Fall 2021 El Palacio features the Building of the National Hispanic Cultural Center
September 1st, 2021
The Fall 2021 issue of El Palacio magazine, the official publication of the New Mexico Department of Cultural Affairs, has been shipped and is currently live at www.elpalacio.org.
This edition of the oldest museum magazine in the United States features an in-depth look at exhibitions across state museums, as well as deep dives into various aspects of New Mexico’s history. Explore the architectural evolution of the National Hispanic Cultural Center, learn the locations and history of the “lost graveyards” of Santa Fe, read about the murals that contributed to the death of artist Gerald Cassidy, and more.
All content in this current issue, as well as full archives dating back to the magazine’s founding, is available at www.elpalacio.org.
To subscribe to El Palacio, visit www.elpalacio.org/subscribe or call 505-795-1908.
About El Palacio
El Palacio was first published in 1913, one year after New Mexico reached statehood. The name of the magazine — “the palace” — refers to the Palace of the Governors, the first museum in what historically is referred to as the Museum of New Mexico, established in 1909, eventually reorganized under the New Mexico Department of Cultural Affairs. El Palacio covers art, culture, and history of the Southwest, with emphasis on the exhibitions, research, and programs of the state museums, historic sites, and cultural institutions of New Mexico. For more information, email email@example.com.
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