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Adventures Online: The Best of Santa Fe & Northern New Mexico

Discover Santa Fe, New Mexico, from the comfort of your own home! Join an expert for online lectures on Georgia O’Keefe, a virtual field trip to Bandelier National Monument and more.
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Online Program

Adventures Online: The Best of Santa Fe & Northern New Mexico

Discover Santa Fe, New Mexico, from the comfort of your own home! Join an expert for online lectures on Georgia O’Keefe, a virtual field trip to Bandelier National Monument and more.
Length
4 days
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Program No. 24181 RJ
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Online Program
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Learn from the comfort of your own home.
4 days
2
Santa Fe Style, Georgia O’Keeffe
The comfort of your own home
4
Los Alamos, Hopi Art & Myth
The comfort of your own home
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At a Glance

Sit back in the comfort of your own home and take in the very best of Santa Fe and its environs during an online learning experience that introduces you to this vibrant city and its ancient landmarks. Under the tutelage of Road Scholar’s local Santa Fe expert, learn about the history and contemporary life of Santa Fe as you enjoy a virtual “walking” exploration of the city. Learn about the importance of Bandelier National Monument in the lives of the Pueblo people during an online field trip, immerse yourself in the artworks of Georgia O’Keeffe, and delve into the history of the Manhattan Project at Los Alamos. Throughout your exploration online, you’ll enjoy lectures by local experts and sessions where you will connect with your fellow Road Scholars through discussion. Join us for this cutting-edge educational adventure and learn what makes Santa Fe “the City Different!”

Best of all, you'll ...

  • Explore Santa Fe during a virtual “walking” field trip through the city, narrated by your group leader and delving into Santa Fe’s history and contemporary issues.
  • Discover Bandelier National Monument — known for its role in the history of the Ancestral Pueblo people — during a narrated online field trip.
  • Marvel in the artworks of Georgia O’Keeffe during an insightful lecture and delve into the history of the Manhattan Project at Los Alamos.

General Notes

You’ll enjoy 2-3 hours of daily instruction, discussion and/or field trips, which includes sufficient breaks throughout the program. Please review the daily itinerary for start and end times to ensure you won’t miss a minute of this live experience. This online program is through Zoom, an easy-to-use web video service that includes closed captioning. All you need is an Internet connection and your computer. We’ll provide a how-to guide to make sure you’ll have a hassle-free experience. This session is offered live only and will not be available on demand.
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Ramson Lomatewama
Ramson Lomatewama — Hopi artist, poet, and educator — has been wowing participants for over a decade with insightful commentary about what it means to be Hopi. Ramson's life on the Hopi Reservation is at the heart of his art and poetry, and is a spiritual reflection of his rich heritage and the timeless culture of the Hopi people. His artwork includes the traditional dolls, silver jewelry and hand-blown glass, and he is the author of three books of poetry.

Please note: This expert may not be available for every date of this program.

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Vannetta Perry View biography
Dr. Vannetta Perry is a retired educator and lifelong resident of New Mexico who is deeply rooted in the southwest. Her family homesteaded and ranched in Southwestern New Mexico and farmed in West Texas. As an educator, Dr. Perry worked in the university setting, teaching biology and directing science outreach programs. Her love for travel was sparked when she led research studies in developing countries. Since retiring, Dr. Perry has continued to share her love of travel and education as a travel director and leader.
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Kris Herbst View biography
As a storyteller and interpretive leader, Kris enjoys exploring and studying the Southwest's cultures and natural history from his home in Santa Fe. He has edited a guide to the geology of the Abiquiu region and has led groups to archaeological sites on a cattle and guest ranch near Salida, Colorado. An experienced journalist, Kris serves as chief editor for Ashoka, a global organization that identifies and supports the world's leading social entrepreneurs. Kris received his master's in city and regional planning from Harvard.
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Ramson Lomatewama View biography
Ramson Lomatewama — Hopi artist, poet, and educator — has been wowing participants for over a decade with insightful commentary about what it means to be Hopi. Ramson's life on the Hopi Reservation is at the heart of his art and poetry, and is a spiritual reflection of his rich heritage and the timeless culture of the Hopi people. His artwork includes the traditional dolls, silver jewelry and hand-blown glass, and he is the author of three books of poetry.
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Jerry Rightman View biography
Who would have ever thought that a retired veterinarian would become a dedicated art lecturer? Jerry Rightman is just that person and is an active member in the art community of Santa Fe, applying his talents as a docent at the New Mexico Museum of Art and the Georgia O'Keeffe Museum. He has received rave reviews for the many years that he has been teaching for Road Scholar.
Visit the Road Scholar Bookshop
You can find many of the books we recommend at the Road Scholar store on bookshop.org, a website that supports local bookstores.
Santa Fe
by Gene Peach
Filled with the dynamic culture of Santa Fe (a uniquely wonderful piece of the USA) this book of images moves through the seasons, capturing summer’s low-rider cars, autumn’s harvest, spring’s bursting of color and much more in The City Different.
Ancient Peoples of the American Southwest
by Stephen Plog, Amy Elizabeth Grey (Illustrator)
This illustrated introduction provides an in-depth look at the ancient cultures that first inhabited the pueblos and cliff dwellings of the American Southwest. Organized chronologically, it features hundreds of maps, mostly black-and-white photographs and site diagrams.





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