750 Camino Lejo Santa Fe, NM 87505 505-982-2226

 

Wednesday, June 7, 2017
Presented by: Spanish Market Artist, Jerry Montoya
All Workshops are from 10 am - 2pm
Museum of Spanish Colonial Art

Jerry Montoya juried into Spanish Market in 2013 for Retablos and Tin and Innovations Within Tradition in 2015 . He has been creating this style of art for almost twenty years. Montoya's style of retablos can be attributed to his friends and mentors Charlie Carrillo and Arlene Cisneros Sena. His style of Tinwork is called "Repujado" or "Repousse" which is a form of free hand embossing .

Arts Alive are FREE hands-on workshops for all ages!

ALL WORKSHOPS ARE FROM 10AM - 2PM

Programs begin on the hour. Children must be accompanied by an adult. Groups of six or more, please call to guarantee free admission to the museum.

Group Contact
(505) 982 - 2226 x109
admissions@spanishcolonial.org

Saturday, June 10, 2017 at 2pm
Stewart Udall Center for Museum Resources
Presented By: Barbara Cleaver

Find out about the clothing, jewelry and hair style that Frida Kahlo chose to make herself a symbol of her homeland and a fashion icon. Barbara Cleaver, a collector and researcher of vintage Mexican textiles, will give an illustrated talk on the attire adopted by the famed painter who used the traditional Tehuana clothing admired by her husband, Diego Rivera, to assert her Mexican nationality and create a signature look, admired at home and abroad.

As part of the lecture series complementing the exhibition Mirror, Mirror: Photographs of Frida Kahlo, this lecture will be presented in the Udall Museum Services Center directly across Camino Lejo from the Museum of Spanish Colonial Art.

SCAS Members $10 and General Admission $20
Space is limited! For more information
please call (505) 982 - 2226

Wednesday, June 14, 2017
Presented by: Spanish Market Artist,
Margarito Mondragón
All Workshops are from 10 am - 2pm
Museum of Spanish Colonial Art

World-renowned Spanish Colonial artist Margarito Mondragón is a New Mexico native. His works have inspired the faithful for decades, and are prized by many discerning art lovers. He creates both traditional and innovative new art using the traditional Spanish Colonial forms of bultos and retablos.He juried into the prestigious Spanish Colonial Arts Society Spanish Market in 1996 and his work is featured at the annual Spanish Market in Santa Fe, New Mexico.

Arts Alive are FREE hands-on workshops for all ages!

ALL WORKSHOPS ARE FROM 10AM - 2PM

Programs begin on the hour. Children must be accompanied by an adult. Groups of six or more, please call to guarantee free admission to the museum.

Group Contact
(505) 982 - 2226 x109
admissions@spanishcolonial.org

 

 

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