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Posted: Tuesday, November 5, 2013 7:00 am | Updated: 7:30 pm, Thu Mar 6, 2014.

Over its four-plus centuries of Euro-American occupation, it’s become evident that New Mexico’s wealth is not in gold or silver, but in its flourishing cultural and artistic traditions. This cultural appreciation has made New Mexico — and Santa Fe in particular — one of the most artistically diverse and flourishing locales in the nation.

Santa Fe’s many museums celebrate this diversity, offering everything from traditional art forms at the Museum of Indian Arts & Culture and the Museum of Spanish Colonial Art to cutting-edge work at venues such as the Museum of Contemporary Native Arts and SITE Santa Fe. The Museum of International Folk Art brings global artistic expression to Santa Fe, as does the New Mexico Museum of Art.

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