Southwest Contemporary announces our inaugural Community Editorial Advisory Board, a group of arts leaders from across the region who will provide us with critical feedback about important stories we need to tell.
Southwest Contemporary's staff, Natalie Hegert, Steve Jansen, Angie Rizzo, and Lauren Tresp, pick their favorite reads—and one podcast—of 2022.
Southwest Contemporary’s most-read list for 2022 includes our 12 New Mexico Artists to Know Now announcement and our first longform feature.
Join us at Critical Commons, a lively panel discussion and Q+A exploring the current state of art criticism and art writing in Denver and the greater Southwest at RedLine Contemporary Art Center.
Art Steady 3.0 offers a powerhouse line-up of presenters touching on essential topics for all artists at any stage of their careers.
Southwest Contemporary announces the fourth annual 12 New Mexico Artists to Know Now and a group exhibition.
Southwest Contemporary’s favorite exhibition reviews of 2021, from Ed Ruscha in Oklahoma City and Hong Hong in Houston to group shows in Albuquerque and Tempe, Arizona.
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 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.
Golden Light, Long Shadows, and Roadside Flowers, a new exhibition by Daniel McCoy, opens at Hecho a Mano in Santa Fe on September 24.