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Fall Season Highlights For a full schedule, visit Lensic.org
Gene Kelly: The Legacy October 10, 7 pm
Cumbia All Stars October 12, 7 pm
Imago Theatre: ZooZoo November 1, 6 pm
THE LENSIC & SANTA FE OPERA PRESENT
The Met: Live in HD Il Trovatore
October 3, 11 am live / 6 pm encore
October 17, 11 am live October 19, 6 pm encore
October 31, 10 am live
November 21, 10:30 am live
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October October All Saturdays Santa Fe Artists Market. Enjoy fine art and crafts from local juried artists. Find pottery, jewelry, paintings, photography, sculpture, furniture, textiles, and more, 8 am–1 pm, Railyard next to the Farmers Market, santafeartistsmarket.com. October 2–25 Plein Air Painters of New Mexico: Members’ Annual Juried Exhibition. Fifty member artists have been selected to participate in the Annual Juried Exhibition at Santa Fe Art Collector Gallery. Although photographs and digital art aren’t allowed, there will be plenty of pastel, oil, watercolor, and acrylic paintings ranging in price from $500 to $1,500 during this three-week-long show. Reception October 2, 5–7 pm, Santa Fe Art Collector Gallery, 217 Galisteo, papnm.org. October 3–4 El Rito Artist Studio Tour. Twenty-five resident artists open their studios. Studio, gallery, and food stops are marked on maps available online and at the stops. Free, times on website, elritostudiotour.org. October 3–4 Harvest Festival at Las Golondrinas. Join families and foodies to bring in the harvest with villagers as they crush grapes for wine, string chile ristras, make tortillas by hand, bake fresh bread, and more. $8, children under 12 free, 10 am–4 pm, 334 Los Pinos Road, golondrinas.org October 3–4, 10–11 ShowHouse Santa Fe. “Lux New Mex” is this year’s theme. A collaboration among 29 of Santa Fe’s top interior designers, the showpiece home will reinvent traditional Western materials and themes with luxury and sophistication. Net proceeds go to Dollars4Schools.org. Preview gala $100, October 2, 6–9 pm; public tours $25, October 3, 11 am– 6 pm, October 4, 11 am–4 pm; October 10, 11 am–6 pm; October 11, 11 am–4 pm, 831 El Caminito, showhousesantafe.com. October 3–11 44th Annual Albuquerque International Balloon Fiesta. Morning and night lighted flights, laser light shows, contests, music, and concessions fill the 360-acre balloon park. $8 per half-day, Balloon Fiesta Park, Albuquerque, balloonfiesta.com. October 9 Harvest Gala: Santa Fe Animal Shelter’s Barkin’ Ball. Pets and their people gather for cocktails, dinner, live music, a silent auction, and shopping. $125, 5:30–10 pm, Farmers Market Pavilion, barkinball.org. October 10–12 Abiquiú Artist Studio Tour. Seventy-plus artists and four galleries open to the public. Studio, gallery, and food stops are listed on maps available online and at stops. Free, 10 am–5 pm, abiquiustudiotour.org. October 14–18 Santa Fe Independent Film Festival. Films, events, and workshops at the Lensic Performing Arts Center, and other locations. Prices and times at santafeindependentfilmfestival.com. October 17 Historic Canyon Road Paint Out & Sculpt Out. The road closes to vehicles as painters, sculptors, glass blowers, and more turn out to work outdoors. Restaurants offer specials, and live music fills the air. Free, early morning throughevening, visitcanyonroad.com. October 17–18 Galisteo Artist Studio Tour. Park and walk
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through the village to visit studios where more than two dozen artists work. Studio, gallery, and food stops are listed on maps available online and at each stop. Free, 10 am–5 pm, galisteostudiotour.com.
November November 14 Open Secret—The Rumi Concert. Presented by the Storydancer Project, the poet Rumi is celebrated onstage at the Lensic Performing Arts Center in music, song, dance, and storytelling. $30–$100, 7 pm, Lensic Performing Arts Center, lensic.org. November 20–22 Recycle Santa Fe Art Festival. The country’s oldest and largest recycled art market features trash transformed by more than 100 artists into treasures, from art objects to fashion. Includes a Trash Fashion & Costume Contest. Santa Fe Community Convention Center, $5 November 20 general admission, $15–$20 November 20 fashion show, free November 21–22; 5–9 pm November 20; 9 am–5 pm November 21; 10am–5 pm November 22, recyclesantafe.org November 21–22 Santa Fe Symphony presents Handel’s Messiah. A musical rite of the holiday season, featuring the full Santa Fe Symphony Orchestra and Chorus. Lensic Performing Arts Center, $36–$80, 7:30 pm November 21, 4 pm November 22, ticketssantafe.org. November 27–29 Santa Fe Winter Indian Market. More than 200 Native artists from the United States and Canada bring their work to this well-respected show and sale each year. A fashion show features the work of Native designers, and a silent auction benefits the Southwestern Association for Indian Arts. Check website for times and prices, Santa Fe Convention Center, swaia.org. November 27–29 Wise Fool’s Circus Luminous. A familyoriented Thanksgiving weekend tradition in the City Different, Wise Fool’s production features aerialists, acrobats, and other performers from throughout Northern New Mexico. $10–$35, 2 pm November 27; 7 pm November 28; 4 pm November 29, Lensic Performing Arts Center, ticketssantafe.org.
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