As a boy growing up off of Highway 14, Steven Herrera thought his dream of being in the movies was just that. But with perseverance and an unflaggingly positive outlook, he's made that dream a reality.

The Santa Fe Symphony’s concert on Sunday, Jan. 16 features a true rara avis as part of the program — a trumpet concerto by a female composer written for and played by a female soloist. 

Six artists broaden the definition of landscape as an artistic genre, challenging our notions of what it is and suggesting possibilities for future representation.

Dominic Cooke’s 2017 revival of Follies, staged by the National Theatre and streaming at the Lensic on Saturday, Jan. 15, is a superb opportunity to celebrate the memory of Stephen Sondheim.

With roots in Scottish folk traditions, the Maxwell Quartet bring fresh enthusiasm to a performance in Los Alamos, playing with conviction and panache.

Artists Debra Baxter and Dawn Cerny bring together artists from several generations of Bard College's MFA program for a sculptural show that challenges the legacies of minimalism and postminimalism.

Trumpeter Shamarr Allen exudes a style flavored by his Native New Orleans, and creates an exhilarating sound influenced by a variety of genres.

The exhibit commemorating the first 17th-century printed edition of William Shakespeare's Comedies, Histories, & Tragedies can still seen online, offering viewers a glimpse into the history of one of the world's most influential works of literature.

Julia Lambright explores the inadequacies and impermamance of nature in her ephemeral and dreamlike paintings. 

It’s going to be a wonky week so when things get strange, push the pause button and hold still for a minute. 

Yara Zgheib's second novel revisits the bad old days of 2017, delving beneath the headlines to tell a wrenching personal story, which traces the paths of two Syrian immigrants torn apart by the U.S. travel ban. 

Poet Laureate Joy Harjo discusses her signature project with poet Layli Long Soldier.

In Santa Fe Modern, author Helen Thompson highlights the radical architecture of modern Santa Fe structures and why it belongs.

In this New Year’s Day performance, Laurent Pelly’s storybook staging of Jules Massenet’s Cendrillon is presented by the Met with an all-new family-focused, 95-minute version that’s sung in English.

Virtual Vivace, the Santa Fe Opera Guild’s online book club, explores The Merry Wives of Windsor, the Shakespeare comedy at the center of Falstaff

A look back on the past 12 months and the 33 movies that earned the highest praise from Washington Post critics.

Vivo artists explore the clarity and inspiration that comes with the meeting of the conscious and subconscious during the creative process in Awakenings.

Kuzana Ogg's abstract canvases reflect the flow of life in its tranquility and bustling activity and forge an equilibrium between them.

Against the Grain presents the work of 21 artists from nine states who explore themes of identity, time, human connection, and the environment in their works.

With the sun, Venus, and Pluto in industrious, goal-oriented Capricorn we can accomplish a lot in the weeks ahead if we get organized now.

The futuristic Swan Song is a maudlin tear-jerker with the barest patina of a sci-fi flick that wants you to think deeply about its central, morbid question.

In Our First Civil War: Patriots and Loyalists in the American Revolution, H. W. Brands offers a fast-paced, often riveting account of the military and political events leading up to the Declaration of Independence and those that followed during the war. 

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The exceptional stories in On Girlhood explore the realities of growing up Black and female.

With his recent move to Santa Fe, the birth of a daughter, and the release of a new album, the last year brought many changes to Carter Beckworth's life. And some of that's reflected in, in a roundabout sort of way, in his music.

Add a touch of class to your holidays by joining Joe Illick and a specially assembled New Year’s Eve Orchestra for a concert at the Lensic Performing Arts Center.

Drink a champagne toast and ring in the New Year with dance and song when La Emi performs with special guests (singers and musicians) at The Lodge at Santa Fe.

The Robert Fox Trio christens Santa Fe's newest jazz club in time for the New Year.

Artists Francis DiFronzo, Jay Bailey, and Jeremy Mann offer three distinctive views of the landscape in the group exhibition Crossroads.

Judy Tuwaletstiwa brings personal and collective themes to her work, which are expressed through the nature of the materials used.

2022 has the potential to be different, but it’s up to us to shepherd that potential into being.

Writers from all over Northern New Mexico offered up their efforts in more than 150 entries in the 2021 Pasatiempo Writing Contest. 

Memoirs by Eleanor Channell, George Bereschik and Rachel Sue Stofocik notched top honors in this category.

Teen poets Sasha Smucker, Helena Merlino, and Christopher Tenorio impressed the judges in the Youth Poetry category of the 2021 Writing Contest. 

José Mondragón's Nativity, Tree of Life follows the tradition of mid-century innovators from Northern New Mexico, who developed a style of unpainted bulto carving, which remains a popular folk art form today among the region's artisans.

The familiar strains of music by Puccini, Bizet, Donizetti, and Mozart will return to Santa Fe on Friday, Dec. 24, at A Night at the Opera, a new collaboration between the Santa Fe Symphony and the Santa Fe Opera.

Drawing inspiration from nature, culture, and place, artist Karine Swenson creates harmonious patterned works in encaustics.