Museum of Spanish Colonial Art, 750 Camino Lejo, 505-982-2226, spanishcolonial.org
Robin Farwell Gavin, the museum’s former chief curator, returned to curate Trails, Rails and Highways: How Trade Transformed the Art of Spanish New Mexico. The new exhibition draws on historic and contemporary objects in the museum’s collection to trace the routes of people and cultures that shaped New Mexico. Trade made lasting contributions across a spectrum of lifeways and customs, including food, art, the economy, warfare, religion, ceremony, and song. The exhibition is on permanent display. By admission ($10; free for children 16 and under; free on the first Sunday of the month for New Mexico residents with ID).