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Grass Ballet

GRASS BALLET Grass Ballet by Owen William Fritts The Grass Ballet sculptures are inspired by the movement of wind through fields of grasses, motion appearing as waves through water. Grass Ballet sculptures capture this through height, slenderness and kinetic movement. The blades taper and flow into the sky pulling ones gaze

The FENCE – 2018

The Fence The Fence: NM returned to the Railyard Park for the third year in a row. Featuring the work of over 50 photographers from New Mexico and around the world, the FENCE offers 450 feet of photography meant to present exceptional work that is innovative and accessible to

Dancing Earth – 2018

DANCING EARTH A unique force in world dance, Dancing Earth gathers Native collaborators who embody intertribal ecological philosophies to re-envision contemporary dance and assert its role in our society as purposeful ritual. As indigenous dancers, composers, costumers, filmmakers. and poets, they honor dance's essential function in personal, social, and environmental transformation. In

szalt’s smallstrangething – 2017

szalt - smallstrangething szalt is a collection of Los Angeles movers, collaborating with musicians and visual artists artistically led by dancer and choreographer, Stephanie Zaletel. In 2017, they embarked on their first tour through Seattle, New York, Italy and Santa Fe's Railyard Park. In June 2017, szalt dance co. created a site-specific

Archbarrow – 2017

Joshua Willis' "ARCHBARROW" The Railyard Art Committee is pleased to announce a new sculpture installation in the Railyard Park by Albuquerque artist Joshua Willis. Archbarrow was installed in early May 2017, to coincide with the spring planting season in the park’s community gardens. The 14’ tall arch an entrance to the garden area.Willis

Yard Master Volunteer Program

Become a Volunteer The Railyard Park and Plaza’s design responds to the history and climate of Santa Fe by using a combination of native plants, historic food plants and well-adapted ornamental plants. Our volunteer gardeners are the human toolkit that keeps our park green and growing. Keeping the Railyard Park On Track If you are,

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