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Monday February 2, 2015
Dr. Barabra Anderson "Cochineal: The Red that Colored the World" tracing the trade and use in art of cochineal, the insect from which the crimson-colored natural dye carmine is derived. The second lecture of the Friends of Folk Art Folk Art in Color Lecture Series. A series of free lectures presented exclusively for Friends of Folk Art members. Not a member? JOIN NOW! Please RSVP for EACH lecture by calling 505 982-7799, extension 8
Sunday February 15, 2015
Artist demonstration with New Mexico wood carvers on the final day to experience the exhibition Wooden Menagerie: Made in New Mexico
By Museum admission, new Mexico residents free every Sunday!