An exhibition in Santa Fe attempts to tell a different story of what art looks like in the state.
Adele Oliveira grew up in Santa Fe and moved back eight years ago for a job as a reporter at The Santa Fe New Mexican. She will receive her MFA from the Institute of American Indian Arts in May. She works as a freelance writer and lives in Santa Fe with her family.
Native Creators and Fans Converge at the First-Ever Indigenous Comic Con
The con gathered artists, writers, illustrators, and fans in one place to celebrate and discover contemporary Native nerd culture. It also served as a corrective.
This Art Exhibition Wants You to Feel
SANTA FE — During the summer of 2013, Seattle-based artist Emma Levitt’s partner died suddenly.
A Bowling Alley Transforms into a 20,000-Square-Foot Trippy Art Experience
SANTA FE — Inside an old bowling alley here, in an industrial district a few miles south of the well-trodden, gallery-lined Canyon Road, there is a house.
Artists Bisect the US-Mexico Border Fence with Balloons
DOUGLAS, Ariz. — I’m sitting in the back of a flatbed pickup truck, rattling slowly along a curving dirt road on the edge of Arizona as it winds its way towards Mexico.