GALLERIES & VENUES
Masley Art Gallery
Under the direction of the Art Education faculty, We invite Art Ed students to exhibit their works to express and enhance their learning. Faculty members also show their art to share their creative research, and we invite art teachers, school-age stu-dents, and other community members to display their art for special shows.
John Sommers Gallery
The John Sommers Gallery is the main exhibition space for the Department of Art’s creative students and faculty. The gallery is located on the second floor of the Art Building right next to the Department of Art Administrative offices. The gallery has two rooms totaling approximately 1000 square feet and serves as the space for a rotating program showcasing student artwork.
CFA Downtown Studio
CFA Downtown Studio is an exhibition and event space that provides a professional public platform for students within the College of Fine Arts
The Studio frequently works with emerging local artists, collectives, curators, art historians and musicians on special exhibitions, artist lectures, music concerts and experimental sound performances.
The ARTS Lab is an award-winning interdisciplinary center for emerging media with an emphasis on immersive and interactive media. The Art, Research, Technology & Science Lab supports education, research, production and presentation for the University of New Mexico College of Fine Arts, as well as other colleges, and the greater community.
Tamarind offers highly focused educational and research pro-grams, as well as opportunities for artists to create lithographs in collaboration with master printers. The public is invited to visit Tam-arind’s beautiful gallery space, located on the 2nd floor. The gal-lery hosts a range of exhibitions, most of which are focused on the fine art of lithography. Tamarind lithographs are hanging through-out the 2nd floor, and visitors are encouraged to wander through the hallways.
UNM Art Museum
The Museum’s collection includes painting, photography, prints, and sculpture with particular strengths in American prints and works by the Transcendental Painting Group. It also houses the estate collection of Raymond Jonson and Clinton Adams and is the archive for the Tamarind Lithography Workshop and the Tamarind Institute. The vast works on paper collection includes over 10,000 photographs, more than 10,000 prints, and nearly 1,500 drawings.