|When:||Back to Calendar December 10, 2012 @ 2:00 pm - 3:30 pm||Where:||Museum of Spanish Colonial Art
750 Camino Lejo On Museum Hill
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|Cost:||Free to Members; $10 to Non-members|
|Tags:||$10 to Non-Members Free To Members Reservations Required|
Join us on December 10th at 2 PM for a very special storytelling session featuring Forrest Fenn, William Field, and Jack Loeffler as they share their unique stories and experiences in Santa Fe over the years…at the Museum of Spanish Colonial Art, 750 Camino Lejo On Museum Hill in Santa Fe. Event is free to members of the Society, $10 for non-members. (Memberships in the Spanish Colonial Arts Society begin at $40 and may be purchased at the door.)
Reservations are required, so please call 505-982-2226 to reserve.
Forrest Fenn – If you visited Santa Fe in the 1970’s and 1980’s a popular destination for art collectors and tourists was Fenn Gallery owned by retired Air force pilot Forrest Fenn. Celebrities, politicians, guests and ordinary folk were welcomed warmly with “please touch” signs in rooms of classic western paintings, bronzes, notorious forgeries, and treasures from around the world both ancient and modern. Forrest may have sold his gallery in 1988 but remains busy collecting books, fishing, flying, excavating at his own pueblo archeological site, writing, hiding treasures, and at his blog oldsantafetradingco/blog
William (Bill) Field is born and raised in Santa Fe in an adobe farmhouse purchased by his mother in the 1920’s, he graduated from Harvard and went on to work for Polaroid where he established and developed the design department. His graphic design business has won hundreds of awards both regional and national. His history with Spanish Market goes back to his youth and his family membership in the Spanish Colonial Arts Society and his personal relationships with artists, members, and collectors over the years. Past director of the Museum of Spanish Colonial Art, winner of the Santa Fe Rotary Club’s Distinguished Artist award, and the NM Governors Award for Excellence in the Arts, he was also named a Santa Fe Living Treasure in 2012.
Jack Loeffler is a bioregional aural historian, producer, writer, sound collage artist, and musician. He was a respected jazz trumpeter when he settled in New Mexico in 1962. During the last 40+ years he has worked tirelessly to preserve and share the arts and stories and environmental sounds of New Mexico. He has interviewed and recorded writers, visual artists, traditional indigenous people, musicians, and ordinary people throughout the state. His achieve holds thousands of hours of recordings and he has produced over 300 documentary programs for radio, soundtracks, folk music festivals, films, and museum sound collages. He is a winner of the NM Governor’s Award for Excellence in the Arts, and the Edgar Lee Hewett Award for Outstanding Public Service from the NM Historical Society.