International Folk Arts Week 2015

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International Folk Arts Week 2015

July 5, 2015 - July 7, 2015

Museum of International Folk Art

All events below take place at the Museum of International Folk Art (MOIFA).

Sunday, July 5


Exhibition Opening: Between Two Worlds: Folk Artists Reflect on the Immigrant Experience in the Mark Naylor & Dale Gunn Gallery of Conscience

1:00 – 2:00 pm
Gallery of Conscience Opening with Artists: Come explore the new artworks, interviews, spoken word poetry, and multi-media presentations resulting from a year’s journey of community-based conversations, explorations, and programs with Gallery artists and artworks.

2 :00– 3:00 pm
Narrated stage in the Auditorium: Slides and conversation with local and international artists, and the public around issues of Home, Displacement & Belonging sparked by the Between Two Worlds exhibit.

  • Camurdino Mustafa Jetha, Mozambique
  • Cenia Gutiérrez Alfonso, Cuba
  • Thomas “Red Owl” Haukaas, Florida, USA
  • Catalina Delgado Trunk, NM, USA
  • Lama Gyurme, Tibet, resides in NM, USA
  • Gasali Adeyemo, Nigeria, resides in NM, USA
  • Titus Steiner Cody, Ramah, USA
  • Luis Tapia, NM, USA
  • Janet, Nkubana, Rwanda, Africa
  • Cilau Valadez, Mexico
  • Akeem Ayanniyi, Nigeria, resides in NM, USA
  • Rangina Hamidi, Afghanistan

3:00 – 4:00 pm
Reception, MOIFA Atrium
Sample delicacies from Santa Fe-based immigrant chefs and visit with folk artists from around the world whose stories of living between two worlds inspire their artwork and their lives

By museum admission: Everyone free every Sunday through September 13, 2015

Monday, July 6

1:00 – 4:00 pm
Focus on The Red that Colored the World, Gallery tours & painting with cochineal hands-on project for ages 3 – 103.

Artist demonstrations in Neutrogena Lobby & Atrium:

  • Zarina Kendjaev, Uzbekistan
  • Beatrice Maestas Sandoval, New Mexico
  • Julia Gomez, New Mexico

Book signing with Carmella Padilla, co-editor, A Red Like No Other: How Cochineal Colored the World, Museum of International Folk Art Shop

By museum admission: Adult single-museum admission is $6 for New Mexico residents, $9 for out-of-state visitors; Students with I.D. Receive a one-dollar discount. Youth 16 and under and MNMF Members always free!

Tuesday, July 7

1:00 – 4:00 pm

What Makes a Place Feel Like Home? Demonstrations by local, Native American, international and immigrant artists. Cut paper, wood carving, indigo dyeing, weaving, painting, and beadwork. Hands-on Projects for ages 3 – 103. Gallery Tours, Poetry Chapbooks, Symbols of Home Print Workshops.

Artist demonstrations in Atrium:

  • Catalina Delgado Trunk, NM, USA papel picado
  • Camurdino Mustafa Jetha, Mozambique, carving
  • Thomas “Red Owl” Haukaas, Florida, USA, beading
  • Gasali Adeyemo, Nigeria, resides in NM, USA, adire, indigo dyeing techniques
  • Titus Steiner Cody, Ramah, USA, weaving
  • Cenia Gutiérrez Alfonso, Cuba, painting
  • Lama Gyurme, Tibet, resides in NM, USA, demonstrates Thangka painting

By museum admission: Adult single-museum admission is $6 for New Mexico residents, $9 for out-of-state visitors; Students with I.D. Receive a one-dollar discount. Youth 16 and under and MNMF Members always free!

For more information visit the Museum of International Folk Art website or call 505.479.1200.

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Start:
July 5, 2015
End:
July 7, 2015
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Museum of International Folk Art
706 Camino Lejo, Santa Fe, NM 87505 United States
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Website:
www.internationalfolkart.org

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