Master Artist Award Dinner
Dinner at the Santa Fe Bar and Grill
Tuesday, June 28 - 5 pm to 9 pm
Join us to begin the year's festivities for the 65th Annual Traditional Spanish Market at the Santa Fe Bar and Grill! Come for the great food, the announcement of this year's recipient for the 2016 Masters Award for Lifetime Achievement, and the Poster Preview and Signing with Julia R. Gomez.
Rob Day, owner of the Santa Fe Bar and Grill, has offered to continue the tradition of donating 20% of the proceeds of food and drink purchased that evening to the Spanish Market.
For more information: 505-982-2226
Reservations Requested: 505-982-3033
The restaurant will have open seating for the evening with a full food and beverage menu. the menu is full of new contemporary interpretations of Southwestern-style bar & grill cuisine. We encourage you to bring friends to mingle with Market artists, Society members, and staff for a fun-filled evening. We suggest making reservations for your group for the evening.
Master Weaver Bulmaro Mendoza Lecture and Demonstration
July 14 @ 10:00 am - 12:00 pm
Presented by El Rancho de las Golondrinas Living History Museum and the Museum of Spanish Colonial Art
Join us for the unique opportunity to learn from acclaimed Master Weaver Bulmaro Mendoza. Mr. Mendoza lives in the world famous weaving town of Teotitlan del Valle, Oaxaca, and is rarely in the United States. Bulmaro will discuss his designs, colors and weaving techniques while telling the history of Teotitlan del Valle and the meaning of his designs. Mr. Mendoza will also demonstrate the use of a Oaxacan rueca/spinning wheel and have plant and dye material on display.
Join us for two lectures to kick off ¡Viva La Cultura! week.
July 23 @ 11:00 am - 3:00 pm
11am: The Santuario and Other Northern New Mexican Churches: The Lure for Modernists, by David Setford
2pm: Glitterati: Portraits and Jewelry from Colonial Latin America, by Dr. Donna Pierce
$10 for both lectures; members $5. Reservations recommended.
Attendees will be given a 10% discount coupon to the Museum Hill Cafe for lunch, or you may choose to ‘brown bag’ it and eat in the Museum’s patio.