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August 2014
Open DAILY 10AM to 5 PM


arts aliveArts Alive 2014!

FREE hands on art making for ages 3 to 103, in the Outdoor classroom on Milner Plaza, inside the atrium when it rains! To schedule groups, call Patricia at (505) 476-1212. All workshops are from 10am to 2pm on Tuesdays & Thursdays.

August 5 & 7- Make Animal Masks in conjunction with the exhibition Wooden Menagerie: Made in New Mexico.

Friday August 8, 2014
5 to 8PM

OPENING for the Rag Rug & Art Marketplace! The Museum is OPEN and FREE! First chance to shop a dazzling selection of handcrafted items! Wearable art, home furnishings, personal adornment and gifts! Presented by the New Mexico Women's Foundation, this economic development program helps to create a more abundant life for New Mexico Women and girls.

rag rugSaturday & Sunday
August 9 & 10, 10-4PM
Rag Rug & Art Marketplace

Handcrafted rag rugs and other home furnishings, jewelry, fiber art, unique wearable art, baskets, ceramics and hand-crafted gifts. A Women's Cottage Industries Program helping to create a more abundant life for New Mexico's Women and Girls. Co-sponsored by the New Mexico Women's Foundation» and the Museum of International Folk Art. Admission to the Museum is free all weekend in support of the artists. For details, call 505 983-6155

for 2014 FUZE.SW
September 12-14, 2014

Fuze 2014 logoA weekend of delicious New Mexico breakfasts, lunches, dinners, and tastings, in addition to conversations with more than 60 noted scholars, award-winning authors and chefs, and renowned artists.
FUZE.SW is modeled after Southern Foodways Alliance and Cheryl Alters Jamison and Deborah Madison are our local guiding lights. Their combined wisdom and New Mexico’s long-time food heritage ensure this conference will be a rich experience for all. Space is limited! Earlybird registration ENDS Tuesday August 19, 2014! Register on line !

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