` Video Tour – Spanish Colonial Arts Society

 Video Tour

Take a few minutes and explore the features of the historic building that houses our museum today. The building was designed as a residence in 1930 by renowned architect John Gaw Meem in the Pueblo-Spanish Revival Style. Each of the videos offers a brief look at the special features of this historic structure, the only John Gaw Meem buiding in Santa Fe open to the public.

 

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Introduction The Director’s Residence of the Laboratory of Anthropology, A John Gaw Meem Design Video
Pintel Doors Pintel doors in the Director’s Residence Video
Shutters Window with hand-carved shutters and spindles in the Director’s Residence Video
Radiator Grilles Radiator grilles in the Director’s Residence Video
Ceilings Ceilings in the Director’s Residence Video
Fireplaces Fireplaces in the Director’s Residence Video
Tinwork Tinwork in the Director’s Residence Video
Front Portal The Meem Portal in the Director’s Residence Video
Kitchen The Curtin-Paloheimo Gallery Kitchen in the Director’s Residence Video
East Portal The Applegate Gallery East Portal in the Director’s Residence Video
Dining Room The Vedder Gallery Dining Room in the Director’s Residence Video
Video Credits:
Ross Nelson—Research / Narration / Video Editing
Elizabeth Beall—Photography