The workshop will be held at the La Fonda Hotel on the historic Santa Fe Plaza.
The major airport for travelers coming to Santa Fe is Albuquerque International Airport (ABQ), located in Albuquerque, New Mexico, about 60 miles south of Santa Fe (50 minute drive). Albuquerque Airport has car rental facilities and a shuttle terminal.
Airport Map from ALbuquerque Airport (LANL Visitor's Guide)
Shuttle Service from Albuquerque Sunport:
Sandia Shuttle Express
(888) 775-5696 (toll free)
Santa Fe Shuttle
(888) 833-2300 (toll free)
Conference Participants and Attendees will not be able to visit Los Alamos National Laboratory unless prior arrangements are made or they have a valid D.O.E. badge which has been previously issued. We are sorry for the inconvenience.
Excursions and Site-seeing:
The Wednesday (July 2nd) during the conference will be devoted to
an excursion with two choices:
(i) A trip to Taos which is about 90 minutes away--the original
art colony of New Mexico; continuously inhabited 1000 year old Pueblo
with local Indians, Rio Grande Gorge, etc.
(ii) A trip of Bandelier National Monument (cave dwellings, hikes,
etc.), Valle Grande caldera (mouth of a huge volcano that created
the Pajarito plateau and the finger canyon/mesa landscape around
Los Alamos) and Los Alamos science museum & town site.
Additional companion programs around Santa Fe are also being arranged
such as a tour of selected art galleries, etc. Expenses for these can be paid
at the conference.
For participants planning to spend a few days (at least three days or
longer) before or after the conference in the American Southwest, there
are several possibilities (to be arranged either personally by rental
cars or through some help from conference organization and hotels):
In New Mexico: Carlsbad Caverns, VLA (Very Large Array) National Radio
Astronomy Observatory, Chaco Canyon, White Sands, etc.
In Arizona: the Grand Canyon National Park, Petrified Forest, Meteor
Crater, etc. An excursion is currently being planned from July 5th to 6th. If you
are interested in participating, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
In Colorado: Mesa Verde National Park, the Rocky Mountain Natioanal
In Utah: Five spectacular national parks (Zion, Bryce Canyon, Arches,
Canyonlands, Capitol Reef) and several monuments.
In Wyoming: the Yellowstone National Park.
Local Attractions and Day Trips
For information about Santa Fe, visit http://santafe.org
For information about New Mexico, visit http://newmexico.org/
Calendar of Events http://santafe.org/What_s_Happening_Now/index.html
El Rancho de las Golondrinas http://www.golondrinas.org/
We invite you to take a journey to the past at "The Ranch of the Swallows". This historic rancho, now a
living history museum, dates from the early 1700s and was
an important paraje or stopping point along the famous
Camino Real, the Royal Road from Mexico City to
Santa Fe, New Mexico. Experience the life of another time
in a location unlike any other in America.
Georgia O'Keeffe Museum http://www.okeeffemuseum.org/visit/index.html
The Museum’s collection of over 2990 works comprises 1149 O’Keeffe paintings, drawings, and sculpture, including promised gifts and extended loans. The Georgia O'Keeffe Museum is the largest single repository of O'Keeffe's work in the world. Throughout the year, visitors can see a changing selection of at least 50 of these works. In addition, the Museum presents special exhibitions that are either devoted entirely to O’Keeffe’s work or combine examples of her art with works by her American modernist contemporaries. Over 140 artists have been exhibited at the Museum including Frank Stella, Jackson Pollack, Andy Warhol and Arthur Dove.
Museum of Spanish Colonial Art http://www.spanishcolonial.org/
The Spanish Colonial Arts Society collections were initiated in 1928. Today with 3,000 objects, the collections are the most comprehensive compilation of Spanish Colonial art of their kind. Dating from the Middle Ages to the New Millennium, the collections span centuries in art, place and time. Among the various media featured are santos (painted and sculpted images of saints,) textiles, tinwork, silverwork, goldwork, ironwork, straw appliqué, ceramics, furniture, books and more.