Museum of International Folk Art

Museum of International Folk Art The Museum of International Folk Art's holdings represent diverse cultures and constitute the largest collection of international folk art in the world.
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Largest collection of international folk art in the world, and home of the International Folk Art Market in July. HOURS
Open Daily 10am-4pm from May through October
Tuesday-Sunday 10am-4pm from November through April. Closed Thanksgiving Day, December 25th, January 1st, and Easter Sunday

Operating as usual

Join us Wednesday, May 19, at 2 pm MST for a Zoom Talk on Harmony at Hemisfair'68?: Girard's The Magic of a People a Zoo...
05/01/2021

Join us Wednesday, May 19, at 2 pm MST for a Zoom Talk on Harmony at Hemisfair'68?: Girard's The Magic of a People a Zoom Talk with Monica Obniski, PhD, curator of Decorative Arts and Design at the High Museum of Art.

Register in advance: https://nmculture-org.zoom.us/meeting/register/tJMofuuorDsvGtbaMQaHl0mBXl9NlzCwJzzW

Monica Obniski is the Curator of Decorative Arts and Design at the High Museum of Art, where she is responsible for collecting, exhibiting, and programming a global collection of design, which includes a yearly architectural piazza commission. Her curatorial practice engages social issues and is rooted in architecture and design history. She has held curatorial posts at the Milwaukee Art Museum, the Art Institute of Chicago, and the Metropolitan Museum of Art. Obniski received an MA from the Bard Graduate Center and a PhD from the University of Illinois at Chicago.​

Alexander Girard at El Encanto de un Pueblo (The Magic of a People) pavillion, HemisFair '68, San Antonio, Texas, 1968. Photographer unknown. Alexander Girard collection (AR.00019.7), Museum of International Folk Art, Santa Fe, N.M.

Join us Wednesday, May 19, at 2 pm MST for a Zoom Talk on Harmony at Hemisfair'68?: Girard's The Magic of a People a Zoom Talk with Monica Obniski, PhD, curator of Decorative Arts and Design at the High Museum of Art.

Register in advance: https://nmculture-org.zoom.us/meeting/register/tJMofuuorDsvGtbaMQaHl0mBXl9NlzCwJzzW

Monica Obniski is the Curator of Decorative Arts and Design at the High Museum of Art, where she is responsible for collecting, exhibiting, and programming a global collection of design, which includes a yearly architectural piazza commission. Her curatorial practice engages social issues and is rooted in architecture and design history. She has held curatorial posts at the Milwaukee Art Museum, the Art Institute of Chicago, and the Metropolitan Museum of Art. Obniski received an MA from the Bard Graduate Center and a PhD from the University of Illinois at Chicago.​

Alexander Girard at El Encanto de un Pueblo (The Magic of a People) pavillion, HemisFair '68, San Antonio, Texas, 1968. Photographer unknown. Alexander Girard collection (AR.00019.7), Museum of International Folk Art, Santa Fe, N.M.

Happy Hanuman Jayanti 2021! 🙏🌺🍌🥥🙏 Hanuman Jayanti is the Hindu festival that celebrates the birthday of Hanuman, a major...
04/27/2021

Happy Hanuman Jayanti 2021! 🙏🌺🍌🥥🙏

Hanuman Jayanti is the Hindu festival that celebrates the birthday of Hanuman, a major Hindu deity, known for his might, loyalty, and protection. Diverse Hindu communities celebrate this holiday at different times, though in many places in India and Nepal, Hanuman Jayanti is observed on the full moon in the month, Chaitra. This year, that is April 27. Devotees will visit Hanuman temples (when there are not pandemic lock downs), bring him offerings as gifts of thanks, seek his blessings and protection, recite prayers, and read from sacred manuscripts, such as Ramayana. In one passage of this famous epic, Hanuman moved a whole mountain and carried it across a distance in order to bring healing herbs to his friend, injured on the battlefield. No wonder he is most recognized for his muscle and devotion! Worshippers look to Hanuman for strength during trying times. This has certainly been a trying year. The coronavirus is currently surging in India and Nepal and our thoughts are with our South Asian friends near and far. May Hanuman bless and protect you!

Hanuman carrying a mountain of herbs. Hindu deity figure. Madhya Pradesh, India, c. 1960. Bronze. 15 x 6 ¼ x 4 ½ inches. Museum of International Folk Art, gift of the Girard Foundation Collection (A.1981.28.209V)



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Happy Hanuman Jayanti 2021! 🙏🌺🍌🥥🙏

Hanuman Jayanti is the Hindu festival that celebrates the birthday of Hanuman, a major Hindu deity, known for his might, loyalty, and protection. Diverse Hindu communities celebrate this holiday at different times, though in many places in India and Nepal, Hanuman Jayanti is observed on the full moon in the month, Chaitra. This year, that is April 27. Devotees will visit Hanuman temples (when there are not pandemic lock downs), bring him offerings as gifts of thanks, seek his blessings and protection, recite prayers, and read from sacred manuscripts, such as Ramayana. In one passage of this famous epic, Hanuman moved a whole mountain and carried it across a distance in order to bring healing herbs to his friend, injured on the battlefield. No wonder he is most recognized for his muscle and devotion! Worshippers look to Hanuman for strength during trying times. This has certainly been a trying year. The coronavirus is currently surging in India and Nepal and our thoughts are with our South Asian friends near and far. May Hanuman bless and protect you!

Hanuman carrying a mountain of herbs. Hindu deity figure. Madhya Pradesh, India, c. 1960. Bronze. 15 x 6 ¼ x 4 ½ inches. Museum of International Folk Art, gift of the Girard Foundation Collection (A.1981.28.209V)



#HanumanJayanti #HanumanJayanti2021 #HinduHolidays #IndianFolkArt #MadhyaPradesh #bronze #deity #loyalty #devotion #strength #springtime #MuseumOfInternationalFolkArt #MOIFA #NewMexico #NewMexicoTrue #nmdca #NewMexicoCulture #MuseumHill #SantaFeNM #Museum #spring2021 #covid

Happy Earth Day! 🌎☀️The earth is so generous to us, and we are so thankful for the beautiful lands on which we live, pla...
04/22/2021
Creating in Plastic Land: Eliza Naranjo Morse

Happy Earth Day! 🌎☀️

The earth is so generous to us, and we are so thankful for the beautiful lands on which we live, play, work, and create.

Looking for a great way to help protect and celebrate the earth? 🌊♻️ As part of the “Invite a DCA Educator” initiative, MOIFA is offering “The Art of Recycling” virtual classroom visits. Students learn to use their creativity and engineering skills to repurpose discarded non-biodegradable materials, and raise awareness about the importance of recycling. In this 2019 video, MOIFA partnered with Kha'p'o Community School, Santa Clara Pueblo, New Mexico, to create artworks out of recycled materials.

Check out the “Hands-On Studio” section of our latest Newsletter to learn more about this program and other collaborative projects: http://www.internationalfolkart.org/about/newsletters.html

We wish to recognize that the Museum of International Folk Art sits on unceded ancestral Tewa Land, specifically O’gha Po’oge, White Shell Water Place, now present day Santa Fe.

Eliza Naranjo Morse talks about creating with discarded materials in the classroom, Kha'p'o Community School (Santa Clara Pueblo), Fall 2019. Creating in Pla...

MOIFA's intern Paloma loves the Bake-neko painting from our Yōkai: Ghosts & Demons of Japan exhibit, can you guess why? ...
04/19/2021

MOIFA's intern Paloma loves the Bake-neko painting from our Yōkai: Ghosts & Demons of Japan exhibit, can you guess why? Keep reading to find out! 🐱😈

"My name is Paloma, I’m a student at the Institute of American Indian Arts (IAIA) in Santa Fe, and have been interning remotely at the Museum of International Folk Art this semester with the collections department. I have always loved visiting the Folk Art Museum, and when the Yokai: Ghosts & Demons of Japan exhibit first opened I instantly was mesmerized by it since I have always been a fan of the supernatural and ghosts. I really like this Bake-Neko (Cat Monster) artist trading card, because it reminds me of my own cat Momo, since she is very naughty, and can be a little monster cat too."

"Bakeneko" by Ranryoutei Shibai. Kyoto, 2019.

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04/16/2021

Juan Lira of Alas de Agua Art Collective shares what he loves about Santa Fe’s Southside neighborhood, where MOIFA and three art collectives - Three Sisters Collective, Alas De Agua Art Collective, and Amapolay Manufacturas Autónomas - painted a mural in 2019. 🎨🌵

Head over to our YouTube mural playlist, “Fronteras y Semillas / Borders and Seeds” to learn more about the project: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL-Dx1Qh-1temJF61__tIZelgSyaSc70Yq

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Who defines art? Check out this powerful essay from Jenni Laiti, a Sámi duojár, about how notions of art are commonly co...
04/15/2021
Art is free when we are free - Koneen Säätiö

Who defines art? Check out this powerful essay from Jenni Laiti, a Sámi duojár, about how notions of art are commonly conceptualized, named, funded, institutionally regulated, and restricted. Jenni's work will be featured in our upcoming exhibition, Dressing with Purpose: Belonging and Resistance in Scandinavia.

"I have never felt at home in the Western world of art, which is built on cultural concepts and constructs and on the norms of what is considered to be remarkable art and how it is made. These cultural constructs were formed in 18th century upper-class male circles in Central Europe where not only art itself was created, but also the way art is viewed, interpreted and evaluated. The concept of art based on individualism, whiteness, heteropatriarchy, the aesthetic value of the work, etc. is still alive and continues to influence us in the background as the norm against which other ways of making and understanding art have been defined. The prevailing norm has been too narrow for duodji, like for many other fields of art. Art, however, is not a monolith. There have always been different concepts of art and different art worlds."

A Sámi duojár Jenni Laiti asks in her essay whether Sámi art can be free if the Sámi people cannot independently decide their fate.

Kites are a happy sign of spring! 🌸🪁 While this is true of many places around the world, in Japan, kite flying commemora...
04/13/2021

Kites are a happy sign of spring! 🌸🪁 While this is true of many places around the world, in Japan, kite flying commemorates spring and is associated with a number of springtime festivals.

Japanese kites are made in a wide array of shapes and sizes, from giant festival kites to tiny miniature kites. This kite, which depicts Kintaro and a carp (symbols of strength), was crafted by
the award-winning kite-maker, Nobuhiko Yoshizumi, who was best known for his miniature kites. While it is under four inches tall, Mr. Yoshizumi made this kite to fly!

Miniature kite depicting Kintaro and a Carp, by Nobuhiko Yoshizumi. Kyoto, Japan (1990s – circa 2010). Washi (handmade paper), paint, ink, adhesive, bamboo, string. 3 15/16 × 2 15/16
in. (10 × 7.5 cm). Museum of International Folk Art, gift of Mrs. Michiko Yoshizumi and the Yoshizumi family in honor of the artist's devotion to the art of the kite (A.2015.40.5).

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#takokichi #miniatures #windnsun #handmadekites #kiteart #paperkites #drachenfoundation #Japanesefolkart #mingei #springtime #MuseumOfInternationalFolkArt #MOIFA #FolkArt #NewMexico #NewMexicoTrue #CulturePass #nmdca #NewMexicoCulture #FolkArt #MuseumHill #SantaFeNM #SimplySantaFe #spring2021

Kites are a happy sign of spring! 🌸🪁 While this is true of many places around the world, in Japan, kite flying commemorates spring and is associated with a number of springtime festivals.

Japanese kites are made in a wide array of shapes and sizes, from giant festival kites to tiny miniature kites. This kite, which depicts Kintaro and a carp (symbols of strength), was crafted by
the award-winning kite-maker, Nobuhiko Yoshizumi, who was best known for his miniature kites. While it is under four inches tall, Mr. Yoshizumi made this kite to fly!

Miniature kite depicting Kintaro and a Carp, by Nobuhiko Yoshizumi. Kyoto, Japan (1990s – circa 2010). Washi (handmade paper), paint, ink, adhesive, bamboo, string. 3 15/16 × 2 15/16
in. (10 × 7.5 cm). Museum of International Folk Art, gift of Mrs. Michiko Yoshizumi and the Yoshizumi family in honor of the artist's devotion to the art of the kite (A.2015.40.5).

Drachen Foundation #kite #kites #kiteflying #凧 #豆凧 #Japanesekites #YoshizumiNobuhiko #miniaturekites
#takokichi #miniatures #windnsun #handmadekites #kiteart #paperkites #drachenfoundation #Japanesefolkart #mingei #springtime #MuseumOfInternationalFolkArt #MOIFA #FolkArt #NewMexico #NewMexicoTrue #CulturePass #nmdca #NewMexicoCulture #FolkArt #MuseumHill #SantaFeNM #SimplySantaFe #spring2021

Have you been to our museum shop since we reopened for in person shopping? 🛍 Our shop carries a wide array of folk art a...
04/10/2021

Have you been to our museum shop since we reopened for in person shopping? 🛍 Our shop carries a wide array of folk art and unique gift items from around the world, as well as a generous inventory of books on global cultural traditions, so be sure to come and explore!

The museum shops are open! We are so excited to welcome everyone back and to see your smiling faces, behind masks of course 😷. The shops at the Museum of International Folk Art, New Mexico Museum of Art, and New Mexico History Museum are open for in person shopping. The shop at Museum of Indian Arts and Culture will reopen when the museum reopens next month. Shop some of your favorites as well as some new items we’ve selected just for you. #shopsmall #shoplocal #mnmfshops

For this virtual Family Morning, we will meet Rosita, a courageous puppy, who grew up in a small village, far away. But ...
04/09/2021

For this virtual Family Morning, we will meet Rosita, a courageous puppy, who grew up in a small village, far away. But she never had a real home and was often hungry and afraid. One day she bravely set off to find a new place to live. Will she find a happy puppy home with Kubi and his friends? 🐶

Join us Sunday, April 11 at 10 am to find out more about Rosita’s story with author Erik Speyer, who will be our special guest. Speyer was born in Argentina, raised in Denmark, South America, and the United States, and also began painting as a child.

Register for the Family Morning Zoom Program Here: https://tinyurl.com/FamilyMornings

The Zoom program will include Story Time and ‘Show-and-Tell’ Time for the children to share their Art. This program is offered in partnership with the Santa Fe Public Library's ‘NEA Big Read' program. 📚


Free Grab-and-Go Kits will be available for pick up prior to the Zoom program. Supplies are limited, and kits are only available as they last. Pick up locations are:

Southside Library / 6599 Jaguar Dr, Santa Fe, NM 87507
(April 6th - 10th) Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Saturday from 12:00- 5:30pm.

Museum of International Folk Art - 706 Camino Lejo, Santa Fe, NM 87505 (Staff Parking Lot) Friday, April 9th from 12-5 pm.


By registering, you are consenting to your child being on camera and audio throughout the duration of the program. Visit the Santa Fe Public Library page to join other NEA Big Read programs. NEA Big Read is a program of the National Endowment for the Arts in partnership with Arts Midwest.

#MuseumOfInternationalFolkArt #FamilyMorningsAtFolkArt #KubiMeetsRosita #ErikSpeyer #NEABigRead #SantaFeReads #MOIFA #FolkArt #NewMexico #NewMexicoTrue #CulturePass #nmdca #NewMexicoCulture #FolkArt #MuseumHill #SantaFeNM #SimplySantaFe #Museum #spring2021

For this virtual Family Morning, we will meet Rosita, a courageous puppy, who grew up in a small village, far away. But she never had a real home and was often hungry and afraid. One day she bravely set off to find a new place to live. Will she find a happy puppy home with Kubi and his friends? 🐶

Join us Sunday, April 11 at 10 am to find out more about Rosita’s story with author Erik Speyer, who will be our special guest. Speyer was born in Argentina, raised in Denmark, South America, and the United States, and also began painting as a child.

Register for the Family Morning Zoom Program Here: https://tinyurl.com/FamilyMornings

The Zoom program will include Story Time and ‘Show-and-Tell’ Time for the children to share their Art. This program is offered in partnership with the Santa Fe Public Library's ‘NEA Big Read' program. 📚


Free Grab-and-Go Kits will be available for pick up prior to the Zoom program. Supplies are limited, and kits are only available as they last. Pick up locations are:

Southside Library / 6599 Jaguar Dr, Santa Fe, NM 87507
(April 6th - 10th) Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Saturday from 12:00- 5:30pm.

Museum of International Folk Art - 706 Camino Lejo, Santa Fe, NM 87505 (Staff Parking Lot) Friday, April 9th from 12-5 pm.


By registering, you are consenting to your child being on camera and audio throughout the duration of the program. Visit the Santa Fe Public Library page to join other NEA Big Read programs. NEA Big Read is a program of the National Endowment for the Arts in partnership with Arts Midwest.

#MuseumOfInternationalFolkArt #FamilyMorningsAtFolkArt #KubiMeetsRosita #ErikSpeyer #NEABigRead #SantaFeReads #MOIFA #FolkArt #NewMexico #NewMexicoTrue #CulturePass #nmdca #NewMexicoCulture #FolkArt #MuseumHill #SantaFeNM #SimplySantaFe #Museum #spring2021

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706 Camino Lejo
Santa Fe, NM
87505

Free parking on Museum Hill! Santa Fe Trails Bus - the M bus stops in the Visitor Parking lot, take the elevator or stairs up to Milner Plaza! Rail Runner: Santa Fe Pickup Connection to Museum Hill.

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If you are looking for more information about The Museum of International Folk Art, please visit, www.moifa.org. The museum is a division of the State of New Mexico's Department of Cultural Affairs, www.newmexicoculture.org/ a diverse organization comprised of Museums, libraries and Historic Sites. Open daily 10 am to 5pm May through October; open Tuesday through Sunday November through April. New Mexico resident seniors (60 & up) admitted Free on Wednesdays; New Mexico residents with I.D. free on Sundays. Youth 16 & under always free!

Opening Hours

Monday 10:00 - 17:00
Tuesday 10:00 - 17:00
Wednesday 10:00 - 17:00
Thursday 10:00 - 17:00
Friday 10:00 - 17:00
Saturday 10:00 - 17:00
Sunday 10:00 - 17:00

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(505) 476-1200

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The Museum of International Folk Art is a division of the Department of Cultural Affairs, under the leadership of the Board of Regents for the Museum of New Mexico. Programs and exhibits are generously supported by the Museum of New Mexico Foundation, through the generous support of donors.

Founded in 1953 by Florence Dibell Bartlett, the Museum of International Folk Art's mission is to shape a humane world by connecting people through creative expression and artistic traditions. The museum holds the world's largest international folk art collection of more than 150,000 objects from six continents and over 150 nations, representing a broad range of global artists whose artistic expressions make Santa Fe an international crossroads of culture. For many visitors, fascination with folk art begins upon seeing the whimsical toys and traditional objects within the Girard Collection. For others, the international textiles, ceramics, carvings and other cultural treasures in the Neutrogena Collection provide the allure. The museum's historic and contemporary Latino and Hispano folk art collections, spanning the Spanish Colonial period to modern-day New Mexico, reflect how artists respond to their time and place in ways both delightful and sobering. In 2010, the museum opened the Mark Naylor and Dale Gunn Gallery of Conscience, where exhibitions encourage visitors to exchange ideas on complex issues of human rights and social justice.

706 Camino Lejo, on Museum Hill in Santa Fe, NM 87505. (505) 476-1200. Hours: 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. daily, May through October; closed Mondays November through April, closed Thanksgiving, Christmas, and New Year’s Day. Events, news releases and images about activities at the Museum of International Folk Art and other divisions in the Department of Cultural Affairs can be accessed at www.media.newmexicoculture.org

About the Museum of International Folk Art: http://www.internationalfolkart.org/


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Peace be upon you, and Allah's mercy and blessings. best wishes to all of us. We, the millennial generation of East Kalimantan want to promote and preserve the cultural arts of East Kalimantan as an intangible cultural heritage that must be recognized and preserved in the earth of East Kalimantan and the Archipelago because if not we, who else and if not now when will it be.
Inspired by the Juvenile Drama exhibit at the Folk Art Museum, my son created his own own artwork and album of music
Dear, My name is Carlos Cuevas Sirera I write to you from Barcelona since I was little I have a great fascination for Tibet, its culture and its art and I collaborate with the Casa del Tíbet Foundation, its director Thubten Wangchen, I would like to ask you if it would be possible for you to make a donation of The Art of Exile: Paintings by Tibetan Children in India. Both the Casa del Tíbet Foundation in Barcelona and the Tibetan community and the members of the Foundation would be very grateful.
Textile Museum launches international virtual exhibition “Contrastes de Forma” Curated by Brazilian textile artist Rodrigo Franzão, the exhibition will open on November 30 with the participation of 23 artists from 10 countries. The Textile Museum, an online art platform, will promote from November 30 to February 20, 2021, the international collective exhibition in digital format “Contrasting Shapes”, which can be visited on the website of the museutextil.com platform, in two models: Viewing Room and 360º Virtual Tour. According to the textile artist and curator of the exhibition Rodrigo Franzão, the exhibition brings together 23 artists from different countries and cultures, who express themselves through the techniques and possibilities present in Textile and Mixed Art. Among these, the interested public will be able to appreciate and know the work of Kristina Penhoet, Marie Pourchot, Renato Dib, Mylene Rizzo, Maite Izquierdo, Natsuko Hattori, Preta Wolzak, Sarah Krespin, Katherine Hunt, Brankica Zilovic, Paula Ceroni Villanelo, Andrea Myers, Veronica Gonzalez Ugarte, Sophia Ruppert, Vanessa Freitag, Kathy Sirico, João Bruno Videira, Star Trauth, Laura Ramírez García, Jéssica Costa, Julie Sarloutte, Ariadna Pastorini, Carolina Vaz. Franzão explains that the theme of the exhibition reflects on the form of the artwork and its content. Theme covered in the chapter “Art and Form: What is artistic form?” from the book, Philosophy of Art, by the American philosopher Noël Carroll, edited by Edições Texto & Gigrafia. For this exhibition model, the Textile Museum also offers the opportunity for art collectors and other interested parties to not only appreciate the works of the artists, but also to contemplate their collections with new works. List of Artists Brazil Renato Dib, @renatodib Mylene Rizzo, @mylenerizzofotografia Jessica Costa, @jessicacosta Vanessa Freitag, @freitag_textileart USA Kristina Penhoet, @momentframer Katherine Hunt, @katherineahunt Sophia Ruppert, @sophiaruppert Andrea Myers, @andreamyersart Star Trauth, @startrauth Kathy Sirico, @moonrisekathy France Marie Pourchot, @ marie.pourchot Sarah Krespin, @ sarah.krespin Julie Sarloutte, @ julie.sarloutte Chile Maite Izquierdo, @maiteizquierdoa Paula Ceroni Villanelo, @p_ceroni Veronica Gonzalez Ugarte, @artevgu Uruguay Ariadna Pastorini, @ariadna_pastorini Argentina Laura Ramírez García, @ramirezgarcialau Netherlands Black Wolzak, @pretawolzak Japan Natsuko Hattori, @ natsuko.hattori Serbia Brankica Zilovic, @brankicazilovic Portugal Carolina Vaz, @ carolinavaz.studio João Bruno Videira, @joaobruno_design Service: Exhibition: “Contrasts of Form” From November 30 to February 20, 2021 Location: museutextil.com Format: Viewing Room and 360 ° Virtual Tour +55 11 976115109 www.museutextil.com [email protected] Ralcoh Communication Journalist: Luiz Carlos de Oliveira +55 11 996447591 and 11 99975 8741 www.ralcoh.com.br [email protected]
Pre-Covid memories of my visit to the fantastic MOIFA last year. Good times!
I seem to have inherited a couple of pieces of interesting folk art back when I bought my home. I was wondering if you might be able to shed some light on this delightful print. Thank you in advance. Homer Jones
For me, the best place to visit in Santa Fe!
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This is Doug MacCash a reporter with the Times-Picayune | New Orleans Advocate. I saw the Beadwork Adorns the World exhibit a few months ago; it dovetails a project I'm working on. I'd like to talk to Marsha Bol about it a little. Please ask her to call call 504.460.3492.
He is a fluotist from Jemez Pueblo and there is a virtual concert series that is supposed to be on the page.