SF transplant looks for studio space where she can work on her many ideas, finds some help with winning SPREAD pitch
Amount is the highest ever paid at auction for a painting by a female artist
An elongated Georgia O’Keeffe, as linear as the flower she holds, forms a chrysalis of modernism in “Our Lady of the Lily.”
The SCA Contemporary gallery is exhibiting an interesting and skillfully executed installation titled “Sway, Shift, Version 4.0″ by Shola Cole, Debbie Hesse and Rashmi Talpade through Dec. 13.
Fall glitters Placitas’ rolling hills and mesas, signaling the time for the 33rd Annual Placitas Holiday Fine Arts and Crafts Sale.
Jessica “Jaylyn” Atsye wanted to make a difference.
On her website, the multi-dimensional artist Erika Wanenmacher bills herself as a “Culture Witch,” which is both very cheeky and true.
In his search for his own identity, Ehren Kee Natay has found answers both in hip-hop and Native American cultures.
The Maxwell Museum of Anthropology’s Sixth Annual Navajo Rug Auction will take place Saturday, Nov. 15, at the Prairie Star Restaurant in Bernalillo.
Historian Thomas E. Chávez, the retired former executive director of the National Hispanic Cultural Center, has been named to the Smithsonian Latino Center’s national board of directors.
The Albuquerque Youth Symphony Program is once again taking orders for holiday luminarias.
Retirement is not a word in the vocabulary of internationally renowned Native American sculptor Michael Naranjo.