Free Workshops and Programs
“Nature & Art: Source, Subject & Spirit" - March 9, 2018 – May 31, 2018
In conjunction with the "Nature & Art" exhibit, a series of free public programs addressing topics related to the theme are planned. All events take place at the Community Gallery, 201 West Marcy Street, inside the Santa Fe Community Convention Center. For more information call, 505-955-6705 or email [bot protected email address].
Cooking With Kids Workshop
Saturday, May 26th, 2018, 10 am to 12 pm in the Community Gallery
Come in for a free tasting of interesting and locally sourced plants. Explore what different fruits and vegetables taste like when eaten fresh from the garden. Discover which parts of various plant are edible. Free and open to the public in partnership with Cooking with Kids and the Santa Fe Botanical Garden.
Cooking with Kids educates and empowers children and families to make healthy food choices through hands-on learning with fresh, affordable foods. They envision a world where cooking is part of life, where all people have the skills and means to eat and enjoy nourishing, wholesome food every day. When children help prepare healthy foods, they are more likely to eat and enjoy them.
The City of Santa Fe Arts Commission (SFAC), an agency within the municipal government of the City of Santa Fe, provides leadership by and for City government in supporting arts and cultural affairs. The SFAC also recommends programs and policies that develop, sustain and promote artistic excellence in the community. For more information contact the SFAC at 505-955-6707, email [bot protected email address], or by fax 505-955-6671.
Images, left to right:
Diane Rolnick, Danc'in in the Rhythmics, Digital painting printed on plexiglass, 56 x 26 x 2, 2018
Janet O'Neal, Pure Tears of the Heart, Beeswax, branches, wood, 32 x 40 x 40, 2018
Suzanne Stern Brant, Invasive Species- Grief Came Walking (3), Kiln formed and cast glass; fine silver, 8 x 16, 2018
Stephanie Lerma, Sanctuary, Handmade paper, watercolor, yard debris and found branches, 5 x 3 x 3 feet, 2018