These university museum leaders are bridging cultural chasms through elaborate and generative work with their students.
This comprehensive survey of Gibson’s multi-decade practice highlights his purposeful use of material, provocative language, and collaborative community-rooted performances.
Documentation by Charles Ross and Robert Smithson collides with contemporary artwork made by women and people of color. Now on view in Santa Fe.
No Name Cinema defies mainstream rules and norms at every turn.
This multi-venue festival features over 70 artworks ranging from interactive installation and sound performance to video and augmented reality.
The La Cieneguilla petroglyphs in New Mexico were spray-painted with pentagrams, swastikas, and racial slurs earlier this year.
A digital media exhibition shows vibration as physical sensation and affective experience.
An exploration of cultural repair and radical colonial resistance, Chacon’s work is inspired by Diné creation mythology and her own experiences as a contemporary Indigenous artist.
Utako Shindo is interested in transitional passages and hinge experiences, or what she calls the “in-between spatiality.”
Sama Alshaibi’s Four Series draws on historical sources, contexts, and techniques to articulate the definitions and exploitations of freedom.
Fashion designer Patricia Michaels prepares for SWAIA’s centennial.
Two artists exemplify the power of storytelling at the center of Native American art.