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Urban Ecologies – 2021

URBAN ECOLOGIES PUBLIC ART INSTALLATION A Living Laboratory of Eco-centric Artworks Arrives in the Railyard Park! As the cold of winter softens into spring, the Railyard Park Conservancy, Railyard Art Project, and Art Park 21 invite the restless and curious to explore a new multi-artist exhibition in the Railyard Park. Opening

The Lost Words

THE LOST WORDS PROJECT This project is inspired by a book called The Lost Words by Robert Macfarlane and Jackie Morris. The poems and paintings in the book focus on nature words that were removed from the Oxford Children’s Dictionary due to their supposed lack of use. The aim of the

Scavenger Hunt

RAILYARD PARK SCAVENGER HUNT The RPC has put together two Railyard-themed Scavenger Hunts - one for the littles and one for the teens and ‘tweens. The Scavenger Hunt for the younger kids encourages explorers to identify something soft, something rough, something with legs, or something with wings. The older version asks

Gardening For Climate Victory and Composting 101

Gardening for Climate Victory and Composting 101 Through a collaboration with our friends at NM Healthy Soil, Santa Fe Children's Museum and Plants of the Southwest, we put together a fun and informative packet about Climate Victory Gardens and starting your own Compost pile at home! PDF in English

Longview – 2019

LONGVIEW Longview by Don Kennell stood in the Railyard Park from June 12 - September 13, 2019. Don Kennell's "Longview," a 35-foot tall polar bear made from car hoods, was unveiled during the second annual Interplanetary Festival in the Railyard Park thanks to Santa Fe Institute. The sculpture was

The Choreography of Us – 2019

THE CHOREOGRAPHY OF US “The Choreography of Us”, by Eliseo Ortiz, was an outdoor game which took place during Currents New Media 2019 Opening Weekend. The Rules of the Game: Two participants are invited to fly drones simultaneously. The drones are tied together by a string. The first level of the game consists in

Art & Poetry Geocache – 2018

Art & Poetry Geocache by Miriam Sagan and Isabel Winson-Sagan Maternal Mitochondria, made up of mother-daughter duo Miriam Sagan and Isabal Winson-Sagan created a site-specific installation of poetry and Suminagashi (paper marbling) in the Railyard Park. The Railyard Park was host to a workshop, which was free and

Parallax – 2018

Parallax by Mark Knutson Mark Knutson's Parallax was installed on the corner of Guadalupe and Cerrillos Rd. Similar to the rail lines of a rail road track that fade into the horizon, the sculpture forms a parallax that vertically disappears in the blue skies above. The pieces come apart

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