From borderlands and elevations to ecology and isolation, curator Aurora Tang brings together artists who work deeply in their regional geographies.
The site-specific, high-tech, experiential festival is coming back to the streets of Taos.
The Ent Center for the Arts’s program Art WithOut Limits pops up in unexpected spaces.
Traitor, Survivor, Icon: The Legacy of Malinche prompts new conversations about one Indigenous woman’s turbulent story.
Latinx and Indigenous artists use automobiles to amplify their cultural identity and challenge systems of erasure.
Curator Amber-Dawn Bear Robe brings together historic and contemporary Native clothing designs at Santa Fe Indian Market.
David Rios Ferreira and Denae Shanidiin join forces to bring awareness to the plight of Indigenous women and girls, and LGBTQ+ individuals.
An Oakland librarian and a French teacher in Oklahoma City collect ephemera they discover in returned and used books, from photos and recipes to love letters.
“The purposeful consequence of colonialism is to spread us far from each other so that we can’t find one another and we are isolated … but we are here!” says artist Lares Feliciano.
Although more inclusive than the original 1972 Womanhouse, the current remake would still benefit from more BIPOC artists, a broader intersectional dialogue, and a wider breadth of lived experience.
His career retrospective “Ascent” vibrates with history, influences, and desires, plus a little side-eye and humor.
In addition to exhibitions for both emerging and established artists in New Mexico, Harwood offers artist studios, an apprenticeship program, workshops, and art camps.