A native of Albuquerque’s South Valley, Eric J. Garcia imbues political art with personal experience.
Albuquerque-based artist Welly Fletcher’s sculptural practice activates lines that question normative gender roles, sexual orientation, and identity.
Jivan Lee’s series 10,000 Mountains represented a fundamental shift for the painter from chasing the light to deep meditations on place that revealed the miraculous through the mundane.
The Albuquerque Museum tells the compelling story of African American homesteading in New Mexico in the exhibition Facing the Rising Sun.
Starting fall 2023, Central New Mexico Community College in Albuquerque will no longer offer a bench jewelry certificate program for its students.
Veterans Off Grid in rural Northern New Mexico helps vulnerable veterans get back on their feet in a setting that’s a model for sustainable architecture, community building, and affordable housing.
The Agnes Martin Gallery at the Harwood Museum in Taos, New Mexico embodies Yi-Fu Tuan’s concept of mythic space.
Through the Flower in Belen, New Mexico is organizing a new installation with a collective of New Mexico artists to celebrate the fiftieth anniversary of Judy Chicago’s Womanhouse.
A jewelry-making program helps train artisans for steady career opportunities in Albuquerque. That may not be enough for the cash-strapped school.
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.
If you decide to Gogh, be prepared for decent visuals, a hefty debit charge, and a pun or two at the Beyond Van Gogh projection room at Albuquerque’s Sawmill District.
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.
Mei-mei Berssenbrugge, renowned New Mexico-based poet, opens up about her personal poetry process and collaboration across artistic disciplines.
Cara Despain’s exhibition In Memoriam: Carbon Paintings at Utah’s Kimball Art Center confronted the pressing environmental and moral calamities of the American West.
Jack Lemon opened Landfall Press in 1970 and continues to operate it in Santa Fe, having collaborated with Christo and Jeanne-Claude, Chuck Close, Robert Indiana, and Lesley Dill, among others.
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