May 2014

What’s Going On? – Albuquerque – May 2014

 

May 1-3, 8-9

National Dance Institute Performances

Hiland Theater, 4800 Central SE

End-of-year performances by over 1,000 local high school students themed around adventure in science. Tickets: $10. 505.340.0219; Info: 505.872.1800, ndi-nm.org/content/end-of-year_events

 

May 3, 10 am-3 pm

RAICES Community Education of Traditional Medicine

Raymond G. Sanchez Community Center

Learn about medicinal plants and their uses. Remembering Ancestors Inspiring Culture Establishing Self. Free. 505.375.0155, raices@temazcality.com

 

May 3, 1-3:30 pm: Opening

El Agua es Vida: Acequias in Northern NM

Maxwell Museum of Anthropology, UNM

Based on NSF-funded research by scientists and scholars across several disciplines and institutions, including UNM, NMSU, NM Tech and the NM Acequia Association, this exhibit will tell the story More >

What’s Going On? – Santa Fe – May 2014

 

May 1, 10 am-5 pm

Celebrate SF Tourism Expo

SF Convention Center

Showcases businesses and organizations that bring visitors to SF. Presented by the SF Chamber of Commerce and the SF Convention and Visitors Bureau. santafe.org

 

May 1-4

Santa Fe Film Festival

Hotel SF, Jean Cocteau Cinema, CCA

A celebration of the best in cinematic arts. Over 60 films, panels, juried awards, workshops and parties. Producers and filmmakers will be in attendance. Line-up of films and details: Santafefilmfestival.com

 

May 2, 1-2 pm

Tree Planting Workshop

Railyard Park Community Room

Free. RSVP: 505.316.3596, marc@railyardpark.org

 

May 3, 10 am-4 pm

Garden Fair

Rodeo Grounds

Presented by the SF Master Gardeners Association.

 

May 3-4

Cinco de Mayo Celebration

El Museo More >

What’s Going On? – Here & There – May 2014

 

May 3-4

Corrales Art Studio Tour

Corrales, NM

Tour the studios and homes of more than 65 artists. 505.688.0100

 

May 4-26

Tome Gallery Artists

2930 Hwy. 47, Tomé, NM

Items inspired by the artists’ ancestors. Pottery, textiles, books by local authors, paintings, photos and jewelry. 5/4, 2-4 pm: Reception. 505.565.0556, www.tomegallery.com

 

May 6

Give Grande New Mexico

A 24-hour effort led by a coalition of community foundations to raise money for nonprofits across the state. To sign up your nonprofit or get information, email info@givegrandenm.org or visit www.givegrandenm.org

 

May 8-9

Tools to Manage Drought and Disturbance Workshop

Silver City, NM

Instructor Kirk Gadzia with other presenters and field-tour assistance. Free. Sponsored by the Quivira Coalition More >