Angel Fire Resort announces the return of live events
Angel Fire Resort is celebrating the return of two of its most popular summer events: Friday evening's Cool Summer Nights Concert Series and Sunday morning's Farmers and Artisan Market, which aim to bring area residents together for music, art, local food, and community. Additionally, the year-round resort is offering heavy lodging discounts for families looking for a mountain vacation this month in June.
"With the reopening of our state, we are thrilled to announce we have a full slate of amazing performers lined up for our Cool Summer Nights concert in the park series," explains Greg Ralph, marketing director, Angel Fire Resort. "We also are bringing back the Sunday morning Farmers and Artisan market and have added live music to that weekly gathering as well. These weekend events will offer the community an opportunity to reconnect and be entertained in a safe, outdoor, engaging environment."
THE COOL SUMMER NIGHTS CONCERT SERIES
Starting Friday (June 18) and continuing every Friday through Sept. 3, The Cool Summer Nights Concert Series in Frontier Park will offer live music from regional acts, including Southwest rock and country favorites The Jimmy Stadler Band. The Cool Summer Nights Concert Series is a free event.
Current artist schedule includes:
June 18 D.K. and the Affordables
June 25 Rudy Jaramillo
July 2 The Project
July 4 Baracutanga
July 9 Jimmy Stadler
July 16 Atomic Balm
July 23 The Project
July 30 D.K. and the Affordables
Aug. 6 WesternHers
Aug. 13 Jimmy Stadler
Aug. 20 ALCHEMIE
Aug. 27 Katy P & Business
Sept. 3 Rudy Jaramillo
ANGEL FIRE FARMERS & ARTISAN MARKET
Additionally, every Sunday, June 6 through Sept. 5, at Frontier Park, the Angel Fire Farmers and Artisan Market will showcase a diverse selection of local and regional artists, live music, food, fresh produce from growers and nonprofits from 10 a.m. - 2 p.m.
MRM welcomes new Curator of Collections
The Millicent Rogers Museum is pleased to welcome its new Curator of Exhibitions and Collections, Michelle Lanteri.
Lanteri has worked in curatorial roles at the Couse-Sharp Historic Site here in Taos, the University Art Gallery and the University Museum at New Mexico State University in Las Cruces, the Institute of American Indian Arts in Santa Fe, the Fred Jones Jr. Museum of Art in Oklahoma, and the GreenHill Center for North Carolina Art in Greensboro.
With degrees in art history, museum studies and media studies, Lanteri is strongly interested in the intersections between the arts and cultures of the Southwest.
"The cross-cultural intersections that we see in the different art forms in this collection and what we can learn about Southwest cultural expressions through visual languages," is the most interesting thing about the MRM for Lanteri. "The collection offers something meaningful for everyone who visits. Through these kinds of personal connections, I look forward to meeting and collaborating with community members locally, in the region, and beyond."
Michelle Lanteri grew up in Florida and North Carolina and entered the museum field in 2012. From 2014 to 2017, she completed a master's degree at New Mexico State University, and from 2017 to 2021, she held a Mellon Foundation PhD fellowship in Native American art history at the University of Oklahoma. Her dissertation focuses on Native women's arts and exhibitions in Northern New Mexico.
A crucial question for our newest Taoseña: red or green? "Christmas every time," she replied.