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1:30 pm #9. Interpreting Our Connections (Cultural Corridors Track)
#9. Interpreting Our Connections (Cultural Corridors Track)
Nov 5 @ 1:30 pm – 3:15 pm
The cultural corridors of New Mexico are deeply carved through the landscapes of history, art and culture. For centuries, New Mexico roads and trails linking ancient communities also connect architectural landmarks, archaeological sites, artists, businesses, memories, myths and legends. This session will offer innovative cultural heritage tourism strategies that interpret and share rich community resources[...]
3:45 pm #11. Cultural Bridges: Connecting Across Cultures (Cultural Corridors Track)
#11. Cultural Bridges: Connecting Across Cultures (Cultural Corridors Track)
Nov 5 @ 3:45 pm – 5:15 pm
The ability to speak between cultures, to create space for a creative nexus between peoples, to build a stronger resilient community that not only embraces our past but also builds for future generations — that  comes from our ability to develop a spirit of common understanding and mutually respectful dialogue. Being a creative community relies[...]
9:30 am #12. Cultural Landscapes and the Arts in New Mexico
#12. Cultural Landscapes and the Arts in New Mexico
Nov 6 @ 9:30 am – 10:30 am
New Mexico has an important tradition of art in the 20th century. Artists working alone or in schools have produced works of art that have helped shape the image of New Mexico. This session will explore the concept of the cultural landscape by looking at the places where artists worked, such as homes, studios, and[...]