After two decades as an anchor for contemporary art in Santa Fe’s Railyard, SITE Santa Fe is contemplating a new look.
20 artists, 3 exhibitions, 1 year
Ira Glass’s first impression of Albuquerque came courtesy of The New Yorker.
The Smurfs. The Jetsons. Rainbow Bright. Jem and the Holograms.
The Albuquerque International Association will host a public lecture by Robin Scala titled “The Traveling Tea Leaf – A Global Journey” at 3 p.m. March 8 at the Albuquerque Museum of Art & History, 2000 Mountain NW.
MasterWorks of New Mexico is calling for miniatures for its 17th annual Spring Art Show to be held April 4-25 in the Hispanic Arts Building at Expo New Mexico.
In New Mexico’s pueblos, baseball is more than just a sport.
Don Bullis, an author, historian and recognized expert on New Mexico history and the Old West, will talk about “New Mexico in the Era of Mexican Rule – 1821-1826″ at 2 p.m. March 15 at the Sandoval County Historical Society Museum (DeLavy House.)
The Placitas Artists Series is calling for New Mexico artists and craftspeople age 18 and older for a one-month exhibit between September 2015 and May 2016.
The Metro Youth Art Exhibit, an annual showcase of award-winning works of art created by Albuquerque Public Schools high school art students, is open in the Fine Arts Gallery at Expo New Mexico.
With jaw-dropping gorgeous colors and solid craft Lisa Chernoff’s fused glass works and Carol Estes’ acrylic paintings truly complement each other in the “Broad-strokes” exhibition at Framing Concepts.
Leading international and national contemporary iron artists are featured in an art exhibit at Highlands University that is part of Iron Tribe 2015, an iron art conference March 5-7 that is open to the public.