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WISC Discussion with Author Susan Tweit and Sharman Apt Russell

Bless the Birds with Susan J. Tweit

May 6, 2021; 6 pm RMT Bless the Birds Join us for a conversation between WISC Board Member and Fellow Susan J. Tweit and Kati Standefer, author of the Oprah-picked memoir Lightning Flowers. This virtual event is co-sponsored by Collected Works Bookstore (Zoom host)...

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Interview with Ozlem Ezer

What are you working on in Taos? I’m actually writing my book. Trying to finish this manuscript which I began almost two years ago. I have a contract and my deadline is May 15. What brought you to this project? Coming from Turkey, because I have been engaged in...

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WOMEN & MONEY: Beyond the Numbers 2017

During 2017 WISC will host three workshops, aimed at covering more deeply some of the topics covered during breakout sessions of our 2016 symposium, Women & Money, Beyond the Numbers. Regardless of your age, of whether you are a full-time employee, an...

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Women, Art & Social Change

In almost three decades at the National Museum of Women in the Arts, first as Curator and now as Director, Susan Fisher Sterling has shaped exhibitions and the museum while making bold statements on the importance of women artists. In turn, women artists...

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Creative Dialogue Concert July 11, 1 pm

Creative Dialogue Concert July 11, 1 pm

REGISTRATION FOR THIS EVENT IS CLOSED The Sibelius Academy of Finland, and Acequia Madre House present a concert at St. Francis Auditorium in the NM Museum of Art, Friday July 11, at 1 pm.  Magnus Lindberg and voice and instrumental students from the...

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Dr. Joan Woodard

Currently a consultant, Joan serves on national and corporate boards. Joan retired from Sandia National Laboratories where she served in various areas of national security for over 35 years with ten years as an Executive Vice President and Deputy...

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Dr. Virginia Scharff

Associate Provost for Faculty Development, Distinguished Professor of History and the Director of the Center for the Southwest at the University of New Mexico. A highly respected authority on Southwest and women's history, she is Women of the West chair at...

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Mi’Jan Celie Tho-Biaz

Dr. Mi’Jan Celie Tho-Biaz, Ed.D., is an oral historian and multicultural educator with a passion for narratives of personal transformation and community social change.One of Santa Fe New Mexican's 2017 “10 Who Made a Difference,” and University of San Francisco’s 2018...

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