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In addition to being the eponymous seat of Santa Fe County , it has approximately 83, inhabitants with a metropolitan area population of approximately , The city's subalpine land elevation is 7, feet above sea level , making it the third most highest city in elevation in the United States.
The area of Santa Fe has been continuously occupied since BCE , originally inhabited by prehistoric Pueblo and Tanoan hunter-gatherers. Formal settlements spread in the early s, making Santa Fe one of the oldest continuously occupied sites in the Western Hemisphere.
The full name of the City of Santa Fe Spanish: After Diego de Vargas reconquered the city for New Spain in the late s, it remained under Spanish rule for more than a century. Santa Fe was designated the capital of the U.
State of New Mexico in As the cultural and economic centre of New Mexico , the city exerts substantial influence in the state's politics , education , entertainment , environment , media , fashion , science , culture , and the arts.
While it possesses modern infrastructure, the city has preserved the look and feel of many of its historic neighborhoods and streets. Its landmarks include the Cathedral Basilica of St. In addition to numerous parks and woodlands, the Santa Fe National Forest is within its northern city limits. The city has one of the most expensive real estate and rental markets in the country. The area of Santa Fe was originally occupied by indigenous Tanoan peoples, who lived in numerous Pueblo villages along the Rio Grande.
One of the earliest known settlements in what today is downtown Santa Fe came sometime after CE. The river had a year-round flow until the s. By the 20th century the Santa Fe River was a seasonal waterway.
Discontent with the colonization practices led to the Pueblo Revolt , when groups of different Native Pueblo peoples were successful in driving the Spaniards out of the area now known as New Mexico, maintaining their independence from to , when the territory was reconquered by Don Diego de Vargas.
When the area was still under Spanish rule, the Chouteau brothers of Saint Louis gained a monopoly on the fur trade, before the United States acquired Missouri under the Louisiana Purchase of In , a small military and trading expedition set out from Austin , intending to take control of the Santa Fe Trail.
Known as the Texan Santa Fe Expedition , the force was poorly prepared and was easily captured by the Mexican army. In , the United States declared war on Mexico.
Brigadier General Stephen W. By the U. Colonel Alexander William Doniphan , under the command of Kearny, recovered ammunition from Santa Fe labeled "Spain " showing both the [lack of] quality of communication and military support New Mexico received under Mexican rule. Louis, New Orleans, and Mexico City.
Sibley was forced to withdraw after Union troops destroyed his logistical trains following the Battle of Glorieta Pass. The Santa Fe National Cemetery was created by the federal government after the war in to inter the Union soldiers who died fighting there.
But as the tracks were constructed into New Mexico, the civil engineers decided that it was more practical to go through Lamy , a town in Santa Fe County to the south of Santa Fe.
A branch line was completed from Lamy to Santa Fe in Neither were sufficient to offset the negative effects of Santa Fe having been bypassed by the main railroad route. It suffered gradual economic decline into the early 20th century. Activists created a number of resources for the arts and archaeology , notably the School of American Research , created in under the leadership of the prominent archaeologist Edgar Lee Hewett.
In the early 20th century, Santa Fe became a base for numerous writers and artists. Together the two women started the development of the Pueblo Indian pottery industry, helping native women to market their wares. They contributed to the founding of the annual Santa Fe Indian Market. In , when the town's population was approximately 5, people, the city's civic leaders designed and enacted a sophisticated city plan that incorporated elements of the contemporary City Beautiful movement, city planning, and historic preservation.
The latter was particularly influenced by similar movements in Germany. The plan anticipated limited future growth, considered the scarcity of water, and recognized the future prospects of suburban development on the outskirts.
The planners foresaw conflicts between preservationists and scientific planners and set forth the principle that historic streets and structures should be preserved and that new development must be in harmony with the city's character. However, artists and writers, as well as retirees, were attracted to the cultural richness of the area, the beauty of the landscapes, and its dry climate.
Local leaders began promoting the city as a tourist attraction. The city sponsored architectural restoration projects and erected new buildings according to traditional techniques and styles, thus creating the Santa Fe Style. When Hewett tried to attract a summer program for Texas women, many artists rebelled, saying the city should not promote artificial tourism at the expense of its artistic culture. The writers and artists formed the Old Santa Fe Association and defeated the plan.
Beginning in June , the Department of Justice arrested Japanese-American men after the attack on Pearl Harbor ; they held them near Santa Fe, in a former Civilian Conservation Corps site that had been acquired and expanded for the purpose. Although there was a lack of evidence and no due process , the men were held on suspicion of fifth column activity. The camp remained open past the end of the war; the last detainees were released in mid The facility was closed and sold as surplus soon after.
According to the United States Census Bureau , the city has a total area of But with a low precipitation, is more similar to the climates of Turkey that fall into this category. The city usually receives 6 to 8 snowfalls a year between November and April. The Spanish laid out the city according to the " Laws of the Indies ", town planning rules and ordinances which had been established in by King Philip II. The fundamental principle was that the town be laid out around a central plaza.
On its north side was the Palace of the Governors , while on the east was the church that later became the Cathedral Basilica of Saint Francis of Assisi. An important style implemented in planning the city was the radiating grid of streets centering from the central Plaza. Many were narrow and included small alley-ways, but each gradually merged into the more casual byways of the agricultural perimeter areas. As the city grew throughout the 19th century, the building styles evolved too, so that by statehood in , the eclectic nature of the buildings caused it to look like "Anywhere USA".
To achieve that goal, the city created the idea of imposing a unified building style — the Spanish Pueblo Revival look, which was based on work done restoring the Palace of the Governors. The sources for this style came from the many defining features of local architecture: After this style became official: By there was a broadening to include the "Territorial", a style of the pre-statehood period which included the addition of portales large, covered porches and white-painted window and door pediments and also sometimes terra cotta tiles on sloped roofs, but with flat roofs still dominating.
The city had become "different". However, "in the rush to pueblofy"  Santa Fe, the city lost a great deal of its architectural history and eclecticism.
Among the architects most closely associated with this new style are T. Charles Gaastra and John Gaw Meem. By an ordinance passed in , new and rebuilt buildings, especially those in designated historic districts, must exhibit a Spanish Territorial or Pueblo style of architecture, with flat roofs and other features suggestive of the area's traditional adobe construction.
However, many contemporary houses in the city are built from lumber, concrete blocks, and other common building materials, but with stucco surfaces sometimes referred to as "faux-dobe", pronounced as one word: In a September report by Angelou Economics, it was determined that Santa Fe should focus their economic development efforts in the following seven industries: Angelou Economics recognized three economic signs that Santa Fe's economy was at risk of long term deterioration. These signs were; a lack of business diversity which tied the city too closely to fluctuations in tourism and the government sector; the beginnings of urban sprawl, as a result of Santa Fe County growing faster than the city, meaning people will move farther outside the city to find land and lower costs for housing; and an aging population coupled with a rapidly shrinking population of individuals under 45 years old, making Santa Fe less attractive to business recruits.
The seven industries recommended by the report "represent a good mix for short-, mid-, and long-term economic cultivation. In consultation with members of community groups, who were encouraged to provide feedback, the consultants made a wide range of recommendations in the plan now published for public and city review.
The city of Santa Fe is a charter city. The city is divided into four electoral districts , each represented by two councilors. Councilors are elected to staggered four-year terms and one councilor from each district is elected every two years.
The municipal judgeship is an elected position and a requirement of the holder is that they be a member of the state bar. The judge is elected to four-year terms. The mayor is the chief executive officer of the city and is a member of the governing body. The mayor has numerous powers and duties, and while previously the mayor could only vote when there was a tie among the city council, the city charter was amended by referendum in to allow the mayor to vote on all matters in front of the council.
Starting in , the position of mayor will be a full-time professional paid position within city government. Article V Day-to-day operations of the municipality are undertaken by the city manager's office. It also contains the primary United States Postal Service post office in the city. Courthouse building, constructed in , was added to the National Register of Historic Places in In , the city was listed among the 10 best places to retire in the U.
Canyon Road, east of the Plaza, has the highest concentration of art galleries in the city, and is a major destination for international collectors, tourists and locals. The Canyon Road galleries showcase a wide array of contemporary, Southwestern , indigenous American, and experimental art, in addition to Russian, Taos Masters , and Native American pieces. Santa Fe also contains a lively contemporary art scene, with Meow Wolf as its main art collective.
Backed by author George R. Martin ,  Meow Wolf opened an elaborate art installation space, called House of Eternal Return, in There are many outdoor sculptures, including many statues of Francis of Assisi , and several other holy figures, such as Kateri Tekakwitha.
The styles run the whole spectrum from Baroque to Post-modern. Numerous authors followed the influx of specialists in the visual arts. Well-known writers like D. Walker Percy lived on a dude ranch outside of Santa Fe before returning to Louisiana to begin his literary career.
Santa Fe's daily newspaper is the Santa Fe New Mexican and each Friday, it publishes Pasatiempo , its long-running calendar and commentary on arts and events. It publishes critical reviews and profiles New Mexico based artists monthly. Each Wednesday the alternative weekly newspaper, the Santa Fe Reporter , publishes information on the arts and culture of Santa Fe. Founded in , Performance Santa Fe brings celebrated and legendary musicians as well as some of the world's greatest dancers and actors to the city from August through May.
The project is located at Old Taos Highway. July 17, 3: Tuesdays from 3 to 6 pm through September 25th. And, it's not just a farmers market! July 17, 4: July 18, July 18, 4: Free program for children 6 months to 2 years old and their caregivers. July 19, 5: July 19, Today, Walk with a Community physician from Christus St. July 20, 6: July 20, July 20, 5: Join us for a free evening of art, live music, Mexican food, dancing, hands-on art activities, poetry and an outdoor screening of "Tesoros" directed by Maria Novaro.
July 21, July 21, 6: Jenny and the Mexicats, originally from southern Spain, create an "impressive mix of rockabilly, cumbia, jazz, and flamenco". July 22, 6: July 22, July 24, 5: July 24, 3: Tuesdays from 3 to 6 pm through September 25 has much to offer! July 25, 5: July 25, Check out the statue of Thomas Maciaone, a local artist and controversial character, in the park dedicated to his name E. Marcy at Paseo de Peralta and Hillside Avenue , the lovely tiled tower and interpretive signage that illustrate and describe the historic agricultural use of Torreon Park neighborhood W.
Alameda between Huddleson and Sam Streets or the extraordinary murals of alien prairie dogs playing baseball at the Franklin E. Miles Park Camino Carlos Rey next to the baseball fields. One of the best-kept secret spots to watch the sunset in downtown Santa Fe is Prince park just above the historical commemorative walkway to the Cross of the Martys N.
E side of Paseo de Peralta between E. Marcy and Otero Streets. Dog-lovers will enjoy letting their pets run off-leash at the plus acre Frank S. Meow Wolf Event Type: Oct 27, 10pm Chango Location: Oct 27, all day The Fence Location: Gallery Openings Annual exhibit of local and national photographers' work shown along the Railyard bike path.
Peters Projects Event Type: Gallery Openings An exhibition of works and new book of the same title by the Santa Fe fine art photographer. Oct 27, all day Optical and Pattern Paintings Location: David Richard Gallery Event Type: Oct 27, 9pm-2am Minnesota Location: Bandelier National Monument Event Type: Visit pre-historic ruins, shrines, and pictographs.
Imagine living here years ago. Camp in "The Narrows" of Frijoles Canyon. Museum Events The Black Place presents the artists' works in conversation, providing two views of a singular setting. Michael Namingha is a Santa Fe—based, multidisciplinary artist who visited the Black Place in , and responded with artwork that merges drone photography with digital graphics.
During museum hours, with museum admission. Manitou Galleries Downtown Event Type: Gallery Openings Known for her paintings of horses, Ethelinda shows paintings of horses and more. Gallery Openings Paintings, sculpture, kiln glass, assemblage, collage, and monoprints in this new show. Faith in New Mexico Location: Gallery Openings Fourteen original archival photographs exploring faith.
The Mother Road Location: Gallery Openings During the course of several road trips, Angel Wynn traveled the remnants of most of Route She presents mixed-media work from her photographs. Piracy is a Feminist Act Location: Jean Cocteau Cinema Event Type: Gallery Openings Mixed media paintings and drawings by Julianna Coles, who reveals the extraordinary lives of female pirates who dared to live life on their own terms.
Molecule Design Event Type: Gallery Openings Colin Barker uses the four colors available in fluorescent plexiglass to make sculpture representing the four nucleotides that make up DNA. Gallery Openings In her first public show in almost a decade, Kathleen Morris will present new and recent paintings and three-dimensional works.
The artist will be at work and available in her adjoining studio several days a week and by appointment during the length of the exhibition. Edition One Gallery Event Type: Gallery Openings The gallery presents their second show of legends of rock and pop, photographed by the men and women who were on assignment or simply at the right place at the right time with a vision and a camera.
Zalma Lofton Gallery Event Type: Gallery Openings A show dedicated to the human anatomy without skin—jaw bones, skulls, and skeletons is what you'll find—presented from an artistic point of view. Taos Pueblo Contemporary Location: The exhibition honors those relationships and the Pueblo artists who continue to redefine Native art and identity. New Concept Gallery Event Type: Gallery Openings Plein air paintings that are translations of nature and the landscapes of New Mexico and Southern Colorado.
Gallery Openings Simpson, an artist with a career stretching back to the s, shows paintings that use interference pigments to explore light. Gallery Openings Three artists question how place, space, and time inform and shape our memories. Heinley Fine Arts Event Type: Sight Becomes Insight Location: LewAllen Galleries Event Type: Gallery Openings The San Francisco artist shows a new group of abstract expressionist paintings.
Blue Rain Event Type: Gallery Openings The Idaho-based painter shows oil paintings of the architecture and landscape of the American West. Gallery Openings TerBush shows his dramatic landscapes. A Halloween Show Location: Ventana Fine Art Event Type: Bourguignon was a modernist painter who also worked in expressionism.
Gallery Openings Santa Fe artist Matthew Mullins presents a solo exhibition of paintings, photographs and sculptures, inspired by the intrinsic links between humans and the natural world. Ghosts of Our Ancestors Location: Monroe Gallery of Photography Event Type: Gallery Openings Stephen Wilkes shows a collection of large-format color photographs of the abandoned buildings on the southern side of Ellis Island.
Explorations in Sublime Irreverence Location: Ellsworth Gallery Event Type: Harrington and Fowler's work is united by their humor and investigation of the self. Gallery Openings An exhibition of black-and-white works by photographer Beth Moon, a collection of platinum prints spanning nearly two decades of work and images from four projects.
Museum Events Horizons draws from the collection of the museum to look at 20th century art. Future So Bright Location: Museum Events The museum's first comprehensive exhibit of contemporary artists.
Future So Bright features 50 pieces from 20 trailblazing artists who blend historical inspiration with spray paint, highway signs, furniture, skateboards, tattoos, political commentary, and indigenous imagery. Gallery Openings Large-scale photographs—some 14 feet wide—of the American Southwestern landscape by renowned photographer Donald Woodman. Photography by Alia Ali Location: East of West Event Type: Gallery Openings Photographs of textile artists from war-torn regions, shown draped in and hidden by their creations.
Gallery Openings Group show of digital photocollage, video-enhanced motion sculpture, 3-D printed resin, blown glass, holograms, bronzes, textiles, paintings and ceramics explore geometric, serene and futuristic flavors. Gallery Openings Hendricks, who works in gold, gems, and pearl, presents a trunk show of her jewelry. Learn how chocolate is grown, and the journey it takes to make it into chocolate bars, bon bons and beverages. We will grind beans to make a rustic Mayan drink, do a guided tasting and learn chocolate history visit our website source: Coe Center for the Arts Event Type: Family Activities, Museum Events, Native American The Coe invites the public to come for behind-the-scenes access to our collection of over 2, works of global indigenous art.
Come experience our intimate on-site exhibitions, visit our collections, meet our staff, and learn more about what we do. Offer valid all day. Paseo Pottery Event Type: Joe's Dining Event Type: Gallery Openings Roberta Parry shows new watercolors. Performing Arts An exhibition of the work of ten artists from across the United States who merge photography and craft mediums. Ward Russell Photography Event Type: Gallery Openings Photographer Ward Russell looks at the relationships between humans and animals.
Like a brightly colored spaceship that has landed in Santa Fe for a six-month visit, Navarro's work is activated by the cosmos. Like a sundial, predictable in its movements yet constantly shifting in its qualities, the work reminds the viewer of the extreme distance in time and space between itself and the force that activates it. The indispensable sun creates the rules and timeline of the game, which, however, is available to be played at any time, by anyone or anything.
Gallery Openings Three photographers, all with long careers, present solo exhibitions. With admission, , ccasantafe.
A Celebration of 10 Years Location: Community Gallery Event Type: Gallery Openings Exquisite Corpse is an historic parlor game in which participants create one of three components of a figure drawing: Approximately participating artists created one of those distinct sections. When assembled, these sections will form singular creatures. Form and Content Location: Museum Events Working across painting, sculpture, photography, collage and recently screen printing, Rolande Souilere's Michipicoten First Nation art practice is primarily installation that combines abstraction with organic forms, the hand crafted and the assisted readymade.
Through the use of Ojibway, Cree, and Inuit syllabics, Souliere utilizes aspects of this writing system to engage in ideas about space, color, form, symbolism, surface movement, and language.
Her new wall painting is an exploration into the parallels and the multifaceted ways in which simple geometric building blocks such as chevrons, circles, and rectangles have a profound affinity with Indigenous language and culture and abstraction in western art.
On Turtle's Back Location: Her figures serve as her storytellers to the world. They often resemble stick figures, animals with human characteristics, or figures wearing masks. The stories are both representation of family history as well as personal experiences. With museum admission, , iaia. Folk Art in Focus Location: Folk Art in Focus. The gallery will offer visitors a place to explore, interact, and create folk art.
Because the Museum's entire ,object collection can never be on view at the same time, collections are carefully stored and cared for in rooms such as the Neutrogena Vault, which visitors can view from the Treasure Chest gallery.
The exhibition presents new ways to think about folk art and its cultural context with books, maps, and baskets they can touch, as well as explore intangible forms of expressive culture, like music. Museum Events Glass beads are made in Italy and the Czech Republic, and they travel across the world. This exhibit shows the elaborate beadwork done by people from varied cultures. With museum admission, , internationalfolkart.
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