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New Mexico Office of Cultural Affairs
Offers previews of the many cultural events and historical sites, which include museums, monuments, state library, and arts.
http://www.newmexicoculture.org/
Company Name: Link ID: 5443  
Date: Nov 8, 2009  
Category: New Mexico > Arts & Humanities
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New Mexico Folk Music and Dance Society (FolkMADS)
Sponsors Albuquerque, Santa Fe, and Taos contra dances, megabands, concerts, camps, and other special events.
Mitch's New Mexico Music Connection
Music portal for live venues, performers, business professionals, studios, and producers.
Shidoni Foundry and Galleries
Tesuque, NM. art foundry and gallery with bronze sculpture and Shidoni Arts, dedicated to fine American Crafts.
Charlotte Jackson Fine Art
Santa Fe, N.M. gallery specializing in contemporary monochrome painting. Also has a location in Newport Beach, CA.
Owings Dewey Fine Art
Santa Fe, NM art gallery featuring works by Taos Founders Walter Ufer, Joseph Henry Sharp, E. Martin Hennings, and Georgia O'Keeffe.
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