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Gift shop and gallery displaying local artists and international handcrafts. NM Highway 84, Abiquiú. 505•685•4378

de Don

Traditional and contemporary carvings and retablos. Hand-dyed wool, natural dye weavings. 505•685•0568

Raven in
the Sun

Jewelry, clothing & Paintings, by appointment. 505•685•4415


Contemporary interpretations of traditional arts and crafts including tin work, paintings, jewelry, folk art & sculpture. Gallery on NM Hwy 84. 505•685•4829

View The Tin Moon Gallery


The Alliance houses an Arts and Culture Resource Center that is free and open to the public during business hours. The center has a comprehensive library, free internet access, and information about the arts community. The Alliance also assists several groups active in the arts community, including the Heritage Council and the Arts in Education Tasks Force.

  Collector's Guide: New Mexico
Collector's Guide: New Mexico
Arts and visitor information for Santa Fe, Taos and Albuquerque. An updated weekly calendar of galleries, studios and openings are available.

The Moving Image and Media Artists Collective of New Mexico.
  MIMACNM.ORG This site is under construction, but here's what you need to know.
Moving Image and Media Artists Collective of New Mexico is committed to the creation, maintenance and expansion of a co-operative support and educational network of media artists who share resources, ideas, information and objectives to enable high quality productions through the means of collective efforts. Further, MIMAC is dedicated to bringing opportunity to media artists by removing obstacles which might otherwise prevent the creation, accessibility and distribution of our work.


New Mexico Arts
  New Mexico Arts is the state arts commission and is a division of the Office of Cultural Affairs. Its primary function is to provide financial support for arts services and programs to non-profit organizations statewide and to administer the 1% public art program for the state of New Mexico.


Inside Santa Fe Travel
  Inside Santa Fe Travel is Santa Fe's Premier Travel Planner. Use this website along with Inside Santa Fe Magazine to plan your upcoming trip.


New Mexico CultureNet Statewide Directory
  CultureNet promotes the cultures of New Mexico by connecting people, ideas and resources.

Check out the New Mexico Arts Calendar

CultureNetWork is an online directory of artists, artisans, arts organizations, galleries and others involved in the cultural life of New Mexico.

  New Mexico Art Publications
  ABQarts Magazine
Monthly magazine of the arts covering performing arts, fine arts and literary arts.


City of Albuquerque Cultural Services Dept.
City/County Bldg. - 6th Floor 
P.O. Box 1293 
Albuquerque, NM 87103
Phone   : (505) 768-3555

City of Albuquerque, Public Art Program
P.O. Box 1293 
Albuquerque, NM 87103
WebSite: cabq.gov
Phone   : (505) 768-3829

Alford Arts Council
1 Avenida Casa Del Oro 
Santa Fe, NM 87505-6546

The Art Center at Fuller Lodge
2132 Central Avenue 
Los Alamos, NM 87544
Email    : artful@losalamos.com
Phone   : (505) 662-9331

Artesia Arts Council, Inc.
P.O. Box 782 
Artesia, NM 88210
Phone   : (505) 746-4212

Artisans Of Cimarran
P.O. Box 463 
Cimarran, NM 87714
Phone   : (505) 376-2126

Arts Alliance, Inc.
1100 San Mateo NE 
P.O. Box 27657 
Albuquerque, NM 87110-6481
WebSite: swcp.com/abqarts
Email    : abqarts@albuquerqueartsalliance.org
Phone   : (505) 268-1920

Arts New Mexico
39 Camino Sudeste
P.O. Box 4234
Santa Fe, NM 87502-4234
Phone   : (505) 984-2787

Bernalillo County - Percent for Public Art Program
One Civic Plaza, NW, 10th Floor 
Albuquerque, NM 87102
WebSite: bernco.gov 
Phone   : (505) 768-4257

Carlsbad City Spirit Arts
P.O. Box 610 
Carlsbad, NM 88220
Phone   : (505) 885-4591

Chiricahua Guild
P.O. Box 235 
Rodeo, NM 88056
Phone   : (602) 558-2229

Cibola Arts Council
117 N. First St. 
Grants, NM 87020
Email    : cbquig@yahoo.com
Phone   : (505) 287-7311

City of Santa Fe Arts Commission
120 South Federal Place, 3rd Floor, Room 314
P.O. Box 909 
Santa Fe, NM 87504-0909
WebSite: sfweb.ci.santa-fe.nm.us 
Email    : artscommission@ci.santa-fe.nm.us
Phone   : (505) 955-6707

City of Santa Fe Arts Commission: Community Youth Mural Program
P.O. Box 909 
Santa Fe, NM 87504-0909
WebSite: cominguptaller.org
Email    : artscommission@ci.santa-fe.nm.us
Phone   : (505) 955-6707

Clayton Arts Council
P.O. Box 623 
Clayton, NM 88415-0623
Phone   : (505) 374-2439

Corrales Cultural Arts Council
P.O. Box 2723 
Corrales, NM 87048
Phone   : (505) 898-7600

Digital Fine Art Society of New Mexico
WebSite: dfasnm.org

Susan Chapman, President
505-299-7250 Email   Albuquerque

Jean Nevin, Exhibitions Coordinator
505-332-1422 Email   Albuquerque

Ursula Freer, Santa Fe Coordinator
505-466-1819 Email   Santa Fe

J.D. Jarvis, Southern NM Coordinator
505-524-3657 Email   Las Cruces

Joe Ciaglia, Outreach Coordinator
505-579-4170 Email   Dixon

Patrick Carr, Archival Information
505-880-8124 Email   Albuquerque

The Dance Art Museum of the Americas
Box 118 
Santa Fe, NM 87504
WebSite: arts.endow.gov
Email    : info@danceartmuseum.com
Phone   : (505) 466-2891

Dona Ana Arts Council
224 N. Campo 
Las Cruces, NM 88001
WebSite: www.zianet.com/daac 
Email    : daac@zianet.com
Phone   : (505) 523-6403

El Museo Cultural de Santa Fe
1615B Paseo de Peralta 
Santa Fe, NM 87501
Email    : sophogen@ix.netcom.com
Phone   : (505) 992-0591

Flicklinger Center For The Arts
P.O. Box 1214 
Alamagordo, NM 88311
Email    : flickin@wazoo.com
Phone   : (505) 443-8783

Fund for Folk Culture
P.O. Box 1566 
Santa Fe, NM 87504-1566
WebSite: folkculture.org
Email    : pmattair@folkculture.org
Phone   : (505) 984-2534

Gallup Area Arts Council
105 West Hill 
Gallup, NM 87301
Phone   : (505) 722-4209

Gathering of Nations
3301 Coors Rd NW Suite R300 
Albuquerque, NM 87120
WebSite: gatheringofnations.com
Phone   : (505) 836-2810

Hands On Community Art
815 A Early Street 
Santa Fe, NM 87501
Email    : handsoncomart@aol.com
Phone   : (505) 955-9786

Harwood Art Center
1114 Seventh St NW 
Albuquerque, NM 87102
Email    : harwood@swcp.com
Phone   : (505) 242-6367

Hispanic Culture Foundation
P.O. Box 7279 
Albuquerque, NM 87194
WebSite: hcfoundation.org
Phone   : (505) 766-9858

Indian Pueblo Cultural Center
2401 12th Street NW 
Albuquerque, NM 87104
WebSite: indianpueblo.com
Email    : info@indianpueblo.com
Phone   : (505) 842-7270
Toll Free: (800) 766-4405

Institute of American Indian Arts
283 Avan Nu Po Road 
Santa Fe, NM 87505
WebSite: iaiancad.org
Phone   : (505) 424-2300

Jicarilla Apache Cultural Center
P.O. Box 507 
Dulce, NM 87528
Phone   : (505) 759-1343

Las Vegas Arts Council
P.O. Box 2603 
Las Vegas, NM 87701
Phone   : (505) 425-1085

Los Alamos Arts Council
Box 284 
Los Alamos, NM 87544

Magnifico Albuquerque Festival of the Arts
516 Central Southwest 
Albuquerque, NM 87102
Email    : melody@magnifico.org
Phone   : (505) 242-8244

Mimbres Region Arts Council Of Silver City
P.O. Box 1830 
Silver City, NM 88062
Phone   : (505) 538-2505

Moreno Valley Arts Council
P.O. Box 461 
Sandia Park, NM 87047
Phone   : (505) 286-4411

National Hispanic Cultural Center of New Mexico
1701 4th SW 
Albuquerque, NM 87102
Phone   : (505) 246-2261

New Mexico Arts
P.O. Box 1450
Santa Fe, NM  87504-1450
WebSite: nmarts.org
Phone:  505-827-6490
Instate: 1-800-879-4278
Fax: 505-827-6043

Northwest New Mexico Arts Council
P.O. Box 2235 
Farmington, NM 87499
WebSite: wnmarts.org
Phone   : (505) 327-1923

Pojoaque Poeh Arts Center
78 Cities of Gold Road 
Santa Fe, NM 87506-0938
WebSite: poeharts.com
Phone   : (505) 455-1110

Raton Arts & Humanities Council
P.O. Box 774 
Raton, NM 87740-0774
Phone   : (505) 445-2052

Roswell Museum & Art Center
100 West 11th Street 
Roswell, NM 88201

Santa Fe Art Institute
1600 St. Michael's Drive, Santa Fe, NM, 87505
WebSite: sfai.org

Santa Fe Council for the Arts
P.O. Box 8921 
Santa Fe, NM 87504
Phone   : (505) 424-1878

Seniors Reaching Out
P.O. Box 22461 
Santa Fe, NM 87502
Email    : srodp@aol.com
Phone   : (505) 988-5522

Sierra County AZ Arts Council
P.O. Box 1924 
Truth or Consequences, NM 87901
Email    : scac@zianet.com
Phone   : (505) 984-0615

Southwest Association for Indian Arts, Inc.
P.O. Box 969 
Santa Fe, NM 87504
Email    : swaia@uswest.net
Phone   : (505) 983-5220

Taos Center for the Arts
133 Paseo Del Norte 
Taos, NM 87571
WebSite: taoscenterforthearts.org
Email    : taos@taos.newmex.com
Phone   : (505) 758-2052
Fax   : (505) 751-3305

Trust for the Art of the West
1876 Calle Quedo 
Santa Fe, NM 87505

Valle Del Norte Community Center
1812 Candelaria, NW 
Albuquerque, NM 87107-2745
Phone   : (505) 342-1322

VSA Arts of New Mexico
4904 4th Street, NW 
Albuquerque, NM 87107
Phone   : (505)345-2872

Wise Fool New Mexico
P.O. Box 9631 
Santa Fe, NM 87505
WebSite: wisefoolnm.org
Email    : mail@wisefoolnm.org
Phone   : 505-992-2588

Zuni Cultural Arts Council
Drawer F 
Zuni, NM 87327
WebSite: zuniexpo.org
Email    : info@zuniexpo.org
Phone   : (505) 782-2869


National Endowment for the Arts
National Endowment for the Arts
1100 Pennsylvania Avenue NW
Washington, DC 20506
WebSite: nwisefoolnm.org
Email    :webmgr@arts.endow.gov
Phone 202-682-5400

Española Valley Arts Festival
and other arts events from: Espanola on Line



Art grants, scholarships, contests, jobs, competitions, festivals, residencies and internships.


absolutearts.com Arts News - The largest marketplace for contemporary art, international art news, art research and marketing tools, online since 1995
World Wide Arts Resources and absolutearts.com offer two levels of online portfolios for all artists to actively promote their work. Our goal is to provide artists with real international exposure and valuable marketing tools. World Wide Arts Resources and absolutearts.com websites receive tens of thousands of visitors each day, making the sites the most heavily trafficked fine arts portal on the Internet. Read some testimonials from artists around the world who have Portfolios.

Two levels of portfolios offered are the Artist Portfolio, which is open to all artists, and the Premiere Portfolio, where artists are selected by jury.

Americans for the Arts' Public Art Network (PAN)

Americans for the Arts' Public Art Network (PAN) develops professional services for the broad array of individuals and organizations engaged in the expanding field of public art. More than 300 public art programs exist in the United States at both the state and local level. PAN connects the field by stimulating dialogue, discussing critical issues, and providing information through the website and the PAN listserv.

Artists Register

Artists Register showcases visual art by artists who are US residents represented through many disciplines. The Web site serves to connect the artists and their work with private collectors, gallery owners, interior designers, corporate art buyers, public art administrators, and art enthusiasts in general!

ArtistsRegister.com/newmexico includes visual art from a variety of genres, represented by artists from all over the state. It is evolving, with more artists added each month.

WESTAF (Western States Arts Federation) is a non-profit regional arts service organization dedicated to the creative advancement and preservation of the arts in the West.

New 2003 address is:
1743 Wazee Street, suite 300
Denver, CO 80202

Art Education Resources

Art Resources
Part of the Education Index - Search for educational information and links in over 50 categories.

Art Education Partnership
The Arts Education Partnership is a national coalition of arts, education, business, philanthropic and government organizations that demonstrates and promotes the essential role of the arts in the learning and development of every child and in the improvement of America's schools. The Partnership includes over 140 organizations that are national in scope and impact. It also includes state and local partnerships focused on influencing education policies and practices to promote quality arts education. Partnership organizations affirm the central role of imagination, creativity and the arts in culture and society; the power of the arts to enliven and transform education and schools; and collective action through partnerships as the means to place the arts at the center of learning.

Arts Education Partnership
One Massachusetts Avenue, NW, Suite 700
Washington, DC 20001-1431
Information Line: (202) 326-8693
Fax Number: (202) 408-8081
Email: aep@ccsso.org

New Mexico Studio Tours

High Road Studio Tour

Go to Art Tour to view examples of the work available at the tour sites.

Print maps will be available at the
High Road Marketplace,
the Taos Visitors Center,
and at sites along the tour.
You may also email us to request to be put on the mailing list for the map.

For further information call:
(505) 351-1078
or toll free (866) 343-5381

Check out our participating artists at the High Road Studio Tour website.

Chama Valley Studio Tour

Visit Chama Valley Artists in their studios and shops.
Come to Chama for the weekend.
Relax and enjoy!
Ride the train, see the scenery, breath the clean air and
meet the artists.
For more information on lodging and other activities in Chama,
contact the Chama Valley Chamber of Commerce.
505-756-2306 or

Check out our website at

El Rito Studio Tour

More than 25 artists and craftspeople will be showing at 22 different locations. The fall colors will glow and the air will be crisp.

You’ll watch sparks fly at a blacksmith’s forge and view backstrap weaving, jewelry, baskets, sculpture, and tinwork where they are made. A special attraction will be the Skinwalkers young muralists working their painting magic on the wall of Martin’s gas station.

For years the artists and craftspeople of this small northern New Mexican village have welcomed the public to their studios. Visitors can park their cars and stroll from studio to studio. A short driving loop completes the tour. The elementary school will host a community mercado with arts, crafts, and food.

Check out our participating artists on the
El Rito Studio tour Website

Galisteo Studio Tour

This annual open studio tour offers over 40 professional artists with very diverse mediums. Sculptures, jewelers, painters, weavers, photographers, pottery artists and chefs.

We welcome patrons from all over the world. The mesmerizing backdrop is the historic Galisteo Basin. The beauty of the Northern New Mexico landscape draws visitors and collectors from all over the world for the two day event. Galisteans are as diverse as the works. Welcoming and engaging villagers.

Just 20 minutes from the Santa Fe Plaza. Patrons enjoy breakfast, lunch and treats at many of our food stops while walking the hillsides and traveling the rural roads of the village visiting each charming home and studio. Plenty of parking available in the village, maps to each artists studio are provided. Stay at the Galisteo Inn or Vista Clara Ranch over night.

From pastels to charming ranch birdhouses. Check out our website
at www.galisteostudiotour.org

Dixon Studio Tour

The Dixon Studio Tour has been an annual major art event since 1981. Dixon, nestled in the Embudo Valley where the Rio Embudo flows into the Rio Grande, has been long known for its rich Native American and Hispanic heritage, productive farm lands and pastoral beauty. During the last 30 years many artists moved to the valley to pursue their artistic talent and a simpler way of life.

Over two decades ago two of these artists decided that there was a need for more connection with the buying public in a more intimate setting than the craft fairs and the galleries provided. The first year was a great success as have been all of the following years. People loved to come to the little village of Dixon and wander among the orchards and visit the 30 some open studios featuring a full spectrum of contemporary and traditional fine art and crafts.

The Dixon Studio Tour is a cooperative effort with the various artists performing all of the jobs from preparing the map to painting signs as well as coordinating the whole event. The local community has also been included with the formation of "The Mercado" which takes place at the public school and features many home grown and homemade local products. This year a new feature is being added in the form of a "Collected Works" show featuring an outstanding piece of work by each of the artists on the tour.

Check out our website at dixonarts.org

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