Call for videos! We can’t visit your exhibitions, so we want to see them on video!
Amidst this unprecedented time of change across the globe, we’re tracking arts-related closures and postponements locally and nationally. In this post you’ll also find resources for artists. For the most updated information, please contact each venue individually. Stay tuned for more from us on ways to enjoy the beauty of art—its release, its expression, its embodiment of joy—from wherever you may be.
Daisy Geoffrey is a writer, a reader, and a fashion and design enthusiast. She likes wine, playing outside, and trying to figure out what her cat Riff Raff is thinking.
We look back at 2019 and a year in publishing The Magazine by the numbers, including our top-read articles, total number of copies printed, and more.
As we approach a new year and a new decade, we’re looking for light. And frankly, there’s no better place to turn than all of you – our readers and community members who make these conversations around art and culture in the southwest possible. So we want to know: What’s lighting you up as we head into 2020?
Visual artist Clayton Porter has been taking photos for The Magazine since Lauren Tresp became publisher. In addition to his beloved black and white portraits of artists in their studios, Clayton has been by Lauren’s side, spending countless hours discussing ways to reinvent the publication, many of which have come to fruition.
Client Account Representative and Distribution Manager Rebecca Lynch is the newest addition to The Magazine’s staff.
The Harwood Art Museum has named Juniper Manley their new director. Robert Krep, Georgia O’Keeffe Museum Director of ten years, has resigned. Curator Cody Hartley is serving interim director during a nationwide […]