February 28, 2015
The first Gallery Hoppers trip of 2016 will be to the “Oblique Views: Archaeology, Photography and Time” at the Museum of Indian Arts and Culture in Santa Fe. This is the aerial southwest survey of Charles Lindbergh’s biplane’s photographs with Adriel Heisey’s contemporary images, exposing changes in the landscape, cliffs, ruins, rivers and footpaths across 86 years of time.
We will have a docent led tour. Because of the popularity of this exhibit, we were able to schedule this on Sunday, February 28 from 10:00 am to 11:30. Since it’s on a Sunday, there will be no charge for NM residents.
I have also reserved space at the Museum Café for lunch following the tour. I will include a menu with prices. The lunch stop is optional but I will have to have a count.
I will announce it at Sunday’s meeting along with a sign up sheet. We can accommodate 34 people (2 groups and 2 docents).
After lunch, if desired, members can return to the Museum to see the newest exhibit- Lloyd Kiva New: Art, Design, & Influence.