Remember such a time last year? What did you foresee in the year ahead? What were your resolutions for the year? Chances are, your expectations for 2020 weren’t wholesomely met. Now that we’re all yet to adapt to our ‘new normal,’ this year is the ideal time to just reflect on yourself and be the… Read More Growing in 2021: How to Make This Year Count – Tower Garden, a Molecule Store partner
In a world that feels trapped in the middle of a pandemic, art becomes freedom—at least to artists Rita Bard, Cheri Ibes, and RJ Ward, who are set to astound with Trapped in a Vortex. The exhibit was arranged to be shown earlier this year at Molecule Design in Santa Fe, NM, but is rescheduled… Read More Three artists explore their creative liberties in ‘Trapped in a Vortex’
For a long time, cremation has been considered as a taboo for the religious, a choice not many would take. In the 1980s, the cremation rate was just below 10%, but over the last few years, the US has seen it slowly taking over traditional burial. According to the Smithsonian Magazine, cremations account for 50.2%… Read More Design for the departed: An interview with Parting Stone’s Justin Crowe – Local Affiliations
Design has always been a dialogue. One would find it in the maker’s choice of materials, the symmetry of its lines, the beauty of its aesthetics, and the way it functions for its end-users. This may not necessarily be traditional. At some point, a good design is meant to break out from the norm, to… Read More On Spotlight: Gus* x LUUM, and Modernizing Memphis – Molecule Store partner
It is the time of the year to indulge in the beautiful weather and outdoor culture the Southwest has to offer. Spending time with friends at home or glam-camping; enjoying opera season and the many things that New Mexico has to offer. Take a look at some furniture ideas that will make your outdoor living… Read More Welcome to inspired outdoor living!
Re-posted from The Santa Fe Reporter, July 12, 2017, by Julia Goldberg Science fiction lovers will probably recognize the galactic tribunal trope from any number of graphic novels, books or films. Santa Fe Institute President David Krakauer introduces the notion of cosmic judges rendering decrees on humanity as part of a thought experiment: “I’m so interested… Read More Out of this World – Santa Fe Institute launches an Interplanetary Project with Galactic Ambitions
Baca Railyard is inviting the public to its first Annual Block Party event to celebrate a great alliance of art and design business and the consolidation of its location as the southern end of the Santa Fe Railyard development. June 23, 2017, from 5 PM to 8 PM. Located in mid-town Santa Fe, Baca Railyard has become the new Santa Fe… Read More 1st Annual Baca Railyard Block Party, Santa Fe, NM