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A Livable + Walkable Santa Fe

6 pm, May 14, 2014 | free
 
Dan Burden and Robert Ping discuss strategies to make our city more welcoming toward non-car commuters.


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

 

Other events in Books/Lectures

Muse Times Two

Sunday, Sep 21, 2014
Erin Belieu and Henry Shukman share their poetry in attempts to build a bridge with their audience.
6 pm | free

Collected Works Bookstore

202 Galisteo St.
Santa Fe
Web | Map

Turquoise Perspectives and Meanings

Sunday, Sep 21, 2014

Dan Simplicio, a descendent of the famed Zuni jewelry artist of the same name and a noted scholar, speaks about Zuni traditions for using turquoise.

1-2 pm | museum admission

Museum of Indian Arts and Culture

710 Camino Lejo
Santa Fe
Web | Map

Pueblo Ritual Landscapes

Monday, Sep 22, 2014
Dr. Kurt Anschuetz speaks on the archaeology of blessing places and pilgrimage pathways.
6 pm | $12

Hotel Santa Fe

1501 Paseo de Peralta
Santa Fe
Web | Map

Also At Santa Fe Community Convention Center

Banking on New Mexico Symposium

Saturday, Sep 27, 2014
WeArePeopleHere! and the Public Banking Institute host civic leaders, economic developers, entrepreneurs, legislators and groups/individuals affected by a lack public funiding to talk public banks and local economies.
8:30 am-9:30 pm | $10 students; $40

Santa Fe Community Convention Center

201 W Marcy St.
Santa Fe
Map

Miguel Covarrubias: Modernism from Mexico City to New York and Back

Saturday, Sep 27, 2014

Khristaan Villela, professor of art history and scholar in residence at the Santa Fe University of Art and Design, speaks in honor of the opening of the exhibition Miguel Covarrubias: Drawing a Cosmopolitan Line.

| $5

Santa Fe Community Convention Center

201 W Marcy St.
Santa Fe
Map
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