CLAY 2017

CLAY 2017

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New Mexico Humanities Council

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Santa Fe Desert Chorale

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Santa Fe Desert Chorale

Santa Fe Desert Chorale

Santa Fe Desert Chorale Summer Festival
LIBERTÉ and JUSTICE

10 Aug 2017

The Santa Fe Desert Chorale under the leadership of Music Director Joshua Habermann presents the 35th Annual Summer Festival Season. The Summer 2017 programming will be comprised of four distinct concert programs Liberté, Justice, The Hope of Loving, and Music from a Secret Chapel. Each program will offer a free, public talk 90 minutes prior to the concert. The Summer Festival begins July 19. See link below for a complete schedule.

FULL SFDC SUMMER FESTIVAL SCHEDULE »

Camilla Dodson

Camilla Dodson

Take the Kids! A Friendly World with South African Native, Camilla Dodson

27 Jul 2017

JULY 27 * 12:00 PM

Despite cultural, racial, or religious differences, all people are equally valuable. Camilla Dodson, a South African native and former resident of Ireland, offers children a fun, non-preachy lesson in this fundamental principle of a civilized society. The program includes poetry, music, and dance based on themes of equality of persons. 

This free, public program takes place at Magdalena Public library. For more information, call 575-854-2361.

Pam Lujan-Hauer

Pam Lujan-Hauer

Taos Pueblo Potter Discusses Her Art

22 Jul 2017

Southwestern Pueblo pottery is an art-form with a long and rich tradition. Pam Lujan-Hauer, a potter from Taos Pueblo, demonstrates her art and tells the story of pottery, from the history of clay as an art form and the origins of the earliest pottery, to the threats to traditional pottery.

This program takes place at Valles Caldera National Preserve and is free. For more information, call  (575)829-4821.

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