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At the Artist's Table: Southwestern Art and Cuisine

Santa Fe Public Schools

Tuesday, August 14, 2012 at 6:00 PM (MDT)

At the Artist's Table: Southwestern Art and Cuisine

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At the Artist's Table: Southwestern Art and Cuisine Ended $250.00 $13.49
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The Santa Fe School of Cooking, the Santa Fe Arts Commission and the Partners in Education Foundation for the Santa Fe Public Schools are proud to present At the Artist's Table, an exclusive dinner inspired by Santa Fe's dynamic Indian Market.

At the dinner one of our foremost Native artist families and four-time James Beard Award-winning chefs/cookbook authors 
will present an exquisite menu, discuss their inspirations and present each guest with a small original work of art. 

Tickets are $250 per person per dinner.

A portion of your ticket purchase is tax deductible to the full extent allowed by the IRS. Proceeds benefit the Santa Fe Arts Commission's Artist Exhibit and Education Program, which nurtures and supports Santa Fe’s unique artistic and cultural heritage, and the Partners in Education Foundation for the Santa Fe Public Schools which raises funds to support Santa Fe’s public school teachers and students. 


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This dinner will showcase the ancient and contemporary culture of the American Southwest, hosted by the Namingha family and Cheryl and Bill Jamison.

NaminghasDan Namingha is from the Tewa-Hopi tribe. He has been showing professionally as an artist for over forty years. His works command unwavering respect for the earth and spirit of his ancestry, the beautiful heritage that is the heart of his creativity. He is constantly drawn to his roots so deeply embedded in ceremony yet allows us only a guarded glimpse of his sacred traditions. Arlo Namingha works in woods, clay, cast bronze, fabricated bronze and stone, creating work that reflects his Tewa/Hopi background. Michael Namingha works in the medium of Digital inkjet images printed on canvas and paper, as well as numerous types of installations. He currently serves as a City of Santa Fe Arts Commissioner. The Naminghas are represented by Niman Fine Art


Authors of more than a dozen cookbooks and culinary adventure tales, Cheryl and Bill Jamison celebrate the Cheryl and Bill Jamisonwonderful world of food all around the globe. At this dinner, they will showcase delights from New Mexico's rich multicultural culinary heritage, featuring recipes from their new book, Tasting New Mexico.

Tuesday, August 14, 2012, 6pm

Private estate, Old Santa Fe Trail

(address and directions will be available 

in ticket confirmations)


Have questions about At the Artist's Table: Southwestern Art and Cuisine? Contact Santa Fe Public Schools


Santa Fe Public Schools

For more information contact Janine Sammeth at 467-4938 or


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