Enchanted Lifeways: The History, Museums, Arts & Festivals of New Mexico (Hardback)New Mexico Magazine (author)
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This invaluable cultural guidebook provides information on New Mexico's museums, historic districts, remote villages, ancient ruins, libraries, arts and crafts fairs, performing arts events, and festivals. It also provides a town-by-town directory of arts organizations and art in public places as well as historical profiles and a calendar of community celebrations. Featuring historical images as well as the work of contemporary photographers, this book reveals the rich diversity of the state's cultural resources, from Anasazi sites to interstellar observatories, from traditional village crafts to postmodern art, from time-honored ceremonies to rodeos to operas.
"If you want to get a fuller experience of New Mexico--or if you just want to get your bearings--here's the place to start. Think of Enchanted Lifeways as a navigational guide to the spirit of the state. Keep it in the glove box for those quick, necessary departures to places you can never know too well or honor too much."--William deBuys, author of River of Traps
Publisher: University of New Mexico Press
Number of pages: 208
Weight: 473 g
Dimensions: 222 x 152 x 13 mm