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Breanne Robertson

6 pm, Mar 26, 2014 | $5
 
Robertson explores attitudes toward Latin America in this historical look at artists' depiction of America from 1933-1945.


Where: Georgia O'Keeffe Research Center
Phone: 946-1011
Address:
135 Grant Ave
Santa Fe,
87501

 

Other events in Books/Lectures

Race, Identity and the Poarch Band of Creek Indians

Wednesday, Oct 01, 2014

Anthropologist Kelly Fayard of Bowdoin College speaks.

Noon-1 pm | free

School for Advanced Research

660 Garcia St.
Santa Fe
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Upaya Dharma talk

Wednesday, Oct 01, 2014
Learn from sensei do-on Robert Thomas, a Zen Buddhist priest.
5:30-6:30 | free

Upaya Zen Center

1404 Cerro Gordo Road
Santa Fe
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William Cather Hook: A Retrospective

Wednesday, Oct 01, 2014

Hook guides the reader on a journey through the back roads of Northern New Mexico, the high country of the Colorado Rockies and Sangre de Cristos and California's Route 1 coastline and central valley.

5 pm | free

Collected Works Bookstore

202 Galisteo St.
Santa Fe
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Also At Georgia O'Keeffe Research Center

The West Changes Everything: Looking at the Life and Work of Writer Ester McCoy

Wednesday, Oct 08, 2014
Research center fellowship recipient Susan Morgan speaks about the social critic and literary stylist who was an accidental (but successful) architectural historian from the '60s on.
6 pm | $5

Georgia O'Keeffe Research Center

135 Grant Ave
Santa Fe
Map

Miguel Covarrubias: Cosmopolitan Artist, Art Historian, Curator, Ethnographer

Tuesday, Oct 14, 2014

A panel of reps from the museum, the University of Rochester and the Santa Fe University of Art and Design present the artist's literary, curatorial, art historical and anthropological accomplishments as a single body of work.

6 pm | $5

Georgia O'Keeffe Research Center

135 Grant Ave
Santa Fe
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