The Binational Art Walk in Douglas, Arizona and Agua Prieta, Sonora dispels the borderlands-as-monolith myth through creative expressions.
Dawolu Jabari's large-scale drawings in Lessons from Above: Constellation Quilts at Galveston Artist Residency embed Black history, mythology, and folklore into the fabric of the cosmos.
The Tucson Museum of Art presents Look What You Created, the first solo museum exhibition in the American Southwest by Los Angeles-based artist Patrick Martinez.
After almost four years of construction and renovations, the Martin Building, designed by Gio Ponti and built in 1971, and the Sie Welcome Center are ready to impress Denver Art Museum visitors.
Nature prevails through a young man’s dreams in Pink Narcissus and its way-making precursor, Fireworks, to be screened together at No Name Cinema’s November program officially announced today.
Robert Burnier's exhibition Song Cycle at David B. Smith Gallery in Denver features small acrylic-on-aluminum wall sculptures folded into aesthetically and conceptually compelling shapes.
We’re back with a staff contribution of the 5×5! This week, SWC’s publisher Lauren Tresp shares her top five picks for horror and poetry.
The San Antonio Museum of Art celebrates its fortieth anniversary with an exhibition showcasing the global and chronological breadth of its permanent collection.
We want to see more artists shine in all aspects of their work, so we’re excited to announce Art Steady 2.0, a series of five workshops that cover essential areas of successful creative career development led by leading experts.
Justin Favela, Luis Tapia, and Rose B. Simpson are recipients of the inaugural Joan Mitchell Fellowship, which gives awardees unparalleled recognition and $60,000 in unrestricted funds.
Houston creatives and artists discuss the influence of climate change on their individual practices and possibilities for creative responses to climate crisis.
Patricia Norby, the first Indigenous curator at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York, talks about the representation of Indigenous art in institutional gallery spaces.
Devon Dikeou’s Mid-Career Smear in downtown Denver is a retrospective that examines "in-between" spaces with keen observation and irreverent humor.
The artists in Undoing Time: Art and Histories of Incarceration explore the relationship between visual culture and imprisonment at the Arizona State University Art Museum.
Emerging choreographer Alexandra Honchell’s journey from company dancer to independent artist is reuniting her mind with her body.
San Antonio artist Michael Menchaca’s Artpace exhibition, The 1836 Project, is an immersive video installation employing poppy animation to take aim at “the colonial fantasies of the Texas creation myth.”
A retrospective of German-American female photographer Marion Palfi at the Phoenix Art Museum, the first major exhibition since her 1978 death, places her towards the top of social research photographers.
Source Material, an exhibition at the Colorado Photographic Arts Center in Denver, features eight photographic projects that engage with archival imagery.
A guide to arthouse film, festival one-offs, and screening series across the Southwest in Albuquerque, Santa Fe, Dallas, Oklahoma City, and Denver.
A handful of DIY, artist-led endeavors in the Southwest demonstrate how artists don’t just DIY—they do it for and with each other.
Hung Liu’s Sanctuary at Turner Carroll Gallery in Santa Fe illuminated and paid respect to the renowned artist and her moving works.
Cosanti Originals Windbells are handmade by artisans in Arizona. Using time-honored crafting traditions, their embellished surfaces echo Paolo Soleri's architecture.
The Bullfrog Biennial contrasts contemporary art with the landscape of the desert in rural Beatty, Nevada, about 120 miles from Las Vegas.
Desierto Mountain Time, a constellation of contemporary arts organizations in the Southwest United States and northern Mexico, launches an ambitious series of exhibitions, artist talks, and a podcast series.