Tour of four homes that previously belonged to four pioneering, Santa Fe-based artists in honor the New Mexico Museum of Art's centennial celebration. The tour will be held on October, 7, 2018 from 1-5pm.
The New Mexico Museum of Art is partnering with the School for Advanced Research (SAR) and Historic Santa Fe Foundation (HSFF) to host a series of events highlighting Santa Fe’s rich cultural heritage. Sunday afternoon lectures on Indian art and historic architecture will be presented in the St. Francis Auditorium and the program will conclude on October 7, 2018 with a tour of four historic artists homes conducted by Historic Santa Fe Foundation.
On October 7, HSFF will host a tour of four historic homes of pioneering artists who helped shape Southwestern art during the early 1900s and were associated with the New Mexico Museum of Art in its early days as a Santa Fe cultural institution. The tour will be conducted from 1 to 5 pm. The Foundation will provide information, a detailed map, and knowledgeable guides in each home. We are currently finalizing the arrangements and will contact all ticket holders with details before the event.
The confirmed homes and guest docents are as follows:
Randall Davey House, speaker/docent Kim Strauss
Olive Rush House, speaker/docent Bettina Raphael
Gustauve Baumann House, speaker/docent Tom Leech
Jozef Bakos House, speaker/docent TBD
Buy tickets for HSFF Artists Homes Tour Here $60 per person. No refunds will be offered after September 10, 2018 for ticket cancellations.
Volunteer opportunities available, please contact Melanie McWhorter for more information at 505-983-2567 or email@example.com.
Other events associated with the centennial: The Sunday afternoon lectures tickets are available through SAR’s web site at https://sarweb.org/public-talks/. The cost per lecture is $10, which may be purchased online or at the door.