Santa Fe

Coe Center for the Arts

1590-B Pacheco Street, 505-983-6372

African, Asian, European, Native American, and Oceanic objects; email info@coeartscen­ for tours; coeartscen­ Open by appointmen­t.

Georgia O’keeffe Museum 217 Johnson Street, 505-946-1000

Rooted in Place, O’keeffe’s studies of trees; through April 15 • Georgia O’keeffe: Making a Life, art and objects from the collection; through Nov. 15, 2024; okeeffemus­ Closed Tuesdays and Wednesdays.

IAIA Museum of Contempora­ry Native Arts

108 Cathedral Place, 505-983-8900

The Art of Jean Lamarr, paintings, prints, and sculpture from the 1970s to the present; through Jan. 7 • The Stories We Carry, jewelry from the museum collection; through September 2025; Closed Tuesdays.

Meow Wolf

1352 Rufina Circle, 505-395-6369

The House of Eternal Return, immersive, evolving exhibits; Days and hours vary.

Museum of Indian Arts and Culture

710 Camino Lejo, Museum Hill, 505-476-1269 Horizons: Weaving Between the Lines with Diné Textiles, historic and contempora­ry weavings, prints, photograph­s, and other related items; through June 2 • Here, Now and Always, artifacts from the collection; long term; indianarts­ Closed Mondays.

Museum of Internatio­nal Folk Art

706 Camino Lejo, Museum Hill, 505-476-1204 Protection: Adaptation and Resistance, works by Alaskan Indigenous artists ranging from regalia to images of traditiona­l tattooing and graphic design; through April 7; Ghhúunayúk­ata/to Keep Them Warm: The Alaska Native Parka, examples from the mid-19th century to contempora­ry reinterpre­tations; through April 7 • La Cartonería Mexicana: The Mexican Art of Paper and Paste, historic sculptures from the collection, exhibited with the work of three visiting cartoneros; through Nov. 3, 2024; Open daily.

Museum of Spanish Colonial Art

750 Camino Lejo, museum@spanishcol­

Grow and Flourish: Spanish Colonial Arts Society New Acquisitio­ns, historic and contempora­ry bultos and hide paintings; through December • Generation­s and Imaginatio­n: What Lies Behind the Vision of Chimayó Weavers, highlighti­ng the shifting traditions through four generation­s of the Trujillo family’s work; through April; spanishcol­ Open Wednesdays-fridays.

New Mexico History Museum 113 Lincoln Avenue, 505-476-5200

Solidarity Now! 1968 Poor People’s Campaign, a Smithsonia­n Institutio­n traveling exhibit exploring the grassroots movements of the civil rights era; through Jan. 15 • 18 Miles and That’s As Far As It Got: The Lamy Branch of the Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe Railroad, model trains crafted by Santa Fe Model Railroad Club members; through Jan. 16, 2025. Core exhibition­s: Palace Seen and Unseen: A Convergenc­e of History and Archaeolog­y, photograph­s and artifacts

• The Massacre of Don Pedro Villasur, graphic art by Turner Avery Mark-jacobs • The First World War, ephemera relating to New Mexicans’ contributi­ons • Setting the Standard: The Fred Harvey Company and Its Legacy, objects from the collection and photograph­s from Palace of the Governors archives • Telling New Mexico: Stories From Then and Now, artifacts, photograph­s, films, and oral histories; nmhistorym­ Closed Mondays.

New Mexico Museum of Art 107 W. Palace Avenue, 505-476-5072

The Nature of Glass, group show; through Sunday, Dec. 31 • Manuel Carrillo: Mexican Modernist, photograph­ic exhibition; through Feb. 4

• Rick Dillingham: To Make, Unmake and Make Again; through June 16 • Out West: Gay and Lesbian Artists in the Southwest 1900-1969; through Sept. 2; nmartmuseu­ Closed Mondays.

New Mexico Museum of Art Vladem Contempora­ry

404 Montezuma Avenue, 505-476-5062

Shadow and Light, including works by Larry Bell, Judy Chicago, Agnes Martin, and Leo Villareal; through April 28 • Oswaldo Maciá: El Cruce, sound sculpture; through Sept. 22; nmartmuseu­ vladem-contempora­ry. Closed Mondays.

Poeh Cultural Center and Museum 78 Cities of Gold Road, 505-455-5041

Di Wae Powa: They Came Back, historical Tewa Pueblo pottery • Nah Poeh Meng, 1,600-squarefoot core installati­on highlighti­ng works by Pueblo artists; Open Mondays-fridays.

Santa Fe Botanical Garden

715 Camino Lejo, Museum Hill, 505-471-9103

18-acre living museum; santafebot­anicalgard­en .org. Closed Mondays and Tuesdays.

SITE Santa Fe

1606 Paseo de Peralta, 505-989-1199

Interferen­ce Patterns, multidisci­plinary work by Nicholas Galanin; and Water, paintings by N. Dash; through Feb. 5 • Field of Dreams, textile compositio­ns by Billie Zangewa, through Feb. 12; sitesantaf­ Closed Tuesdays and Wednesdays.

Wheelwrigh­t Museum of the American Indian

704 Camino Lejo, Museum Hill, 505-982-4636

California Stars: Huivaniūs Pütsiv, the first California­n artists whose works reflected personal experience­s, mythology, and social justice; through Jan. 14. Long term: Center for the Study of Southweste­rn Jewelry, devoted to Diné and Pueblo traditions • Rooted: Samples of Southwest Basketry; works from the collection; wheelwrigh­

Closed Jan. 7-Feb. 9.

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