Cow skulls and other bones are almost as iconic a motif in Georgia O'Keeffe's paintings as her flowers. Bones weren't just a subject for painting, however. She was an avid collector. Sorting out which bones belonged to a specific species of animal was the task set for UNM zooarchaeologist Victoria Monagle, whose efforts helped deepen the museum's knowledge base about its own institutional subject.

"Feminism" can be a loaded word, but pluralizing it has the potential to add new layers of perspective. Some of these are addressed in Feminisms, a new exhibit featuring 13 Indigenous and non-Indigenous artists. 

From the beginning of singer-songwriter Keb' Mo's solo career, it was clear that he was working a different kind of blues. Although early albums stick closer to the brand, he begins to inflect his music — which includes some stunning guitar work ("Kind Hearted Woman," for instance) — with a different sound and message. Even the down-and-dirtiest subject matter reflects some hope.

It's not often that one can peer into a teenager's head, some local teachers say, but a new project provides a glimpse into the adolescent mind during the coronavirus pandemic.

The Red Violin to The Lord of Cries: John Corigliano’s Music” is presented by composer and educator Evan Fein, whose doctoral dissertation was the first comprehensive analysis of Corigliano’s celebrated 1991 opera The Ghosts of Versailles.

Artist Robert LaDuke is fascinated by vintage modes of transportation, as well as cars, ships, trains, and the occasional rocket ship. LaDuke renders them as they might appear in 1930s and '40s-era America.

Tom Birkner's slice-of-life paintings hone in on individuals as they mark the moments in their daily lives. His candid representations show human engagement across a spectrum of activities.

Twenty-seven artists respond to the misogyny and blatent disregard for human rights in the era of Donald Trump in Axle Contemporary feminist-themed juried exhibition.

Dramatic scale and rich, saturated colors pervade the Flatland landscapes of artist Bruce Cascia, whose paintings of isolated farmsteads beneath massive thunderheads are melancholy and dramatic.

Documentarian Ric Burns interviewed renowned neurologist Oliver Sacks in the last year of the scientist's life for his film Oliver Sacks: His Own Life. Burns remembers the man who made enduring contributions to what we know about the human brain in a CCA-hosted webinar.

Not only is Jesse Tatum the principal flute at Santa Fe Symphony but she's also a licensed social worker. While others might question her decisions with questions like, "Why can't you just focus on something?" she contends that her seemingly dual identity "feels very authentic."

The stars give us an opportunity to build momentum if we can focus our energy and stay on target. 

Artist Erin Currier pays homage to athletes whose impact extends from the playing field or arena into the provinces of social justice and activism.

Live Wire explores themes of turmoil and transformation in times of political upheaval through the art of emerging and established fiber and textile artists.

Three more Santa Fe poets offer perspectives on the coronavirus pandemic. The selections were curated by Santa Fe poet laureate Elizabeth Jacobson

Notice a cloudiness of feeling while the sun opposes sensitive Neptune under an emotional Cancer moon this week.

Film festivals, like Austin's South by Southwest, were nixed because of the coronavirus pandemic, but a few have decided to continue with modifications. Chloe Zhao's Nomandland and Frances Lee's Ammonite top the list of the most anticipated premieres at this year's virtual and in-person screenings.

Pulitzer Prize-winning author Jon Meacham's latest book, about the late civil rights icon and former U.S. representative John Lewis, focuses on the early years of Lewis' social and political activism.

Christopher Nolan's Inception is a classic contemporary example of a movie that takes your mind to places you never knew it could go. Here are some of our staff picks for other films in a similar vein.

Collage artists reconstruct imagery to create new narratives, often as a way of commenting on contemporary issues. 516 Arts and the Kolaj Institute bring 40 artists from around the world together to highlight this ubiquity and versatility of this democratic medium.

Artist Vicente Telles gives the traditional art of the santero a contemporary twist in his solo work and collaborations with other regional artists.

Vivo's artists emerge from their studios to present new works in the gallery's first in-house exhibition since the start of the coronavirus health crisis.

Three artists from the same family combine their efforts in an installation that answers these divisive and tumultuous times with the aesthetic beauty of art.

Photographers from the past and present capture the enduring presence of the cowboy in the American West in an exhibition that ranges from the 19th century into the 21st.

The 96th Annual Burning of Zozobra happens on Friday, Sept. 4, albeit without an audience present. But you can still watch it live on KOAT-TV 7.