The Center for Contemporary Arts Santa Fe announces the reopening of its gallery space with the new solo exhibition by Marietta Patricia Leis.
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.
Cosanti Originals Windbells are handmade by artisans in Arizona. Using time-honored crafting traditions, their embellished surfaces echo Paolo Soleri's architecture.
SITE Santa Fe presents three multi-sensory installations by Joanna Keane Lopez, Oswaldo Maciá, and Johnny Ortiz for fall 2021.
Golden Light, Long Shadows, and Roadside Flowers, a new exhibition by Daniel McCoy, opens at Hecho a Mano in Santa Fe on September 24.
The Wheelwright Museum annual benefit—which features hundreds of pieces of jewelry, sculpture, weaving, painting, and more by Native artists—has become more expansive than ever with the addition of a second event, the Native Artist Market.
The Institute of American Indian Arts’s Annual Scholarship Event and Auction is IAIA’s premier event for raising critical scholarship support for students, which is now more important than ever.
Join Richard Levy Gallery for Summertime at Pie Projects, a two-person show featuring scratched portraits in plexiglass by Joanne Lefrak and mixed-media paintings by Martha Tuttle.
SITE Santa Fe Announces virtual voting for SPREAD 7.0, a community micro-grant for New Mexico artists.
Paula Wilson is in residency at UNM as the 2021 Frederick Hammersley Visiting Artist for the spring semester. She is giving a free public lecture discussing her process, influences, and experiences and a studio tour on Thursday, April 29
SITE Santa Fe presents a number of new exhibitions and events in April 2021.
Space Gallery presents Dark Blue Days: Finding Meaning During Times of Change, a collection of new works in indigo by Wendy Kowynia
Hecho a Mano in Santa Fe presents an exhibition by the legendary Mexican printmaker José Guadalupe Posada, February 26-March 21, 2021.
Fine art photographer Catherine Roberts Leach was challenged with a new set of limitations when the pandemic hit in 2020 and like many others, had to adapt life to the confines of her own home.
Academic publishing rarely attracts praise for aesthetics, affordability, or alacrity, but all three have defined the SFI Press since its founding in 2017. Supported by Bill Miller and the Miller Omega Program, it aims to bring new research from submission to publication within a year, at trade-book prices and in unique, collectible style.
203 Fine Art presents an exhibition in cooperation with the Harwood Museum of Art. 203 Fine Art and the participating artists aim to support the Harwood's ongoing mission to bring art and culture to the Taos community.
Patina Gallery presents Infinite Beauty, On the Move, a collection by master metalsmiths and jewelry makers Ulla and Martin Kaufmann, in partnership with Charon Kransen Arts.
Artist Leah Mata Fragua on addressing climate change during her School for Advanced Research fellowship in Santa Fe.
Patina Gallery presents Urban Landscapes, a collection of metagraphs by artist Sol Hill. A native New Mexican and son of Santa Fe artist Megan Hill, this will be Hill’s second show in New Mexico.
This spring, UNM Art Museum hosts new-media artist León De la Rosa-Carrillo’s The Remix Room, which will offer visitors “six different stations in which remix can be explored as a viable strategy to conduct research and produce remixed content.”
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Zuni potter Timothy Edaakie considers himself something of a revivalist in the world of natural pottery. While conventional ceramicists opt for the speed and convenience of modern throwing and firing methods, everything about Edaakie’s meticulous approach is slow, spiritual, and aimed at celebrating the seminal work his ancestors pioneered. As 2019’s Rollin and Mary Ella King Native artist fellow, Edaakie traveled from his home on the Zuni Reservation to Santa Fe this fall to live, work, and speak at the School for Advanced Research. Specifically, he plans on re-creating two Zuni pieces from SAR’s collection using clay and other materials collected from Zuni land during his fellowship: an A:shiwi olla jar and a traditional stew bowl.
Claire Kahn’s design sensibilities are applied across a staggering range of media. From architecture to water features (she was the project designer and a choreographer on the team that designed the Bellagio fountain, among many notable others) to jewelry, she seeks to discover, distill, and express the essence of her subjects. Her upcoming jewelry exhibition at Patina Gallery, Signs of Life, explores the twelve months of the year through pieces composed of their birthstones and crocheted beads.