Early Spanish and Mexican settlers produced functional and devotional artworks that continue to be an integral part of life in Northern New Mexico today. This panel of artists, conservators, writers, and community stewards will share recent projects aimed at keeping these vibrant traditions alive. The event is free for members and a five-dollar suggested donation for others is requested.
Moderator: Alicia Romero, Curator of History, Albuquerque Museum
Panelists: Victor Goler, Carmella Padilla, Luis Tapia, and Angelo Sandoval
This program is supported in part by New Mexico Arts, a division of the Department of Cultural Affairs, and by the National Endowment for the Arts.