The New Mexico Museum of Art and the state’s Department of Cultural Affairs are dismissing community concerns over the retirement of a beloved mural.
The act followed a weekend of protests for Indigenous People’s Day, in which some demonstrators chained themselves to the base of the monument.
As the future of art in San Francisco feels ever more precarious, Darryl Smith’s collection is a striking window into a different time.
Gunshots were fired outside of the Albuquerque Museum as members of a right-wing militia infiltrated an attempt to remove a statue of New Mexico’s colonial governor, Juan de Oñate.
Virtual LemonAid, produced by Creative Santa Fe, will highlight some of the state’s creative talent.
The experiential exhibition company, a major employer in the Santa Fe arts scene and subject of a number of lawsuits for its workplace conditions, announced staff changes due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
As part of the Warhol Foundation’s $1.6 million relief efforts, 516 ARTS will use its Fulcrum Fund to support New Mexico artists whose incomes have been affected by the coronavirus.
An exhibition in Santa Fe attempts to tell a different story of what art looks like in the state.
An interview series spotlighting some of the creative community members in the US Southwest. Hear from artists, curators, and art workers about their current projects and personal quirks.
The museum’s latest major exhibition illuminates complexities surrounding the global crisis to reignite a sense of common humanity. On view March 21–September 6.
The state’s first ever poet laureate is a bilingual lowrider, professor of Chicano studies, and trained architect who plans to travel the state in a 1958 Chevrolet Impala during his three-year term.
The New Mexico Museum of Art’s Picturing Passion: Artists Interpret the Penitente Brotherhood confronts representation, truth, and otherness in depictions of the storied religious organization.