In Wo/Manhouse 2022, nineteen New Mexican artists from across the gender spectrum created artworks exploring the meaning of home, gender, and inclusivity on the fiftieth anniversary of Womanhouse.
Southwest Contemporary announces the fourth annual 12 New Mexico Artists to Know Now and a group exhibition.
Morgan Barnard is an experimental saxophonist and installation artist using interactive light play to express actualities of the land.
Artist Amelia Bauer's playful approach to the subject of ruins—ancient and contemporary—acts as a perceptual leveling device in her series On Ruins.
Adrian Aguirre resides in Las Cruces where he is an educator and artist exploring issues of migration through representational drawing and painting.
Fox Hysen, the 2022 Frederick Hammersley Visiting Artist, will present a talk at the Albuquerque Museum on April 28 and host an open studio on the UNM campus on April 21.
In Celestial Movement, artist Tom Kirby's latest exhibition at Winterowd Fine Art on Santa Fe's historic Canyon Road, the artist's transcendental paintings explore the mysterious and limitless skies as the earth makes its elliptical path through space.
Bishop's Lodge is a Santa Fe landmark steeped in history, and is a distinctive venue to explore arts, dining, the outdoors, and wellness in the Southwest—whether you leave the grounds or not.
CONDER/dance collaborates with the Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation at Taliesin West in Arizona to present new works by innovative choreographers in the Southwest.
Spirit of the Land is a love letter to the Southern Nevada desert: a series of exhibitions opening in late March across three venues celebrates the East Mojave landscape.
Design Corps is Santa Fe's network for creative professionals and a comprehensive resource for creative services.
A list of our most-read articles of 2021 ranges from a Joshua Tree field report to an exhibition review of printmaking works by José Guadalupe Posada.
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.
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.
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.
Emerging choreographer Alexandra Honchell’s journey from company dancer to independent artist is reuniting her mind with her body.
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.
Cosanti Originals Windbells are handmade by artisans in Arizona. Using time-honored crafting traditions, their embellished surfaces echo Paolo Soleri's architecture.