Have a great holiday weekend!
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Have a great holiday weekend!
Hey Pokémon Go trainers, how’s your week going? Tomorrow, on Saturday June 15, we’ll be handing out free Pokémon themed buttons to players who visit the museum in honor of the current Pokémon Go Global Challenge! And, if you’re lucky and catch a shiny Horsea, be sure to show it to a museum assistant at the front desk to win a free art poster! Be safe out there, and good luck!
This exquisite image by photographer Jo Whaley is one of several artworks that will be featured in our upcoming Director’s Picks Collection Conversation on Thursday, June 20 from 5:30 to 6:30 pm. Our very own Arif Khan will be speaking about the growth of the UNMAM collection during 1999-2000, which coincided with his time as a graduate student at UNM. A particularly rich period of acquisitions for the Museum, these two years saw almost 2,000 artworks added to the permanent collection. We hope you’ll join us for this rare opportunity to view important works from our vaults, and learn more about the history of the UNM Art Museum.
Space is limited, please RSVP to Devin Geraci at [email protected].
Photo by Jo Whaley, titled “Dwelling of Dislocation,” Gift of Fay and Jonathan Abrams, UNMAM Permanent Collection.
Have you had a chance to see the work in "Emergent 2019: New Student Videos from UNM"? This week will be your last chance to visit this exciting popup exhibition before it closes on Saturday, June 15!
Unfortunately, the museum will also be closed today. We apologize for the inconvenience and will see you next week.
Due to an unexpected issue with nearby construction, the UNM Art Museum will be closed today. Normal summer hours should recommence tomorrow.
We are extremely excited to have several pieces from our permanent collection in the upcoming exhibition "Judy Chicago: The Birth Project from New Mexico Collections" at The Harwood Museum of Art. Don't miss the opportunity to see these important, rarely-exhibited works in person!
Images rendered in paint and needlework celebrate the birth process, from the painful to the mythical. On view from June 2 to November 10.
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Our new summer hours will be starting this week!
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Lobo Living Room: Reading the River
“We are water. Our bodies hold streams—sweat, blood, tears, urine. Each of us is a walking river, sloshing along with damp insides held together by a paper-thin skin,” says Professor Emerita Basia Irland. Irland is the guest lecturer for the next Lobo...
An absolutely incredible performance of There Must Be Other Names For The River last night in Deep Time Lab.
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The University of New Mexico's College of Fine Arts (UNM Fine Arts) hosts its annual ArtsUnexpected, a daylong event on Friday, April 19, at various locations on campus, surrounding community and in downtown Albuquerque. A schedule of events will be available soon at ArtsUnexpected - http://artsunexpected.unm.edu/
This pop-up, art showcase features student artists including filmmakers, dancers, thespians, visual artists and musicians of every variety performing and showcasing their works of art throughout campus and the larger Albuquerque community. Visiting artists will also be coming to UNM to participate in the fun.
See you tomorrow morning for yoga with YogaZo at the museum! We'll have free coffee ready to help you wake up!
Thanks so much everyone for coming out last night for our talk with Craig Baldwin; we all had an amazing time at The Guild Cinema! Thanks to the Experiments In Cinema Festival for allowing us to be a part of your amazing events!
Special announcement! This week only, in honor of the Experiments In Cinema Festival, we will be showing ALL THREE FILMS in Please Enjoy and Return: Bruce Conner Films from the Sixties. Come by this week to see the full program of groundbreaking experimental films, including:
LOOKING FOR MUSHROOMS, 1959–67
Now playing REPORT in Please Enjoy and Return: Bruce Conner Films from the Sixties.
Tomorrow (Saturday, April 6) is the very last day you will be able to see BREAKAWAY and LOOKING FOR MUSHROOMS on view in Please Enjoy and Return: Bruce Conner Films from the Sixties. Starting on Tuesday, April 9 we will be changing our video display over to show REPORT in the lower gallery space, so if you haven't had a chance to see these first two groundbreaking films, this is your last opportunity. We will be open tomorrow from 10 AM to 8 PM, so come by and take advantage of our late Saturday hours. Thanks so to Michael Abatemarco and Pasatiempo for the great review!
Slow and steady movement is hardly what artist and experimental filmmaker Bruce Conner was after in his movies. At least that’s true of the three films from the 1960s —
On this coming Saturday, March 23, the UNMAM will be hosting the Art + Feminism Wikipedia Edit-A-Thon, a collaborative event with Tamarind…
Come join us now for the Art + Feminism Wikipedia Edit-A-Thon! We’ll be here till 2 PM today!
Hey Pokémon Go trainers, this Saturday we will be celebrating community day at the UNM Art Museum with special rewards for players like you! We will be dropping lures on Pokéstops around the museum throughout the day, so stop by and get your grass types while you can. And if you catch a shiny, be sure to show it to a front desk attendant to win a free art postcard pack! Photograph your pokémon or trainer friends in the museum galleries and post your pictures to Instagram with the tag #PokémonInTheMuseum to be featured on our account. Good luck in your adventures and stay safe; we can't wait to see you tomorrow!
UNM John Donald Robb Musical Trust
Getting ready for 48th Annual John Donald Robb Composers' Symposium! Thank you University of New Mexico College of Fine Arts, University of New Mexico Department of Music - UNM, and UNM Art Museum for your support of the John Donald Robb Composers' Symposium!
Delighted to welcome Society of Composers, Inc. to The University of New Mexico - UNM.
The Harwood Museum of Art
Don't miss the UNM Art Museum's current exhibition "Hindsight/Insight: Reflecting on the collection," curated by Mary Statzer, curator of Prints and Photographs. Here are some photos of the work by Taos' Larry Bell and Belen, NM's Judy Chicago. The Harwood had a extensive exhibition of Larry's work last summer, and this summer we will be featuring a show of Judy Chicago's famed Birth Project.
Weekly Hours: Tuesday - Friday: 10:00am - 4:00pm, Saturday: 10:00am - 8:00pm. Come by and see us!
So much fun today at our photo embroidery workshop! Many thanks to everyone who came out to create with us!
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Stay safe and warm!
This was such an amazing project and we are proud and grateful to have been a part of it!
NEW MEXICO: We love how our partners UNM Art Museum in Albuquerque utilized their incredible #50StateInitiative exhibition for modern dance students to activate the space!
During the fall semester, UNM Art Museum created an interactive gallery space inviting visitors to collectively define notions of freedom. The gallery served as a place to reflect upon broader and varied articulations of what it means to be free, especially for University of New Mexico College of Fine Arts students enrolled in The Art of Transmission, Modern Dance II, Politics of Performance, Intermediate Art and Ecology, and Art Practices II to develop programming and exhibition content focused on a range of topics that interrogate and explore our current political climate.
Additional shout out to SITE Santa Fe and Y Vote NM for incredible work during the #50StateInitiative. Way to go New Mexico!
Through the end of 2018 we will be celebrating our partner institutions’ and artists’ activations during the #50StateInitiative from A to Z. Check back for tomorrow’s feature and follow #50StateAtoZ! @ UNM Art Museum
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Spring Registration - MSST 485/585 Community Engagement. Contact [email protected] if you are interested. This will be a great course.
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“She spent all the time she possibly could on the mountain and it always held the same fascination for her. She knew the rocks and the rosy dawn glow but most of all she knew the life there and was overwhelmed by her awareness of the struggle, the beauty, and the pain.”
So ends Agnes Martin’s fable, ‘The Rose Colored Mountain,’ likely one of the earliest found examples of her writing, dating from the early 1950s. The Taos landscape of mountains rising from flat desert plains inspired Martin’s work, from this watercolor of the late 1940s to her better-known horizontal line paintings. #InternationalMountainDay
Pictured: ‘New Mexico Landscape, Taos,’ ca. 1947; Photo by UNM Art Museum, courtesy The Harwood Museum of Art
It’s an exciting day for public art at UNM! Luis Jimenez’ monumental fiberglass sculpture “Fiesta Dancers” is currently being conserved after years of exposure in the harsh desert elements. A visual focal point of the UNM campus, “Fiesta Dancers” will undergo cleaning and restoration by Silo Workshop, thanks to funding from the UNM Provost’s Office.
The last day to see 'Flight' and 'For Freedoms' is Sat, Dec 1. Don't miss them!
#GivingTuesday is upon us! Please consider donating to the UNM Art Museum today: https://www.unmfund.org/fund/unm-art-museum/. Read Arif Khan's (the UNMAM Director) letter in the comment below.
The UNM Art Museum will be closed Thurs, Nov 22 - Sat, Nov 24 due to campus closure. Please come back on Tues, Nov 27 and visit us during our regular hours, Tues - Fri 10am - 4pm & Sat 10am - 8pm.
Hope to see you at the UNM Art Museum soon!
The UNM Art Museum joins our friends and colleagues at Tamarind Institute in mourning the passing of artist, printmaker and educator Garo Antreasian.
His dedication to the act of teaching and mentoring as well as his innovative artistic practice inspired countless students at UNM, Tamarind and beyond.
The museum proudly holds over 100 of his prints and paintings in our collection, many of which were donated by the artist himself.
We offer our sincere condolences to the Antreasian family and to all of his former students.
Garo was an anchor for Tamarind and for so many in the print community around the world. Since his role as Tamarind's first technical director and master printer at Tamarind Lithography Workshop, he never stopped mentoring and inspiring artists and printmakers around the world. He will be greatly missed, and always celebrated.
Many of you have already done so, but please share your photos of Garo. It's so heart-warming to see all the good memories, and there are so many with 96 1/2 years of work and play. #GaroAntreasian #TheMan #Lithography #TLW #HisotryofPrintmaking #HistoryofLithography #ArtHistory #TheLegacy #BlendRolls
Tomorrow is the last day to cast your ballot early. Come down to to Museum tomorrow, see our exhibitions and when you are done go vote at the SUB! If you can’t get down to UNM there are lots of other places you can vote tomorrow.
Early Voting Locations for the Nov. 6, 2018 General Election NEW - General Election Mobile Voting Unit Date and Times (Click Here or scroll down)
The UNM Art Department through the generosity of the Sylvia and David Gale Memorial Lecture Series is bringing artist Sonya Clark on Mon, Nov 5 at 5:30pm to Dane Smith Hall, Room 120. See more about Sonya in the comment below. Don't miss it!
Sharing in support of the tireless work of our UNM colleague Subhankar Banerjee who last year presented the exhibition, 'Long Environmentalism in the Near North
Subhankar Banerjee: Activism – Photographs – Writing' at the UNM Art Museum.
We begin today’s show with the historic announcement by the Trump administration to approve a plan to drill for oil off the Alaska coast. On Wednesday, the Department of the Interior approved Hilcorp Energy’s proposal to drill in the Beaufort Sea, six miles off the Alaskan coast. It would be the...
Great article in The Guardian on For Freedoms. Be sure to come see (and participate in) the UNM Art Museum's For Freedoms installation if you haven't already!
The artists and founders involved with 50 State Initiative, a crowdfunded project to erect politically charged billboards, talk about their motivations
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