Protect Chief Mountain by Joeseph Arnoux

Title: Protect Chief Mountain Size: 8″ x 11″ Medium: Ink on paper Year Created: 2013  1/5 The Greater Chaco Art Benefit is happening May 12th in Santa Fe, and we are grateful for and humbled by the outpouring of generosity from the art community. Today, we are excited to begin our 5-part Artist Preview with […]

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Final Days for the Call for Art

The Greater Chaco Art Auction and Benefit hopes to raise awareness and resources critical to the protection of the people and landscapes of Greater Chaco. And the Call for Art continues through April 22nd, 2018! For more information, please visit our website: newmexicostorypower.com Amazing photo by participating artist, Michael Ramsey. #art4chaco     #artspeaks     #frackoffchaco  

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Silent Art Auction & Benefit for Greater Chaco

SAVE THE DATE: MAY 12, 2018 SILENT ART AUCTION & BENEFIT The sacred Chaco landscape and its inhabitants- predominantly indigenous communities who live and work in the area- are under threat of further encroachment by the fossil fuel industry. The social, economic, and health impacts of oil and gas extraction are already being felt. Impacted community members have struggled […]

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ClimateKeys Comes to Abq

ClimateKeys pianists around the world are pairing with artists and climate experts to increase and stimulate conversations about climate change. Chatter’s Las Puertas location will host the Albuquerque concert which features: Alexander Schwarzkopf, Composer and Pianist, John Barney, Poet and Artist, Reese Baker, event speaker, and Mark LaClaire, farmer, climate advocate, and the event’s conversation […]

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New Mexico Climate Change Conference

Sponsored by Citizens’ Climate Education (Citizens’ Climate Lobby), the New Mexico Conference will be held in 4 locations: Santa Fe, Albuquerque, Las Cruces, and Taos  – this Saturday, October 28th, from 8:30am to 5:00pm. Additional conference details and ticket info here. Visit CCL’s Facebook Page for conference updates.

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