Santa Fe, the second oldest city in America, has been a mecca for artists and art lovers for generations. It’s culturally diverse, welcoming, safe, and interesting.
It’s a small city brimming with cultural, artistic, athletic opportunities. More than 250 art galleries, a world class outdoor opera company, dance, music, food from the funky to the fabulous make Santa Fe a pretty cool place to live.
Santa Fe is also home to numerous annual markets and festivals that have gained world-wide recognition. Indian Market, Spanish Market, Folk Art Market, Film Festival, and too many more to mention are all part of living in Santa Fe. There’s good public transportation, healthcare facilities, housing, libraries, athletic facilities, museums and more.
The IAIA Campus is an architecturally significant set of buildings and facilities surrounded by a stunning landscape.
Santa Fe is a four-season city with radiant sunshine and a liquid blue sky. Good mountains with plenty of hiking and skiing nearby.