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Art History PH.D. Student wins the prestigious Crossing Latinidades Mellon Fellowship Award

Art History PH.D. Student wins the prestigious Crossing Latinidades Mellon Fellowship Award

Jeannette Martinez is a second-year Ph.D. student in the art history program at The University of New Mexico. Being of the Central American diaspora greatly influenced her interests in contemporary U.S. Latinx art. While this is Jeannette’s area of discipline, her research interests are on migrations, transnationalisms, landscape, memory, feminisms, processes of identity, and decolonial...

June 14, 2022June 14, 2022
UNM professors’ proposals win grant competition

UNM professors’ proposals win grant competition

A $3 million grant competition from the Crossing Latinidades Humanities Research Initiative will support Latino humanities research projects across the U.S. The projects range from art, literature and history to the emerging subfields of climate change and sound studies, as well as cutting-edge areas such as Afrolatinidades and archival studies. The 10 working groups, whose...

June 9, 2022June 20, 2022
Department of Art Associate Professor Meggan Gould has won a George A. and Eliza Gardner Howard Foundation Fellowship

Department of Art Associate Professor Meggan Gould has won a George A. and Eliza Gardner Howard Foundation Fellowship

Department of Art Associate Professor Meggan Gould has won a George A. and Eliza Gardner Howard Foundation Fellowship to support work on a new photographic project, entitled: Photography After Photography: A Reckoning. The Howard Foundation awarded 9 fellowships of $35,000 each for the 2022-2023 academic year in the fields of photography and film studies. The George A. and...

April 28, 2022April 29, 2022
‘Juntos’ to showcase sculptures from UNM art students

‘Juntos’ to showcase sculptures from UNM art students

By Ivan Leonard / Journal Staff Writer UNM sculpture students from professor Randall Wilson’s beginning and advanced sculpture classes working on their projects. (Courtesy of Corrales Historical Society) In today’s day and age, what can be better than a free event at a historic venue? On Saturday, April 9, and Sunday, April 10, the University...

April 6, 2022April 6, 2022
Work in Progress with Jared Tso

Work in Progress with Jared Tso

By Will Riding In, Southwest Contemporary, February 15, 20222 During my pottery classes at the University of New Mexico in Albuquerque, I admired Jared Tso’s pottery—with its beautiful curvature and near-perfect symmetry—as it airdried on nearby shelves. I am honored to have worked in the same ceramic studio as Tso (Diné), where he talked about...

February 25, 2022February 25, 2022
Native American Environmental Arts and Humanities Scholarship

Native American Environmental Arts and Humanities Scholarship

The Native American Environmental Arts and Humanities Scholarship is an interdisciplinary award for Native American students across all UNM colleges who are interested in art and ecology, social justice, environmental justice, and/or species conservation. This application is for the Spring 2022 awards. This scholarship is made possible by the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation. The application...

January 20, 2022January 25, 2022
Rowe Gallery to Host New Work by Johannes Barfield

Rowe Gallery to Host New Work by Johannes Barfield

“my sun is black as the glowing sea by night” opens January 10. Rowe Gallery is pleased to host my sun is black as the glowing sea by night, an exhibition featuring new work by Johannes Barfield. The work was commissioned by UNC Charlotte College of Arts + Architecture Director of Galleries, Adam N. Justice,...

January 20, 2022January 20, 2022
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