Indelible Ink: Native Women, Printmaking, Collaboration
Indelible Ink features prints created between 1993-2019 in a variety of media — lithography, screen printing, mono-printing, and letterpress. These prints create dialogue through critiques of mainstream North American settler culture, refracted through a diverse array of imagery drawn from personal and popular references. The checklist is multigenerational, including well established artists like Jaune Quick-to-See Smith, mid-career artists like Marie Watt and Dyani Whitehawk, and relative new comers like Sara Siestreem. Read more.
Identity as Material, Material as Identity
The UNM Art Museum presents the University of New Mexico Department of Art’s 27th Annual Juried Graduate Exhibition. The exhibition titled, Identity as Material, Material as Identity, features the work of twelve artists enrolled in the MFA Program and working in all mediums – painting, sculpture, printmaking, photography, sound/installation, and performance art. Read more.
The Remix Room with León De la Rosa-Carrillo
THE REMIX ROOM represents UNM Art Museum’s second Creative-In-Residence project. During Spring 2020 artist and educator León De la Rosa-Carrillo engaged UNM students in the exploration of remix as a form of critical inquiry and artistic practice. Read more.