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Student Art Exhibition | Exposición de Arte Estudiantil
Family Exhibition Opening

Student Art Exhibition | Exposición de Arte Estudiantil

March 10, 2022 through March 27, 2022
10:00 AM - 5:00 PM

As part of our School Partnership with El Camino Real Academy School, students’ artworks are featured as a collaborative exhibition. For the past month, students learned about folk art traditions found in the Alexander Girard Wing. Some students had the opportunity to meet contemporary santero Arthur Lopez to learn about his artistic practice and iconography. In response to learning about diverse folk art traditions students explored themes of community, storytelling, and symbolic imagery in their artwork.

We encourage you to come see our young artists’ artwork at the museum. The exhibition will be on view from March 10th through 27th in the Museums Atrium

About the Museum of International Folk Art:

706 Camino Lejo, on Museum Hill in Santa Fe, NM 87505. (505) 476-1200.

Founded in 1953 by Florence Dibell Bartlett, the Museum of International Folk Art’s mission is to foster understanding of the traditional arts to illuminate human creativity and shape a humane world. The museum holds the world’s largest international folk art collection of more than 150,000 objects from six continents and over 150 nations, representing a broad range of global artists whose artistic expressions make Santa Fe an international crossroads of culture. For many visitors, fascination with folk art begins upon seeing the whimsical toys and traditional objects within the Girard Collection. For others, the international textiles, ceramics, carvings and other cultural treasures in the Neutrogena Collection provide the allure.  The museum’s historic and contemporary Latino and Hispano folk art collections, spanning the Spanish Colonial period to modern-day New Mexico, reflect how artists respond to their time and place in ways both delightful and sobering. In 2010, the museum opened the Mark Naylor and Dale Gunn Gallery of Conscience, where exhibitions encourage visitors to exchange ideas on complex issues of human rights and social justice.

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