Museum of International Folk Art curators, Patricia Sigala and Chloe Accardi, are dedicated to co-collaborating exhibitions alongside community members—and especially those who are in some way connected to a particular exhibition’s theme. For the upcoming...

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What do we lose when we don’t know ALL of our histories? Understanding our great, great, great, great grandparents’ lives and how they survived, where they settled or traveled, and what languages they spoke –...

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At their core, libraries are community gathering spaces. And in a large, low-population state like New Mexico, with lots of rural communities, libraries play a vital role in literacy, education, and job skills training—along with...

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Poetry is everywhere. Poetry is in the way we speak or sing or the ways we imagine. Poetry offers space and possibility. And poetry is the best kept open secret we have. Because as it...

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