirabal perform as a part of the Winter Indian Market.
5-7 pm | $15

Santa Fe Community Convention Ctr.

201 W Marcy St.
Santa Fe
Map

Nineth Annual Winter Indian Market

Saturday, Nov 29, 2014
The inaugural Festival of the Trees sets the mood to the celebration of 200 Native artists, live music and dance, free gift-wrapping and children's activities.
9 am-5 pm | $10-$15

Santa Fe Community Convention Ctr.

201 W Marcy St.
Santa Fe
Map
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