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Events for the next few weeks

By David Moore | February 5, 2024

Santafepromusica Sm
Members of the Elias Quartet and student ensembles explore the details of how music is made Feb. 25 at the St. Francis Auditorium in Santa Fe.

Feb. 8-25: The Complete Works of William Shakespeare (abridged) (revised) [again]
A lighthearted take on the Bard’s plays from Santa Fe Classic Theater at the New Mexico Actors Lab.

Feb. 8: Taos Chamber mix and meet
Head to the Taos Visitor Center for the Taos Chamber of Commerce event with free food, hosted by the Taos Pueblo Collective.

Feb. 15: Deadline for LANL Foundation community outreach grants
The LANL Foundation is offering $5,000 grants to pueblos, tribes, nations, nonprofits, government and education institutions to support programs that address the unique needs of our local communities, supporting learners of all ages.

Feb. 23: Artist Think Tank
WESST Santa Fe Northern New Mexico Women's Business Center hosts this online forum for regional artists to discuss the business side of being an artist, including how to reimagine and refresh your approach.

Feb. 25: The mechanics of music-making
This free casual event from Santa Fe Pro Musica at the St. Francis Auditorium at the New Mexico Museum of Art sees members of the Elias Quartet and select student ensembles explore the details of how music is made.

Feb. 29: Deadline for 2024 National Youth Science Camp applications
The New Mexico Academy of Science will select two high school students from the state to attend the 2024 National Youth Science Camp over the summer with all expenses paid, including travel. 

March 1: LANL Community Data Sprint applications due
The 2024 Northern New Mexico Community Data Sprint pairs local nonprofit and social-good organizations with a small team of LANL data scientists to solve data-related problems to benefit Northern New Mexico. There is no charge for the organization to participate in the project. (Join online information sessions Feb. 14 and Feb. 22.)

March 17: Deadline for TEAM fund applications
With support from Laboratory operator Triad, RDC’s Technology and Manufacturing (TEAM) Fund offers no-interest loans up to $20,000 to manufacturing and technology-based companies in Northern New Mexico. Applications open Feb. 15, and you can join in-person information sessions Feb. 20 (Taos) and 27 (Santa Fe). 

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