Some he­roes don’t wear capes

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Pasatiempo ush­ers in 2019 with a fresh cadre of com­mu­nity voices in our an­nual Un­sung He­roes of the Arts is­sue. Th­ese in­di­vid­u­als live and work be­side us, print­ing the books we read, book­ing the movies we see, plan­ning the events we at­tend, and car­ing for the art­works we visit at our fa­vorite mu­se­ums. We don’t al­ways know them by name, but we ben­e­fit from their work. For this go-round, we fo­cus on peo­ple ac­tive in mu­seum en­vi­ron­ments, pub­lish­ing, print­mak­ing, mar­ket­ing, lo­cal cin­ema, and other in­flu­en­tial spheres. We sa­lute th­ese tal­ented pro­fes­sion­als, who play of­ten un­cred­ited but in­te­gral roles in mak­ing Santa Fe an arts and cul­ture cen­ter. On the cover is a graphic il­lus­tra­tion by Taura Cos­tidis; at right is un­sung hero and ar­chae­ol­o­gist C. Dean Wil­son.

For the third year, Pasatiempo pays trib­ute to lo­cal tal­ent from all ar­eas of the cul­tural scene, in­clud­ing cu­rat­ing, pub­lish­ing, print­mak­ing, mar­ket­ing, and col­lec­tions man­age­ment, to name a few. Th­ese in­di­vid­u­als may be back­stage, in an of­fice, or out in the field, but their skills and ex­per­tise are cen­tral to not only get­ting things done, but mak­ing them great. Santa Fe’s un­sung he­roes of art and cul­ture are all around you. Isn’t it time you knew their names?

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