El Museo Cultural De Santa Fe

El Museo Cultural De Santa Fe Well loved and respected, El Museo is a space for the community to participate with local artists. There are many special events and a Market held every weekend from September until May, this year extended for the summer months.
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This non-profit organization dedicated to preserving, protecting, and promoting the Hispano art, culture and traditions of Northern New Mexico is organized as a Center of Hispanic Culture and Learning. As much an educational and community gathering space as a museum, the Santa Fe Cultural Museum celebrates Santa Fe's—and New Mexico's—rich Hispanic heritage by presenting a wide range of events, from children's theater, to musical concerts, to a great Dia de Los Muertos celebration at the beginning of November.

Operating as usual

You don't need a Passport! Just come shop at the El Museo Market this weekend and every weekend to discover some unique ...
12/18/2020

You don't need a Passport! Just come shop at the El Museo Market this weekend and every weekend to discover some unique treasures. Visit our wonderful local artists, craftsmen and merchants with finds from around the corner and around the world, including all those places we can't wait to visit again.
Saturday 8AM-4PM Sunday 10AM-4PM
Located across the tracks from the Farmer's Market at 555 Camino de la Familia in the Santa Fe Railyard District.
www.elmuseoculturalwintermarket.org
Instagram: the_market_at_el_museo

12/04/2020

The Museo Market is re-opening this weekend!
All government guidelines and protocols are being followed and our vendors are here with lots of new goodies - masked up and ready for your Holiday shopping!
Come see us Saturday 8AM-4PM and Sunday 10AM-4PM.
Enjoy the Farmers Market on Saturday and the Railyard Artisan Market on Sunday and find us right across the tracks!!!

Come see us this weekend. We're right across the tracks from the Farmer's Market. Our hours are 8-4 on Saturday and 10-4...
08/13/2020

Come see us this weekend.
We're right across the tracks from the Farmer's Market.
Our hours are 8-4 on Saturday and 10-4 on Sunday and with over 50 vendors there's lots to shop!
Art, textiles, jewelry, books, furniture, rugs and much more from around the corner and around the world.

Come check out the Market this weekend! Saturday 8-4 and Sunday 10-4 right across the tracks from the Farmers' Market.Pl...
07/17/2020

Come check out the Market this weekend!
Saturday 8-4 and Sunday 10-4 right across the tracks from the Farmers' Market.
Plenty of parking and several new vendors.
It's simple - wear a mask, sanitize frequently and shop!

Winter Market? Summer Market? IT'S US!!We're here!Why don't you stop by?We're at 555 Camino de la Familia right across t...
06/18/2020

Winter Market? Summer Market? IT'S US!!

We're here!

Why don't you stop by?

We're at 555 Camino de la Familia right across the tracks from the Farmer's Market and are open Saturday 8-4 and Sunday 10-4.

For more info call Steve @505-250-8969

06/05/2020

El Museo Cultural is pleased to announced the re-opening of its weekend Mercado Saturday June 20th, 2020.

We are working hard to be fully compliant with the State health regulations and protocols and to provide a safe environment for our vendors and shoppers.

We feature antiques, art, photography, jewelry, rugs, books and much more from around the corner and around the world!

Our hours are Saturday 8AM-4PM and Sunday 10AM- 4PM.

Looking forward to seeing you soon!

We miss you as much as you miss us!  A lot of us are available, either on websites or by email, and we'd love to hear fr...
03/31/2020

We miss you as much as you miss us! A lot of us are available, either on websites or by email, and we'd love to hear from you! (And we can even sell you things!)

VENDOR CONTACT INFORMATION:

Judy Boyd Birds-by-Boyd.com
Maya Brooks [email protected]
Susie Brown [email protected]
Xena Carter www.xenacarterdesigns.com
Kay Cauley [email protected]
Aura Dez www.auradezfa.com
Becky Donatucci www.intothewestphotos.com
Barbara Edelman [email protected]
Bernadette Freeman www.deco-collage.com
Doreen Garten doreengarten.com
Ruby Gonzales www.rubylovefineart.com
Ray Hartl [email protected]
Jonathan Hill [email protected]
Douglas Johnson [email protected]
Susan Kahn [email protected]
Barbara Knupper www.artfulartisan.com
Sierra Lusk [email protected]
Steve Kalminson [email protected]
Peter Mahaim acanthuscarpets.com
Desiree Marceau [email protected]
David Marks www.rdavidmarks.com
Laura Melling www.honeystagcbd.com
Nadeem Mull durangorugcompany.com
Shawn Paar [email protected]
Linda Schulman www.sandmountainvintage.com
Astrid Schumacher astridschumacher.com
Earnest Sohail [email protected]
Mercedes Velarde www.mercedesvelarde.com
Hilary Vermont www.hillaryvermont.etsy.com
Allen Wilkenson redhorsevintageco.com

03/13/2020

The El Museo Market will be open as scheduled this weekend, March 14th and 15th and will open every weekend until local governmental guidance speaks to the contrary.
We are initiating more serious cleanliness measures including the sanitizing of all surface areas and more frequent vacuuming.

We all know what the safe practices recommendations are and need to follow them.

This weekend at the El Museo Cultural Market we feature a piece by Bernadette Freeman ("Deco") originally created for an...
02/11/2020

This weekend at the El Museo Cultural Market we feature a piece by Bernadette Freeman ("Deco") originally created for an exhibition to commemorate the 200th anniversary of Lincoln’s birth in Illinois in 2009. A year later the Abraham Lincoln portrait was invited to “take up residency” in the West Wing of the White House.

Although Deco’s portrait of Lincoln has the look of an oil painting, it is in fact a Paper Collage. Inspired by the last photographic portrait by Alexander Gardner, the portrait incorporates photos of Civil War generals, maps, letters by Lincoln, and other artifacts of the war. Collage artist Deco has a unique handling of the medium that allows words and icons to mingle freely and join with color and shape and shadow to create new striking images. Deco was invited to create a new image of Lincoln for an art show to commemorate Lincoln’s birthday bicentennial in 2009.

“I was excited by this opportunity to create something unique. On a recent trip to the Lincoln Museum in Springfield (IL), I saw a display of large photographic portraits of Lincoln, from each year of his term. The last image, which was only a few weeks before his death in April 1865, haunted me. I was struck by how the war and the turmoil weighed heavily on him. I also recalled poignant eloquence of the letter to Mrs. Bixby. These two creations – the image and the words – formed the basis of the portrait I wanted to create.” The letter to Mrs. Bixby that Deco refers to is Lincoln’s offer of condolences following the death of her five sons. The entirety of this letter, in Lincoln’s handwriting, is incorporated into the background of the portrait; the title of the piece “So Costly A Sacrifice” is taken from that letter. “I wanted to create a portrait of a leader who fully understood the sacrifices and costs of ordinary people in wartime. I saw in Lincoln his compassion and his stalwart dedication to his belief in Union and Freedom.”

Prints of various sizes as well as the original piece are available for purchase. Deco, also known as Bernadette Freeman, is a collage artist working in Santa Fe and exhibiting at the El Museo Market.

Playing this Sunday at the El Museo Market - Texas Blues Guitarist David Noriega
01/23/2020

Playing this Sunday at the El Museo Market -
Texas Blues Guitarist David Noriega

This weekend at our Market - one of our vendors chatting with home....
01/14/2020

This weekend at our Market - one of our vendors chatting with home....

At the El Museo Market this weekend, January 4th and 5th -
01/04/2020

At the El Museo Market this weekend, January 4th and 5th -

Come enjoy the El Museo Market this weekend and every weekend. Shop your favorites and meet new vendors that are here fo...
11/29/2019

Come enjoy the El Museo Market this weekend and every weekend.
Shop your favorites and meet new vendors that are here for the holiday season.

11/23/2019
11/09/2019
Some recent market photos...
10/11/2019

Some recent market photos...

A quick partial overview of our market! Come see us this and every weekend Saturday 8-4 and Sunday 10-4.
10/02/2019

A quick partial overview of our market! Come see us this and every weekend Saturday 8-4 and Sunday 10-4.

09/30/2019
09/30/2019
El Mercado del Museo, the El Museo market, is open every weekend for your enjoyment. Come see us at 555 Camino de Famili...
09/26/2019

El Mercado del Museo, the El Museo market, is open every weekend for your enjoyment. Come see us at 555 Camino de Familia across the tracks from the Farmers Market in Santa Fe. Open Saturday 8-4 and Sunday 10-4, you'll find art, antiques, books, rugs, jewelry and much more from around the corner and around the world.

The El Museo Cultural Market re-opens the weekend of Saturday September 21 (8AM-4PM) and Sunday September 22 (10AM-4PM) ...
09/11/2019

The El Museo Cultural Market re-opens the weekend of Saturday September 21 (8AM-4PM) and Sunday September 22 (10AM-4PM) with new hours and many exciting new vendors!
Come see us this weekend and every weekend until May 30/31, 2020!!!
You'll find lots of parking now available at the old Alvord School directly across the street on Camino de la Familia with a vehicle entrance on Paseo de Peralta.

The El Museo Market opens the weekend of  September 21st -22nd! Come join us at 555 Camino de La Familia (right across t...
08/22/2019

The El Museo Market opens the weekend of September 21st -22nd!
Come join us at 555 Camino de La Familia (right across the tracks from the Farmer's Market) and shop over 60 vendors offering art, photography, antiques, rugs, jewelry, vintage clothing and much more.
Our new hours are Saturday 8-4 and Sunday 10-4.

Photos from El Museo Cultural De Santa Fe's post
08/13/2019

Photos from El Museo Cultural De Santa Fe's post

Photos ©Baron WolmanCelebrate the 50th Anniversary of Woodstockat Objects of Art Santa Fe! We are thrilled to present a ...
08/07/2019

Photos ©Baron Wolman
Celebrate the 50th Anniversary of Woodstock
at Objects of Art Santa Fe!

We are thrilled to present a special talk, Through a Lens Brightly: Shooting Past Woodstock, taking place at this year's show (Aug. 8 -11 at El Museo).

On Saturday, Aug. 10 at 1pm, author Dain Dunston of J. Compton Gallery will host an intimate conversation with Baron Wolman, Rolling Stone Magazine’s first Chief Photographer, and John Morris, the Woodstock Festival’s Head of Production. Illustrated by Mr. Wolman’s iconic rock photography, the two will share their experience of the "three days of peace & music" at Woodstock, as well as their their personal stories about rock legends Jimi Hendrix, Janis Joplin, Jim Morrison, The Grateful Dead, The Jefferson Airplane, Paul McCartney, George Harrison and many more.

Objects of Art Santa Fe opens tomorrow! Get your tickets now!

Learn More
Saturday August 10th:
Talk: Through a Lens Brightly: Shooting Past Woodstock
Speakers: An intimate conversation with Baron Wolman and John Morris.
(Book signing with Baron Wolman following the talk)
Location: Theater | 1pm

Entrance included with show admission

04/19/2019

The El Museo Mercado will be open Easter Sunday with its regular 9-4 hours! Please join us for an exciting weekend.

03/18/2019

Susana’s Room, an art exhibit at El Museo Cultural Galleries at 555 Camino de la Familia in Santa Fe, features drawings, paintings, and memorabilia from Susana’s Mexico years, alongside her daughter, Catherine’s, new retablos and recent paintings—many of them immersed with her mother’s life. The exhibit opens on March 23 at 4 o’clock and runs through May 31. Free and open to the public.

Installations reflect the time Susana Dickinson Ferguson spent in Mexico. And her work since, until her death in 2014. She studied art in Mexico in the 1940’s at the Escuela de Pinturas y Escultura. Among her teachers were Frida Kahlo, Francisco Zuñiga and Jesus Guerrero Galván.

New and selected artworks by Catherine Ferguson will also incude her hand-made artist books of Mother poetry. Catherine is an award winning author and illustrator. New World Saints, a 1995 limited edition collection of hand-colored prints from her drawings with text by Spanish colonial scholar Dr. Donna Pierce was internationally acclaimed.

Poetry readings and discussions times will be announced.

03/18/2019
The Wild Marimbas playing at the El Museo Winter Market this Sunday - noon to 3.
03/01/2019

The Wild Marimbas playing at the El Museo Winter Market this Sunday - noon to 3.

Check out the Winter Market this weekend!!!
02/15/2019

Check out the Winter Market this weekend!!!

02/07/2019

Braddy Romero Ricalde

Braddy was born in Cusco, Peru in 1976. He studied art at the Diego Quispe Tito Institute of Fine Arts in Cusco and furthered his studies of classic European drawing with Edwin Chavez Farfan, a maestro of local renown.

In 2003, Braddy was selected by the InterAmerican Development Bank (IDB) in Washington, D.C. as that year’s promising young Latin American artist. His paintings and drawings were exhibited in the IDB’s Atrium Gallery in August 2003. He has recently participated in collective exhibits at the Museo de Arte Contemporaneo (Cusco), the Monic Golstrom Gallery in New York , the SpaceonSpurgeon Gallery, Santa Ana, California, and the Centro de Convenciones in Lima, Peru.
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He has had individual exhibits at the National Institute of Culture ( Cusco), the Museum of Contemporary Art (Cusco), the Sala de Cultura of the Banco Wiesse, S.A. (Cusco), the Museum of the Convento de Santo Domingo (Qoricancha, Peru), the Sala de Cultura de la Alianza Francesa (Arequipa, Peru), and the Golden Gate Gallery (San Francisco, California).




His paintings and drawings are found in private collections in South America, Europe, Canada, and the United States. For further information about artwork for sale and prices please contact Cheryl Flax-Davidson at (202) 669-7918 or [email protected].

Three casts of young Shakespeareans perform an uncut As You Like it at El Museo CulturalUpstart Crows of Santa Fe presen...
01/21/2019
Upstart Crows of Santa Fe present As You Like It

Three casts of young Shakespeareans perform an uncut As You Like it at El Museo Cultural

Upstart Crows of Santa Fe presents Shakespeare's comedy January 18-27 (Fridays and Saturdays at 7 p.m., Sunday at 6 p.m.) at El Museo Cultural, 55 Camino de la Familia, Santa Fe.

Directed by Brooke Bauer, Caryl Farkas, and Ariana Karp and featuring original ukulele music stage combat, and Elizabethan dance.
Intern director: Brooke Bauer
Apprentice directors: Liam Mitchell and Adrienne Rugg
Fight direction: Joy Farkas, Liam Mitchell, with Ambrose Ferber

Rosalind, having fallen in love with the self-exiled Orlando, is banished and flees to the Forest of Arden with her cousin Celia and the jester Touchstone. Rosalind disguises herself as Ganymede, a young man, and upon encountering Orlando, persuades him to let her cure him of his love for Rosalind. There's wit, silliness, a wrestling match, music, and some of Shakespeare's most iconic writing ("All the world's a stage...").

Tickets $10 at the door or online at https://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/3921957

For more information, contact Caryl Farkas: [email protected]
(505) 466-3533

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Shakespeare's As You Like It

This Sunday, come on down to El Museo Cultural (across the tracks from the Farmers Market) for an absolute fun-fest. Juk...
12/20/2018

This Sunday, come on down to El Museo Cultural (across the tracks from the Farmers Market) for an absolute fun-fest. Juke Joint Prophets will be playing in the theater from 11- 3. Plenty of room for sitting, plenty of room for dancing.

And this is all part of the the Winter Market, perfect for shopping for unique gifts for the hard-to-please people on your Christmas list. Where else are you going to find antlers, paintings, boots, rugs and dentist tools all under the same roof? Well nowhere else in Santa Fe.

Address

555 Camino De La Familia
Santa Fe, NM
87501-3723

Just off the rail yard in Santa Fe, El Museo is easily accessible by Rail Runner with plenty of street parking, as well as plentiful bike racks for the cyclists.

Opening Hours

Saturday 08:00 - 17:00
Sunday 10:00 - 16:00

Telephone

(505) 992-0591

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I had a fabulous time at El Museo last weekend! After months at home, I wanted to buy something nice for my birthday. Museo is just the place! Thanks everyone wonderful there!
...sending Loving Blessings...
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NMATA’s interactive collaboration with Inside/Out is still up and open to the public, Tuesday through Saturday, 1pm to 5pm at El Museo Cultural de Santa Fe. Still time to add your mark to this collective piece that will turn into a stop motion film! Any and all art making welcome! Supplies provided. This show will be up until October 24th. @insideoutart
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