Upcoming Events : 


Opening Friday, November 29, 5-7pm through December 24, 2019
Regalos, A holiday small works show of over 50 artists
Hecho A Mano, 830 Canyon Rd, Santa Fe, NM 87501

Opening Friday, February 28, 2020 5-7pm
Hecho A Mano Solo Exhibition Opening
Hecho A Mano, 830 Canyon Rd, Santa Fe, NM 87501


Past Events :


Sat, November 9, 2019
Student Pottery Exhibition
A group show featuring the current work of students at Green River Pottery 
1710 Lena Street, Santa Fe

Sat, October 26, 2019 | 12 - 6pm
Prickly Poppy Pop-Up
An autumn home exhibition and market by 12 local artists.
Peralta, 320 Paseo De Peralta unit H, Santa Fe, 87501


November 11, 2018 | 4 - 6 pm 
Northern Jaguar Project Talk + Jaguar Perfume Release Party
Before habitat loss and overhunting almost killed them all, jaguars called New Mexico home. Come hear about the awesome bi-national work being done in the borderlands to protect jaguars, and smell Dryland Wild’s newest wildcrafted perfume harvested from the Jaguar Reserve! Be one of 100 people to buy a bottle and experience the wild smells of the deep canyons and remote acacia deserts where these beautiful creatures still roam. 15% of Jaguar Perfume sales go to the Northern Jaguar Project. Door prize of Dryland Wilds gift box. Event is free, space is limited.
* Hand-printed original jaguar & plant prints will be available for purchase! *
Dandelion Guild, 1925 Rosinia St., Santa Fe

October 20th and 21st and 27th and 28th, 2018  (Saturday and Sunday)  11-6pm
Maize Maze (20th annual!)  
The Los Poblanos Fields Open Space: 1701 Montano, Albuquerque

Spring 2018 - Spring 2019
LOBO
An art exhibition and accompanying graphic novel of The World’d Greatest Wolf Story by Ernest Thompson Seaton, illustrated by 55 artists.
Academy for the Love of Learning, Santa Fe

Friday, 2/23 - Saturday, 3/17 2018
MIRROR BOX, A group exhibition curated by Strangers Collective
Kyle Farrell, Alex Gill and Jordan Eddy, co-directors of Strangers Collective and the No Land art space, curate this exhibition of emerging artists and writers at form & concept. The show engages a network of early career creatives, anchored in Santa Fe and spiraling across the nation. Its curatorial throughline presents a radical method for reflecting on place and identity through art objects.
Form & Concept, 435 S. Guadalupe St., Santa Fe, NM 87501

July 22-August 6, 2017
Ruminations & Remnants, A pop-up exhibiton of illustrations and prints by Kat Kinnick and Zahra Marwan
hosted by Strangers Collective Kat Kinnick and Zahra Marwan met just a few months ago, and exhibited together for the first time in late June. The joint show was in a red barn at the Rio Grande Community Farm in Albuquerque, with illustrations and prints hanging from the rafters and pinned to alfalfa bales. In a new version of the pop-up exhibition, Kinnick and Marwan travel from the humble farm to a gallery on the Santa Fe Plaza. Though they’ve landed in a more traditional art venue, the artists maintain a down-to-earth philosophy about their work. Both of them blend natural imagery with personal narratives, seeking to connect with diverse audiences.
NO LAND, 54 1/2 E. San Francisco St. #7







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