January 2 - 20, 2020

January Term Workshops at Ghost Ranch

Ghost Ranch: Ghost Ranch Retreat Center, 18 days
January Term Workshops at Ghost Ranch

Six options for January retreats at Ghost Ranch Retreat Center.

Georgia O’Keeffe, Development of a Modernist Icon Through the Lens of Northern New Mexico
Karen Butts, Carol Ho, and Matthew Rohn, Ph.D.
G20A143 | $3,250 eighteen nights
Learn through studying Georgia O’Keeffe’s art and life at her beloved Ghost Ranch and how she drew inspiration from the world around her.

Introduction to Silversmithing in the Southwest Tradition
Jamie Halpern and Steve LaRance
G20A141 | $3,250 eighteen nights
With a long history that emerged among the Navajo in the 1860s and the Zuni in the 1870s,
the making, trading, and selling of silver stoned jewelry continues to be a vital part of Southwestern art and culture.

Micaceous Pottery: The Spirit of Clay
Martha Romero and Michael Bancroft
G20A142 | $3,250 eighteen nights
The rich earth of this mysterious and sacred landscape is the starting point for this class–the
brilliant geological formations, the earth’s clay, the yucca paintbrush. After thanking the earth
and gathering the clay, you will learn how to prepare it and coil it into pots, then fire your pots
in ways traditional to the Pueblo potter.

Desert Light: Digital Photography in Color and Black & White
Kent Bowser and John Hayden
G20A144 | $3,250 eighteen nights
Are you ready for the possibilities of a Ghost Ranch photographic adventure fresh into the new year? Explore and experience the natural beauty of the ranch and seldom seen places in northern New Mexico in a workshop for all who want to craft and hone their photography skills.

Rocks, Ruins & Dinosaur Bones for Explorers
Martha Yates, Ph.D. (archaeology),
Carola Stearns, Ph.D. (geology), and
Axel Hungerbehuler, Ph.D. (paleontolgy)
G20SW141 | $3,250 eighteen nights
An outdoor adventure to hike amidst the geology, paleontology and archaeology of northern New Mexico, for which the Ghost Ranch area is internationally known.

Outdoor Adventures
Bruce Clay, Tito Naranjo and Brad Childs
G20O141 | $3,250 eighteen nights
In the vastness of these 21,000 acres, surrounded by timeless red rocks and deep blue skies, join in a variety of activities including hiking, fly-fishing, high and low rope challenge course work and play, orienteering, archery, snowshoeing or cross-country skiing (snow permitting), wilderness survival training and Leave No Trace wilderness ethics.

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