Grounded in Clay

The Metropolitan Museum of Art 1000 5th Ave, New York, NY, United States

"Grounded in Clay," gives voice to the Pueblo Pottery Collective, the sixty Native American curators who selected and wrote about works in clay, including UNM Associate Professor of Ceramics, Clarence Cruz, from SAR’s Indian Arts Research Center and from the Vilcek Foundation. This unique traveling exhibition features over 100 historic and contemporary works in clay...

Anima by Aaron Bass

Mariposa Gallery 3500 Central Ave SE, Albuquerque, United States

New works by Adjunct lecturer of printmaking, Aaron Bass.

The Collecting Eye of Ray Graham

Amarillo Museum of Art 2200 S Van Buren St, Albuquerque, TX, United States

Ray Graham is more than a collector of artworks. His longstanding and generous support of visual art has positively impacted artists and arts organizations throughout the country. It was as an anthropology student at the University of New Mexico that Ray befriended, and began to support, artists who were beginning their careers. As a result,...

Wonder Dawn by Raychael Stine

Polluck Gallery 3140 Dyer St, Dallas, TX, United States

Solo exhibition, "Wonder Dawn," at the Pollock Gallery at the SMU Meadows school of the arts in Dallas by Associate Professor of Painting and Drawing, Raychael Stine.    

Museum of American Bird Art Program Series

Thursday, March 21, 2034 Shorebirds in Modern Times: Two Centuries of Art, Science and Conservation Featuring Subhankar Banerjee, Professor of Art & Ecology and Director of the Center for Environmental Arts and Humanities at the University of New Mexico Register at:

GEOHAPTICS: Sensing Climate

516 Arts 516 Central Ave SW, Albuquerque, NM, United States

Opening Reception, Saturday, February 17, 204, 6:00-8:00 pm Performance: Mitsu Salmon, Saturday, February 17, 2024, 6:00 pm 516 ARTS presents Geohaptics: Sensing Climate, a group exhibition uniting poignant works from artists who enact a somatic, empathic collaboration with the Earth using the senses, heart, and mind. The title of this exhibit combines “geo,” meaning earth,...

Pláticas Para Cambio: Virtual Film Panel/Webinar

National Hispanic Cultural Center 1701 4th St SW, Albuquerque, NM, United States

Register in advance for this webinar:   Please join us for a virtual panel discussion with Hispanic, LatinX, Chicana & Indigenous filmmakers regarding representation in the film industry.  A 2-hour dialog with leading cultural producers, academics & media artists explores how storytelling and representation shape our cultural identity, career opportunities, and societal perceptions. We...

Visiting Artist Talk with Gale Wight: Ostracod Rising

University of New Mexico Art Museum Center for the Arts, 203 Cornell Dr, Albuquerque, NM, United States

Gail Wight is a visual artist constructing biological allegories. Working across traditional and experimental mediums, her art teases out the impacts of the life sciences on the living: human, animal, and other. The interplay between art and biology, theories of evolution, animal consciousness, and the vagaries of biochemistry are themes that have, over the past three decades, become central to my art. She holds an MFA in New Genres from the San Francisco Art Institute, and a BFA from the Studio for Interrelated Media at Massachusetts College of Art. Her art has been exhibited both nationally and internationally in...