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UNM Art History alumna, Suzanne McLeod (Ph.D. 2020) awarded the Popejoy Dissertation Prize

UNM Art History alumna, Suzanne McLeod (Ph.D. 2020) has been awarded the Popejoy Dissertation Prize for her ground-breaking dissertation on Spanish-Indigenous contact in the Pacific Northwest in the 18th century. Suzanne is currently the Assistant Professor of Indigenous Art History at the University of Manitoba, where she has worked to expand the curriculum, especially with...

May 2, 2023May 2, 2023
Congratulations to Szu-Han Ho who will be participating in the exhibit, “No Justice Without Love,” at the Ford Foundation in NYC

Congratulations to Szu-Han Ho who will be participating in the exhibit, “No Justice Without Love,” at the Ford Foundation in NYC

Curated by Daisy Desrosiers No Justice Without Love brings together the transformational work of artists, activists, and allied donors who make up the Art for Justice Fund (A4J) community. The exhibition is an invitation to engage with the Fund’s mission to change the narrative around mass incarceration and disrupt the criminal justice system. Inaugurated in...

April 14, 2023April 14, 2023
Article in UNM Art Museum Journal, “Q&A with Marcella Ernest of Collective Constructs”

Article in UNM Art Museum Journal, “Q&A with Marcella Ernest of Collective Constructs”

Article in 𝘜𝘕𝘔 𝘈𝘳𝘵 𝘔𝘶𝘴𝘦𝘶𝘮 𝘑𝘰𝘶𝘳𝘯𝘢𝘭, “Q&A with Marcella Ernest of Collective Constructs,” shares how the group came to be and their contributions to the exhibition. The team is headed by Assistant Professor of Native American Art History, Marcella Ernest, Marina Perez, UNM Ph.D. student in Art History, Francis Reynold and Anna Rotty, UNM MFA...

April 7, 2023April 7, 2023
Congratulation to Lauren Reddington who won 3rd place in the 2023 Hulsman Undergraduate Library Research Award’s Emerging Researcher category

Congratulation to Lauren Reddington who won 3rd place in the 2023 Hulsman Undergraduate Library Research Award’s Emerging Researcher category

Congratulation to Lauren Reddington who won 3rd place in the 2023 Hulsman Undergraduate Library Research Award’s Emerging Researcher category for a paper they wrote in PhD candidate, Ellie Kane’s, History of Art II course. Their work was title, “Prometheus Bound by Peter Paul Rubens and Frans Snyders: Psychological and Physical Punishment.” The Jim and Mary...

March 30, 2023March 30, 2023
Congratulation to Daniel Feng who won 2nd place in the 2023 Hulsman Undergraduate Library Research Award’s Emerging Researcher category

Congratulation to Daniel Feng who won 2nd place in the 2023 Hulsman Undergraduate Library Research Award’s Emerging Researcher category

Congratulation to Daniel Feng who won 2nd place in the 2023 Hulsman Undergraduate Library Research Award’s Emerging Researcher category for a paper they wrote in PhD candidate, Beth Wilson Norwood’s, Intro to Art course. Their work was title, “Cezanne’s Colors, Lines, and Perspectives of Mont Saint Victoire.” The Jim and Mary Lois Hulsman Undergraduate Library...

March 22, 2023April 13, 2023
UNM’s Arita Porcelain Studio honors process and history

UNM’s Arita Porcelain Studio honors process and history

Students at the Arita Porcelain Studio, located in the Art Annex at the University of New Mexico, are unique in their study of the traditional 400-year-old Japanese art of Arita porcelain; UNM is the only university in the United States with faculty authorized to instruct in this artform outside of Japan. Arita porcelain is moreso...

March 22, 2023March 22, 2023
Congratulations UNM Photography alum Martin Wannam who is now the Assistant Professor of Art at UNC Chapel Hill

Congratulations UNM Photography alum Martin Wannam who is now the Assistant Professor of Art at UNC Chapel Hill

Martín Wannam (b. 1992, Guatemala) is a visual artist and educator whose work critically examines Guatemalan’s historical, social, and political climate, focusing on freedom dreaming for the queer individual. He focuses on the intersection of brownness and queer utopia that uses the foundation of iconoclasm and the aesthetic of maximalism through the tools of photography,...

February 6, 2023February 6, 2023
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Recent essay from Experimental Art & Technology professor, Stewart Skylar Copeland

Experimental Art & Technology professor, Stewart Skylar Copeland, co-authored an essay in the most recent issue of the Journal of Landscape Architecture. “Homing bodies” is an essay based on Body I/O, a graduate landscape architecture studio Stewart co-taught with Suzanne Matthew at the Rhode Island School of Design. In the Body I/O Studio, students explored...

January 23, 2023January 23, 2023
Harpo Foundation 2022 grant recipient, Stephanie J. Woods

Harpo Foundation 2022 grant recipient, Stephanie J. Woods

Congratulations to the Harpo Foundation 2022 grant recipient, Interdisciplinary instructor, Stephanie J. Woods!! Stephanie Woods’ work fuses a relationship between fiber and digital technology to examine performative behavior and the cognitive effects of forced cultural assimilation. Her research surveys the psychological impact of intergenerational trauma, the politicization of afro hair, and unravels the everyday coping...

January 12, 2023January 12, 2023