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Rooted in Native American and old-world flavors, New Mexico’s culinary treasures are a result of centuries of cultural tradition enlivened with the occasional modern twist. Pack an appetite – the most distinctive cuisine in the Southwest awaits.
Today’s Native American communities share their culture with visitors through tours of ancestral sites; ceremonial dances, feast days, and powwows; vibrant visual art, including painting, weaving, pottery and jewelry.
Both the wild and the west still survive and thrive in the southwestern New Mexico Gila National Forest region. Ancient cave dwellings one day, fine dining the next, and all sandwiched around some unmatched biking opportunities.
Santa Fe appears to be awash in gradations of adobe brown yet it is a city of rich colors found nowhere else – as seen by the generations of artists who’ve made this city their home. And color in its many shades and hues comes to the fore this summer when some of the city’s leading cultural institutions located on Museum Hill coordinate a series of exhibitions and events.
Catwalk couture! DJ battles! Lego Kachinas! Indian Market has come a long way from its roots in scrupulously traditional Pueblo pottery—although it still has that in abundance. Last year’s debut of the Indigenous Fine Art Market added two days and hundreds of booths to an ambitious marketgoer’s itinerary, and the main event shows no signs of ebbing after nearly a century at the center of the Native art world. Take a peek through photographer Jeremy Wade Shockley’s lens at the personalities and talents that make for an unforgettable weekend at one of New Mexico’s liveliest and most iconic traditions. (Don't miss the market: August 22-23, 7am - 5pm).
Michael Hearne’s Taos barn dance festival is a roundup of friends, family, and Southwestern Americana at its finest.
New Mexico’s bold young distillery scene is starting to come of age, along with a homegrown cocktail culture that goes far beyond margaritas.