During a month-long residency in Utah’s high desert, Tiffany St. Bunny photographed trans and queer models with their trucks.
The appearance of a stolen sacred shield at a Paris auction house prompted a New Mexico Senator to propose the STOP Act, which would ban the trafficking of certain cultural items outside the United States.
With “Border Tuner,” artist Rafael Lozano-Hemmer said he’s not in El Paso and Ciudad Juárez to make bridges, but to highlight the bridges that already exist.
The Española Valley Fiber Arts Center is working in support of a generative, living tradition of storytelling through textiles.
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.
Roger Montoya and Sal Ruiz founded Moving Arts Española in 2008 to serve youth in their local community. Now, the organization is in the running to win the $100,000 CNN Heroes of 2019 award.
Rare Georgia O’Keeffe lithographs, Gustave Baumann prints, and Edward Curtis photographs line the halls of the Blake at Taos Ski Valley.
The “immersive experiences company” received the job training grant as it deals with two potential class-action suits, wage theft violations, and CEO turnover.
The legacy of artists in National Parks goes all the way back to Thomas Moran, whose paintings of Yellowstone helped incite its park status in 1872.
“I think they’re very eager to return,” said Lonnie Vigil of Nambé Pueblo, “and so are we to have them back.”
This week, artist studios in Arizona, British Columbia, Indiana, and Maine.
The city ordered the immersive arts group to pay its former employees more than $17,500 for violating labor laws.