The Magazine publisher and editor Lauren Tresp was interviewed by Santa Fe Found! Siler Yard Arts and Creativity Center, a 65-unit affordable live/work space development project…
Name: Kenji Barrett Location: Albuquerque, NM Proofreading for The Magazine since: 2002 Proofreader Kenji Barrett and his trusty dog, Kai, stop by each month right before the issue is sent to the […]
The City of Santa Fe is looking for a new Arts Commission Director to plan, organize and coordinate arts and cultural programs and services, and represent the City in the arts and cultural arena…
“12 New Mexico Artists to Know Now” opened on Friday, March 1, with a wonderfully packed house. Big thanks to everyone who came out to see the work of emerging […]
Professor Rebecca Schreiber of the UNM American Studies Department was awarded the Frank Jewett Mather award for art criticism by the College Art Association for her book The Undocumented Everyday: Migrant Lives and the Politics of Visibility.
Name: Lauren Tresp Location: Santa Fe, NM Writing for The since: 2013 1. Where are you from? Oshkosh, Wisconsin. 2. What is your favorite thing about New Mexico? It feels real. […]
It’s January, and for many artists that means it’s application season. Was your New Years resolution to apply for more things in 2019? We can help!
The Classifieds page on The Magazine’s website features a running list of opportunities for artists throughout the southwest.
It’s a big month for news from Santa Fe. Four Grammy nominations, two Living Treasures, a residency, an art CSA, and a new secretary of cultural affairs.
Meet Maggie Grimason, The Mag writer since 2017, who lives in Albuquerque and hails from “northwest Indiana, land of lakes and soy beans.”
Her favorite things about New Mexico?
“Mountains on the horizon, lizards, and clothes drying instantly on the line.”
Jimmy Montoya, The Magazine’s distributor extraordinaire, reflects on his twelve years at the magazine. In that time, he’s found a cat, a dead snake, and a wallet in our streetside boxes, among other treasures.
What a year for The Magazine! The top ten most read articles on our website in 2018 were:
1. Field Report: Las Vegas
2. Wendy Young: A Long and Slow Surrender
3. Santa Fe Women: Paula Angel
4. Floating Worlds: The Santa Fe Opera Scene Shop…
Judy Chicago will not partner with her home city of Belen, NM, on opening a museum after residents called the artwork “inappropriate” and “pornagraphic.” Her nonprofit has started a GoFundMe campaign to raise money for the art space and Belen Mayor Jerah Cordova will donate his 2019 salary to help support the museum…